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Summary

During the extreme and extensive rainfall period in Serbia during May 2014, the western part of Serbia was the most affected area with landslides, flash floods, etc. In a period of 72 hours, a maximum of 200mm rainfall was recorded in the Loznica region. As a consequence, numerous landslides and floods occurred within the area. The largest debris flow ever observed in Serbia, named Selanac, was among them. This work aims to investigate whether is the upper part of the Selanac debris flow conditionally stable area by applying the 2D ERT technique.

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2021-10-10
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