Val Canale Valley is located in the Italian Julian Alps, in the North Eastern corner of Friuli Venezia Giulia Region. On 29th August 2003 the area has been invested by a strong intensity rainfall event (Pontebba’s rain gauge station, recorded the highest rainfall depths: 389,6 mm in 12 hours, characterised by return periods in the 200 and 500 years for 12-h periods) that caused the death of two persons, 300 displaced and 260 damaged houses and substantial damages to infrastructures that were made unavailable for several days. The mobilization of more than a thousand of landslides occurred along the sides of the involved valley.

Areas Subjected to debris flow phenomena in Friuli Venezia Giulia Alps

CALLIGARIS, CHIARA;BONIELLO, Maria Anna;ZINI, Luca
2009-01-01

Abstract

Val Canale Valley is located in the Italian Julian Alps, in the North Eastern corner of Friuli Venezia Giulia Region. On 29th August 2003 the area has been invested by a strong intensity rainfall event (Pontebba’s rain gauge station, recorded the highest rainfall depths: 389,6 mm in 12 hours, characterised by return periods in the 200 and 500 years for 12-h periods) that caused the death of two persons, 300 displaced and 260 damaged houses and substantial damages to infrastructures that were made unavailable for several days. The mobilization of more than a thousand of landslides occurred along the sides of the involved valley.
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