Tag:hazard_type=landslide

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Public-images-osm logo.svg hazard_type = landslide
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Description
All the hazards that involve massive displacement of earth, mud, stones... Landslides, rockfalls, debris flows will all be categorised as landslides
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Summary

The tag hazard_type=landslide comprises all the hazards that involve massive displacement of earth, mud, stones... Although those hazards are quite different from each other, it is not easy for non-specialists to make the distinction. As this distinction is not essential for general humanitarian purposes, we thus propose to simplify the ontology.

Also see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Landslide for more information.

How to Map

Create an area that is prone to landslides and tag it with:

Additional tags are listed on OpenHazardMap