Landslide multi-hazard risk assessment, preparedness and early warning in South Asia integrating meteorology, landscape and society (LANDSLIP)

Reducing impacts of hydrologically related landslide multi-hazards and building resilience to landslides in vulnerable and hazard-prone areas of South Asia

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The LANDSLIP consortium is currently reviewing the potential impact of COVID-19 on the project and developing contingency plans to adapt to the evolving situation. The LANDSLIP team recognise the importance of adhering to government guidelines in order to prioritise the health, safety and well-being of its members and its stakeholders. As a consortium, and with our local partners, we are continually discussing how we evolve and adapt our plans to ensure the LANDSLIP project continues to deliver impact, despite the current, extreme circumstances.

Co-led by

Bruce Malamud

Bruce D Malamud
Professor of Natural & Environmental Hazards
Department of Geography, King's College London

Emma Bee

Emma Bee
Senior Geospatial Analyst
British Geological Survey, NERC