in: Government, Policy, and Crisis Management, GiladAriely,Lauder School of Government,Diplomacy,and Strategy,IDC Herzliya,Israel Md.ZahirUddinArif,Jagannath University,India SergeyBalandin,FRUCT Oy,Finland CarlosBallesteros,Universidad Pontificia Comillas,Spain WilliamBart,University of Minnesota,USA SiddharthaBhattacharyya,RCC Institute of Information Technology,Kolkata,India MichaelA.BrownSr.,Florida Institute of Technology,USA IsabellCarolinaCamillo,Goodman School of Business,Brock University,St. Catharines,Canada ZhiyuanChen,University of Maryland,Baltimore County,USA LindaDaniela,University of Latvia,Latvia ShirleyM.Fedorovich,Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University,USA FranciscoJoséGarcía-Peñalvo,University of Salamanca,Spain BabuGeorge,Fort Hays State University,USA VicenteGonzález-Prida,University of Seville,Spain & UNED,Spain MakiK.Habib,American University of Cairo,Egypt ShalinHai-Jew,Kansas State University,USA TelmoAntonioHenriques,ISCTE,University Institute of Lisbon,Portugal Wen-ChenHu,University of North Dakota,USA DaniusJacekJakobczak,Koszalin University of Technology,Poland KaiJakobs,RWTH Aachen University,Germany GeorgeLealJamil,Informações em Rede Consultoria e Treinamento,Brazil MurrayE.Jennex,San Diego State University,USA HansRuedigerKaufmann,University of Applied Management Studies Mannheim,Germany & University of Nicosia,Cyprus DimitryKorzun,Petrozavodsk State University,Russia RocciLuppicini,University of Ottawa,Canada KathrynMacCullum,Eastern Institute of Technology,New Zealand MinnaM.Mattila,USA ElspethMcKay,RMIT University,Australia IonicaOncioiu,Titu Maiorescu,Romania PatriciaOrdonezdePablos,University of Oviedo,Spain, Editor, IGI Global, Alabama, pp.1623-1636, 2020
n Turkey, landslides are the second most common natural disasters that cause damages in Turkey that follow the earthquakes. Thus, landslide risk assessment is of crucial importance in this area. Therefore in this study a quantitative approach for mapping landslide risk is developed for property and life at local scale. The approach is first based on the identification of existing elements at risk in the area by the developed algorithm. Then the vulnerability approach focuses on determination of quantitative vulnerability values for each element at risk by considering temporal and spatial impacts by adopting a “damage probability matrix“ approach. The loss estimation was combined with the hazard values which are based on former work done in Bartın Kumluca area where a detailed study of landslide occurrence and hazard in the recent past (last 30 years) was carried out. The final result risk maps for property ($/pixel/year) and life (life/pixel/year) shows all losses per pixel annually for each element at risk in Hepler village.