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I am working on quantitative geomorphology and natural hazards. I work with satellite images, statistical analysis, and numerical models. My current focuses are: 1/ Landslide population statistics and their relations to landscape properties and of their triggering events, especially storms or earthquake; 2/ The contribution of landsliding to long-term erosion-rates and carbon cycles; 3/ The role of landslide and debris-flow in controlling ridge migration and landscape evolution.
This project aims at better quantifying and understanding the contribution of landsliding, and other mass movement, to long-term erosion and topographic evolution.
These works aim at relating the (statistical) properties of landslide population (volume, area, frequency-size distribution, spatial pattern) to geophysical metrics representing the magnitude of the trigger disturbance on a given landscape, with key implications for natural hazard and landscape evolution.