Tareq H. Mezughi

Tareq H. Mezughi
University of Tripoli | UOT · Geography and GIS

PhD

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Conference Paper
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In this paper, a GIS-based methodology has been used to produce a landslide susceptibility map. The area selected is along the E-W highway in Malaysia where frequent landslides occur. The susceptibility mapping was based on a multivariate statistical method namely the logistic regression. The spatial database for factors that influence landslide oc...
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In this study, the Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP) method was used to produce a landslide susceptibility map for an area located in the central northern part of Peninsular Malaysia. The study was carried out using remote sensing data, field surveys, historical data and Geographic Information System (GIS) tool. Eleven factors that influence the o...
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The present work aims to utilize remote sensing and GIS to assess the contribution of every predisposing factors on landslides to broaden our knowledge in assigning weights for those factors, in order to construct a potential landslide hazard map along the East West highway (Gerik-Jeli) area. In order to achieve this, landslide locations map of the...
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In this paper, a GIS-based methodology has been used to produce a landslide susceptibility map for a landslide-prone area located at the central northern part of Peninsular Malaysia along the E-W highway (Gerik - Jeli). The susceptibility assessment was based on a bivariate statistical method namely the statistical index by which the spatial relati...
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The weights-of-evidence modelling (based on multi-class maps) was applied within a geographical information system (GIS) to prepare a landslide susceptibility map. The area selected is along the E-W highway in Malaysia where frequent landslides occur. The spatial database for factors (evidences) that influence landslide occurrence were prepared fro...

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