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Abstract

In January 2011 more than 900 people were killed by huge debris flows generated by heavy rainfall in Brazil. Much of the damage and loss of life occurred in areas where people should not have been living, but local authorities had not enforced the planning restrictions. This article is relevant to topics on natural hazards, weather and climate and urban development.
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