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Shallow landslides are significant natural hazards in Oregon, and identification of areas susceptible to future landslides is a critical step in reducing risk. Recent advances in identification of areas susceptible to shallow landslides are mostly based on geographic information system (GIS) calculations of the slope stability using the infinite slope equation. This technique was further improved with high-resolution light detection and ranging (LiDAR)–based digital elevation models (DEM) converted to very accurate slope data as input into the GIS models. However, these models still underestimate and overestimate the susceptibility in certain areas compared to past landslide events and field observations. One...

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