Fuzzy modelling of slope erosion by runoff. Case study in Corinth basin, Greece
This research applies the fuzzy set theory via Geographical Information Systems (GIS) – based analysis, in order to model slope erosion by runoff. For this purpose, the following steps were accomplished: definition of input variables (rocks’ susceptibility to erosion, slope inclination, slope morphology), development of a fuzzy inference system based on theoretical and empirical knowledge, transformation of input to output variables (erosion – deposition) and visualization of the output variables (spatial distribution of erosion–deposition processes). The method was applied on the drainage basin of Corinth, located in the north–eastern part of Peloponnese (Greece), where a series of catastrophic erosional events have recently occurred.
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