Giovanni B. Crosta focuses on Landslide, Geotechnical engineering, Rockfall, Slope stability and Hazard analysis. Geomorphology and Seismology are all intrinsically tied to his study in Landslide. His studies in Geotechnical engineering integrate themes in fields like Creep, Flow, Surface displacement and Nonlinear system.
His Rockfall research incorporates themes from Cost–benefit analysis, Countermeasure, Event, Risk assessment and Geographic information system. He has included themes like Cartography, Probabilistic logic, Linear discriminant analysis, Regression analysis and Monte Carlo method in his Slope stability study. His Hazard analysis research integrates issues from Data mining, Hazard and Sensitivity.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Landslide, Geomorphology, Geotechnical engineering, Rockfall and Seismology. His Landslide study incorporates themes from Slope stability, Debris, Debris flow and Geodesy. Giovanni B. Crosta combines subjects such as Mars Exploration Program, Tectonics and Rock mass classification with his study of Geomorphology.
His Geotechnical engineering research incorporates elements of Instability, Flow and Finite element method. The study incorporates disciplines such as Hazard, Hazard analysis, Forensic engineering and Mining engineering in addition to Rockfall.
Giovanni B. Crosta spends much of his time researching Landslide, Rockfall, Seismology, Geotechnical engineering and Rockslide. His biological study focuses on Mass wasting. His Rockfall research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Unesco world heritage, Mining engineering, Archaeology, Protection forest and Risk assessment.
Giovanni B. Crosta mostly deals with Tectonics in his studies of Seismology. His study on Rockslide is covered under Geomorphology. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Interferometric synthetic aperture radar, Rock slope is strongly linked to Geodesy.
Giovanni B. Crosta mainly investigates Landslide, Kinematics, Geodesy, Rockfall and Environmental planning. His Landslide research focuses on subjects like Martian, which are linked to Earth science and Glacial period. His work is dedicated to discovering how Rockfall, Mining engineering are connected with Fragmentation, Lubrication and Shear layer and other disciplines.
His studies deal with areas such as Ranking, Cultural heritage, Analytic hierarchy process and Hazard analysis as well as Environmental planning. Mars Exploration Program and Geomorphology are commonly linked in his work. His work in Geomorphology addresses subjects such as Creep, which are connected to disciplines such as Geotechnical engineering and Rockslide.
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Structural constraints on deep-seated slope deformation kinematics
F. Agliardi;G. Crosta;A. Zanchi.
Engineering Geology (2001)
STONE: a computer program for the three-dimensional simulation of rock-falls
Fausto Guzzetti;Giovanni Crosta;Riccardo Detti;Federico Agliardi.
Computers & Geosciences (2002)
Regionalization of rainfall thresholds: an aid to landslide hazard evaluation
Environmental Earth Sciences (1998)
Distributed modelling of shallow landslides triggered by intense rainfall
G. B. Crosta;P. Frattini.
Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences (2003)
High resolution three-dimensional numerical modelling of rockfalls
F. Agliardi;G.B. Crosta.
International Journal of Rock Mechanics and Mining Sciences (2003)
Failure forecast for large rock slides by surface displacement measurements
G B Crosta;F Agliardi.
Canadian Geotechnical Journal (2003)
Techniques for evaluating the performance of landslide susceptibility models
Paolo Frattini;Giovanni Crosta;Alberto Carrara.
Engineering Geology (2010)
Comparing models of debris-flow susceptibility in the alpine environment
Alberto Carrara;Giovanni Crosta;Paolo Frattini.
Complete dynamic modeling calibration for the Thurwieser rock avalanche (Italian Central Alps)
Rosanna Sosio;Giovanni B. Crosta;Oldrich Hungr.
Engineering Geology (2008)
Large sackung along major tectonic features in the Central Italian Alps
Christian Ambrosi;Giovanni Battista Crosta.
Engineering Geology (2006)
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International Journal of Rock Mechanics and Minings Sciences
(Impact Factor: 6.849)
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