Thomas Glade mainly focuses on Landslide, Natural hazard, Vulnerability assessment, Forensic engineering and Risk analysis. Many of his research projects under Landslide are closely connected to Deforestation with Deforestation, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. The Natural hazard study combines topics in areas such as System safety, Environmental resource management and Built environment.
Thomas Glade has included themes like Disaster risk reduction, Data collection, Scale and Operations research in his Vulnerability assessment study. His research integrates issues of Seismology, Rockslide, Geotechnical engineering and Scale in his study of Forensic engineering. His Risk analysis research incorporates elements of Natural, Discipline, Social vulnerability and Data mining.
Landslide, Natural hazard, Hydrology, Landslide susceptibility and Environmental resource management are his primary areas of study. The concepts of his Landslide study are interwoven with issues in Cartography and Risk analysis. His Risk analysis study is related to the wider topic of Risk analysis.
His Natural hazard study combines topics in areas such as Vulnerability assessment, Risk assessment and Environmental planning. While the research belongs to areas of Hydrology, Thomas Glade spends his time largely on the problem of Physical geography, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Land cover. His Environmental resource management study frequently links to related topics such as Built environment.
His primary scientific interests are in Landslide, Landslide susceptibility, Geotechnical engineering, Scale and Hydrology. Landslide is a subfield of Geomorphology that Thomas Glade explores. His studies in Landslide susceptibility integrate themes in fields like Quality, Meteorology, Completeness and Econometrics.
The concepts of his Geotechnical engineering study are interwoven with issues in Flow and Forensic engineering. His Scale study deals with Slope stability intersecting with Hydrology and Physical geography. His studies deal with areas such as Ensemble prediction, Weather forecasting and Mode as well as Hydrology.
Thomas Glade mostly deals with Landslide, Terrain, Statistical model, Physical geography and Context. His study on Landslide is covered under Geotechnical engineering. The study incorporates disciplines such as Footprint, Mixed model, Digital elevation model and Variables in addition to Terrain.
His Statistical model research incorporates themes from Canyon and Erosion. His Physical geography study incorporates themes from Land cover, Slope stability, Hydrology and Groundwater. His research integrates issues of Debris, Inclinometer and Flysch in his study of Weathering.
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Landslide hazard and risk
MG Anderson;T Glade;MJ Crozier.
John Wiley (2005)
Landslide occurrence as a response to land use change: a review of evidence from New Zealand
Applying Probability Determination to Refine Landslide-triggering Rainfall Thresholds Using an Empirical ''Antecedent Daily Rainfall Model''
Thomas Glade;Michael Crozier;Peter Smith.
Pure and Applied Geophysics (2000)
Landslide Hazard and Risk — Concluding Comment and Perspectives
Thomas Glade;Michael J. Crozier.
Challenges of analyzing multi-hazard risk: a review
Melanie S. Kappes;Melanie S. Kappes;Margreth Keiler;Margreth Keiler;Kirsten von Elverfeldt;Kirsten von Elverfeldt;Thomas Glade.
Natural Hazards (2012)
Landslide Hazard and Risk: Issues, Concepts and Approach
Michael J. Crozier;Thomas Glade.
Climatic factors influencing occurrence of debris flows
Gerald F. Wieczorek;Thomas Glade.
Landslide Hazard and Risk: Glade/Landslide
Thomas Glade;Malcolm Anderson;Michael J. Crozier.
Establishing the frequency and magnitude of landslide-triggering rainstorm events in New Zealand
Environmental Earth Sciences (1998)
Quantitative risk analysis for landslides ‒ Examples from Bíldudalur, NW-Iceland
R. Bell;T. Glade.
Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences (2004)
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