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“…In addition, these approaches are applied for the first time in Slovakia (or even in Central Europe) when mapping the flood susceptibility at regional spatial scale. In this study, flood susceptibility is seen as the relatively stable physical-geographical (terrain) as well as more dynamic land cover predispositions of a given area that determine the propensity to flooding, excluding flow or precipitation quantitative information (Jacinto et al 2015;Santos et al 2019;Tehrany et al 2019). The flood conditioning factors were selected in order to reflect mainly fluvial (riverine or regional) flooding that regularly occurs in the study area.…”
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“…In addition, these approaches are applied for the first time in Slovakia (or even in Central Europe) when mapping the flood susceptibility at regional spatial scale. In this study, flood susceptibility is seen as the relatively stable physical-geographical (terrain) as well as more dynamic land cover predispositions of a given area that determine the propensity to flooding, excluding flow or precipitation quantitative information (Jacinto et al 2015;Santos et al 2019;Tehrany et al 2019). The flood conditioning factors were selected in order to reflect mainly fluvial (riverine or regional) flooding that regularly occurs in the study area.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
“…On the other hand, the general applicability of multi-criteria-based methodologies (particularly the AHP technique) has been proved in a number of landslide studies, for example, Ayalew et al (2004), Kouli et al (2010), Kayastha et al (2013), Feizizadeh et al (2014, Ahmed (2015), Chen et al (2017), Kumar et al (2018), Mallick et al (2018), Nicu (2018), Bera et al (2019), but also in studies which focused on other types of natural hazards (Skilodimou et al 2019;Santos et al 2019;Costache et al 2020). In addition, application of MCDA across different spatial scales (from local to global) is also appropriate, as evidenced by these studies.…”
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“…The role of geographic information systems (GIS) is inevitable, especially, in processing and synthesizing the selected flood conditioning factors, preparing flood inventory data, and computing and visualizing the flood potential map [17][18][19][20]. Different methods have been applied to identify the areas with different level of flood potential.…”
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