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Impact of an Extreme Typhoon Event on Subsequent Sediment Discharges and Rainfall-Driven Landslides in Affected Mountainous Regions of Taiwan

Figure 1

The rainfall and landslide distributions caused by Typhoon Morakot in 2009 and the 2009 annual suspended sediment discharges from the three rivers. (a) The contour lines represent the cumulative rainfall during the period from August 6 to 11, 2009. The numbers along the contour lines are the values of cumulative rainfall in mm. (b) The location of hydrometric stations and the boundaries of the three rivers. (c) Zoom-in view of landslide distribution around the boundary between the Zengwen River and the Gaoping River.
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