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Landslides and floods in Armenia in 2003-2014

Armenia’s main threats are from land- and mudslides, primarily on mountain slopes and hillsides. About one-fifth of all communities in Armenia have been affected by landslides. Areas with the highest risk of mudslides include Vayots Dzor (100 per cent of area at risk), Tavush (78 per cent), Syunik (70 per cent) and Lori (65 per cent) (MoNP (2015).

Year: 2015

From collection: Outlook on Climate Change Adaptation in the South Caucasus Mountains

Cartographer: GRID-Arendal/ Manana Kurtubadze

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