Erin Bryce

Erin.Bryce@glasgow.ac.uk

ORCID iDhttps://orcid.org/0000-0002-6685-379X

Research title: Statistical landslide hazard modelling with a view towards medium to long term territorial planning

Research Summary

My research interest focuses on ways to statistically and spatially model the three components of landslide hazard assessment, namely, the probability of landslide occurrence (also known as susceptibility), the size of the event and the frequency of occurrence. This interest is explored in a Bayesian framework, and the Integrated nested Laplace approximation (INLA) used for inference.

I have worked on a Bernoulli-log-Gaussian hurdle model for landslide occurrence and size across the Island of Dominica after hurricane Maria and I have begun exploring point process models that explicitly integrate spatial dependence in the modeling of landslide susceptibility across Japan. 

Publications

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2022

Bryce, E., Lombardo, L., van Westen, C., Tanyas, H. and Castro-Camilo, D. (2022) Unified landslide hazard assessment using hurdle models: a case study in the Island of Dominica. Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment, (doi: 10.1007/s00477-022-02239-6) (Early Online Publication)

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Articles

Bryce, E., Lombardo, L., van Westen, C., Tanyas, H. and Castro-Camilo, D. (2022) Unified landslide hazard assessment using hurdle models: a case study in the Island of Dominica. Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment, (doi: 10.1007/s00477-022-02239-6) (Early Online Publication)

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Grants

(UKRI Grant) Heilbronn Institute for Mathematical Research - Studentship

Conference

2022

  • International Association for Mathematical Geosciences, 29th August-3rd September 2022, The ProuvĂ© Congress Center, Nancy (France)

Teaching

2021/2022 Session

  • Advanced Predictive Models (Level M)