Improve the prevention of landslide risk by defining the landslide hazard in the geological environment created by the rocks, which are among the most susceptible to sliding within the Slovak Republic. This territory of interest (3195 km2) includes the area of the mountain ranges of Biele Karpaty and Javorníky, built by flysch rocks and parts of the Vtáčnik, Slanské vrchy – west and the adjacent part of the Košice Basin, built by volcanic rocks and Neogene sediments and Vihorlatské vrchy – northern part, built by volcanic rocks and flysch sediments.

Principal investigator: P. Liščák
Completion date of the task / project: 31.12.2023
Form of output: Project of the geological task, Annual report