The Southeast extremity of the Great Caucasus which are entering into limits of Azerbaijan is characterized by high dynamism of exogenic relief forming processes, making essential impact on development of a landscape situation. Thereupon there is a necessity of working out of various methods for construction of scenarios of possible changes of a geo ecological situation in the various hills having fatal consequences, by revealing of relationships of cause and effect. With that end in view, in this work possibilities of forecasting of landslips in natural area of the Great Caucasus with use available various data and also visual supervision have been analysed.

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