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A downward slope movement of a potentially lethal mixture of water, rocks, and mud, triggered by earthquakes, volcanoes, or weather events
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The area overrun by the landslide was about one half square mile.
Muthukumar, 2008) were identified and the reflectance of the factors occurred in landslides.
The area where the landslide has been reported was mostly occupied
Though the government may heave a sigh of relief at this revelation that the Pune landslide was caused by heavy rains, it is not totally free of blame.
In order to simulate the occurrence of landslides in the study area Multilayer perception with pre-propagation algorithm in the SPSS software was used.
The state agency began a project eight years ago to gather mapped landslides into one place.
Ibrahim Al-Hadha, an eyewitness, said he believes that excessive digging at the foot of the mountain led to the landslides.
Quantitative methods are based on numerical expressions of the relationship between triggering factors and landslides (Ayalew & Yamagishi 2005; Ayalew et al.
A new database of hazards collected by Durham University, UK shows that 32,300 people died in landslides between 2004 and 2010.
A landslide has struck three villages and killed at least 18 people in Budada, an eastern district of Uganda.