Landslide

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Related to earthflow: mudflow, Debris flow, Debris avalanche
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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When classifying the landslides according to their sliding mechanisms, three main types were observed in the study area: translational slides, rotational slides (Hutchinson 1988) and earthflows (Easterbrook 1999).
Maquaire, "Determination of the 3D structure of an earthflow by geophysical methods: the case of Super Sauze, in the French southern Alps," Journal of Applied Geophysics, vol.
This new solution enables Nagoya University to create high-resolution 3D images that will drive education and research in areas including plasma fluid, earthflow phenomenon and medical fields.
According to SGI, this new solution enables Nagoya University to create high-resolution 3D images that will drive education and research in areas including plasma fluid, earthflow phenomenon and medical fields.