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Publications tagged with [ancient landslide]

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The Dawson City landslide is a prehistoric slope failure at the northern end of the town. It occurred along the faulted contact between an ultramafic unit from the Slide Mountain terrane and a metasedimentary unit from the Yukon-Tanana terrane. The very blocky ...
Reference: Yukon Exploration and Geology 2011, K.E. MacFarlane and P.J. Sack (eds.), Yukon Geological Survey, p. 17-26
The 2004 Chuetsu earthquake (M 6.8) triggered thousands of landslides in the Miocene to Quaternary sedimentary rocks in Japan. The most common landslides were shallow disrupted landslides on steep slopes without geologic preference, but deep, coherent landslides ...
Reference: The 10th IAEG International Congress, Nottingham, United Kingdom, 6-10 September 2006, Paper number 408
This paper presents the Bull Run Dam 2 which was built in an ancient landsldie
Reference: Vingtieme Congres des grands barrages, Beijin, 2000
<p>In many environments, landslides preserved in the geologic record can be analyzed to determine the likelihood of seismic triggering. If evidence indicates that a seismic origin is likely for a landslide or group of landslides, and if the landslides can ...
Reference: Engineering Geology 43 (1996) 291-323