Your single point of reference for all your Geotechnical Inquiries

Publications tagged with [mudflow]

Total Items found:
In the Libyan Sea, offshore southern Crete, there are two areas which may turn out to be of big interest as far as hydrocarbon exploration is concerned. The first one is the Herodotus Basin and the other is the Mediterranean Ridge. Evaluation of geological ...
Filed under: Geology -  Economic Geology
Reference: Pytheas Limited 30 March 2012
This report presents an emergency assessment of potential debris-flow hazards from basins burned by the 2011 Motor fire in the Sierra and Stanislaus National Forests,Calif. Statistical-empirical models are used to estimate the probability and volume of debrisflowsthat ...
Reference: Open-File Report 2011–1251
This work describes the extreme event of landslides occurred in January 2011 in the Rio de Janeiro mountainous region and discusses its relationship to the spatial and temporal variation of critical and prior rainfall. Interviews in the field let us establish ...
Reference: Proceedings of the Second World Landslide Forum – 3-7 October 2011, Rome
 
This chapter provides information on the potential and magnitude of mud floods and mudflows that may develop in Aspen due to rainfall events, snowmelt, or rain on snow events. This chapter also provides guidance on the design process for sites at risk for ...
Reference: Urban Runoff Management Plan, Rev 4/2010
Minimization differences on Cellular Automata approach to predict new inundated area of hot mudflow on LUSI mud eruption disaster which occurred in Sidoarjo area is proposed. There are three characteristics of hot mudflow that is unique such as surface material ...
Reference: International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Science, Volume XXXVIII, Part 8, Kyoto Japan 2010
<p>As a result of the widespread use of the landslide classifications of Varnes (1978) and Hutchinson (1988), certain terms describing common types of flow like mass movements have become entrenched in the language of engineering geology. Example terms include ...
Reference: Environmental & Engineering Geoscience, Vol VII, No. 3, August 2001, pp. 221-238