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<p>Landslide forecasting and early warning has a long tradition in landslide research and is primarily carried out based on empirical and statistical approaches, e.g., landslide triggering rainfall thresholds. In the last decade, flood forecasting started ...
Reference: Nat. Hazards Earth Syst. Sci., 18, 2183–2202, 2018
<p>Targeted at a slope in Nanhuan Road, Fuxin, Northeast China, this paper explores the cause and failure mechanism of landslide through site survey, surface displacement monitoring, inclinometer measurement, and limit equilibrium analysis. It is concluded ...
Reference: AMSE JOURNALS-AMSE IIETA publication-2017-Series: Modelling B; Vol. 86; N°2; pp 484-501
<p>Thin coastal dykes typically found in developing countries may suddenly collapse due to rapid land subsidence, material ageing, sea-level rise, high wave attack, earthquakes, landslides, or a collision with vessels. Such a failure could trigger dam-break ...
Reference: Nat. Hazards Earth Syst. Sci., 16, 1629–1638, 2016
<p>In recent times the natural hazards in India &amp; all around the world are increasing day by day. Many of the hazards are happening due do man made activities. One such example of man -made hazard is landslide. One such landslide which came under news ...
Reference: Global Journal Of Engineering Science And Researches 2016
<p>Flow-like landslides are rapidly moving fluid&ndash;solid mixtures that can cause significant destruction along paths that run far from their original sources. Existing models for run out prediction and motion simulation of flow-like landslides have many ...
Reference: Geophys. J. Int. (2015) 201, 1534–1544, GJI Geodynamics and tectonics
<p>Overall, this study shows that the proposed numerical tools are capable of modelling the mechanical and hydraulic behaviour of terrestrial and submarine landslides.</p>
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<p>This paper presents a case of a lignite mine in Northern Greece with excavated slopes exceeding 100-120m in depth in which substantial movement is occurring, with an average rate 10-20mm/day. The Mavropigi mine is very important for the power supply of ...
Reference: Proceedings of the 18th International Conference on Soil Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering, Paris, September 2-6 2013, ICSMGE, 2193-2196
<p>Coastal landslides in weakly lithified sediment are a common occurrence in many parts of the world, including the west coast of the United States. Here, geologically young (Quaternary), marine terrace deposits form steep, near vertical cliff exposures up ...
Reference: Landslides and Climate Change
<p>Slope movements (e.g. landslides) are dynamic systems that are complex in time and space and closely linked to both inherited and current preparatory and triggering controls. It is not yet possible to assess in all cases conditions for failure, reactivation ...
Reference: Bulletin de la Soci\'et\'e G\'eologique de France 178, 2 (2007) 65-88
<p>We present a geomorphological method to evaluate landslide hazard and risk. The method is based on the recognition of existing and past landslides, on the scrutiny of the local geological and morphological setting, and on the study of site-specific and ...
Reference: Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences (2002) 2: 57–72 c European Geophysical Society 2002