What are the effects of landslides?

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Landslides are a geological occurrence in which there is a disturbance in the ground. Landslides typically don't occur on their own unless there is a problem with stability. They are often caused by earthquakes and floods. The effects of landslides are negative. They can cause damages in property and roads that are very extensive and can even lead to loss of life. The different types of landslides are debris flow, earth flow, debris avalanche, sturzstrom, shallow, and deep-seated landslides.
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the minerals under the soil goes on top.
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THEY CAN GET BURIED (IF THEY ARE BUILD BELOW THE SLOPES) OR IN SOME CASES THE DRIFTING OF THE SOIL CAN PUSH THE BUILDING BACKWARD WHICH CAN CAUSE A SUDDEN COLLAPSE OR MAKE A BUILDING
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dams, and roadways can be affected for years after a slide event. The negative economic effects of landslides include the cost to repair structures, loss of property value, disruption
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