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A mudflow or mud flow is a form of mass wasting involving "very rapid to extremely rapid surging flow" of debris that has become partially or fully liquified by the ...

mudflow | geology | Britannica.com

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Mudflow, flow of water that contains large amounts of suspended particles and silt. It has a higher density and viscosity than a streamflow and can deposit only ...

Mudflow Damage - ClassZone

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Mudflows are capable of destroying homes, washing out roads and bridges, knocking down trees, and obstructing roadways with thick deposits of mud and ...

MSH Mudflows and floods [USGS]

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Mudflow-damaged house along the Toutle River. The height of the mudflow is shown by the "bathtub-ring" mudlines seen on the tree trunks and the house itself  ...

Mudflow | Define Mudflow at Dictionary.com

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Mudflow definition, a flow of mixed earth debris containing a large amount of water. See more.

What causes mudflow? | Reference.com

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Mudflows are caused by conditions favorable to soft, wet mud sliding downhill instead of staying put. Earthquakes, heavy rains, hurricanes, volcanic eruptions, ...

Mudflow - definition of mudflow by The Free Dictionary

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A flowing mass of soft, wet, unconsolidated earth and fine-grained debris, made fluid by rain or melted snow and often building up great speed. 2. The deposit ...

Lahars (mud flows) - Global Volcanism Program | Educational ...

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Mudflows are somewhat of a misnomer, because these volcanic flows include not only mud, but debris ranging up to boulder size. The term, however, has been ...

What are the effects of mudflow? | Reference.com

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A mudflow (also called a mudslide) can change geographical areas, destroy homes and kill people. Mudslides are a subcategory of landslides and can happen ...

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May 27, 2013 ... A typical holiday weekend on the Washington Olympic coast. Muddy debris flow in action. Filmed by soggy sedimentologists. Camera: Kathy ...
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mud·flow
[muhd-floh]
NOUN [GEOLOGY.]
1.
a flow of mixed earth debris containing a large amount of water.
2.
the dried-out product of such a flow.
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