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, 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 ...
Volcanoes are another source of dangerous mud. You might think that the only
thing that runs down the sides of volcanoes is lava, but the fine ash erupted from
Mudflow definition, a flow of mixed earth debris containing a large amount of
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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, ...
A mudflow is the downhill movement of soft, wet earth and debris made fluid by
rain or melted snow. Mudflows occur when water mixes with soil and rock.
Mudflows and floods. Volcanic debris flows--mobile mixtures of volcanic debris
and water popularly called mudflows--often accompany pyroclastic eruptions, ...
Feb 10, 2015 ... Volcanic Mudflows known as lahars are prominent near Interstate 90 at Thorp,
Washington. Mount Rainier produced the famous Oceola ...
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 ...
Nov 10, 2014 ... Osceola Mudflow, 50 km (31 mi) downstream, 8 m (26 ft) thick outcrop, base
exposed near river level. Note coarse tail normal grading toward ...