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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Landslide_classification

In the following table shows a schematic landslide classification adopting the classification of Varnes 1978 and taking ...

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Nov 29, 2016 ... Landslides in the United States occur in all 50 States. The primary regions of landslide occurrence and potential are the coastal and ...

www.conservation.ca.gov/cgs/geologic_hazards/landslides/Pages/LandslideTypes.aspx

Types of Landslide: What kind of landslide is it? Describing Landslide Activity: How recently has the landslide been active? Confidence:Given all of the ...

www.empr.gov.bc.ca/Mining/Geoscience/SurficialGeology/Landslides/Pages/Whatarethedifferenttypesoflandslides.aspx

Rate of movement: This ranges from very slow creep (millimetres/year) to extremely rapid (metres/second). Type of material: Landslides are composed of ...

www.ukgeohazards.info/pages/eng_geol/landslide_geohazard/eng_geol_landslides_types.htm

There are five kinematically distinct types of landslide identified by Varnes (1978 ):. a) Falls: A fall starts with the detachment of soil or rock from a steep slope ...

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Jul 26, 2013 ... The most common types of landslides are des- cribed below. These definitions are based mainly on the work of Varnes (1978). Falls. Falls are ...

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Types of landslides and debris flows include slides, topple, fall, flow, torrent, debris avalanche, creep and more. Find out here.

www.adpc.net/casita/Course%20Modules/Landslide%20hazard%20assessment/Landslides_types_and_causes.pdf

Landslide types and causes. 3. Landslides. Movement occurs when the shear stress exceeds the shear strength of the material. Difference with soil erosion.

www.eartheclipse.com/natural-disaster/causes-effects-and-types-of-landslides.html

A landslide, sometimes known as landslip, slope failure or slump, is an uncontrollable downhill flow of rock, earth, debris or the combination of the three.

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This type of landslide is potentially more dangerous than other types because it can form very quickly and more velocities up to 80km per hour. The great-.