dust influx, alluvial or colluvial
sedimentation), and removal (R) via erosion:
In 2014, two test trenches were opened: the first one, in the south, seemed to confirm the limits between the constructed area of the city and the cove's colluvial
The original colluvial
deposits are concealed by the arrangements made for the archaeological conservation and display of the more recent rock paintings in the lower part of the cliffs.
Hughes Creek is characterised by a narrow floodplain of fluvial alluvium and colluvial
sands, gravels and silts.
Correspondingly longer cropping periods and shorter fallow periods are characteristic on richer volcanic or alluvial and colluvial
soils, in more accessible gardens nearer villages, and areas where population densities are high.
Similarly textured late glacial eolian silt and reworked colluvial
silt on footslope and valley floor surfaces cannot be readily differentiated from lake sediments within soil profiles.
We did not find them in recent colluvial
materials from unweathered sediments.
Overlying the mudflow, Unit 4, a silty diamicton with a relatively high carbonate and organic content, appears to have formed by a mix of natural colluvial
and human transport processes, and is associated with human cultural material.
More than 10 breach-hazardous lakes, 2 large mud notches and more than 30 extremely dangerous colluvial
deposits were threatening the city.
Stratified glaciofluvial, glaciolacustrine and glaciomarine deposits are present along most river valleys and in coastal areas, overlain by post-glacial fluvial and colluvial
Among the techniques featured are mechanically stabilized earth walls that combine precast panels with geogrids and recycled structural backfill that combines alluvial and colluvial
soils to avoid waste.
Organic matter of mesic upland soils was 58% higher on the colluvial
lower slopes as compared to the submesic shoulder slopes.