The nature of the "diluvium" persisted as a great puzzle.
Even as geologists continued to debate the nature of the causes that produced the diluvium, Lyell issued volume 1 of Principles of Geology in 1830.
In the Visio Anglie (having a diluvium
of its own too, of course), (19) Gower quotes repeatedly, prominently from this episode that Ovid made his paradigmatic point of departure.
The landslide deposit mainly consists of Quaternary sediments, including diluvium
layer of Quaternary System ([Q.sup.dl]), glaciofluvial deposit of Holocene Series ([Q.sup.fgl]), and landslide deposit ([Q.sup.del]).
Klimaszewski, M.: 1937, Morfologia i dyluwium doliny Dunajca od Pienin po ujscie (Morphologie und Diluvium
des Dunajec-Tales von den Pieninen bis zur Mundung), Prace Instytutu Geograficznego UJ, 18, 1-54.
The main geological conditions of tunnel section are filled soil, mucky soil, fine sand layer, diluvium
and alluvium layer, and intense weathering mud rock.
The shallow diluvium
landslides occur in steep slopes, nearly always in direct connection with lateral erosion of the streams, being thus closely related to the bank scouring.