These movements were associated with suffosion
elution of this part of sediments beneath the town hall, where the benchmark is fixed.
Moreover, many poorly constrained questions still exist, like slope process-groundwater-climate coupling, their interactions with gullying, landsliding and suffosion
The reservoirs resulted through compaction and suffosion
, located on river terraces or watersheds, stand among the natural lakes.
This leads to a conclusion that landslides may be caused by earlier processes, such as washout of the slope bottom, change in the properties of deposits due to suffosion or weathering or rise in the groundwater table.
The soil with warehouses of ceramics moved down due to a high load and intensification of suffosion processes.
Also the new sinking of cover layer and suffosion phenomena along fissures were found in sandstones.
Farther from the edge of the block in the more integral part of the sandstone body, fissure systems, suffosion and gravity form pseudokarst phenomena.
Comparison of this density with the average spacing of joints shows that only every fifth joint is liable to go through the suffosion
process and become an outlet for an intense flow of water and sand.
There are next to antropogenic deformations natural geodynamical phenomena: suffosion
, slides and tectonic.
Besides, weathering processes, pseudocarst phenomena, as well as suffosion are present.
Besides, even mechanical suffosion will be present in such cracks in a process of decantation when loose rock particles are washed out by infiltered water.