Due to translational or rotational failure of saturated or undercut slopes, debris flow
often occurs with different grain sizes distributions in soil.
The study area has experienced at least four debris flow
incidents, which are concentrated at an initiation zone.
The MRN was also successfully used to differentiate debris flow
prone basins from non debris flow
prone basins (cf.
Slope material that becomes saturated with water may develop into a debris flow
or mud flow.
The papers on risk assessment are grouped into topics: risk assessment, risk management, hazard prevention, early warning systems, natural hazards, vulnerability issues, health risk, and debris flow
Land-use zoning, professional inspections, and proper design can minimize many landslide, mudflow, and debris flow
"Ever since the May 18 eruption of 1980, that mountain has been pumping out debris flow
after debris flow
," says Portland State University's Burns.
2006--1st International Conference on Monitoring, Simulation, Prevention and Remediation of Dense and Debris Flows
The major of my research is on the mechanism and comprehensive control of mountain hazards (debris flow
, landslide, and flash flood).
Two rivers are running from the mountains through the city, which are considered as the most hazardous in terms of debris flow
not only in Kazakhstan but also in the nearby region.
Al noroeste del area es sobreyacida por depositos caoticos de debris flow
(Subunidad Congo) y hacia el sureste, en la margen izquierda del rio Negro, por la Unidad Guachipelin.
During floods, a debris dam that breaks free becomes a debris flow
, with dramatic consequences for bridges and roads, fields and homes downstream.