Wiley, Jun 12, 1996 - Political Science - 218 pages
This book examines geomorphic hazards, land form changes that adversely affect the geomorphic stability of a site or produces adverse socioeconomic impacts. These hazards include floods, landslides, seismicity, soil erosion and volcanic eruption.
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A Tool for the Study of Recent
Morphological Evidence for Neotectonic Activity and Seismic
Landslides in Flysch Formations in the Northern Apennines Italy
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1991 eruptions Abacan Acambay graben activity aeolian aggradation agricultural analysis basin Bravo fault British Columbia catchments caused channel clay coefficient debris flow deposits depth desertification developed drainage equation eruptions of Mt event fault system field Figure flood Formation Geological Geomorphic Hazards geomorphological georesource graben groundwater table gully erosion Gumain High Plains Holocene hydrological lahar lahar fills Lake land landslide lava domes layer LISEM measurements Mess Creek Monghidoro Mount Edziza Mountains Mt Pinatubo observed occurred oral histories overland flow parameters period Potrero processes pyroclastic flows rain region remote sensing Ribeira Ribeira Seca risk zonation rock runoff salinity and waterlogging sand Santiago Santo Tomas scarp sebkhas sediment simulated Slaymaker slide slope soil erosion soil salinity steppe Stikine River surface Tahltan Tahltan River tectonic Temascalcingo thermoerosion topographic transport Unzen valleys variables vegetation Venta de Bravo Volcanic Belt Yamal peninsula zone