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Mountain disaster formation in northwest Sichuan
Tang Bangxing; Suqing Liu; Shijian Liu
Corresponding AuthorTang Bangxing
Source PublicationGeoJournal

This paper discusses the causes of debris flow, landslide, collapse, water and soil erosion and other mountain disasters in the high mountain-plateau transitional region in northwest Sichuan. Through analysis of geological structure, lithology, earthquakes, landforms, hydrologic regime, meteorological conditions and man-made factors, the authors conclude that the natural conditions of this region favor the formation of debris flow, landslides and other mountain disasters. Moreover, the irrational economic activities of humans such as destroying forest ecosystems stimulate the occurrence of mountain disasters.

KeywordHydrogeology Ecology Environmental Management Methodology Of The Social Sciences
Document Type期刊论文
AffiliationInstitute of Mountain Disaster & Environment, Chinese Academy of Sciences, PO Box 417, Chengdu, Peoples Republic of China
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Tang Bangxing,Suqing Liu,Shijian Liu. Mountain disaster formation in northwest Sichuan[J]. GeoJournal,1994,34(1):41-46.
APA Tang Bangxing,Suqing Liu,&Shijian Liu.(1994).Mountain disaster formation in northwest Sichuan.GeoJournal,34(1),41-46.
MLA Tang Bangxing,et al."Mountain disaster formation in northwest Sichuan".GeoJournal 34.1(1994):41-46.
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