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Conversion mechanism of gravelly soil to viscous debris flow
Language英语
WANG YING; ZHOU BIFAN
Corresponding AuthorWANG YING
1992
Source PublicationErosion, debris flows and environment in mountain regions: Proceedings of the International Symposium held at Chengdu, China, 5-9 July 1992 (IAHS Publ. no. 209)
Author of SourceD. E. ; Davies, T. R. ; Hasholt, B
Volume209
Pages315-323
meetingErosion, debris flows and environment in mountain regions
Conference Date1992
Conference PlaceChengdu
CountryChina
PublisherIAHS
Contribution Rank1
AbstractViscous debris flow is a common erosion phenomenon of slopes in mountain regions. Based on an analysis of some typical examples of viscous debris flow gullies in China, the formation of viscous debris flow is related to the regolith in its source area. In Jiangjia Gully, and Hunshui Gully in Yunnan Province, the grain-size distribution of source material is nearly the same as that of the viscous debris flow. The source material is gravelly, comprising clay, sand, gravel and water. Therefore, viscous debris flow develops from gravelly soil. Based on experimental studies and investigations, an analysis of the mechanism of gravelly soil developing into viscous debris flow provides a theoretical basis for formation, prevention and control measures of viscous debris flow.
Other AbstractViscous debris flow is a common erosion phenomenon of slopes in mountain regions. Based on an analysis of some typical examples of viscous debris flow gullies in China, the formation of viscous debris flow is related to the regolith in its source area. In Jiangjia Gully, and Hunshui Gully in Yunnan Province, the grain-size distribution of source material is nearly the same as that of the viscous debris flow. The source material is gravelly, comprising clay, sand, gravel and water. Therefore, viscous debris flow develops from gravelly soil. Based on experimental studies and investigations, an analysis of the mechanism of gravelly soil developing into viscous debris flow provides a theoretical basis for formation, prevention and control measures of viscous debris flow.
Keywordmountain regions source area gravelly soil Viscous debris flow
ISBN0-947571-38-8
Indexed By其他
Document Type会议论文
Identifierhttp://ir.imde.ac.cn/handle/131551/21463
Collection成都山地所知识仓储(2009年以前)
Corresponding AuthorWANG YING
AffiliationChengdu Institute of Mountain Disasters and Environment, Chinese Academy of Sciences, PO Box 417, Chengdu, Sichuan 610015, China
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WANG YING,ZHOU BIFAN. Conversion mechanism of gravelly soil to viscous debris flow[C]//D. E., Davies, T. R., Hasholt, B:IAHS,1992:315-323.
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