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Landslide hazards and their mitigation in China
Language英语
Li Tianchi; Wang Shumin
1992
PublisherScience Press
Publication PlaceBeijing
AbstractIn China, 66.5 percent of the total land area is mountainous and geologically complex. Rocks from the Precambrian to the Holocene have been deformed repeatedly since Paleozoic time, resulting in extremely complicated geologic structures. On the basis of complex and weak geologic structure and the rugged mollntain topography , high-intensity rainfall and commonly occurring earthquakes contribute to significant landslides in Chinese mountain areas , especial1y in the Hengduan Mountains region of southwestern China, the Loess Plateau area , and Taiwan lsland.
KeywordLandslides China
Subject Area57.1577
ISBN7-03-003078-8
Pages84
Document Type专著
Identifierhttp://ir.imde.ac.cn/handle/131551/8131
Collection成都山地所知识仓储(2009年以前)
Recommended Citation
GB/T 7714
Li Tianchi,Wang Shumin. Landslide hazards and their mitigation in China[M]. Beijing:Science Press,1992.
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