1996 Tumalt Creek Debris Flows and Debris Avalanches in the Columbia River Gorge East of Portland, Oregon

Automated Snow Avalanche Hazard Reduction

Operational Aspects of Warning
Uzbekistan is referred to as the region where the most dangerous natural phenomena are: mudfloods, floods, and avalanches. During the last decades the areas of their manifestation were...

Mechanism Study of Landslides

Settlement Behavior of an Avalanche Protection Gallery Founded on Loose Sandy Silt
An avalanche protection gallery located in the Swiss Alps was founded on alluvial ground close to the steep rocky mountainside. The rear retaining wall, at a variable distance of a few...

Snow Avalanches

Deposition at a New Dam Near Mount St. Helens
A sediment retention structure (SRS) is being constructed on the North Fork Toutle River in the state of Washington to trap sediments eroding off the 1980 Mount St. Helens debris avalanche....

Landslide Dammed Lakes at Mount St. Helens, Washington
The collapse of the north face of Mount St. Helens on May 18, 1980, and the debris avalanche that resulted blocked outflow from Spirit Lake and Coldwater and South Fork Castle Creeks....

Granular Flow Theory Applied to Geologic Flows

Theories for Rapid Deformations of Granular Materials

Micro/Mini/Maxi—Hardware or Software, Or, What's the Future?—What's the Answer?
Current research is developing new materials, producing more sophisticated circuits, allowing price reductions, linking micros and minis to mainframes. The next technological avalanche...

Transition of a Meandering River to a Braided System due to High Sediment Concentration Flows

Discontinuous Turbidity Currents and Powder Snow Avalanches

Avalanche Motion

Protection from and Control of Avalanches at Ski Resorts

 

 

 

 

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