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Download Landslides in Cold Regions in the Context of Climate Change by Alexander Strom (auth.), Wei Shan, Ying Guo, Fawu Wang, PDF

By Alexander Strom (auth.), Wei Shan, Ying Guo, Fawu Wang, Hideaki Marui, Alexander Strom (eds.)

Landslides in chilly areas have various mechanisms from these in different components, and relatively few study efforts were made during this box. lately, due to weather swap, a few new developments referring to landslide prevalence and movement have seemed, significantly impacting financial improvement and groups. This publication collects key case experiences from the chilly areas world wide, delivering an summary of the final situation.

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Monitoring of the ground temperature and the pore-water pressure at the landslide located at the side of the Heifangtai loess platform, Gansu province suggested freezing can build an underground water reservoir at the deep position within the slope in frozen season. Later, thawing water can be released out in warmer season. Consequently, it produces a high pore-water pressure in winter as well as a high water gradient in spring. Both the static high pore-water pressure in winter and the high water gradient in spring can decrease the slope stability and trigger landslide.

4, it suggests that March and July are two with peak numbers (Wang and Yao 2008). The peak in July is closely related to the irrigation in May, while the peak in March was apparently related to freeze-thaw process. 3 The Mechanism of the Landslide Triggered by Seasonal Freeze-thaw Action According to the material of sliding mass, the landslides at the side of the Heifangtai platform can be generally divided into two types: one is loess-mudstone landslides, which mainly occurred in Huangci village in the southwest side, and 46 T.

The study area is belong to continental monsoon climate. Winter is long, while spring, summer and autumn are short, cold and moist. Four seasons change obviously in this area. Spring get warm quickly, windy and dry weather. Summer is controlled by the southeast monsoon resulting in more easterly and southerly wind, mild and rainy. Weather become cool fastly in autumn. Harm often caused by early frost. Winter is affected by Siberia and Mongolia high pressure resulting in more west-northerly and northerly wind, cold and dry weather.

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