Dip Normal Slope - Hazard Mapping of Nepal's Gorkha Earthquake 2015 induced landslide Dams

Large landslide dams are one of the most disastrous natural phenomena in mountainous regions all over the world Such dams are formed most commonly in tectonically active settings where high mountains border narrow and steep valleys and earthquakes occur frequently. Landslide dams are very diverse in terms of their formation, geotechnical characteristics, longevity, stability, and flood hazard. The two major causes of landslide dam formation are precipitation and earthquake. About 50% of dam-forming landslides are...
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