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Series: Advances in Natural and Technological Hazards Research Volume: 31
Edited By: Yamada Y
715 pages, 227 colour & 67 b/w illustrations
Submarine mass movements represent major offshore geohazards due to their destructive and tsunami-generation potential. This potential poses a threat to human life as well as to coastal, nearshore and offshore engineering structures. Recent examples of catastrophic submarine landslide events that affected human populations (including tsunamis) are numerous
This volume consists of the latest scientific research by international experts in geological, geophysical, engineering and environmental aspects of submarine mass failure, focused on understanding the full spectrum of challenges presented by submarine mass movements and their consequences.
Section I: Physical Properties of Sediments and Slope Stability Assessment
Section II: Seafloor Geomorphology for Trigger Mechanisms and Landslide Dynamics
Section III: Role of Fluid Flow in Slope Instability
Section IV: Mechanics of Mass Wasting in Subduction Margins
Section V: Post-Failure Dynamics
Section VI: Landslide Generated Tsunamis
Section VII: Witnessing and Quasi-Witnessing of Slope Failures
Section VIII: Architecture of Mass Transport Deposits/Complexes
Section IX: Relevance of Natural Climate Change in Triggering Slope Failures
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