Computing granular avalanches and landslides

@inproceedings{Nichita2003ComputingGA,
  title={Computing granular avalanches and landslides},
  author={C. C. Nichita and Abani Patra and Andy Bauer and Marcus Bursik},
  year={2003}
}
Geophysical mass flows—debris flows, volcanic avalanches, landslides—are often initiated by volcanic activity. These flows can contain O(10– 10) m or more of material, typically soil and rock fragments that might range from centimeters to meters in size, are typically O(10 m) deep, and can run out over distances of tens of kilometers. This vast range of scales, the rheology of the geological material under consideration, and the presence of interstitial fluid in the moving mass, all make for a… CONTINUE READING
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