The 6 August 2010 Mount Meager rock slide-debris flow, Coast Mountains, British Columbia: characteristics, dynamics, and implications for hazard and risk assessment

@article{Guthrie2012The6A,
  title={The 6 August 2010 Mount Meager rock slide-debris flow, Coast Mountains, British Columbia: characteristics, dynamics, and implications for hazard and risk assessment},
  author={R. Guthrie and P. Friele and Kate E. Allstadt and N. Roberts and S. Evans and K. B. Delaney and D. Roche and J. Clague and M. Jakob},
  journal={Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences},
  year={2012},
  volume={12},
  pages={1277-1294}
}
Abstract. A large rock avalanche occurred at 03:27:30 PDT, 6 August 2010, in the Mount Meager Volcanic Complex southwest British Columbia. The landslide initiated as a rock slide in Pleistocene rhyodacitic volcanic rock with the collapse of the secondary peak of Mount Meager. The detached rock mass impacted the volcano's weathered and saturated flanks, creating a visible seismic signature on nearby seismographs. Undrained loading of the sloping flank caused the immediate and extremely rapid… Expand
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