Basic structure of landslide

Landslide refers to the slope of the soil or rock, by the river erosion, groundwater activities, rain soaking, earthquake and artificial slope and other factors, under the action of gravity, along a certain soft or weak zone, the overall or scattered Slope down the natural phenomenon. The rock (soil) of the movement is called a deformed body or a slippery body, and the undulating rock (soil)

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NNU_Group (2017). Basic structure of landslide, Conceptual Model, OpenGMS, https://geomodeling.njnu.edu.cn/conceptualModel/46488f0d-00a1-4fed-9ddd-955d771806f9
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