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《Journal of Geological Hazards and Environment Preservation》 2006-03
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THE DEBRIS FLOW ALONG THE LANGKAZI-LUOZA ROAD IN TIBET

CHEN An (Chengdu Hydroelectric Investigation & design Institute of China Hydropower Consulting Group,Chengdu 610072,China)  
Especial geography location,perplexing geology structure,abundant incompact materials,steep landform and centralized precipitation are the necessary conditions for debris flow occurring.The debris flow along the Langkazi-Luoza road in Tibet is hillside,mud and stone,transition or watery debris flow.There are 42 strips of debris flowing along the Langkazi-Luoza road in Tibet,which threaten the road length 3,611m seriously.The main harm of the debris flow is blocking and burying roads.According to the circumstance and the grade of the road,the methods to deal with them are setting water-crossing road surface and(or) culverts along the Langkazi-Luoza road.
【CateGory Index】: P642.23
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