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《Journal of Mountain Research》 1991-03
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ACCUMULATIONAL LANDFORM OF VISCOUS DEBRIS IN JIANG JIA RAVINE, NORTHEAST YUNNAN

Tian Lianquan (Dongchuan Debris Flaw Observation and Research Station,Chinese Academy of Sciences)  
Based on the field investigations, classification of accumulationsl landforms in Jiangjia Ravine is made in this paper. According to the genesis,the accumulational landform of debris flow may be classified into natural and man-made ones. According to the accumulated processes, the natural accumulational landform may be classified into paleo-platform of debris flow(Q3),old platform of debris flow(Q4)and recent fan with long handle(before 1000 years). The man-made accumulational landforms may be classified into fan of levee tail,fan (cone) of branch gully, mud-gravel beach for bach deposit,mud-gravel dyke for side deposit and barrier depression. The accumulational landforms of debris flow will induce the deposit conditions to changed Therefore, the deposit conditions may be improved due to rational distribution of the construction.
【Fund】: 国家自然科学基金
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1 HU Kai-heng1,2,KANG Zhi-cheng1,2,LI Yong1,2(1.Key Laboratory of Mountain Hazards and Surface Processes,Chinese Academy of Sciences,Chengdu,610041,P.R.China;2.Institute of Mountain Hazards and Environment,Chinese Academy of Sciences & Ministry of Water Resources,Chengdu,610041,P.R.China);Analyses on flow depth hydrograph of debris-flow surges in Euler and Lagrange coordinate systems[J];Journal of Sediment Research;2010-04
2 CHEN Zhong-xue,WANG Ren,HU Ming-jian,WANG Zhi-bing,XU Dong-sheng(State Key Laboratory of Geomechanics and Geotechnical Engineering,Institute of Rock and Soil Mechanics,Chinese Academy of Sciences,Wuhan 430071,China);Study of content of clay particles for debris flow occurrence in Jiangjia Ravine[J];Rock and Soil Mechanics;2010-07
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