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《Journal of Mountain Science》 2013-03
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Activities and Tendency of Mountain Hazards Induced by the Ms7.0 Lushan Earthquake,April 20,2013

CUI Peng 1,CHEN Xiaoqing 1,ZHANG Jianqiang 1,YANG Zongji 1,YOU Yong 1,FAN Jianrong 1,SU Fenghuan 1,KONG Yingde 1,2,ZHU Xinghua 1,2(1.Key Laboratory of Mountain Hazards and Surface Process,Chinese Academy of Sciences/ Institute of Mountain Hazards and Environment,Chinese Academy of Sciences,Sichuan Chengdu,610041,China;2.University of Chinese Academy of Sciences,Beijing 100049,China)  
An Ms7.0 earthquake,focal depth of 13 km,hit Lushan,Ya’an,Sichuan,on April 20,2013.We have taken a survey of the resulted and potential mountain hazards immediately after the quake.We identified the earthquake-induced hazards in mountains,analyzed the activity,formation mechanism,and developing tendency,and compared them with the situations in Wenchuan earthquake.Field survey found 1 460 landslides and collapses and 4 dammed lakes,which are small in scale and concentrated in groups.Collapses and rockfalls occurred in rocky cliffs,mainly in gorges of Jinji in Baosheng country and Dayan in Shuangshi town,and in K317 section of S210 provincial highway and Xiaoguanzi section north to the Lingguan town,threatening rescue passage along the river.Landslides are scarce and in moderate scale,mainly occurred in sandstone,shale and colluviums.Only one large landslide was found,which turned into flow.Dammed lakes were formed mainly by collapses and landslides,all in small size and low danger.Major control factors of the hazards are structure,lithology,surface and landform.The collapses are consequent,insequent,and controlled by structure surface.Compared with the Wenchuan earthquake,the landslide number is only 5.53% and the impact area is as small as 0.57%.Superposition effect of quake has strongly reduced the stability of slope.Collapses,landslides,and debris flows are expected to be more frequent after the quake;but the active period will be relatively short.But potential hazards are hard to figure out.
【Fund】: 中国科学院重点部署项目:泥石流动力过程及其调控模拟(KZZD-EW-05-01);; 中国科学院山地灾害与环境研究所减灾专项支持项目~~
【CateGory Index】: P694
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