Loess Deposit and Loess Landslides on the Chinese Loess Plateau View Full Text


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DATE

2013

AUTHORS

Tonglu Li , Changye Wang , Ping Li

ABSTRACT

Chinese Loess is a wind origin deposit which records the continuous Quaternary history. In the past 30 years, the loess stratigraphy has achieved a great advantage that the absolute age and the litho-strata were well defined by dating and correlating with deep sea core isotopic curves. That set up a formed basis for further study in the loess properties and geological hazards in view of origin and mechanism. Loess has special characters of typical topographies, vertical joints, loose texture and water sensitivity, which makes it easy to slide. Landslides on the Chinese Loess Plateau are the most severe geological hazards, which deprive people of life, damage gas and oil routes, destroy roads and railways and decrease farmlands. Control of landslides is a long-term strategy. Besides the general used structural methods being applied in the slides related to some engineering, improvement of ecological environment, innovation of irrigation way and availability of drainage systems are more significant. Building of early warning system based on monitoring is a practical and economic way to check landslides as much as possible in considering of the present natural environment and national condition. More... »

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235-261

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Progress of Geo-Disaster Mitigation Technology in Asia

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978-3-642-29106-7
978-3-642-29107-4

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