Extreme land forming events

Ed.: S. Okuda; A. Netto; Olav Slaymaker

1983. VI, 163 pages, 75 figures, 23 tables, 17x24cm, 350 g
Language: English

(Zeitschrift für Geomorphologie, Supplementbände, Volume 46)

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Introduction V
OHMORI, H.: Characteristics of the erosion rate in the Japanese mountains from
the viewpoint of climatic geomorphology (with 3 figures and 4 tables) 1
PLOEY, J. DE: Runoff and rill generation on sandy and loamy topsoils
(with 2 figures) IS
TOY, T. J.: A comparison of the LEMI and erosion pin techniques
(with 2 photos and 3 tables) 25
OKIMURA, T.: Rapid mass movement and groundwater level movement
(with 12 figures and 1 table) 35
SAWADA, T., K. AsH DA & T. TAKAHASHT: Relationship between channel
pattern and sediment transport in a steep gravel bed river (with 11
figures and 1 table) 55
IIDA, T. & K. OKUNISHI: Development of hillslopes due to landslides
(with 9 figures) 67
SUWA, H. & S. OKUDA: Deposition of debris flows on a fan surface/Mt. Yakedake,
Japan (with 13 figures, 4 photos and 1 table) 79
COLLINS, B. D., T. DUNNE & A. K. LEHRE: Erosion of tephra-covered hillslopes
north of Mount St. Helens, Washington: May 1980-May 1981
(with 2 photos, 10 figures and 6 tables) 103
KADOMURA, H., T. IMAGAWA & H. YAMAMOTO: Eruption-induced rapid erosion
and mass movements on Usu Volcano, Hokkaido (with 1 photo, 9 figures
and 1 table) 123
INURE, A. K., B. D. COLLINS & T. DUNNE: Post-eruption sediment budget for
the North Fork Toutle River drainage,June 1980-June 1981
(with 3 photos, 6 figures and 6 tables) 143