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Viscous-flow deformation of rock masses in near-surface conditions and the related rock slope failure

, : Viscous-flow deformation of rock masses in near-surface conditions and the related rock slope failure. IV International Symposium on Landslides [Canadian Geotechnical Society]: 585-589

A landslide in the upper reaches of the Yellow River is described.

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