Subaqueous Mass Movements and Their Consequences: Assessing Geohazards, Environmental Implications and Economic Significance of Subaqueous Landslides

D.G. Lintern (Editor), D.C. Mosher (Editor), L.G. Moscardelli (Editor), P.T. Bobrowsky (Editor), C. Campbell (Editor), J.D. Chaytor, J.J. Clague (Editor), A. Georgiopoulou (Editor), P. Lajeunesse (Editor), A. Normandeau (Editor), D.J.W. Piper (Editor), M Scherwath (Editor), C. Stacey (Editor), D. Turmel (Editor)

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Abstract

Subaqueous landslides are a common slope process in the geological record. In addition to their geological significance, they pose a risk to offshore infrastructure and can trigger destructive tsunamis affecting coastal communities. This volume offers a multi-disciplinary approach to document better the still poorly understood frequency and dynamics of subaqueous landslides.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherGeological Society of London
Volume477
Publication statusPublished - 31 Jul 2018

Publication series

NameSpecial Publications
PublisherGeological Society of London
Volume477
ISSN (Print)2041-4927
ISSN (Electronic)0305-8719

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Lintern, D. G. (Ed.), Mosher, D. C. (Ed.), Moscardelli, L. G. (Ed.), Bobrowsky, P. T. (Ed.), Campbell, C. (Ed.), Chaytor, J. D., ... Turmel, D. (Ed.) (2018). Subaqueous Mass Movements and Their Consequences: Assessing Geohazards, Environmental Implications and Economic Significance of Subaqueous Landslides. (Special Publications; Vol. 477). Geological Society of London.