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题名: Rainfall-induced landslide stability analysis in response to transient pore pressure - A case study of natural terrain landslide in Hong Kong
作者: Lan, HX ; Zhou, CH(周成虎) ; Lee, CF ; Wang, SJ ; Wu, FQ
刊名: SCIENCE IN CHINA SERIES E-ENGINEERING & MATERIALS SCIENCE
出版日期: 2003
卷号: 46, 期号:Suppl. S, 页码:52-68
关键词: rainfall-induced landslide ; transient pore pressure ; landslide stability in response to rainfall ; GIS
学科分类: Engineering ; Multidisciplinary; Materials Science ; Multidisciplinary
通讯作者: Lan HX
收录类别: SCI
内容类型: 期刊论文
URI标识: http://ir.igsnrr.ac.cn/handle/311030/3110
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Lan, HX; Zhou, CH(周成虎); Lee, CF; Wang, SJ; Wu, FQ.Rainfall-induced landslide stability analysis in response to transient pore pressure - A case study of natural terrain landslide in Hong Kong,SCIENCE IN CHINA SERIES E-ENGINEERING & MATERIALS SCIENCE,2003,46(Suppl. S):52-68
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