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[HDS25-05] Long-traveling landslide on snow: a case of Daimyojin-sawa, upper course of Katakaigawa River, Toyama Prefecture, Japan
Keywords:landslide, long-travelling, snow, Toyama
Interpreted by airphoto, the dimensions of the source area are approximate 65 m in width and 160 m in length. The inferred volume of the landslide reaches 100,000 m3. Geology of the bedrock is Jurassic Funatsu Granites.
The landside debris flowed down along the Daimyojin-sawa with 35 degrees incline and were deposited on the snow with 0.2-0.5 m thick. The travelling distance is 2.4 km, and relative height is 980 m, namely, the equivalent friction coefficient (H/L) becomes 0.41.
The landslides slid on the snow are composed of various materials such as mixture of water, snow and rock fragment. The mobility of the landslides depends on the materials as well as topography.