Earthquake-triggered landslides in southwest China

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Chen, X. L.; Zhou, Q.; Ran, H.; Dong, R.;

Southwest China is located in the southeastern margin of the Tibetan Plateau and it is a region of high seismic activity. Historically, strong earthquakes that occurred here usually generated lots of landslides and brought destructive damages. This paper introduces seve... View more
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