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The subaqueous landslide cycle in south-central Chilean lakes : the role of tephra, slope gradient and repeated seismic shaking

(2019) SEDIMENTARY GEOLOGY. 381. p.84-105
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Subaqueous landslides, Paleoseismology, Mass-transport deposit, Chile, Turbidite, LARGE SUBMARINE LANDSLIDES, MASS-WASTING EVENTS, TRIAXIAL STRENGTH, EARTHQUAKES, HISTORY, VILLARRICA, TURBIDITES, SEDIMENTS, DEPOSITS, TSUNAMI

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Chicago
Moernaut, J, Maarten Van Daele, Katrien Heirman, G Wiemer, A Molenaar, T Vandorpe, D Melnick, et al. 2019. “The Subaqueous Landslide Cycle in South-central Chilean Lakes : the Role of Tephra, Slope Gradient and Repeated Seismic Shaking.” Sedimentary Geology 381: 84–105.
APA
Moernaut, J., Van Daele, M., Heirman, K., Wiemer, G., Molenaar, A., Vandorpe, T., Melnick, D., et al. (2019). The subaqueous landslide cycle in south-central Chilean lakes : the role of tephra, slope gradient and repeated seismic shaking. SEDIMENTARY GEOLOGY, 381, 84–105.
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Moernaut J, Van Daele M, Heirman K, Wiemer G, Molenaar A, Vandorpe T, et al. The subaqueous landslide cycle in south-central Chilean lakes : the role of tephra, slope gradient and repeated seismic shaking. SEDIMENTARY GEOLOGY. 2019;381:84–105.
MLA
Moernaut, J et al. “The Subaqueous Landslide Cycle in South-central Chilean Lakes : the Role of Tephra, Slope Gradient and Repeated Seismic Shaking.” SEDIMENTARY GEOLOGY 381 (2019): 84–105. Print.
@article{8606389,
  author       = {Moernaut, J and Van Daele, Maarten and Heirman, Katrien and Wiemer, G and Molenaar, A and Vandorpe, T and Melnick, D and Hajdas, I and Pino, M and Urrutia, R and De Batist, Marc},
  issn         = {0037-0738},
  journal      = {SEDIMENTARY GEOLOGY},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {84--105},
  title        = {The subaqueous landslide cycle in south-central Chilean lakes : the role of tephra, slope gradient and repeated seismic shaking},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.sedgeo.2019.01.002},
  volume       = {381},
  year         = {2019},
}

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