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作者:Yuki Matsushi , Narumi Hiraishi
来源:[J].Landslides(IF 2.093), 2017, Vol.14 (6), pp.1901-1914Springer
摘要:This study quantified the relationship among deep-seated gravitational slope deformations (DGSDs), landslides, and river rejuvenation in the upper reaches of the Kumano River in the Kii Mountains of Japan, an area of frequent bedrock landslides. River profiles and hillslope landf...
作者:... Masahiro Chigira , Yuki Matsushi , Su-Chin Chen
来源:[J].Geomorphology(IF 2.552), 2014, Vol.226, pp.175-192Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)Hillslope processes, which are affected by long-term river incision, give rise to the risk of landsliding in active orogens. We studied the river incision history and the subsequent response of rock slopes in the upstream Dahan River catchment, north Taiwan, by ...
作者:... Tsuyoshi Hattanji , Yuki Matsushi , Yukinori Matsukura
来源:[J].Geomorphology(IF 2.552), 2015, Vol.247, pp.2-9Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)This study aims at estimating the controlling factors for the denudation rates of limestone, which often forms solution dolines on karst tablelands. Our approaches include (1) electrical resistivity tomography (ERT) to reveal shallow subsurface structures and hy...
作者:Yuki Matsushi , Hiroyuki Matsuzaki
来源:[J].Geomorphology(IF 2.552), 2018Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)Total and continuing denudation rates were estimated using cosmogenic nuclides and intensive field observations of sediment transport in two small basins (C3 and S3) from the Ashio Mountains, Japan. The C3 basin underlain by Triassic bedded chert, while the S3 b...
作者:Takuma Watakabe , Yuki Matsushi
来源:[J].Catena(IF 1.881), 2019, Vol.180, pp.55-68Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)A comprehensive understanding of landslide processes is critical in explaining the spatial distribution of shallow landslides and rainfall thresholds for triggering landslides under different bedrock conditions. Here we discuss the observed shallow landslide mechanis...
作者:Yuki Matsushi , Narumi Hiraishi
来源:[J].Geomorphology(IF 2.552), 2013, Vol.201, pp.479-493Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)Typhoon Talas crossed the Japanese Islands between 2 and 5 September 2011, causing more than 70 deep-seated catastrophic landslides in a Jurassic to Paleogene–lower Miocene accretion complex. Detailed examination of the topographic features of 10 large landslide...
作者:... Sumio Matsuura , Yuki Matsushi , Takashi Okamoto
来源:[J].Engineering Geology(IF 1.403), 2017, Vol.221, pp.1-9Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)This study demonstrated seasonal changes in the topsoil permeability due to vegetation growth in summer and snow loading in winter of a landslide in a temperate snowy area of northern Japan, which is underlain by soft Neogene sedimentary rocks. The decrease in satura...
作者:Yuki Matsushi , Hiroyuki Matsuzaki , Yukinori Matsukura
来源:[J].Quaternary Geochronology(IF 4.015), 2007, Vol.3 (3), pp.262-267Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)This study presents a semi-empirical model for quantifying the reduction in the mechanical strength of bedrock beneath actively eroding soil-mantled hillslopes. The strength reduction of bedrock controls the rate of physical disintegration of saprolite, which su...
作者:Yuki Matsushi , Tsuyoshi Hattanji , Yukinori Matsukura
来源:[J].Geomorphology(IF 2.552), 2005, Vol.76 (1), pp.92-108Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)Rainfall-induced shallow landslides play a vital role in hillslope denudation processes in humid temperate regions. This study demonstrates the contrasting mechanisms of landslides in adjoining hills with permeable (sandstone) and impermeable (mudstone) bedrock ...
作者:Yuki Matsushi , Sachi Wakasa ...
来源:[J].Geomorphology(IF 2.552), 2006, Vol.82 (3), pp.283-294Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)Depth profiling of in situ-produced cosmogenic 10 Be and 26 Al was applied to estimate the rate of long-term denudation on actively uplifting hillcrests made of weakly consolidated sandstone in the Boso Peninsula, Japan. The nuclide concentration in the topmost ...

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