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PRESENTED BY:- 
ABHIMANYU SINGH BHATI
Definition 
A landslide, also known as a landslip, 
is a geological phenomenon that includes a 
wide range of ground move...
Causes 
Heavy rains 
Earthquakes 
Volcano eruptions 
Floods 
Ground water changes 
Rapid snow melt 
Quarrying
Types of landslide 
a) Rotational slides move along a surface 
of rupture that is curved and concave. 
b) Translational sl...
c) Rock Fall: 
Free falling of detached bodies of 
bedrock (boulders) from a cliff or 
steep slope 
d) Rock toppling occur...
e) Lateral spreading occurs when 
the soil mass spreads laterally and this 
spreading comes with tensional cracks in 
the ...
Damage 
Destroys the slope/hill 
Eliminates all vegetation 
Buries houses and sometimes entire 
villages 
Weakens the ...
Recent landslides 
Date Place Casualties 
16 June 2013 Kedarnath, 
Uttarakhand, 
India 
5,700 
31 July 2014 Malin, 
Ambega...
Pictures 
a)NASA satellite imagery of Northern India on 
17 June, showing rainclouds that led to the 
disaster 
b)Landslid...
MAZOR LANDSLIDE ZONE IN INDIA
How to Minimize Landslide Hazards 
 Choose a safe location to build your home, away from steep slopes 
and places where l...
Plant ground cover on slopes and build 
retaining walls. 
In mudflow areas, build channels or deflection 
walls to direc...
References 
Landslide Hazard Manual (www.engineering4theworld.org/LAP) 
TIMES OF INDIA,MUMBAI MAHARASTRA INDIA. 
https:...
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  1. 1. PRESENTED BY:- ABHIMANYU SINGH BHATI
  2. 2. Definition A landslide, also known as a landslip, is a geological phenomenon that includes a wide range of ground movements, such as rock falls, deep failure of slopes and shallow debris flows. Landslides can occur in offshore, coastal and onshore environments. Although the action of gravity is the primary driving force for a landslide to occur, there are other contributing factors affecting the original slope stability
  3. 3. Causes Heavy rains Earthquakes Volcano eruptions Floods Ground water changes Rapid snow melt Quarrying
  4. 4. Types of landslide a) Rotational slides move along a surface of rupture that is curved and concave. b) Translational slides occurs when the failure surface is approximately flat or slightly undulated
  5. 5. c) Rock Fall: Free falling of detached bodies of bedrock (boulders) from a cliff or steep slope d) Rock toppling occurs when one or more rock units rotate about their base and Collapse.
  6. 6. e) Lateral spreading occurs when the soil mass spreads laterally and this spreading comes with tensional cracks in the soil mass. f) Debris Flow: Down slope movement of collapsed, unconsolidated material typically along a stream channel.
  7. 7. Damage Destroys the slope/hill Eliminates all vegetation Buries houses and sometimes entire villages Weakens the slope and makes it more susceptible to further landslides
  8. 8. Recent landslides Date Place Casualties 16 June 2013 Kedarnath, Uttarakhand, India 5,700 31 July 2014 Malin, Ambegaon taluka, Pune district, Maharashtra, India 50 30 Oct 2014 KOSLANDA, Sri Lanka 200 20 August 2014 Hiroshima Prefecture, Japan 100
  9. 9. Pictures a)NASA satellite imagery of Northern India on 17 June, showing rainclouds that led to the disaster b)Landslide in Pune,Maharastra
  10. 10. MAZOR LANDSLIDE ZONE IN INDIA
  11. 11. How to Minimize Landslide Hazards  Choose a safe location to build your home, away from steep slopes and places where landslides have occurred in the past.  Prevent deforestation and vegetation removal.  Avoid weakening the slope.
  12. 12. Plant ground cover on slopes and build retaining walls. In mudflow areas, build channels or deflection walls to direct the flow around buildings. Awareness generation: Educate the public about signs that a landslide is imminent so that personal safety measures may be taken. Financial Mechanisms: Support the establishment of landslide insurance. Legal and Policy: legislation to direct a governmental or private program to reduce landslide losses should be strengthened.
  13. 13. References Landslide Hazard Manual (www.engineering4theworld.org/LAP) TIMES OF INDIA,MUMBAI MAHARASTRA INDIA. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Landslide Landslides Preparedness and Safety Measures, Department of Disaster Management, Bhutan. Action Plan for Landslide Risk Mitigation, Ministry of Home Affairs , Office Memorandum, November 3, 2004, India.

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