mudflow

flow of water that contains large amounts of suspended particles and silt. It has a higher density and viscosity than a streamflow and can deposit ... [3 related articles]
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Mudflow

Form of mass movement where fine textured sediments and soil mix with water to create a liquid flow.
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mudflow

mudflow: see landslide.
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Mudflow

A flowage of water-saturated earth material possessing a high degree of fluidity during movement. A less-saturated flowing mass is often called a debris flow. A mudflow originating on the flank of a volcano is properly called a lahar.
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Mudflow

A flowage of water-saturated earth material possessing a high degree of fluidity during movement. A less-saturated flowing mass is often called a debris flow. A mudflow originating on the flank of a volcano is properly called a lahar.
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mudflow

Form of mass movement similar to a debris flow but containing less rock material.
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mudflow

A mass movement of material finer than sand, lubricated with large amounts of water.
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Mudflow

A flowage of water-saturated earth material possessing a high degree of fluidity during movement. A less-saturated flowing mass is often called a debris flow. A mudflow originating on the flank of a volcano is properly called a lahar.
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Mudflow

A flowing mixture of mud and water.
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Mudflow

A type of mass movement composed mainly of clay-size materials with a high enough water content that
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