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Science in China Series D: Earth Sciences

, Volume 44, Issue 5, pp 426–436 | Cite as

Investigation of a landslide in the new site of Badong County by integrated geophysical survey

  • Song LiuEmail author
  • Shuangxi Zhang
  • Jiangfeng Li
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Abstract

An integrated geophysical survey which combines vertical seismic profile method, shallow reflection seismic method, electric sounding, soil temperature measurement and radioactive gas measurement was used to investigate Zhaoshuling landslide in the new site of Badong County and to assess the stability of the landslide. By rational use of these methods together with borehole geological profile and other geological information, the spatial distribution of the landslide body, the formations and structures within and without the landslide body were determined and the stability of the landslide was also assessed, thus making great contribution to the successful and rational investigation and assessment of the landslide.

Keywords

landslide investigation of a new site stability assessment integrated geophysical survey vertical seismic profile 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.China University of GeosciencesWuhanChina

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