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Rock-fall hazards (PI-69)

Landslides and Debris Flow

By: W. F. Case

Rock falls are a natural process of cliff and hillside erosion. They consist of large rock fragments from a cliff, or boulders from a slope that bounce, roll, and slide down a hillside and come to rest in a “runout” zone at or near its base. This two page publication discusses different rock-fall hazards in Utah and gives examples of rock falls that have occurred in the state.

Other Information:
Published: 2000
Pages: 2 p.
Location: Utah Statewide
Media Type: Paper Publication

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