volume 10, issue 4, P581-591 1973
DOI: 10.1139/t73-054
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Abstract: The landslide from the east face of Turtle Mountain that destroyed the southern end of the town of Frank in the Crowsnest Pass area of southwestern Alberta has become a classic example because it is one of the largest for which eye witness accounts and a contemporary scientific examination exist. Textbook accounts rely on the reports published shortly after the slide's occurrence in 1903.The slide was thought to have moved down the dip of a steeply inclined set of joints and has therefore been classified vari…

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