volume 8, issue 3, P384-390 1971
DOI: 10.1139/t71-040
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Abstract: Twenty-five rockslides in sedimentary strata of the Skeena Mountains in north-central British Columbia are concentrated along a distinct belt approximately 30 km wide. Four slides belong to a "shallow" type, 21 to a "deep" slide type. Regional structural trend, deformation, and lithological heterogeneity seem to control distribution and direction of slip of these rockslides. Slopes oriented parallel to the structural trend and made up of heterogeneous conglomerate, sandstone, shale successions are more likely…

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