volume 11, issue 4, P447-469 1974
DOI: 10.1139/t74-052
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Abstract: As a result of recent field exploration and study in the Mackenzie River Valley between Fort Simpson and Fort Good Hope, N.W.T., coupled with a review of the periglacial literature it is evident that thaw plays an important role in a wide range of landslide types associated with permafrost.This study seeks first to present a description of the most common types of thaw-dominated landslide forms. Within this descriptive framework two important mass movement models, the thaw–consolidation model and the ablation…

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