Rotational Slide (Slump)

Rotational Slide (Slump) Definition

Rotational Slide (Slump) – A type of landslide movement that occurs in a turning moment, about a pivot point that is above the center of gravity. This is typically do to an increased normal force on a slope, as well as a reduced cohesion factor of the soil mass materials. Additionally, the slip surface is concave, upwards.

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