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Analysis the morphometric features of KabirKooh landslide. jgs 2016; 16 (41) :31-53
URL: http://jgs.khu.ac.ir/article-1-2652-en.html
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The KabirKooh landslide was studied as one of the immediate catastrophic events which causes falling rocks from the KabirKooh hillside and the obstruction of the Seymarreh river course and also formed a lot of geomorphologi­cal shapes in this area. This landslide was located at 5 km of the Poldokhtar city at the south between the Ilam and Lorestan province. The main purpose of this research to provide and analyzie of Morp­hom­­­etric feature of the landslide inclusive, width of the rupture surface (AWT IMAGE), length of the displaced mass (AWT IMAGE), length of the rupturesurface(AWT IMAGE), width of the displaced mass (AWT IMAGE), the depth of the rupture surface (AWT IMAGE), the depth of the displaced mass to it will be discussed (AWT IMAGE),(AWT IMAGE/AWT IMAGE),(AWT IMAGE/AWT IMAGE), (AWT IMAGE/AWT IMAGE) and volume. For this work by using by using Global mapper11 software, to be conform the topographic area maps in the scale of 1/50000 and the digital elevation model. Arc Gis 9.3 and Surfer 10 software was used for preparing and producing new data and information. Considering the analyse of this indexs is, AWT IMAGE: equal to 15/5 AWT IMAGE,AWT IMAGE: 16/06AWT IMAGE, AWT IMAGE:15.5AWT IMAGE,AWT IMAGE: 300 M,AWT IMAGE: 300 M, AWT IMAGE/AWT IMAGE:0.50, AWT IMAGE/AWT IMAGE:51.67, AWT IMAGE/AWT IMAGE:26.03 and volume 3908200970 AWT IMAGE.

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