Mass Wasting - Types of Mass Movement - Flows

Flows

Movement of soil and regolith that more resembles fluid behavior is called a flow. These include avalanches, mudflows, debris flows, earth flow, lahars and sturzstroms. Water, air and ice are often involved in enabling fluidlike motion of the material.

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Chugwater Creek
... in the Laramie Mountains in eastern Albany County and flows 92.6 miles (149 km) ... It flows northeast, emerges from the mountains and flows past Chugwater, where it turns north-northwest, and flows past Slater ...
Drac (river)
... It flows through several reservoirs, including the Lac de Monteynard-Avignonet ... It flows into the Isère near Grenoble ... The Drac flows through the following départements and towns Hautes-Alpes Saint-Bonnet-en-Champsaur Isère Corps, Grenoble The name of Drac, originally the Drau, is ...
Mount Asama - Eruptive History - Tenmei Eruption
... andesitic pumice falls, pyroclastic flows, lava flows, and enlarged the cone ... climactic eruption lasted for 15 hours and there were pumice falls and pyroclastic flows ... by rapid deposits of coarse pyroclastic ash near the vent and the subsequent flows of lava and these events which were accompanied by a high eruption plume which generated further injections of pumice into the air ...
Rivers Of Finland - Rivers Flowing To Russia, To The White Sea
... Pistojoki (south-east of Kuusamo) - flows to the Kem River in Russia Lakes Muojärvi and Kuusamojärvi in Kuusamo Oulankajoki (north-east of Kuusamo) - flows to the ...

Famous quotes containing the word flows:

    All things change, nothing is extinguished.... There is nothing in the whole world which is permanent. Everything flows onward; all things are brought into being with a changing nature; the ages themselves glide by in constant movement.
    Ovid (Publius Ovidius Naso)

    Freudianism is much more nearly a religion than a science, inasmuch as the relation between analyst and patient has a great deal in common with that between priest and communicant at confessional, and such ideas as the Oedipus complex, the superego, the libido, and the id exert an effect upon the converted which is almost identical with what flows to the devout Christian from godhead, trinity, grace, and immortality.
    Robert Nisbet (b. 1913)

    Is America a land of God where saints abide for ever? Where golden fields spread fair and broad, where flows the crystal river? Certainly not flush with saints, and a good thing, too, for the saints sent buzzing into man’s ken now are but poor- mouthed ecclesiastical film stars and cliché-shouting publicity agents.
    Their little knowledge bringing them nearer to their ignorance,
    Ignorance bringing them nearer to death,
    But nearness to death no nearer to God.
    Sean O’Casey (1884–1964)