Slope Instability


Soil or rock masses with sloping surfaces are subject to forces associated with gravity and seepage which cause instability. Resistance to failure results mainly from a combination of slope geometry and the shear strength of the soil or rock itself. Different types of instability can be characterised by spatial considerations, particle size and speed of movement.



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