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Analysis of Geological Hazard Types and Distribution Pattern in Xindu District

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DOI: 10.23977/geors.2023.060101 | Downloads: 7 | Views: 304


Wanxi Zhang 1,2, Jie Zhao 2, Ronghui Shen 2, Yi Liu 2, Fuji Gu 1,2


1 Hebei Key Laboratory of Geological Resources and Environment Monitoring and Protection, Shijiazhuang, China
2 Hebei Geo-Environment Monitoring, Shijiazhuang, China

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Fuji Gu


In order to correctly understand the characteristics and distribution law of geological hazards in Xindu District, the types of geological hazards are analyzed according to the geological environmental conditions and the development characteristics of geological hazards. In this paper, four types of geological hazards, landslide, collapse, mudslide and ground collapse are analyzed and the characteristics and distribution rules of geological hazards are studied, and it is concluded that the density of geological hazards in the plain area and the middle mountainous area is small, and the distribution density of geological hazards in the low mountainous area is the largest. Human engineering activities are the main triggering factors for the formation of geological hazards, and rainfall is the aggravating factor for geological hazards.


Geological disaster, hazard types, hazard Characteristics, hazard distribution pattern


Wanxi Zhang, Jie Zhao, Ronghui Shen, Yi Liu, Fuji Gu, Analysis of Geological Hazard Types and Distribution Pattern in Xindu District. Geoscience and Remote Sensing (2023) Vol. 6: 1-7. DOI:


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