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Geotechnical Distinction of Landslides Induced by Near-Field Earthquakes in Niigata, Japan

Table 2

Old landslides in Yamakoshi area.

NumberYearDisasterPlaceConditions

11824
April: thawing season
Landslide
length 1.4 km,
width 700 m
NakanoDisaster throughout the village. 50% of rice fields could not be cultivated. Flood induced by river clogging. Two ponds of 100 m length and 10 m depth were created.

21926
May
Landslide
length 1.1 km,
width 180 m
NakanoFields and mountains of more than 2 km2 were damaged. Floods induced by river clogging.

31929
April
Landslide
width 50 m
TeranoPrefectural route (Tochio-Ojiya) was severed; bridge collapsed. River clogging is unclear.

41932LandslideBetween Nakano and TeranoA large landslide occurred during construction of landslide measures. Details are unclear.

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