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Design, construction and operation of various engineering structures in conditions of development of dangerous landslide processes requires detailed study of landslide slopes. One of the most priority tasks in the study of landslides is the study of its structural features. Modern tomographic technology extends the capabilities of engineering geophysics in order to obtain representative information on the structure of landslides. The seismo-geoelectric model of structural landslides presented in this work increases the effectiveness of geophysical methods. Performed a comparative analysis of seismic-geoelectric models of landslides of various structural types makes it possible to identify and emphasize features that must be taken into account when geophysical studies of landslide slopes are carried out.

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2018-04-23
2020-07-10
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