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Guide to Geologic Hazards in Alaska
- A landslide characterized by a shearing and rotary movement of a generally independent mass of rock or earth along a curved slip surface (concave upward) and about an axis parallel to the slope from which it descends, and by backward tilting of the mass with respect to that slope so that the slump surface often exhibits a reversed slope facing uphill.
(Neuendorf, K.K.E. and others, 2005)
- DGGS online catalog of government agency publications relating to: Slump