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Journal of the Japan Society of Erosion Control Engineering
To understand effects of topography, such as longitudinal gradient, on erosion and deposition patterns of debris flow, we quantified topographic changes due to debris flow using aerial LiDAR datasets for recent debris flow in Japan. In larger catchments, the debris flow fan already formed and the top of debris flow fan located upper stream from the exit of the catchment. While, the top of debris flow fan was the downstream from the exit of the catchment in small catchments. We confirmed thatdoi:10.11475/sabo.70.1_38 fatcat:k424fsxzyrg73itkg5uqj4bcr4