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Geologic Characterization, Hydrologic Monitoring, and Soil-Water Relationships for Landslides in Kentucky
Complex spatial and temporal variables control the movement of water through colluvial soils in hillslopes. Some of the factors that influence soil-moisture fluctuation are soil type, thickness, porosity and permeability, and slope morphology. Landslide-characterization and field-monitoring techniques were part of a method to connect hydrologic and geotechnical data in order to monitor long-term hydrologic conditions in three active landslides in Kentucky, establish hydrologic relationshipsdoi:10.13023/kgs.ri11.13 fatcat:ssxgqlg3szhcdjhsabththmbtm