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Landslides of the flow-type are frequently triggered by rainfall as shallow landslides in different types of soils and geo-environmental contexts. When involving open slopes, these landslides often occur in triangular source areas where initial slides turn into avalanches through further failures and/or eventual soil entrainment. Similar phenomena are frequently observed in layered snow deposits and they are also recognised in ashy deposits on Mars. Significant examples are systematicallydoi:10.1061/(asce)gt.1943-5606.0000182 fatcat:j6isnj5aszdsfijmkpkoy67sce