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Advances in Natural and Technological Hazards Research
Statistical analysis of the lobes of the Storegga slide reveals a power-law dependence of the runout distance on the release volume. For small to moderate volumes, visco-plastic models with a (remoulded) yield strength of about 10 kPa reproduce this dependence quite well, in contrast to granular-friction models. However, either progressive wetting of the bottom shear layer or hydroplaning has to be invoked to explain the extreme runout distance and the sediment distribution of the largest slidedoi:10.1007/978-94-010-0093-2_26 fatcat:aaxfo3n33zcwnil6liwszkccfe