A felszínmozgás zónájában eloforduló üledékes kozetek ásványos összetételének és fizikai tulajdonságainak vizsgálata Kulcs területén

Translated title of the contribution: Physical properties and mineral composition of sediments from sliding zone at Kulcs area

B. Udvardi, I. Kovács, P. Kónya, J. Vatai, L. Koloszár, F. Fedor, P. Ács, J. Mihály, Cs Németh, Zs V. Deák, B. Füsi, Z. Szalai, Cs Szabó, Gy Falus, T. Fancsik

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The high bluff along the River Danube, south of Budapest, is of prime importance among landslide sensitive areas of Hungary. This is because villages, located on the high bluff close to the Danube, are affected by active movement hazard. Therefore, experts have been dealing with the causes of landslides and the stabilizing attempts of the riverbank for decades. In the present campaign undertaken by the Geological and Geophysical Institute of Hungary, field survey, in situ tests and laboratory measurements were made on an area in village Kulcs affected by active movements. This paper summarizes the results of material investigations. Boreholes were drilled parallel and perpendicular to the river bank, where the landslide affected area is bordered by springs. This site was partially stabilized after the latest sliding event, however, indications of ongoing movements have been identified during field observations. Texture, grain size distribution and mineral composition of sediment samples from drilling and surface samples were measured. These samples show that paleosoils in loess and underlying red clay may have important role in the initiation of slidings.

Original languageHungarian
Pages (from-to)121-133
Number of pages13
JournalMagyar Geofizika
Volume55
Issue number3
Publication statusPublished - 2014

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A felszínmozgás zónájában eloforduló üledékes kozetek ásványos összetételének és fizikai tulajdonságainak vizsgálata Kulcs területén. / Udvardi, B.; Kovács, I.; Kónya, P.; Vatai, J.; Koloszár, L.; Fedor, F.; Ács, P.; Mihály, J.; Németh, Cs; Deák, Zs V.; Füsi, B.; Szalai, Z.; Szabó, Cs; Falus, Gy; Fancsik, T.

In: Magyar Geofizika, Vol. 55, No. 3, 2014, p. 121-133.

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Udvardi, B, Kovács, I, Kónya, P, Vatai, J, Koloszár, L, Fedor, F, Ács, P, Mihály, J, Németh, C, Deák, ZV, Füsi, B, Szalai, Z, Szabó, C, Falus, G & Fancsik, T 2014, 'A felszínmozgás zónájában eloforduló üledékes kozetek ásványos összetételének és fizikai tulajdonságainak vizsgálata Kulcs területén', Magyar Geofizika, vol. 55, no. 3, pp. 121-133.
Udvardi, B. ; Kovács, I. ; Kónya, P. ; Vatai, J. ; Koloszár, L. ; Fedor, F. ; Ács, P. ; Mihály, J. ; Németh, Cs ; Deák, Zs V. ; Füsi, B. ; Szalai, Z. ; Szabó, Cs ; Falus, Gy ; Fancsik, T. / A felszínmozgás zónájában eloforduló üledékes kozetek ásványos összetételének és fizikai tulajdonságainak vizsgálata Kulcs területén. In: Magyar Geofizika. 2014 ; Vol. 55, No. 3. pp. 121-133.
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