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Vol 152
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46-49
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Research article
Geology

Gravity processes on the slopes of the Slavyanka river valley (in Pavlovsky Park)

Authors:
G. B. Pospekhov
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  • Research assistant G.V. Plekhanov Saint Petersburg State Mining Institute
Date submitted:
2001-09-17
Date accepted:
2001-10-28
Date published:
2002-04-01

Abstract

Engineering and geological surveys were carried out on the slopes of the Slavyanka river valley as part of the reconstruction of the Pavlovsk state museum-reserve. The purpose of the works was to detect areas of gravitation processes, determine their extent and the degree of threat to the historical appearance of the park territory and architectural monuments. Peculiarities of the geological structure, terrain landscape and man-made influence predetermined the development on the slopes of the Slavyanka River of such gravitational processes as talus, mudslides, landslides, and, most likely, processes of surface and secular creep in the Cambrian clays. With further development, the gravitational slope processes on the territory of the park and in the immediate vicinity of the monuments can radically change the appearance of the park area and create a threat to the stability of many park structures.

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