How to study a landslide?

How to study a landslide?

How to study a landslide?

Upon the occurrence of a slipthe analysis of the causes is done by looking for the different triggering factors: these can be easily listed from the quantities present in the balance equations, both on the driving forces and on the resisting forces.

What is the shape of the Earth?

The shape of the Earth is approximated by an ellipsoid of revolution, a sphere flattened at the poles. More precisely, it is said to be oblate — or flattened — because its secondary axis is also its axis of rotation.

What will be the future of the Earth?

The future of the Earth is closely linked to that of the Sun. Due to the accumulation of helium in the core of the Sun, the luminosity of the star increases slowly on the scale of geological time. The luminosity will increase by 10% over the next 1.1 billion years and by 40% over the next 3.5 billion years.

What are the elements of the Earth?

The Earth is mainly composed of iron (32.1% [c]), oxygen (30.1%), silicon (15.1%), magnesium (13.9%), sulfur (2.9%), nickel (1.8%), calcium (1.5%) and aluminum (1.4%), the remainder (1.2%) consisting of traces of other elements [112].

What is the history of Earth?

The history of the Earth is divided into four major time intervals, called eons: The Hadean began 4.567 billion years ago, when the Earth was formed with the other planets from a solar nebula , a disc-shaped mass of dust and gas, detached from the forming Sun.