Mudflow

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  • The flowing mixture of water and debris (intermediate between a volcanic avalanche and a water flood) that forms on the slopes of a volcano. Sometimes called a debris flow or lahar, a term from Indonesia where volcanic mudflows are a major hazard. (Teacher's Packet)
  • A flowage of water-saturated earth material possessing a high degree of fluidity during movement. A less-saturated flowing mass is often called a debris flow. A mudflow originating on the flank of a volcano is properly called a lahar. (Foxworthy and Hill, 1982)

See: Lahar. [1]

References

  1. Glossary of Volcano and Related Terminology
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