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mudflow
1. A heavily loaded ephemeral stream whose viscosity increases with evaporation as it flows over a desert fan.

2. A rapidly moving variety of earthflow. This is a typical phenomenon of areas underlain by sensitive clays, which may liquefy and flow following a shock, perhaps initiated by sliding.

3. See lahar.

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mudflow

mudflow
1. Heavily loaded ephemeral stream whose viscosity increases with evaporation as it flows over a desert fan.

2. Rapidly moving variety of earthflow. This is a typical phenomenon of areas underlain by sensitive clays which may liquefy and flow following a shock, perhaps initiated by sliding.

3. See LAHAR.

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mudflow

mudflow: see landslide.

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