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28 August, 11:02

Which kind of landslides occurs when a top layer of soil is displaced

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  1. 28 August, 11:48
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    translational is correct

    Explanation:

    Boulders tumbling down a slope would be a fall or topple. In translational slides, surface material is separated from the more stable underlying layer of a slope. An earthquake may shake the loosen top layer of soil from the harder earth beneath in this type of landslide.
  2. 28 August, 12:00
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    Translational slides

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    After an earthquake, the top soil of the land may be displaced, this is a translational slide.
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