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Internal Structure and Reactivations of a Mass Movement: The Case Study of the Jacotines Landslide (Champagne Vineyards, France)

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The Jacotines landslide is representative of the large mass movements that affect the Champagne vineyards. Understanding the subsurface structure of these slopes and the mechanisms leading to sliding events is of a great interest, particularly for winegrowers who produce Champagne. This knowledge is generally used to elaborate accurate hazard assessment maps, which is an important feature in land use planning. The approach presented is based on the integration of geophysical imaging (seismic wave velocity and electrical resistivity), lithostratigraphic analysis (drilling core) and geomorphological investigations (surface landforms) to reconstruct the relations between the landslide structure, surface water flow, groundwater regime and the overall slope stability. A first phase of instability resulting in a large rotational slip probably occurred during the Late Glacial Period in morphoclimatic conditions characterized by an excess of water. A second one, still active, leading to superficial reactivations and relates to present hydrogeological conditions determined by the internal structure of the landslide.
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hal-04100217 , version 1 (17-05-2023)

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Nicolas Bollot, Guillaume Pierre, Gilles Grandjean, Gilles Fronteau, Alain Devos, et al.. Internal Structure and Reactivations of a Mass Movement: The Case Study of the Jacotines Landslide (Champagne Vineyards, France). GeoHazards, 2023, 4 (2), pp.183-196. ⟨10.3390/geohazards4020011⟩. ⟨hal-04100217⟩
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