應用可攜式地磁儀探測土石流淤埋設備

Translated title of the contribution: Applying Portable Magnetometers to Detect Buried Instruments After a Debris Flow Event

Hsien Te Chou, Chih Hsuan Huang, Horng Yuan Yen, Tao Ssu Tsai

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Abstract

A debris flow triggered by 575 mm of rainfall over a 24-h period during Typhoon Soulik on July 13, 2013 buried debris-flow monitoring equipment in the gully 1 catchment at Houyenshan, Miaoli, Taiwan. The buried depth and covered area exceeded 2.5 m and 100 m2, respectively. Portable magnetometers were later deployed to detect a buried iron instrument case, and manual excavation was conducted from February 11 to April 6, 2015. The geomagnetic characteristics of the hot spots for the buried equipment exhibited both a high geomagnetic gradient and a null value on the magnetic anomaly contour map. The particle size distribution in the excavated pit indicated that the gravelly debris flows were both matrix-supported and muddy during the deposition process.

Translated title of the contributionApplying Portable Magnetometers to Detect Buried Instruments After a Debris Flow Event
Original languageChinese (Traditional)
Pages (from-to)140-146
Number of pages7
JournalJournal of Chinese Soil and Water Conservation
Volume51
Issue number4
DOIs
StatePublished - Dec 2020

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