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Catastrophic deep-seated landslides (DSL) are generally considered to be the result of large slope deformations also known as deep-seated gravitational slope deformation (DSGSD). This paper aims to build a synthesis of multiple studies made in the Tinée Valley (southern French Alps) to assess the geometrical, kinematical, mechanical and chronological relationships between these two gravitational processes.

At the scale of the valley, data issued from geological, geomorphological and 10Be dating indicate a clear geometrical link between DSGSD and DSL occurring at the base of the slope and suggest that gravitational slope evolution began after the glacial retreat (13 ka...

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