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Mass wasting is the downhill movement of material under the influence of gravity. You can have very slow creeps (an example is soil creep, which creates ripples and terracettes), to falls (an example is rockfall), to slides (most commonly landslides, where vulnerabilities in the slope cause it become unstable), to flows (mudflows can be seen during volcanic eruptions, periods of heavy rainfall or flooding), and slumps (characterised by a concave slip plane).
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