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1994; Holroyd & Nicholson 1994) and may represent relatively uneroded examples of this phenomenon. The lobate features observed on Mars are, to a first approximation, similar to those observed along the Hawaiian Ridge (Fig. 15). There, sonar images have revealed over 70 major landslides in excess of 20km in length in an abundance sufficient to cover half the flanks of the ridge. The largest of the deposits exceed 200 km in length and 5 x 103 km 3 in volume (Moore et al. 1989, 1994). Two forms of landslides have been 40 J .
Induced pore pressure magnitudes condition stability through the parameters representing the geometry and dimensions of the flank and failing flank block, together with the parameters modulating volumetric magma intrusion rate and heat supply. Where appropriate parameter magnitudes are selected, the resulting mechanical and thermal pore fluid pressures are sufficient to initiate failure. This presents the possibility for long runout instabilities of extremely large volume. Observational evidence exists at a number of oceanic-shield type volcanoes indicating massive landslides.