1 edition of Landslide processes in Utah--observation and theory. found in the catalog.
Landslide processes in Utah--observation and theory.
by U.S. G.P.O., For sale by the Books and Open-File Reports Section, U.S. Geological Survey in Washington, Denver, CO
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Series||U.S. Geological Survey bulletin ;, 1842|
|LC Classifications||QE75 .B9 no. 1842, etc.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v. <2-3, 6 > :|
|LC Control Number||88600391|
The term landslide or less frequently, landslip, refers to several forms of mass wasting that include a wide range of ground movements, such as rockfalls, deep-seated slope failures, mudflows, and debris ides occur in a variety of environments, characterized by either steep or gentle slope gradients, from mountain ranges to coastal cliffs or even underwater, in . Wedding evolution and ecology, this book extends evolutionary theory by formally including niche construction and ecological inheritance as additional evolutionary processes. The authors support their historic move with empirical data, theoretical population genetics, and conceptual models. So, for example, a landslide started by a mountain Reviews: 7.
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U.S. Geological Survey bulletin, C.; Landslide processes in Utah--observation and theory, ch. Edition/Format: Print book: National government publication: English View all editions and formats. Landslide processes in Utah--observation and theory, ch. C; U.S. Geological Survey bulletin, C.
Edition/Format: eBook: Document: National government publication: EnglishView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. Subjects: Landslides -- Utah -- Ephraim Canyon. Mass-wasting -- Utah -- Ephraim Canyon.
Description and analysis of deformational structures and of spatial and temporal patterns of movement of the landslide. Description: v, 34 pages: illustrations, maps ; 28 cm. Series Title: U.S. Geological Survey bulletin, F.; Landslide processes in Utah--observation and theory, ch.
Other Titles. The book focuses on landslide dynamics, mechanisms and processes along with hazard mitigation using geo-engineering, structural, geophysical and numerical tools.
The book contains a wealth of the latest information on all aspects of theory, practices and modelling tools and techniques involved in prediction, prevention, monitoring, mitigation.
Natural landslide dams are formed by the tremendous amount of rock fall, soil, and debris that often fall or slide into rivers and streams, blocking their flow, and in many cases causing water to form a lake above the blockage. These natural landslide dams may persist for periods from several minutes to millennia (Costa and Schuster, The book contains a wealth of the latest information on all aspects of theory, practices and modelling tools and techniques involved in prediction, prevention, monitoring, mitigation and risk analysis of landslide hazards.
This book will bring the reader up to date on the latest trends in landslide studies and will help planners, engineers. Baum, R.L., and Johnson, A.M.,Steady movement of landslides in fine-grained soils--A model for sliding over an irregular slip surface, chap.
D of Landslide processes in Utah--Observation and theory: U.S. Geological Survey Bulletinp. AVAILABILITY OF BOOKS AND MAPS OF THE U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY LANDSLIDE PROCESSES IN UTAH OBSERVATION AND THEORY. U.S. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR MANUEL LUJAN, JR., Secretary IV.
Series: Landslide processes in Utah observation and theory ; ch. QEB9 no. D [QEU5] s dc20. LANDSLIDE PROCESSES IN UTAH-OBSERVATION AND THEORY Measurement of Slope Deformation Using Quadrilaterals By Rex L Baum1, Arvid M.
Johnson2, and Robert W. Fleming1 Abstract Quadrilaterals, four-sided figures defined by survey stakes at their four corners, were used to measure.
This book is one out of 8 IAEG XII Congress volumes, and deals with Landslide processes, including: field data and monitoring techniques, prediction and forecasting of landslide occurrence, regional landslide inventories and dating studies, modeling of slope instabilities and secondary hazards (e.g.
impulse waves and landslide-induced tsunamis, landslide dam. The Landslide Handbook— this book. Thanks also to those who gave permission to use their previously published text, especially Paula Gori who supported the entire handbook process and provided advice and encouragement.
This is Geological Survey of Canada Contribution. Combined with anthropogenic factors, especially the development and settlement of unstable terrain, landslides (as natural processes) have become natural disasters. This book charts our understanding of landslide processes, prediction methods, and related land use issues.
How and where do landslides initiate. Landslides: A Guide to Researching Landslide Phenomena and Processes: /ch Landslide research is an interdisciplinary field that primarily encompasses scientists from geomorphology, engineering geology, and geotechnical engineering.
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Landslide Types and Processes David J. Varnes3 It is the purpose of this chapter to re-view the whole range of earth move-ments that may properly be regarded as landslides and to classify these move-ments according to factors that have some bearing on prevention or control.
As defined for use in this volume the. Landslides and Engineered Slopes. Experience, Theory and Practice contains the invited lectures and all papers presented at the 12th International Symposium on Landslides, (Naples, Italy, June ).
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FebruSouth Weber Landslide, South Weber. –Wildfires and Debris Flows in Northern Utah. JDebris Flows near Spring Lake & Santaquin. of processes that result in the downward and outward movement of slope-forming materials including rock, soil, artificial fill, or a com-bination of these.
The materials may move by falling, toppling, sliding, spreading, or flowing. Figure 1 shows a graphic illustration of a landslide, with the commonly accepted terminology describing its features.
Abstract. Coseismic landslides are important effects of strong earthquakes and one of the most poorly understood. Such landslides are driven by inertial forces acting on slopes and can vary in size from individual rock blocks of a few m 3 in volume to catastrophic rock avalanches of many Mm 3, which can claim many thousands of capability of an earthquake to trigger a landslide.
Experience, Theory and Practice book. Proceedings of the 12th International Symposium on Landslides (Napoli, Italy, June ) Edited By Stefano Aversa, Leonardo Cascini, Luciano Picarelli, Claudio Scavia.
Edition 1st Edition. First Published .Landslide processes in Utah--observation and theory, ch. D.; U.S. Geological Survey bulletin, D. Other Titles: Model for sliding over an irregular slip surface Technical Report Archive & Image Library (TRAIL) Responsibility: by Rex L.
Baum and Arvid M. Johnson.A landslide is a geological phenomenon which includes a wide range of ground movement, such asrock fall s, deep failure of slopes and shallow debris flows.
The term therefore describes a movement of a mass of rocks or soil from a higher point to a lower one. A complete definition of a landslide event could be the following.