Landslides under Static and Dynamic Conditions: Analysis, Monitoring, and Mitigation

by David K. Keefer,
Carlton L. Ho,

American Society of Civil Engineers, New York, NY
978-0-7844-0118-7 (ISBN-13) | 0-7844-0118-7 (ISBN-10), 1995, Soft Cover, Pg. vii, 115
24 cm
GSP Geotechnical Special Publication (GSP) 52
Conference information: Sessions of conjunction with ASCE Convention | San Diego, California, United States | October 23-27, 1995

Document Type: Book - Proceedings


It is important to consider both the geotechnical engineering and the engineering geology implications of static and dynamic behavior of landslides. In studying landslides one must consider mechanical characterization of the materials, appropriate modeling and analysis of landslides, geologic setting that results in landslide, and geomorphology indicative of landslide susceptible terrain. This proceedings, Landslides under Static and Dynamic Conditions: Analysis, Monitoring, and Mitigation, contains papers presented at the ASCE National Convention in San Diego, California on October 23, 1995. They discuss topics of analysis, monitoring and mitigation. Case study landslides come from various locations including Maine, Kentucky, Southern California, and France with various geotechnical conditions.

Subject Headings: Landslides | Dynamic analysis | Mitigation and remediation | Materials characterization | Geotechnical engineering | Geology | Case studies | United States | Maine | Kentucky | California | France | Europe


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