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Mountain scale strength properties, deep-seated landsliding, and relief limits

Kevin Michael Schmidt

Mountain scale strength properties, deep-seated landsliding, and relief limits

by Kevin Michael Schmidt

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Published by Timber Fish & Wildlife in [Washington State] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Landslides,
  • Rock slopes,
  • Landscape changes,
  • Strength of materials

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Kevin Michael Schmidt.
    ContributionsTimber-Fish-Wildlife Project (Wash.)
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, 166 p. :
    Number of Pages166
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17806052M
    OCLC/WorldCa37622617

    Over the more distant past, prior to large-scale modifications of the land surface by human activity, the hillslope formation process is envisioned to have been dominated by a continual, but episodic sequence of shallow, and less frequent, deep-seated, landslides (Schulz, ; Schulz et al., ). As the toes of the bluffs are oversteepened   Roering, J.J.,* J.W. Kirchner and W.E. Dietrich, Characterizing structural and lithologic controls on deep-seated landsliding: implications for topographic relief and landscape evolution in the Oregon Coast Range, USA, Geological Society of America Bulletin, in press, , , ~kirchner/

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Mountain scale strength properties, deep-seated landsliding, and relief limits by Kevin Michael Schmidt Download PDF EPUB FB2

Mountain Scale Strength Properties, Deep-Seated Landsliding, and Relief Limits Kevin Michael Schmidt A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science University of Washington Approved by Program Authorized to OfferDegree- Deuartment ofGeolorrical Sciences Date December 9.

mountain-scale rock strength might be low enoughto limit reliefin bedrocklandscapes (1). Througha regional field test ofa slope stability model, we demonstrate here that mountain-scale material strength can limit relief development in bedrock landscapes.

A model for bedrock landsliding pro-vides a framework for prediction of the maximumsize   Characterizing structural and lithologic controls on deep-seated landsliding: Implications for topographic relief and landscape evolution in the Oregon Coast Range, USA Joshua J.

Roering1, James W. Kirchner2, and William E. Dietrich2 1 Departm ent of G ological Sci nces University of Oregon Eugene, OR Ph: () ~bill/papers/pdf.

Amir Sheikh assists in GIS based research and classroom support with members of the Puget Sound River History Project, the Geomorphological Research Group (GRG), the Quaternary Research Center (QRC), and the Puget Sound Regional Synthesis Model (PRISM) program.

He is experienced in both geomorphologic and ecological applications of spatial analysis including a) The role of landslides in mountain range evolution limited by their large-scale strength properties. Although the detachment areas of deep-seated bedrock landslides (Hovius et al., / Topographic relief in mountain ranges can be conceptually divided into two components: relief on unchanneled or colluvial hillslopes, and relief on the fluvial river network.

Observations from some tectonically active mountain ranges suggest that the fluvial network spans 80% or more of the Mountain scale strength properties relief (Whipple and Tucker,Whipple, ).

Uterature Search of Effects of Timber Harvest To Deep-Seated Landslides, Thomas E. Koler, June (32) Bedload Transport and Large Organic Debris in Deep Mountain Streams in Forested Watersheds on the Olympic Peninsula, Washington: Final Report, Matthew O'Connor, Mountain Scale Strength Properties, Deep-Seated Landsliding, and Relief   Schmidt KM () Mountain scale strength properties, deep-seated landsliding and relief limits.

MS thesis, Department of Geological Sciences, University of Washington, Seattle   The Adaptive Management Program was created to provide science-based recommendations and technical information to assist the Forest Practices Board in determining if and when it is necessary or advisable to adjust rules and guidance.

This page contains research and monitoring documents that provide scientific information that supports the Adaptive Management The landslide causes and triggers listed in Table include conditions or processes acting both internally and externally to the slope and can reduce the FoS through an increase in the shear stresses, a reduction in the shear strength, or in some cases either of these (Terzaghi,Varnes,WG/WLI, ).

The material strength of rock sets limits on topographic relief and modulates feedbacks between surface processes, tectonics, and climate (Schmidt and Montgomery, ; Burbank et al., ; Montgomery and Brandon, ).The strength of upper crustal earth materials generally is described using Mohr-Coulomb failure criteria, where shear strength is defined as the shear stress at failure, which According to the literature, the mean depth of shallow slides ranges between 1 and 5 m, and the mean depth of deep-seated slides is > 5 m (Malamud et al.

;Harp and Jibson ). Characterizing Slope Stability of Colluvial Soils in Ohio Using LiDAR Data A Ph.D. Dissertation Proposal Matthew Waugh Department of Geology Kent State University Advisor: Dr. Abdul Shakoor 2.

Statement of Problem Slope instability in colluvial soils has been a recurring problem along roadways throughout the state of Ohio (Figures 1a, 1b, 1c). Obviously, rock mass properties, which can be subsumed as strength and incision limits to hillslope stability and relief [Schmidt and Montgomery, ], become important con-trols on dictating the rates of local hillslope relief adjust-ment to channel processes.

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This paper presents a short history of the appraisal of laser scanner technologies in geosciences used for imaging relief by high-resolution digital elevation models (HRDEMs) or 3D models.

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