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Title
Landslide Risk Case Studies in Forest Development Planning and Operations
Author
Wise, M.P.
Date
2004
Abstract
This document was produced for Resource Tenures and Engineering Branch by Research Branch. This handbook presents a framework for landslide risk management, describes technical terms and methods of landslide risk analysis, and presents 8 case studies prepared by experienced and knowledgeable terrain stability professionals. It has been prepared for both terrain stability professionals and forest resource managers. The objectives of the case studies are: to demonstrate approaches for the analysis of landslide risk in forest development, based on a common framework, terms and concepts; to illustrate different types of analyses for estimating landslide probability and consequence for cases with differing site conditions and elements; and to highlight the application of current terrain stability research in professional practice in the BC Forest Sector.
Report Number
LMH56
 
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