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Quantitative definitions of stability classes as related to post-logging clearcut landslide occurrence: Part II

Land Management Report Ministry of Forests, British Columbia ( 56): 167-184
Quantitative definitions of stability classes as related to post-logging clearcut landslide occurrence: Part II
Slope stability following clear felling was examined in the Norrish-Cascade watershed, British Columbia, using a recently developed terrain classification method. The watershed was split into homogeneous terrain unit (polygons) with respect to material, texture, surface expression and process.

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