+ Translate

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

, : 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

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.

(PDF 0-2 workdays service)

Accession: 002200678

Submit PDF Full Text: Here

Submit PDF Full Text

No spam - Every submission is manually reviewed

Due to poor quality, we do not accept files from Researchgate

Submitted PDF Full Texts will always be free for everyone
(We only charge for PDFs that we need to acquire)

Select a PDF file:

Related references

Furbish, D.J.; Rice, R.M., 1983: Predicting landslides related to clearcut logging, northwestern California, USA. Data were collected from aerial photographs of conditions associated with a sample of logging-related slides and randomly located stable sites, and discriminant analysis was used to develop an equation that distinguishes the 2 types of site - slid...

Stewart, G.; Dieu, J.; O'Connor, M., 2009: A post-mortem examination of landslide occurrence related to the December 2007 storm in western Washington. In 2006, scientists associated with Washington State's Forest Practices Adaptive Management Program designed a study to evaluate the effectiveness of Washington State's Forest Practices Rules with respect to landslide occurrence. The stu...

Haufe, W.; Geidel, H., 1978: On the estimation of yield stability with varieties and strains part 1 definitions parameters of stability and their possibilities of interpretation. Several statistical approaches are considered towards arriving at the most consistent possible yields of any crop, such as sugar beets. An example lists yields of 4 varieties of 5 different locations. From these data mean values and SD are calcula...

F.Zhuan yuan, 1982: The seven classes and seven models of landslide's classification and the law of landslide's distribution in Chinese railways. Pages 161-168 1982

Fannin R.J.; Wise M.P.; Wilkinson J.M.T.; Rollerson T.P., 1996: Landslide initiation and runout on clearcut hillslopes. Proceedings of the International Symposium on Landslides = Comptes Rendus du Symposium International sur les Glissements de Terrain 7, Vol

Hooven, E.F., 1973: A wildlife brief for the clearcut logging of Douglas-Fir. On the basis of the literature, the author discusses the beneficial effects that the clear felling of small, non-continuous areas (mostly ranging from 30 to 60 acres) has in providing varied habitats for wildlife in Oregon.

Pengelly, Wl, 1972: Detrimental aspects of clearcut logging on wildlife

Barbour, M.G.; Fernau, R.F.; Benayas, J.M.R.y; Jurjavcic, N.; Royce, E.B., 1998: Tree regeneration following clearcut logging in red fir forests of California. We sampled red fir (Abies magnifica) clearcuts of various age to identify site factors that predict successful regeneration. During three field seasons, 113 clearcuts were sampled in five national forests along the western slope of the Sierra Neva...

Vale, Tr, 1988: Clearcut logging, vegetation dynamics, and human wisdom. Geographical review 78(4): 375-386

Schaefer, J., A.; Mahoney, S., P., 2007: Effects of progressive clearcut logging on Newfoundland Caribou. Logging has often been implicated in the decline of caribou (Rangifer tarandus), but its effects are incompletely understood. We used a distance-based approach to assess the effects of progressive clearcut logging on the summer (28 May to 15 Sep)...