2 edition of Landslide loss reduction found in the catalog.
Landslide loss reduction
Robert L. Wold
|Statement||by Robert L. Wold, Jr. and Candace L. Jochim.|
|Series||Earthquake hazards reduction series ;, 52|
|Contributions||Jochim, Candace L., United States. Federal Emergency Management Agency., Colorado Geological Survey.|
|LC Classifications||QE599.2 .W65 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 50 p. :|
|Number of Pages||50|
|LC Control Number||99190140|
1st NORTH AMERICAN LANDSLIDE CONFERENCE Landslides and Society: Integrated Science, Engineering, Management, and Mitigation (book) form and on CD-ROM, as well as a conference program with abstracts • George G. MaderUSA– “Loss Reduction Strategies” • William T. Laprade (USA) – “Effects of Urbanization and Development on. What is a Landslide? Landslides are among the many natural disasters causing massive destructions and loss of lives across the globe. According to a survey study by the International Landslide Centre at Durham University, UK, 2, fatal landslides occurred between and These landslides resulted in the death of o people.
Guideline on Landslide Treatment and Mitigation | v Preface The working group on “Landslide Treatment and Mitigation” was established following the recommendations of the consultative workshop on “Landslide Inventory, Risk Assessment, and Mitigation” organized by the Department of SoilFile Size: 7MB. Types, Causes and Mitigation of Landslides Question: The district authority in Nawalparasi opened the gates of the Gandak Canal after the landslide at Ramche in Myagdi district blocked the Kali Gandaki river in Nepal. The Himalayan kingdom is also facing threats of flooding following massive landslides.
The ratio of publications on landslide risk reduction versus publications on landslides for landslide-prone tropical countries does not vary much between these countries (average: ). A significant fraction () of all known landslide hazard reduction measures are neither implemented nor recommended according to our by: • risk mitigation pays – but too few Cost Benefit Analyses to confirm this (Twigg ) • Zeconomic losses due to risk are increasing but normalised data shows no trend (Pielke et al ) • providing the public with information on hazards encourages preparation – an unfounded assumption (Paton ) • future context is today [s world, with modest variations.
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5 Loss Reduction Strategies A successful loss reduction program must be based on effective application of landslide information at federal, state, and local levels. While recognizing that significant improvements in our ability to mitigate landslide losses undoubtedly will be developed in the future, a wide range of effective loss reduction.
Individual States and local jurisdictions can adapt the suggestions in this book to meet their own unique needs. Size Publication Date; Landslide Loss Reduction: A Guide for State and Local Government Planning.
M: August 1, Landslide Loss Reduction: A Guide for State and Local Government Planning. M: August 1, Cover-Chapter. FEMALandslide Loss Reduction: A Guide for State and Local Government Planning.
The purpose of this guidebook is to provide a practical, politically feasible guide for State and local officials involved in landslide hazard mitigation.
The guidebook presents concepts and a framework for the preparation of State and local landslide hazard. Landslide Loss Reduction: A Guide for State and Local Government Planning (FEMA ) [Federal Emergency Management Agency] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
According to available information, landsliding in the United States causes an average of 25 to 50 deaths and $1 to $2 billion in economic losses annually. Although all 50 states are subject to landslide activity. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: / The committee recommends that a national strategy for landslide loss reduction promote the use of risk analysis techniques to guide loss reduction efforts at the state and local levels.
Because the state of the art of landslide risk analysis is evolving, further development. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Wold, Robert L. Landslide loss reduction.
Denver, Colo.: Colorado Geological Survey, Dept. of Natural Resources, This book will help in readers deciding on their acceptable risk from landslides and if there is a need for loss- reduction and risk -reduction.
It is not possible to include here in detail all the landslide loss-reduction techniques, both structural and non-structural, that are currently available in the literature. The book aims to establish three foundations for delivering ex-ante landslide risk reduction:?a scientific base: landslide hazard can often be reduced through the construction of strategically aligned networks of surface drains;?a community base: community residents are not just seen as those?at risk.
but as the people with the best. Additional Physical Format: Print version: Wold, Robert L. Landslide loss reduction. viii, 50 p. (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government.
H.R. (th). To establish a national program to identify landslide hazards and reduce loss from landslides, and for other purposes.
Ina database of bills in the U.S. Congress. Landslide hazard analysis and mapping can provide useful information for catastrophic loss reduction, and assist in the development of guidelines for sustainable land-use planning. The analysis is used to identify the factors that are related to landslides.
The NRC panel suggests that substantially increased funding will be required to implement a national landslide mitigation program, and that as part of a year program the funding mix should transition from research and guideline development to partnership-based implementation of loss reduction measures.
This book documents the First World Landslide Forum, which was jointly organized by the International Consortium on Landslides (ICL), eight UN organizations (UNESCO, WMO, FAO. Landslide loss reduction: a guide for state and local government planning. The problem with landslide risk management is that it is seen as a series of events leading to landslide risk reduction.
It includes landslide monitoring, mapping, landslide forecast, engineering, slope strengthening, insurance and others. Strictly speaking, geological risk management includes: 1. Risk analysis and assessment; 2. Abstract This book has two main aims: to demonstrate to international development agencies, governments, policy makers, project managers, practitioners, and community residents that landslide hazard can often be reduced in vulnerable urban communities in the developing world, and to provide practical guidance for those in charge of delivering Management of Slope Stability in Communities.
Landslide Hazard and Risk brings together a wide range ofexperience, covering the social, economic and cultural context,management options, and the application of science and technology,for the reduction of risk from landslides. This book is dividedinto four major parts covering conceptual models in approachinglandslide risk, evaluation of risk.
The book’s nine chapters provide guidance to project managers and practitioners on the entire end-to-end process of community-based landslide risk reduction. While certain chapters are more directly relevant to one audience than another, it is helpful for all audiences to read the ‘getting started’ section of each chapter and be alerted.
National landslide hazards mitigation strategy: A framework for loss reduction (Circular) [Elliott C Spiker] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Elliott C Spiker. National Landslide Hazards Mitigation Strategy A Framework for Loss Reduction 1.
Introduction Landslides and other forms of ground failure impact communities all across the Nation. Despite advances in science and technology, losses continue to result in human suffering, billions of dollars in property losses, and environmental Size: 1MB.
A landslide is a sudden mass movement of soil, artificial fill, and/or rock down a slope. Landslides include many different kinds of mass movements, including falls, topples, slides, spreads, flows, or a combination of one or more of these movements.
Slopes of almost any angle, from slight hills to steep mountains, can fail in a sudden landslide.The Landslide Handbook— A Guide to Understanding Landslides By Lynn M.
Highland, United States Geological Survey, and Peter Bobrowsky, Geological Survey of Canada Circular U.S. Department of the Interior U.S. Geological SurveyFile Size: 4MB.Landslide is a first-person narrative novel written by English author Desmond Bagley, and was first published in Plot summary.
This story revolves around the protagonist, Bob Boyd, who is a geologist and works in British Columbia timber country. He has no memory of his past following a terrible car accident. At the start of the novel he arrives in a small town – Fort Farrell, located Author: Desmond Bagley.