3 edition of Landslides of Oregon found in the catalog.
Landslides of Oregon
John Vincent Byrne
|Statement||John V. Byrne & William B. North.|
|Series||S.G -- no. 5|
|Contributions||North, William B.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||14 p. :|
|Number of Pages||14|
Landslides in the United States occur in all 50 States. The primary regions of landslide occurrence and potential are the coastal and mountainous areas of California, Oregon, and Washington, the States comprising the intermountain west, and the mountainous and hilly regions of the Eastern United States. Students explore how different materials (sand, gravel, lava rock) with different water contents on different slopes result in landslides of different severity. They measure the severity by how far the landslide debris extends into model houses placed in the flood plain. This activity is a small-scale model of a debris chute currently being used by engineers and scientists to study landslide.
Killer Landslides PBS Airdate: Novem In Oregon, Richard Iverson oversees experiments at the world's largest landslide flume, a . Today, the department provides earth science information and regulation to make Oregon safe and prosperous. The Geological Survey & Services program develops maps, reports and data to help Oregon manage natural resources and prepare for natural hazards such as earthquakes, tsunamis, landslides, floods, volcanic eruptions and coastal erosion.
The Bridge of the Gods was a natural dam created by the Bonneville Slide, a major landslide that dammed the Columbia River near present-day Cascade Locks, Oregon in the Pacific Northwest of the United river eventually breached the bridge and washed much of it away, but the event is remembered in local legends of the Native Americans as the Bridge of the Gods. Landslides can also present serious threats to buildings and homes built in slide paths. As a a widespread and active geologic hazard in many areas of Colorado, landslides that pose the highest risk to communities, areas, and infrastructure are carefully mapped and inventoried by the CGS.
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When the first edition of Roadside Geology of Oregon was published init was revolutionary the first book in a series designed to educate, inspire, and wow nongeologists. Back then, the implications of plate tectonic theory were only beginning to shape geologic research and discussion.
Geologists hadn t yet learned that Oregon s Klamath and Blue Mountains were pieces of far-traveled Cited by: 1. Large landslides from 10 to 50 km 2 occur in the Columbia River Gorge where construction is required for major transportation and hydrologic facilities.
Geologic conditions conducive to landsliding include more than 1, m of topographic relief, high rainfall ( cm/yr), erosional exposure of water-saturated plastic clayey layers under permeable rock masses, and a regional 5° to 30° dip.
A variety of mass-movement processes interact to form complex mass-movement terrains in the western Cascade Range in Oregon. Slow, deep-seated (>5 m depth) processes of creep, slump, and earthflow operate simultaneously and sequentially, resulting in unstable conditions that may initiate rapid, shallow.
Abstract. Coseismic landslides are important effects of strong earthquakes and one of the most poorly understood.
Such landslides are driven by inertial forces acting on slopes and can vary in size from individual rock blocks of a few m 3 in volume to catastrophic rock avalanches of many Mm 3, which can claim many thousands of capability of an earthquake to trigger a landslide is a.
Engineering history and impacts of the Bonneville landslide, Columbia River Gorge, Washington–Oregon, USA By Robert L. Schuster, Patrick T. Pringle The km 2 Bonneville rock slide–debris avalanche temporarily dammed the Columbia River some – calendar yrs BP (AD–), Landslides of Oregon book a short-lived “land bridge” that Native Author: Robert L.
Schuster, Patrick T. Pringle. Landslides are a natural, geologic process Although they can be damaging, landslides and debris flows are also a natural geologic process that can provide important long-term benefits to stream ecosystems.
In the short-term, the fine sediment from landslides can suffocate fish. A recent study by the Oregon Department of Forestry confirmed that landslides occur in forests of all ages, whether or not they have been harvested. This study, the largest ground-based investigation ever conducted of landslides, found that timber harvesting on very steep slopes will likely increase landslide occurrence for a period of roughly.
Portland, OR—The National Weather Service has issued flood watches for portions of northwest Oregon, including the Coast Range of northwest Oregon and north Oregon coast for Thursday, Janu through the evening.
Heavy rain can trigger landslides and debris flows in steep terrain, and the risk is higher in burn areas. A new U.S. Geological Survey map of Puerto Rico shows the relative risks of landslides due to the kind of intense rainfall brought on by hurricanes.
It identifies 20% of the island as at high risk, 9% at very high risk, and 1% at extremely high risk of landslides under those conditions. Landslide Types and Processes Oregon, and Washington, the States comprising the intermountain west, and the mountainous and hilly regions of the Eastern United States.
Alaska and Hawaii also experience all types of landslides. Landslides in the United States cause approximately $ billion (year dollars) in dam-age, and kill between.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages: illustrations, diagrams, graphs, maps ; 28 cm. Contents: Landslide perspectives --Regional landslide types in Canada --Causes of rock-slope failure in a cold area: Labrador-Ungava --Large landslides of the Columbia River Gorge, Oregon and Washington --Regional slope-stability controls and engineering geology.
Heavy rains that plagued Colorado Springs during spring and summer saturated slopes and caused significant damage to public infrastructure and prompted the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to issue a Major Disaster Declaration on J (“Colorado Severe Storms, Tornadoes, Flooding, Landslides, and Mudslides (DR)”).
The landslides are delineated with polygon and line features as well as given 17 unique attributes, including a movement type, a movement azimuth, and a confidence rating (how certain the geologist is that the feature is a landslide). A percentage of the landslides are field-checked and all landslide polygons are reviewed by a licensed geologist.
Landslides can and do occur in every state and territory of the U.S.; however, the type, severity, and frequency of landslide activity varies from place to place, depending on the terrain, geology, and climate. Major storms have caused major or widespread landslides in Washington state, Oregon, California, Colorado, Idaho, Hawaii, Virginia.
Our first trip to the Oregon Coast was fabulous. Love the Salishan Resort. The staff was gracious and kind. Great golfing, tennis, hiking, whale and seal watching. The scenery on the coast and beaches were beautiful (better than California and Cabo). The food was excellent and comes from local farms in Oregon.
A must try vacation. Most importantly, landslides remain a significant hazard to people, housing, infrastructure, and land use in many parts of the world. Recommend this book Email your librarian or administrator to recommend adding this book to your organisation's collection.
When the first edition of Roadside Geology of Oregon was published init was revolutionary—the first book in a series designed to educate, inspire, and wow nongeologists.
Back then, the implications of plate tectonic theory were only beginning to shape geologic research and discussion/5(79). Get this from a library. Using Repeat Terrestrial Laser Scanning and Photogrammetry to Monitor Reactivation of the Silt Creek Landslide in the Western Cascade Mountains, Linn County, Oregon.
[Justin Craig McCarley] -- Landslides represent a serious hazard to people and property in the Pacific Northwest. Currently, the factors leading to sudden catastrophic failure vs. gradual slow creeping are. LANDSLIDES Processes, Prediction, and Land Use Roy C. Sidle Hirotaka Ochiai American Geophysical Union o Western Oregon Forest Practices Example.
o British Columbia Terrain Hazard This book marks the culmination of 5 years of writing as well as the cumulative. The coastal mountains that run through Washington, Oregon, and California have an increased risk of landslides - so do the mountains of the Intermountain West and the mountain chains of the East.
Canyon Creek, flooding, geology, landslides, precipitation, soils, South Umpqua River Notes On Januthanks to heavy rainfall on already saturated soil, an almost instantaneous catastrophic landslide took place near Canyonville.
Portland Home Buyers’ Guide to Landslides Portland, Oregon is one of the safest places to live in the country.
We have a low crime rate, our air quality is great, and hurricanes and tornadoes are pretty much nonexistent.A study has been conducted in Newell Creek Canyon near Oregon City, Oregon, T3S, T2S, R2E. A landslide inventory has located 53 landslides in the km[sup 2] area.
The landslides range in area from approximatm[sup 2] to 10m[sup 2]. Past slides cover an approximate 7% of the canyon area.