3 edition of Landslides and landslide management in South Wales found in the catalog.
Landslides and landslide management in South Wales
|Statement||edited by H.J. Siddle, E.N. Bromhead and M.G. Bassett.|
|Series||Geological series -- no. 18, Geological series (National Museum of Wales) -- no. 18|
|Contributions||Siddle, H. J., Bromhead, Eddie., Bassett, Michael G., Great Britain. Welsh Office., Great Britain. Dept. of the Environment., National Museums and Galleries of Wales., International Symposium on Landslides (8th : 2000 : Cardiff, Wales)|
|LC Classifications||QE599.G7 L36 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||116 p. :|
|Number of Pages||116|
The Aberfan disaster was the catastrophic collapse of a colliery spoil tip at around am on 21 November The tip had been created on a mountain slope above the Welsh village of Aberfan, near Merthyr Tydfil, and overlaid a natural spring. A period of heavy rain led to a build-up of water within the tip which caused it to suddenly slide downhill as a slurry, killing children and 28 adults as it engulfed Coordinates: 51°41′41″N 3°20′51″W / . A landslide is the rapid mass movement of soil, mud and/or rocks downhill due to the pull of gravity. Landslides are very common and occur in a variety of forms. Land may topple off in a big chunk, or slip down in bits. Landslide may be composed of mud or may contain rocks and other debris. Most landslides occur gradually, but some may be sudden.
Landslides and landslide management in N Wales, National Museum of Wales Geological Series no 22 Cardiff. Siddle, H.J., Bromhead, E.N., & Bassett, M.G., [Eds] Landslides and landslide management in S Wales, National Museum of Wales Geological Series no 18 Cardiff Related Sections: Coastal flooding in Wales: River Flooding in Wales. Apr 01, · This emphasises the value of GIS techniques, incorporating direct and indirect landslide mapping, in landslide susceptibility modelling and associated landslide management. Slope instability is a significant environmental hazard in North-East Wales, Author: S. A. Miller, M. Degg.
Cambridge Core - Geomorphology and Physical Geography - Landslides - edited by John J. Clague. This was a prescient act as the rainfall duly triggered extensive flooding and a number of significant landslides. South Wales is a landslide prone environment – the Welsh Valleys have many natural landslides and, of course, many more that are a legacy of the mining coal mining that so dominated this area for many decades.
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A brief history of landslide research in South Wales / H.J. Siddle and S.P. Bentley --Landslide survey and research in the South Wales coalfield by the British Geological Survey / A. Forster, K.J. Northmore and P.R.N.
Hobbs --The influence of mining subsidence on the hydrogeology of Carboniferous sandstones at Aberfan / J.D. Mather --Glacial. Landslide Research 1 A brief history of landslide research in South Wales By H J SlDDLEand S P BENTLEY.
Landslide survey and research in the South Wales Coalfield by the British Geological Survey By A FORSTER K J NORTHMORE and P R N HOBBS. Note: Citations are based on reference standards.
However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied. Nov 01, · At first glance, this book appears to support the Minister’s point.
In South Wales, on Friday 21 Octobera landslide from an unstable coal refuse bank swept through Aberfan village killing people, of them children. It remains the UK’s worst landslide disaster. Cited by: Landslides and Landslide Management in South Wales by H. Siddle, E. Bromhead & M. Basset (eds) (National Museum & Galleries of Wales,ISBN 0 3, paperback, £, pp.) First published: 16 August Implementation of this type of movement analysis is outlined for a landslide site in Gwent, South Wales, U.
K., where a debris apron associated with a rock failure is currently moving at about 3. In South Wales, on Friday 21 Octobera landslide from an unstable coal refuse bank swept through Aberfan village killing people, of them children. Aug 16, · Landslides and Landslide Management in South Wales by H.
Siddle, E. Bromhead & M. Basset (eds) (National Museum & Galleries of Wales,ISBN 0 3, paperback, £, pp.) First published: May Full publication history. May 01, · Read "Landslides and Landslide Management in South Wales, Geology Today" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips.
Jul 07, · The paper presents the state of the art of embracing environmental management in landslide stabilisation in South Wales drawing on the experience from a current Forest Enterprise programme to stabilise a number of landslides on its property.
Jan 18, · This paper refers to an Australian regional case study of urban landslide management in the Wollongong region, New South Wales. The research carried out by the authors over two decades at the University of Wollongong has enhanced the resilience and sustainability of landslide management Cited by: 7.
The areal density of landslides in the coalfield of South Wales is one of the highest in the U.K. During the past years landsliding has had considerable impact, causing structural damage and loss of lphsbands.com by: Landslide management In South Wales, and in other areas of the UK with histories of slope movements, landslide man- agement falls within the remit of many organis- ations, each of which requires different types of information to fulfil its lphsbands.com by: Summary.
Landslide Risk Management comprises the proceedings of the International Conference on Landslide Risk Management, held in Vancouver, Canada, from May 31 to June 3, The first part of the book contains state-of-the-art and invited lectures, prepared by teams of authors selected for their experience in specific topics assigned.
Mar 01, · The areal density of landslides in the coalfield of South Wales is one of the highest in the UK. During the past years landsliding has had considerable impact, causing structural damage and loss of life. Most of the landslides were initiated under periglacial conditions but many became reactivated due to the activities of humans, particularly during the late 19 th century when widespread Cited by: 4.
Aug 21, · The UK is a country with limited direct experience of natural disasters. Whilst landslide losses are not negligible and fatalities are rare, accounts are under-reported.
Financial losses from landslides are poorly understood but likely to be considerably in excess of £10 million per lphsbands.com by: Description.
Landslides are the most costly geo-hazard in the world, and they’re often the cause or the result of other hazards and disasters such as tsunamis, earthquakes, wildfires, and volcanic eruptions.
Landslide Hazards, Risks, and Disasters makes a close and detailed examination of major mass movements and provides measures. The BGS National Landslide Database (NLD) is the most extensive source of information on landslides in Great Britain.
Selected information from the database is now available as a free online resource as part of our online GIS — the GeoIndex, where you will need to select the Hazards theme. Sep 30, · Live updates as heavy rain causes flooding and landslides across Wales - and more bad weather on the way Flash flooding caused problems over.
occurrence of landslides and to reduce their impact, including risk to human safety. The adopted approaches and systems must be sustainable and resilient in relation to the communities that are at risk.
This paper refers to an Australian regional case study of urban landslide management in the Wollongong region, New South lphsbands.com by: 7. Its journals, Special Publications and books are internationally renowned and are available electronically via the Society's own Lyell Collection, and also via GeoScienceWorld.
Landslides and Landslide Management in South Wales.For the 9th ICFL some of the best known and studied landslides in Southern Britain were visited. These included: the Ventnor Undercliff landslide on the Isle of Wight; the landslides along the South Dorset coast, such as Black Ven and the Isle of Portland; the South Wales Coalfield landslides; and the Cotswold Hills around lphsbands.com: J.S.
Griffiths, R.G. Thomas.South Wales Coalfield. This project provided new information on the long-term effects of coal mining activity, such as uplift, subsidence and landslides, and will support decision making for land use planning and infrastructure asset management in Wales.
Urban Geology for City Regions.