Landslide Risk Assessment

The second edition of this book reflects changes, updates and the authors additional experiences over the 10 years that have passed since the original publication. The book is an excellently written guide to landslide risk assessment, covering multiple aspects of importance to both practitioners and researchers in this field. The authors begin with a robust and useful set of definitions and define the context of the risk covered in the book as being the risk that landslides present to human society. The clear and engaging style of the book lends itself well to the subject and avoids the tendency for literature relating to geotechnical risk to be detailed, technically complex discussions of statistical and probabilistic approaches, which can be somewhat inaccessible to many of us. What this book provides is a clear understanding of the context in which these methods should be used and numerous real case histories where different techniques of differing complexity have been used.

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In this second edition new information is included on pipelines, deepwater oil and gas, and remote sensing imagery with GIS. The sections on probabilistic methods and quantitative hazard and risk assessment have been expanded. New case studies and practical do’s and don’t’s make this product a vital handbook for all those working in the field.

Weight 1 kg
Dimensions 24 × 19 × 3 cm
Book Author

David Jones, E. Mark Lee











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