02022012 35 Preventive Measures Increasing Drainage plastic sheets culverts

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02/02/2012 35 Preventive Measures: - Increasing Drainage (plastic sheets, culverts, internal pipes); - Increasing Resistive Forces (surface coatings, support walls, extra load on landslide toe); - Decreasing Driving Forces (unloading landslide head)
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02/02/2012 37 Plastic Foil - Decreasing Infiltration
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02/02/2012 38 Surface Drainage Systems
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02/02/2012 39 Lateral Support Wall
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02/02/2012 40 Zoning in Landslide Areas
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02/02/2012 41 Static vs. Dynamic Safety (during earthquakes)
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02/02/2012 42 Earthquake Triggering
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02/02/2012 43 Subsidence due to pumping of water and oil/gas
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02/02/2012 44 Subsidence in Southern California from InSAR
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02/02/2012 45 Subsidence in New Orleans (sediment compaction)
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02/02/2012 46 Subsidence due to karst Pretty much wherever there are soluble rocks (e.g., limestone) on the surface or near the surface, including on UCSC campus where we have sinkholes.
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02/02/2012 47 Karst landscape: sinkholes, blind valleys, caves
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02/02/2012 48 Collapse sinkhole
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02/02/2012 49 Earth & Marine Sciences Bldg
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