Public Resources

13th ANZ Conference on Geomechanics

Miscellaneous papers

ISC’5, Gold Coast 2016 Proceedings

18th ICSMGE, Paris 2013 Proceedings

Landslide Risk Management (2007)

Landslide Risk Management (2000)

Landslide Hazards (2015)

This non-mandatory Handbook has been developed to provide guidance to its users on the issues relating to building on sites that are prone to landslide hazard, including the planning, design, construction and maintenance of buildings and structures on such sites.

NSW Sydney – Public Resources

Sydney Symposium Proceedings 1972, 2010-2021

Illustrative Sections Depicting Landslide Susceptibility Of The Illawarra Escarpment (2012)

The Society actively encourages dissemination and use of its material, as do the authors in regard to these Illustrative Sections. Should the sections be used in other publications, the source (this paper and this journal) should be prominently acknowledged and duly referenced. Copyright of the sections rests, and will continue to rest irrevocably, with the Australian Geomechanics Society (AGS).

Victoria – Public Resources

South Australia/Northern Territory – Public Resources

Western Australia – Public Resources

The Engineering of the Coastal Limestones of Western Australia

In March 2008, the Western Australian Chapter of the AGS held a seminar on The Engineering of the Coastal Limestones of Western Australia. The aim of the seminar was to educate engineers and geologists about the characteristics of the limestone of Western Australia and provide case studies that demonstrate the engineering challenges presented by this material.

The seminar included presentations by academics and local practitioners who have many years of experience in characterising and working with Limestones in Western Australia. An afternoon field trip to sites around Perth was conducted to observe the stratigraphy and engineering features of the limestones.

Some of the presentations given at this seminar are available to download:

WA Ground Improvement Workshop

Geotechnical Borehole Database: Perth, Central Business District