Engineers Australia

Volume 37, Number 2

Australian Geomechanics Journal
Volume 37, Number 2

May 2002

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In this issue

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Cover

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Contents

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Landslide risk management concepts and guidelines

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Discussion: "Landslide risk management concepts and guidelines"

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Response to discussion by Garth Powell

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Landslide risk management - Letters to the Editor

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Estimation of travel distance for landslides in soil slopes

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Probability calculations for a number of events

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Relating qualitative and quantitative frequencies and probabilities for landslide risk assessment

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An example of semi-quantitative landslide risk management for an individual lot in Northern Sydney

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An example of qualitative and semi-quantitative landslide risk management for an individual lot in the Wollongong Area

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The RTA Guide to slope risk analysis Version 3.1

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A study of the accuracy and precision of some landslide risk analyses

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Frequency of landsliding as part of risk assessment

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Quantitative risk assessment of the Thredbo Landslide

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Landslide risk assessment for Geehi aqueduct, Snowy Mountains

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Implementing the AGS Lanslide Risk Management Guidelines in a municipal planning scheme - A case study in the Colac Otway Shire, Victoria

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Risk analysis of the proposed Hides LNG Pipeline, Papua New Guinea

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Implementation of landslide risk management on the City of Gold Coast