6 edition of Landslide Processes of the Eastern United States and Puerto Rico found in the catalog.
Landslide Processes of the Eastern United States and Puerto Rico
Arthur P. Schultz
April 1990 by Geological Society of Amer .
Written in English
|Contributions||Randall W. Jibson (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||102|
United States Geological Survey Landslide Program and National Landslide Information Center Mail Stop , Box , Denver Federal Center Puerto Rico, landslide, This landslide destroyed houses and killed at least people. The landslide processes, including debris flows and cut-and-fill failures. (Reference 4)File Size: 39MB. Financing Landslide Hazard Mitigation in the United States. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 39~3~: OMB (Office of Management and Budget), Puerto Rico (Spanish for "Rich Port"), officially the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico (Estado Libre Asociado de Puerto Rico, "Free Associated State of Puerto Rico") and briefly called Porto Rico, is an unincorporated territory of the United States located in the northeast Caribbean Sea. relations. Landslides in Puerto Rico (1 C, 3 F) Landslide damage in the United States (1 C, 2 F) Utah (2 C, 34 F) Media in category "Landslides in the United States" The following 33 files are in this category, out of 33 total. "Sandfall" in Spooky Slot Canyon - 2, × 3,;.
A preliminary landslide location map was prepared as part of a U.S. Geological Survey investigation of landslide hazards in Puerto Rico in cooperation with the Puerto Rico Planning Board. Presented here are preliminary observations based on examination of aerial photography (years , , , , , , ) and field surveys.
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"Slope movements triggered by heavy rainfall, November 3–5,in Virginia and West Virginia, U.S.A.", Landslide processes of the eastern United States and Puerto Rico, Arthur P. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: vi, pages: illustrations ; 28 cm. Contents: Slope movements triggered by heavy rainfall, November, in Virginia and West Virginia, U.S.A.
/ Robert B. Jacobson, Elizabeth D. Cron, and John P. McGeehin --Factors influencing the distribution of debris avalanches associated with the Hurricane Camille in Nelson. Jeffrey J. Gryta, Mervin J. Bartholomew, "Factors influencing the distribution of debris avalanches associated with the Hurricane Camille in Nelson County, Virginia", Landslide processes of the eastern United States and Puerto Rico, Arthur P.
Schultz, Randall W. Jibson. USGS mapping of landslide density for failures triggered by Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico. The USGS has now posted online a map of the landslide density for failures triggered by Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico in Septemberfollowing on from their earlier work on landslide mapping has been undertaken using high resolution satellite images.
Shallow soil slips, earth and debris slides appear to be a primary mechanism of hillslope denudation in the rainforest of eastern Puerto Rico. Annual rainfall in excess of 4, mm, and thick sequences (up to 20 m) of residual soils (saprolite) combine to produce these landslides. Shear strength testing and observatons of tension cracks indicate that landslides may start as tensile failure of Cited by: 3.
The Puerto Rico floods produced the deadliest single landslide on record in North America, killing at least people in the Mameyes neighborhood of barrio Portugués Urbano in floods were the result of a westward-moving tropical wave that emerged off the coast of Africa on September The system moved into the Caribbean Sea on October 5 and produced torrential rainfall Location: Puerto Rico.
LANDSLIDES IN PUERTO RICO Introduction. The Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, a possession of the United States, lies about kilometers southeast of the U.S.
mainland at the eastern extremity of the Greater Antilles. Puerto Rico has an area of square kilometers, about 70 to 80 percent of which is hilly or mountainous. Landslides occur in all geographic regions of the nation in response to a wide range of conditions and triggering processes that include storms, earthquakes, and human activities.
Landslides in the United States result in an estimated average of 25 to 50 deaths annually and cost $1 to 3 billion per year. An average of people are killed by landslides each year in the United States. The worldwide death toll per year due to landslides is in the thousands. Most landslide fatalities are from rock falls, debris flows, or volcanic debris flows (called lahars).
Twenty-three people were killed, at least injured, and more than homes were. The risk of landslides during intense or prolonged rainfall is high in steeply sloping areas such as the municipality of Ponce, where 56 percent of the square-kilometer municipality has slopes 10 degrees or greater.
These are areas where the possibility of landsliding increases when triggering conditions such as heavy rainfall or excavation and construction occur. Rainfall-induced landslide susceptibility zonation of Puerto Rico Chiara Lepore • Sameer A.
Kamal • Peter Shanahan • Rafael L. Bras Received: 30 July /Accepted: 10 February Springer-Verlag Abstract Landslides are a major geologic hazard with estimated tens of deaths and $1–2 billion in economic losses per year in the US by: This article lists notable tsunamis, which are sorted by the date and location that the tsunami occurred.
Because of seismic and volcanic activity associated with tectonic plate boundaries along the Pacific Ring of Fire, tsunamis occur most frequently in the Pacific Ocean, but are a worldwide natural are possible wherever large bodies of water are found, including inland lakes.
Braun, D.D., N.M. Gilmeister, & J.D. Inners. Postglacial to historical dipslope rock block slides in the Valley and Ridge province of northeastern Pennsylvania. In A.P. Schultz and R.W.
Jibson (Eds.), Landslide processes of the Eastern United States and Puerto Rico (pp. Geological Society of America Special Paper A new map from the U.S. Geological Survey shows how many landslides occurred on Puerto Rico last month.
The map was compiled using days of imagery captured from satellites that passed over the island. A new U.S.
Geological Survey map of Puerto Rico shows the relative risks of landslides due to the kind of intense rainfall brought on by hurricanes. It identifies 20% of the island as at high risk, 9% at very high risk, and 1% at extremely high risk of landslides under those conditions.
Jibson RW () Debris flows in southern Puerto Rico. In: Schultz AP, Jibson RW (eds) Landslide processes of the eastern United States and Puerto Rico. Geological Society of America Special Paper Geological Society of America, Boulder, pp 29– MS Book and Mineral Company Surface Processes Catalog.
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Puerto Rico. A hillslope in Barrio Mameyes, Ponce, saturated by this rainfall, failed and resulted in the worst landslide disaster in terms of loss of life in the history of the United States Jibson, More.
than people died as an entire hillside covered with homes slid downslope. Storm rainfall from individual storms has trig. The USGS Water, Energy, and Biogeochemical Budget Program (WEBB) began in at five locations in the United States, including one in Puerto Rico.
The Puerto Rico research site consists of the U.S. Forest Service-administered Luquillo Experimental Forest and the Río Grande de Loíza drainage basin, an agriculturally developed watershed. Gryta, J. J., & Bartholomew, M. Factors influencing the distribution of debris avalanches associated with the Hurricane Camille in Nelson County, Virginia.
In A. Schultz & R. Jibson (Eds.), Landslide processes of the eastern United States and Puerto Rico (Special paper (Geological Society of America),pp. 15–28 Cited by: 3. Landslides and Sediment Budgets in Four Watersheds in Eastern Puerto Rico By Matthew C.
Larsen Chapter F of Water Quality and Landscape Processes of Four Watersheds in Eastern Puerto Rico Edited by Sheila F. Murphy and Robert F. Stallard Professional Paper –F U.S. Department of the Interior U.S. Geological SurveyCited by: 8. Landslides: Processes, Prediction, and Land Use 2 billion worth of damage in the United States annually.
They can be triggered by humans or by nature. Puerto Rico (pamphlet) Article. Full. Landslides and Sediment Budgets in Four Watersheds in Eastern Puerto Rico: Chapter F in Water Quality and Landscape Processes of Four Watersheds in EA [Larsen, Matthew C.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Landslides and Sediment Budgets in Four Watersheds in Eastern Puerto Rico: Chapter F in Water Quality and Landscape Processes of Four Watersheds in EAAuthor: Matthew C. Larsen. Landslides: A Guide to Researching Landslide Phenomena and Processes: /ch Landslide research is an interdisciplinary field that primarily encompasses scientists from geomorphology, engineering geology, and geotechnical engineeringCited by: 1.
The Landslide Handbook— A Guide to Understanding Landslides. By Lynn M. Highland, United States Geological Survey, and. Peter Bobrowsky, Geological Survey of Canada.
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A Study of a Road Landslide in Puerto Rico. View Test Prep - Landslide Types and Processes from TRANSPORTA 1 at Banaras Hindu University. Landslide Types and Processes The PDF for the report is 1 MB U.S.
Department of the Interior U.S. Hurricane Maria: USGS landslide impact maps from Puerto Rico reveal the extent of the devastation. From across the Atlantic, the response of the White House to the Hurricane Maria disaster in Puerto Rico looks astonishing.
The author arrived in Puerto Rico on October 13 and spent the following two days in the landslide area. This report summarizes observations made at Mameyes, outlines tasks for an engineering study of the landslide, and strongly recommends actions to assess the Cited by: 4.
Interview recorded on September 3, on our way to the LARAM School at the University of Salerno (Italy). REFERENCES appearing in the video.
Hungr, Fell, Couture, Eberhardt () Landslide Risk Management, CRC press. Paleoenvironmental analysis of a middle Wisconsinan biota site, southwestern Virginia, U.S.A. - Volume 68 Issue 1 - G. Richard Whittecar, Thomas C. Wynn, Charles S. BartlettLocation: Tennessee, USA. The island of Puerto Rico is located in the northeastern Caribbean and is the smallest island of the Greater Antilles.
With its roughly rectangular shape, the island is character. Puerto Rico Severe Storms, Flooding, Landslides, and Mudslides (DR) Incident Period: Octo - Octo Major Disaster Declaration declared on Novem Feb.
7, — Hurricane Maria hit the island of Puerto Rico on 20 September and triggered more t landslides in at least three-fourths of Puerto Rico's 78 municipalities.
That idea comes from several studies made between and by the volcanologist Bill McGuire, and is based on a catastrophic collapse of the Cumbre Vieja volcano on La Palma island.
According to McGuire, a landslide of 53x31 km falling at sea. Landslides occur in all 50 states, according to the U.S.G.S., and cause $1 billion to $2 billion in damage and more than 25 deaths each year on average. Highland reports. Most landslide. Puerto Rico Severe Storms, Flooding, Mudslides, And Landslides (DR) Incident Period: - J Major Disaster Declaration declared on J This dataset show landslide susceptibility for Puerto Rico, Vieques and Culebra Island.
The original paper map was published by Watson Monroe, USGS The publication states also that almost all slopes greater than 50 percent have high risk of landsliding.
Due. In the United States, landslides kill people every year and do more than $2 billion of damage. As ofthe greatest loss of life in a single landslide in U.S.
history was in Puerto Rico inwhen a landslide killed people. A single landslide in Thistle, Utah, was the most expensive single landslide in U.S. history, causing. The October Landslide at Barrio Mameyes, Ponce, Puerto Rico.
Francisco Silva-Tulla. National Academy Press, - Landslides - 14 pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Common terms and phrases. Ground water atlas of the United States The U.S. ground water atlas consists of information on ground water resources of 13 regions covering the 50 States, Puerto Rico, and the U.S.
Virgin Islands. Text and maps can be viewed online and downloaded as ASCII, GIF, and *.eps files. Hazards, disasters, and the National Map.Hupp, Cliff.R., The role of soil processes in determining mechanisms of slope failure development in a humid tropical-forest, Eastern Puerto Rico: Geomorphology, Vol.3, p