Session No. 36 Wednesday, May 15, 2002

8:10 AM-12:00 PM, CH2M Hill Alumni Center: Ballroom 110C
T10. Engineering Geology Case Histories of Landslides
Scott F. Burns and Charles M. Hammond, Presiding
Start Time
8:10 AM Introductory Remarks
8:15 AM STRATIGRAPHIC AND STRUCTURAL CONTROLS OF LANDSLIDES IN THE SOUTHWESTERN OLYMPIC PENINSULA, WASHINGTON STATE: LINGLEY, William S. Jr, Washington Division of Geology and Earth Resources, Box 47007, Olympia, WA 98504-7007, william.lingley@wadnr.gov and LINGLEY, Leslie L., Leslie Geol Svcs, 7815 Kerbaugh Rd. NE, Olympia, WA 98516
8:30 AM DISCRIMINATING BETWEEN LANDSLIDE SITES AND ADJACENT TERRAIN USING TOPOGRAPHIC VARIABLES: APPT, Jeremy, SKAUGSET, Arne V, and PYLES, Marvin, Forest Engineering, Oregon State Univ, 213 Peavy Hall, Corvallis, OR 97331-5706, jeremy.appt@orst.edu
8:45 AM ANTHROPOGENIC GEOMORPHIC SIGNATURES OVERPRINTED ON THE NATURAL HILLSIDE GEOMORPHOLOGY AND HOW IT RELATES TO LANDSLIDE INTERPRETATION: NORDSTROM, Tagg S. and OSWALD, John A., SCOPAC Geology Department, P.O. Box 712, Scotia, CA 95565, tagg@scopac.com
9:00 AM GEOTECHNICAL OBSERVATIONS AND ANALYSES OF RECENT COASTAL BLUFF FAILURES, PACIFICA CALIFORNIA: COLLINS, Brian D. and SITAR, Nicholas, Department of Civil Engineering, University of California, Berkeley, 440 Davis Hall, Geoengineering, University of California, Berkeley, CA 94720, bcollins@ce.berkeley.edu
9:15 AM THE CAPES - WHAT HAPPENED?: RINNE, Richard W., 5 Centerpointe Drive, Suite 240, Lake Oswego, OR 97035, Richard.Rinne@hartcrowser.com.
9:30 AM A LONG-RUNOUT LANDSLIDE IN SOUTHEASTERN CALIFORNIA: BLOCK GLIDE OR ROCK AVALANCHE? - A SUGGESTED MODIFICATION IN THE DEFINITION OF A ROCK AVALANCHE: BISHOP, Kim M., Department of Geological Sciences, California State Univ, Los Angeles, 5151 State University Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90032, kbishop@calstatela.edu.
9:45 AM PRACTICAL ASPECTS OF ROCK CUT SLOPE DESIGN: BLACK, Brent A., BECKSTRAND, Darren L., and PIERSON, Lawrence A., Landslide Technology, 10250 SW Greenburg Road, Suite 111, Portland, OR 97223, brentb@landslidetechnology.com
10:00 AM Break
10:15 AM HOW MUCH CAN IT COST TO REMEDIATE A LARGE LANDSLIDE?: HAMMOND, Charles M., MEYER, Michael R., VESSELY, D. Andrew, MACHAN, George, and BLACK, Brent A., Landslide Technology, 10250 SW Greenburg Road, Suite 111, Portland, OR 97223, charlieh@landslidetechnology.com
10:30 AM GEOLOGY, MOVEMENT, AND IMPACTS OF THE HEATHER DRIVE LANDSLIDE, LAYTON, UTAH: GIRAUD, Richard E., Utah Geol Survey, 1594 West North Temple, Suite 3110, Salt Lake City, UT 84116, rgiraud.nrugs@state.ut.us and MCDONALD, Greg N.
10:45 AM SOUTH HILL LANDSLIDE - MEETING OWNER'S NEEDS WITH FINANCIAL CONSTRAINTS: JENKINS, John E., ALI, Rajiv, and THRALL, Rick, Amec Earth & Environmental, 7376 SW Durham Rd, Portland, OR 97224, john.jenkins@amec.com
11:00 AM THE CANTERBURY CASTLE LANDSLIDE, PORTLAND, OREGON: A CASE HISTORY OF WHEN IT IS GOOD TO BUILD ON AN OLD LANDSLIDE SITE: BURNS, Scott F., Department of Geology, Portland State Univ, P.O. Box 751, Portland, OR 97207-0751, BurnsS@pdx.edu.
11:15 AM STABILIZATION OF A PORTION OF THE HONBY LANDSLIDE COMPLEX, SANTA CLARITA, CALIFORNIA: FRANCUCH, Dean G., R.T. Frankian & Associates, 1329 Scott Road, Burbank, CA 91504, dfrancuch@rtfrankian.com.
11:30 AM URBAN LANDSLIDE HAZARDS, MILLBRAE CA LANDSLIDE: CASE HISTORY: MCCORMICK, William V. III, Kleinfelder, Inc, 2240 Northpoint Parkway, Santa Rosa, CA 95407, bmccormick@kleinfelder.com.

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