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|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Fawu Wang; Tonglu Li; MyiLibrary.
|Notes:||Title from e-book title screen (viewed November 30, 2009).|
|Reproduction Notes:||Electronic reproduction. UK : MyiLibrary, 2009 Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to MIL affiliated libraries.|
|Description:||450 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Regional Properties of Landslides.- Geo-hazard Initiation and Assessment in the Three Gorges Reservoir.- Bank Slope Stability Evaluation for the Purpose of Three Gorges Reservoir Dam Construction*.- Research on the Characteristics and Slope Deformation Regularity of the Badong Formation in the Three Gorges Reservoir Area.- Distribution of Dangerous Rockmasses on the High Steep Slopes in the Three Gorges Area.- An Evaluation Study of Bank Collapse Prediction in the Three Gorges Reservoir Area.- Distribution Features of Landslides in Three Gorges Area and the Contribution of Basic Factors.- Discussion on Land Use Based on Landslide Management in Three Gorges Reservoir Areas.- Case Studies for Typical Landslides.- Mechanism for the Rapid Motion of the Reactivated Qianjiangping Landslide in Three Gorges Dam Reservoir, China.- Evaluation of the Roles of Reservoir Impoundment and Rainfall for the Qianjiangping Landslide in Zigui County, Three Gorges Area.- Unsaturated Creep Test and Modeling of Soils from the Sliding Zone of the Qianjiangping Landslide in the Three Gorges Area, China.- Monitoring on Shuping Landslide in the Three Gorges Dam Reservoir, China.- The Anlesi Landslide in Wanzhou, China: Characteristics and Mechanism of a Gentle Dip Landslide.- Preliminary Study on Mud-Rock Flows Channel of the Bailuxi River, Wuxi County, China.- Stability Assessment and Stabilizing Approaches for the Majiagou Landslide, Undergoing the Effects of Water Level Fluctuation in the Three Gorges Reservoir Area.- Mass Rock Creep and Landsliding on the Huangtupo Slope in the Reservoir Area of the Three Gorges Project, Yangtze River, China.- Study on the Possible Failure Mode and Mechanism of the Xietan Landslide When Exposed to Water Level Fluctuation.- A Study of the 1985 Xintan Landslide in Xiling Gorge, Three Gorges Area, China.- Time Prediction of the Xintan Landslide in Xiling Gorge, the Yangtze River.- Back-Analysis of Water Waves Generated by the Xintan Landslide.- New Methodologies Applied in this Area.- Intelligent Optimization of Reinforcement Design Using Evolutionary Artificial Neural Network for the Muzishu Landslide Based on GIS.- The Application of Fractal Dimensions of Landslide Boundary Trace for Evaluation of Slope Instability.- Uncertainty Evaluation of the Stability of the Huanglashi Landslide in the Three Gorges of the Yangtze River.- Recognition of Lithology and Its Use in Identification of Landslide-Prone Areas Using Remote Sensing Data.- Construction and Application of a Real-Time Monitoring System for Landslides.- Entropy-Based Hazard Degree Assessment for Typical Landslides in the Three Gorges Area, China.- The Conceptual Model of Groundwater Systems in a Large-Scale Landslide - A Case Study of the Baota Landslide in the Impoundment Area of Three Gorges Project.- Bank Collapse Along the Three Gorges Reservoir and the Application of Time-Dependent Modeling.|
|Series Title:||Spon's environmental science and engineering series.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Fawu Wang, Tonglu Li.|
From the reviews: "The Three Gorges dam and reservoir project is, without doubt, one of the most extraordinary engineering projects of the last 50 years. The statistics of the project are impressive