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Title: Forest management to minimize landslide risk
Author: Rice, Raymond M.;
Source: In: Guidelines for Watershed Management, FAO Conservation Guide, Rome, Italy, 1977. 271-287.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
Description: Mass wasting is the dominant erosional process in most steep-sloped catchments. major mechanism in this process is the landslide (2, 6, 8, 19, 24, 25, 29). In this paper, unless explicitly stated to the contrary, the reference to debris avalanches and other forms of shallow failures
Keywords: PSW4351, landslide, erosion, sedimentation, debris avalanches, slope
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Rice, Raymond M. 1977. Forest management to minimize landslide risk. In: Guidelines for Watershed Management, FAO Conservation Guide, Rome, Italy, 1977. 271-287.
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