Understanding the relationship between landslides and climate change is crucially important in planning a proactive approach to hazard and risk management. Advances in geohazard modelling and prediction enable us to be better prepared for the impacts of climate change, but there is still a need for effective risk management and informed planning policy to improve the safety and sustainability of communities at risk. The increasing frequency of extreme weather events has highlighted our vulnerability to the impact of climate change, and has resulted in enormous human and economic loss. This book presents the Proceedings of the International Conference on aLandslides and Climate Change a Challenges and Solutionsa, which was held in Ventnor, Isle of Wight, UK in May 2007. The volume considers the practical experiences of hazard management, risk governance and response to climate change, and will be of interest to engineers, planners, practitioners, regional and local authorities, academics and politicians.Chapter 3, Landslide Investigation and Mitigation, Transportation Research Board, Special Report 247, National Research Council, pp. ... Managing Geotechnical Risk a Design Manual for Roads and Bridges Volume 4 Geotechnics and Drainage. ... Coastal Planning and Management: The impact of the 1993 Holbeck Hall landslide, Scarborough, East Midlands Geographer, 21, pp.78a91. ... A sediment budget approach for estimating debris flow hazard and risk: Lantau, Hong Kong.
|Title||:||Landslides and Climate Change: Challenges and Solutions|
|Author||:||Robin McInnes, Jenny Jakeways, Helen Fairbank, Emma Mathie|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 2007-05-10|