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Landslide Hazards In Utah (PI-98)
By: Gregg Beukelman According to the U.S. Geological Survey, landslides are a serious geological hazard common to almost every state in our country. Publication addresses Landslides: Serious and Common Geologic Hazards, Types of Landslides, Causes of Landslides, Landslide Distribution, Reducing...
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Rock-fall hazards in Utah (PI-94)
By: J. J. Castleton Rock falls pose a hazard in Utah because we live, work, and recreate in close proximity to mountains and mesas. This publication explains how and why rock falls occur, and ways to reduce the potential damage...
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The 2005-06 Creekside Drive area landslides, Mountain Green, Morgan County, Utah (PI-91)
By: A. Elliott Early in 2005, several landslides occurred in the Creekside Drive area of Mountain Green located in western Morgan County. Details about the geologic makeup of the area, as well as damage caused by the landslides are included...
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Wildfires and Debris Flows in northern Utah (PI-90)
By: A. Elliott Wildfires are a direct threat to life and property, but the less obvious threat of flooding and debris flows that often follow wildfires can be equally devastating. This publication discusses the link between the two and the...
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The 2005 Sage Vista Lane Landslide, Cedar Hills, Utah County, Utah (PI-89)
By: A. Elliott Homeowners in Cedar Hills first detected movement on the Sage Vista Lane landslide on April 28, 2005, and by the next day the landslide had moved against the lower back wall of a townhouse unit. This publication...
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The 2001 Heather Drive Landslide, Layton, Davis County, Utah (PI-88)
By: A. Elliott The August 2001 Heather Drive landslide in Layton damaged six houses, forcing homeowners to evaluate them. This publication discusses the event and aftermath, as well as the geological makeup of the area in an attempt to explain...
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Landslides: What they are, why they occur (PI-74)
By: W. F. Case Landslides occur as gravitational forces exceed the strength of the material in a slope. Rock slides, debris slides, and slumps “slide” on a weak, fractured, slick, clayey, or water-saturated surface. This two-page sheet discusses why landslides...
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Debris-flow hazards (PI-70)
By: W. F. Case Color flyer with photos. It explains what debris-flows are, how they come to be, and the hazards associated with them in an easy-to-understand text. Other Information: Published: 2000 Pages: 2 p. Location: Utah Media Type: Paper...
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Rock-fall hazards (PI-69)
By: W. F. Case Rock falls are a natural process of cliff and hillside erosion. They consist of large rock fragments from a cliff, or boulders from a slope that bounce, roll, and slide down a hillside and come to...
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Homeowner's guide to recognizing and reducing landslide damage on their property (PI-58)
By: GES staff Landslides are common in Utah. Landslide hazards are greatest near or on steep slopes or along streams. Listed below are suggestions on how to recognize landslides and landslide-prone areas, and what to do to reduce the likelihood...
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Stability of the Pine Ridge landslide at Timber Lakes Estates, Wasatch County, Utah: implications for future development and land-use planning (PI-53)
By: F. X. Ashland and M. D. Hylland This pamphlet provides a nontechnical summary of the results of the Utah Geological Survey’s preliminary slope-stability evaluation of the Pine Ridge landslide at the Timber Lakes Estates in Wasatch County, and discusses...
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Places with hazards; a teacher's handbook on natural hazards in Utah: Problem soil and rock in Utah (OFR-211C)
By: S. N. Eldredge The Places with Hazards curriculum was developed for secondary-level earth science teachers as a means of preparing students to live more safely in a world that can pose problems from natural hazards. Students should be able...
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Places with hazards; a teacher's handbook on natural hazards in Utah: Slope failures in Utah (OFR-211B)
By: S. N. Eldredge The Places with Hazards curriculum was developed for secondary-level earth science teachers as a means of preparing students to live more safely in a world that can pose problems from natural hazards. Students should be able...
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