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Stabilization of landslides along the Oregon Coast Public Deposited

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  • The northern Oregon coast suffers extensive loss of land as a result of landslides which constitute the primary mechanism of coastline recession. Both real property and structures along the coast have been destroyed and this destruction will continue. In certain instances, it may be feasible to protect property by engineered construction. In an attempt to propose effective methods for stabilization of potential landslides, the landslide problem on the Oregon coast is studied and a general analytical model of the landslide mechanism is presented. By means of the model, the critical factors governing slope stability are determined, applicability of various stabilization methods are assessed and recommendations are made.
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