This technical session will focus on oral presentations that showcase a broad spectrum of practical examples illustrating how a range of geoscientific methods were creatively and innovatively applied to evaluate potential problems, collect and evaluate data pertinent to those problems, propose solutions to resolve them, and communicate information in a manner that enables all interested stakeholders to understand the geoscientific basis for the proposed solutions.
Time Speaker Title
9:00-9:20 Samantha Farmer Analysis of High Priority Unstable Rock Slopes in Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Tennessee and North Carolina
9:20-9:40 Margaret Kroehler Preliminary Investigation of Slope Movements in the North Cove Area, North Carolina
9:40-10:00 Arpita Nandi Soil Creep and its Role in Mudslide Generation – Case Study from Erwin, Tennessee
10:00-10:20 Nicholas Ferry Influence of Bedrock Substrate on Mobility of Large Rock Avalanches Formed in Dry Climates: Blue Diamond Landslide Case Study
10:20-10:40 Dylan Hemraj Development of a Geotechnical Model for Open Pit Slope Design in Cenozoic Sediments in the Pilbara region of Australia
10:40-11:00 George Freitag Pumice Mine Reclamation, Oregon State University – Cascades Campus, Bend, Oregon
11:00-11:20 Edmund Medley Recent Advances in Stochastic Analyses of Slopes in Bimrocks and Bimsoils
11:20-11:40 Echo Li A Machine Learning Algorithm for Rock Mass Characterization and Stability from Point Clouds
11:40-12:00 Jacqueline Sosa Preparing for The Big One: Data-Driven Spatio-Temporal Risk Maps for Earthquake Evacuation in L.A. County
Distributors may purchase multiple copies of packages to distribute to learners, and follow their progress. Bulk discounts are below.
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