volume 8, issue 2, P315-335 1971
DOI: 10.1139/t71-026
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Abstract: The stability of natural slopes near Ottawa has been examined from a regional approach. With the aid of aerial photographs, the density and distribution of past landslides have been ascertained, and the development of more recent slides has been traced. This information, combined with details of the present day topography, groundwater conditions, and soil characteristics, leads to a conclusion that factors influencing slope stability vary markedly throughout the region, and certain areas are much more prone t…

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