volume 12, issue 3, P379-392 1975
DOI: 10.1139/t75-042
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Abstract: The west abutment of the Little Smoky River bridge in central Alberta showed evidence of movement toward the river. Subsequent investigations revealed that the landslide on which the bridge was built was moving slowly. The Little Smoky River occupies a broad preglacial valley eroded in Upper Cretaceous clay shales and is re-excavating tills deposited during glaciation. The site was instrumented with tiltmeters to define the failure planes. Soil strength parameters were determined on samples obtained from bore…

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