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Hillslope Materials and Processes

M. J. Selby

Hillslope Materials and Processes

by M. J. Selby

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Published by Oxford University Press, USA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Physical Geography,
  • Soil & rock mechanics,
  • Soil science, sedimentology,
  • Geomorphology,
  • Science,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Earth Sciences - Geology,
  • Slopes (Physical geography),
  • Weathering

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages466
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9769432M
    ISBN 100198741650
    ISBN 109780198741657

    Hillslope processes occur on a complex template, composed of a wide array of topographies, climates, geologies, and ecosystems (Chapter 2, “Physiography of British Columbia”). British Columbia is a diverse province with mountain ranges and incised plateaus. The moun-tainous topography is responsible for creating a variety of climates. Start studying Hillslope processes. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. gradient, and surface materials; vegetation and land use effects. fall, slide, slump, creep. 4 types of mass wasting. fall. failure and detachment of rock fragments followed by downward motion by free falling, bouncing.

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    Mass Movement and Hillslope Stability. A variety of processes exist by which materials can be moved through the hillslope system. These processes are generically known as mass movement or mass wasting. The operation of mass movement processes relies upon the development of instability in . Hillslope materials and processes. These developments are reflected in this book by the threefold expansion of the bibliography and by the bringing together of the approaches and scientific knowledge from the contributing disciplines of geology, civil engineering, hydrology, soil science, ecology and geomorphology to produce a comprehensive.


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Hillslope Materials and Processes 2nd Edition by M. Selby (Author), A. Hodder. out of 5 stars 1 rating. ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book.

Cited by:   Hillslope Materials and Processes by M.J. Selby,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.3/5(2). Hillslope Materials and Processes book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This book is intended for students who approach the stud 3/5. This second edition has the same general purpose as the first edition: to provide an integrated review of the basic knowledge and methods which form the foundation for advanced study and contributions to developments in the understanding of hillslopes.

Since publication of the first edition, not only has knowledge advanced but an interdisciplinary approach to much of the research has become.

There is a liberal list of references at the end of the book. The text is well suited for researchers and consulting engineers as an excellent source of reference. BRAYA M. DAS (Sacramento, Calif.) Hillslope Materials and Processes, 2nd ed., by M.J. Selby. Oxford University Press, Oxford,pp., £48, ISBN : Hillslope Materials And Processes Hillslope Materials and Processes book by Selby, M.

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[M J Selby; A P W Hodder] -- This second edition has the same general purpose as the first edition: to provide an integrated review of the basic knowledge and methods which form the foundation for advanced study and. Hillslope materials and processes.

Author(s): Selby, M. Book: Hillslope materials and processes. pp pp. Abstract: The following are discussed: (a) weathering weathering Subject Category Cited by: This book is intended for students who approach the study of hillslopes, and the rocks and soils on which they develop, from such traditional disciplines as geomorphology, geology, engineering, and soil science.

The text attempts to integrate the relevant subject matter from these disciplines from the point of view of an earth scientist. Previous publication datesFebruary Hillslope Materials and Processes 2nd edition by Selby, M. published by Oxford University Press, USA Paperback.

Get this from a library. Hillslope materials and processes. [M J Selby] -- The author draws on all the relevant disciplines and particularly uses the contributions of the exponents of rock and soil mechanics.

Hillslope evolution is the changes in the erosion rates, Until the s models of hillslope form evolution were "central" in geomorphology.

The modern understanding is that the evolution of slopes is much more complex than the classical models of decline, replacement and retreat imply. King considered scarp retreat and the coalescence. 3. Stress, strain, and rheology of materials 4.

Strength of earth materials 5. Properties of rock masses 6. Properties of soils 7. Weathering processes 8. Landforms from weathering, soils, and duricrusts 9. Hillslope stratigraphy and form Water in soils and hillslope hydrology Erosion of hillslopes by raindrops and flowing water 12 Price: $ Title: Hillslope Materials and Processes Format: Paperback Product dimensions: pages, X X in Shipping dimensions: pages, X X in Published: November 1, Publisher: Oxford University Press Language: English.

Hillslope Processes Hillslopes essentially cover the whole landscape. Some are steep, others are gentle. Under the natural condition, water, sediments, and rocks move down slope. The present topography and soil thickness reflect a sensitive balance between weathering, erosion, and deposition.

Human activities can upset the balance and cause;File Size: KB. HILLSLOPE MATERIALS AND PROCESSES. This book integrates the approaches of geologists, geomorphologists and engineers to the study of hillslopes. Worked examples of all mathematical analyses are provided.

Throughout the text emphasis is placed on the problems of data collection in the field and on the reliability of by: In book: Compendium of forest hydrology and geomorphology in British Columbia, Chapter: 8. Hillslope processes, Publisher: BC Ministry of Forests and Range Cite this publication.

Patterns and Processes at the Hillslope Scale. The drivers behind ecohydrology at the hillslope scale are different between water-limited versus energy-limited environments.

In water-limited systems, water availability will be the main driver, and thus consistent patterns in vegetation distribution across semiarid landscapes are directly. Hillslope Materials And Processes Ebook Library Publishing - This Book Is Intended For Students Who Approach The Study Of Hillslopes And The Rocks And Soils On Which They Develop From Such Traditional.

BOOK REVIEW: HILLSLOPE MATERIALS AND PROCESSES (2nd edition) by M. J. Selby, Oxford University Press, No. of pages: xv + ISBN 0‐19‐‐: Robert J. Allison.Other articles where Hillslope is discussed: beach: is a steeper, frontal beach slope or face, and beneath it a low-tide terrace may be developed.

If the tides are high enough (more than 2 m [ feet]), the frontal slope may be more than 1 km ( mile) in width .Unsorted, mobile or potentially mobile hillslope material that overlies a more stable substrate, including bedrock and consolidated sediments. It generally formed by weathering of underline material and moves downslope due to gravitational processes.