Geomorphology and Engineering Binghamton Geomorphology Symposium 7
Whether the project is river engineering, soil mapping for landuse planning, or control of landslides, this volume, first published in 1976, illustrates that the professional partnership between geomorphology and engineering can significantly minimize environmental damage. The papers here were presented at the 7th Binghamton Geomorphology Symposium, and using the broad viewpoint of the planner, much new ground is covered: landfill design, prediction of geomorphic processes and their effects, and minimization of streamflow distortion.
Part 1. Methods and Mapping 1. Geomorphic Engineering Donald R. Coates 2. Landuse Contributions of Soil Survey with Geomorphology and Engineering Gerald W. Olson 3. Mapping of Mountain Soils West of Denver, Colorado, for Landuse Planning Paul W. Schmidt and Kenneth L. Pierce 4. Preconstruction Terrain Evaluation for the Trans-Alaska Pipeline Project Raymond A. Kreig and Richard D. Reger Part 2. River Engineering 5. The Mississippi River Flood of 1973 Charles C. Noble 6. Geologic Control of Sand Boils Along Mississippi River Levees Charles R. Kolb 7. Channelization: Environmental, Geomorphic and Engineering Aspects Edward A. Keller 8. Drainage Basin Characteristics Applied to Hydraulic Design and Water-Resources Management John F. Orsborn Part 3. Resource Engineering 9. Kinzua Dam and the Glacial Foreland Shailer S. Philbrick 10. Timber Harvesting, Mass Erosion, and Steepland Forest Geomorphology in the Pacific Northwest Douglas N. Swanston and Frederick J. Swanson 11. Forecasting the Effect of Landuse Plans on the Regional Market Conditions on the Sand and Gravel Business Robert H. Fakundiny Part 4. Urbanization Effects 12. The Urbanizing River: A Case Study in the Maryland Piedmont Helen L. Fox 13. Geomorphology and Engineering Control of Landslides F. Beach Leighton 14. Scientific and Engineering Parameters in Planning and Development of a Landfill Site in Pennsylvania Richard M. Foose and Paul W. Hess Part 5. Geomorphic Synethesis 15. The Role of Geomorphology in Planning Robert F. Leggett 16. River Management Criteria for Oregon and Washington Leonard Palmer