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Geomorphology/Geoscience Publications
For further information contact Tom Millard, M.Sc., P.Geo. Tom.Millard@Gov.bc.ca, or David Campbell, M.Sc., GIT. David.Campbell@gov.bc.ca

Links have been provided for publications that are available for download from the library or FTP site.



[Ch-23]
   

Debris-flow Hazards and Related Phenomena.

Ed. by: M. Jakob and O. Hungr.
Chapter title: Debris flows and debris avalanches in Clayoquot Sound.
Chapter Authors: T. P. Rollerson, T.H. Millard, and D.A. Collins
Series: Book; 739 pages. Praxis. Springer Berlin Heidelberg 2005
Other details: Chapter 23 pp. 595-613

[Fan]
   

Coastal Fan destabilization and forest management.

Author: Millard, T., Wilford, D., Oden, M.
Subject: Terrain stability
Series: FSP Report
Other details: FSP Geomorphology, Published March 2006.

[tr-025]
   

Schmidt Creek sediment sources and the Johnstone Strait killer whale rubbing beach.

Author: Millard, T.
Subject: Terrain stability
Series: Technical Report
Other details: TR-025 Geomorphology, Published March 2003, 12 pages

[tr-023]
   

Post-logging landslide rates in the Cascade Mountains, southwestern British Columbia.

Author: Millard, T., Rollerson, T., and Thompson, B.
Subject: Terrain stability
Series: Technical Report
Other details: TR-023 Geomorphology, Published March 2002, 21 pages

[tr-015]
   

Using terrain attributes to predict post-logging landslide likelihood on southwestern Vancouver Island.

Author: Rollerson, T., Millard, T., and Thompson, B.
Subject: Terrain stability
Series: Technical Report
Other details: TR-015 Geomorphology, Published February 2002, 15 pages

[EN-010]
   

Using helicopter harvesting on steep slopes to reduce erosion, Preliminary results: Case study on Queen Charlotte Islands, British Columbia.

Author: Millard, T., and Chatwin, S.
Subject: Terrain stability
Series: Extension Note
Other details: EN-010 Geomorphology, Published October 2001, 8 pages

[MOF]
   

Road deactivation for hillslope restoration: lessons learned on the Escalante Watershed Restoration Project.

Authors: Wise, M.P., Leslie, M., Horel, G., Collins, D., Warttig, W.
Subject: Deactivation
Series: Proceedings
Other details: Procedings, Land Reclamation Geotechnique, Vancouver Geotechnical Society Symposium, May 2001.

[TR-011]
   

Predicting post-logging landslide activity using terrain attributes: Coast Mountains, BC.

Author: Rollerson, T., Millard, T., Jones, C., Trainor, K., Thomson, B.
Subject: Terrain Attributes
Series: Technical Report
Other details: TR-011 Geomorphology, Published March 2001, 20 pages

[TR-012]
   

Transport of logging slash and sediment in S5 and S6 streams near Boston Bar, Chilliwack Forest District.

Author: Millard, T.
Subject: Streams
Series: Technical Report
Other details: TR-012 Geomorphology, Published March 2001, 15 pages

[Implementation Guidelines]
   

Channel Disturbance and Logging Slash in S5 and S6 Streams.

Author: Millard, T.
Subject: Streams
Series: Technical Report (Please note Implementation Guidelines by clicking on report cover image)
Other details: TR-005 Geomorphology, Published March 2000, 20 pages

[TR-002]
   

Debris Flow Initiation in Coastal British Columbia Gullies

Author: Millard, T.
Subject: Gully
Series: Technical Report
Other details: TR-002 Geomorphology, Published September 1999, 22 pages

[under development]
   

Landslide investigation in Coastal British Columbia: a discussion of cause and effect

Authors: Rollerson, T., Wise, M., Millard, T., and VanDine, D.
Subject: Landslide
Series: Paper
Other details: Proc. of IUFRO International Mountain Logging and 10th Pacific Northwest Skyline Symposium. Corvalis, Oregon. 1999. pp 181 - 192

[under development]
   

Stabilization of Unstable roadfill using explosives: A case study from McNaughton Creek, B.C.

Authors: Muir, W.C., Wise, M.P., Erickson, D., Collins, D.A.
Subject: Deactivation
Series: Presentation
Other details: Proc. of IUFRO International Mountain Logging and 10th Pacific Northwest Skyline Symposium. Corvalis, Oregon. 1999.

[under development]
   

Gully system hazards, risks and forestry operations in Coastal British Columbia

Authors: Millard, T., Wise, M., Rollerson, T., Chatwin, S., and Hogan, D.
Subject: Gully
Series: Paper
Other details: Published 1998 In Moore, D. and Hungr, O. (eds.) Proceedings of the Eight International Congress International Association for Engineering Geology and the Environment. A.A. Balkema, Rotterdam. pp 1149-1156.

[under development]
   

Post-logging terrain stability in Clayoquot Sound and Barkley Sound

Authors: Rollerson, T., Thomson, B., and Millard, T
Subject: Terrain Stability
Series: Paper
Other details: Published 1998. 12th Annual Symposium of the Vancouver Geotechnical Society. pp 1-13.

   

Windthrow Handbook for British Columbia Forests

Authors: R.J. Stathers, T P. Rollerson, and S.J. Mitchell
Subject: Windthrow
Series: Working Paper
Other details: Published 1994, 33 pages.

   

Windthrow online training course

The purpose of this on-line course is to introduce participants to the concepts and tools necessary for assessing windthrow hazard and developing prescriptions to reduce windthrow damage to opening boundaries and reserve trees or groups within cutblocks and within riparian management areas.

[LDC]
   

Landslide Data Card.

Authors: Rollerson, T.P.
Subject: Landslides
Series: Data Card
Other details: Published 1996.

[LRC]
   

Landslide Rehabilitation Data Card.

Authors: Wong, R., Muir, W., Rollerson, T.P.
Subject: Landslides
Series: Data Card
Other details: Published 1996.

[TTC]
   

Terrain Traverse Data Card.

Authors: Rollerson, T.P.
Subject: Terrain
Series: Data Card
Other details: Published 1992.

[GAP]
   

Gully Assessment Procedure Guidebook.

Gully Assessment Procedure Field Data Card.

Authors: Millard, T. et al.
Subject: Gully
Series: Data Card
Related cards: Definitions and Tables 1 and 2
Other details: Published 2002.



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