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Eco- and Ground Bio-engineering
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This volume brings together papers from geotechnical and civil engineers, biologists, ecologists and foresters. They discuss current problems in slope stability research and how to address them using ground bio- and eco-engineering techniques. Coverage presents studies by scientists and practitioners on slope instability, erosion, soil hydrology, mountain ecology, land use and restoration and how to mitigate these problems using vegetation.
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Mechanisms and modelling of root reinforcement on slopes The influence of cellulose content on tensile strength of tree roots; M. Genet, A. Stokes, F. Salin, S.B. Mickovski, T. Fourcaud, J-F. Dumail, L.P.H. van Beek Novel biomechnical analysis of plant roots; O. Hamza, A.G. Bengough, M.F. Bransby, M.C.R. Davies, C. Halpin, .D. Hallett Root reinforcement: Analysis and experiments; T.H. Wu Root strength and root area of forest species in Lombardy (Northern Italy); G.B. Bischetti, E.A. Chiaradia, T. Simonato, B. Speziali, B. Vitali, P. Vullo, A. Zocco Biotechnical characteristics of root systems of typical Mediterranean species; C. Mattia, G.B. Bischetti, F. Gentile Uprooting of vetiver resistance of vetiver grass (Vetiveria zizanioides); S.B. Mickovski, L.P.H van Beek, F. Salin Root reinforcement by hawthorn and oak roots on a highway cut-slope in Southern England; J.E. Norris Protection roles of forest and non-forest woody species on slopes in Iran; G.H. Bibalani, B. Majnonian, E. Adeli, H. Sanii Reinforcement of tree roots in slope stability: a case study from the Ozawa slope in Iwate Prefecture, Japan; H. Nakamura, Q.M. Nghiem, N. Iwasa Observation and simulation of root reinforcement on abandoned Mediterranean slopes; L.P.H. van Beek, J. Wint, L.H. Cammeraat, J.P. Edwards Slope stabilisation by perennial 'gramineae' in Southern Italy: plant growth and temporal performance; D. Cazzuffi, A. Corneo, E. Crippa Root system morphology and anchorage Root system asymmetry of Mediterranean pines; P. Ganatsas, I. Spanos Root morphology, stem growth and field performance of seedlings of two Mediterranean evergreen oak species raised in different container types; M. Tsakaldimi, T. Zagas, T. Tsitsoni, P. Ganatsas Stabilizing characteristics of New Zealand indigenous riparian colonising plants; M. Marden, D. Rowan, C. Phillips Mechanical resistance of different tree species to rockfall in the French Alps; A. Stokes, F. Salin, A.D. Kokutse, S. Berthier, H. Jeannin, S. Mochan, L. Dorren, N. Kokutse, M. Abd.Ghani, T. Fourcaud Root morphology and strain distribution during tree failure on mountain slopes; A. Stokes, M.Abd.Ghani, F. Salin, F. Dajon, H. Heannin, S. Berthier, A.D. Kokutse, H. Frochot A numerical investigation into the influence of soil type and root architecture on tree anchorage; L. Dupuy, T. Fourcaud, A. Stokes Methodology applied to eco- and ground bio-engineering SLIP4EX - A program for routine slope stability analysis to include the effects of vegetation, reinforcement and hydrological changes; J.R. Greenwood Site investigation for the effects of vegetation on ground stability; J.R. Greenwood, J.E. Norris, J. Wint Mechanics of root-pullout from soil: a novel image and stress analysis procedure; O. Hamza, A.G. Bengough, M.F. Bransby, M.C.R. Davies, P.D. Hallett Dendrogeomorphological observations in a landslide on Tymfristos mountain in Central Greece; A. M. Papadopoulos, A. Mertzanis, A. Pantera Monitoring ground bio-engineering stabilization of land-slides in Lazio region (Italy); F. Preti, C. Milanese, F. Gubernale, S. De Bartoli, G. Falco The use of geostatistical techniques applied to soil conservation of low density woodlands; T. Panagopoulos A computer system using two membership functions and t-norms for the calculation of mountainous watersheds torrential risk: the case of lakes Trixonida and Lisimaxia; F. Maris, L. Iliadis Comparison between two low cost photogrammetric systems: the analytical instrument Adam ASP2000 and the digital photogrammetric station DVP; V.C. Drosos Applications at the slope level Vegetative-based technologies

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