3 edition of Dictionary of soil bioengineering = found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Wörterbuch Ingenieurbiologie|
|Statement||Matthias Oplatka ... [et al.] ; Verein für Ingenieurbiologie, Hrsg.|
|Contributions||Oplatka, Matthias., Verein für Ingenieurbiologie.|
|LC Classifications||TA710.A15 D53 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxvii, 249 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||249|
|ISBN 10||3728121576, 3519050420|
|LC Control Number||96180667|
Soil bioengineering has been used in Nepal for nearly 30 years to deal with erosion problems on slopes, in high way construction and riverbank stabilization. The main soil bioengineering. Gray & Sotir () describe soil bioengineering as a specific term that refers to ‘the use of live plants and plant parts, in which live cuttings and stems are placed in the ground, or in earthen structures, where they provide additional mechanical support to soil, and act as hydraulic drains, barriers to earth movement, and hydraulic pumps.
This handbook explains the causes, processes, and consequences of soil erosion and depletion, and describes the major soil- and water-conservation measures which, when applied to the land in correct combinations, will greatly reduce or prevent soil erosion, improve fertility, and increase yields. Soil conservation is an international concern. Soil bioengineering is the use of living plant materials to perform some engineering function. Soil bioengineering techniques can be used to treat eroding banks, excess gravel and unstable slopes and can provide a finished product that treats the problem as well as providing appropriate riparian vegetation.
Soil bioengineering in North America continues to be strongly influenced by results from these and similar studies, carried out by pioneers in the field (e.g. Gray and Sotir, , now translated into Japanese and Chinese). In the southern hemisphere, soil bioengineering is widely used in Australia and New Zealand. Bioengineering techniques to control slope failure phenomena Bioengineering can be used to increase slope stability in a variety of ways, in particular Mechanical reinforcement, Controlling erosion, Increasing the infiltration ratio, Reducing runoff, and Soil moisture adjustment.
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Springer Reference Works and instructor copies are not included. Search within book. Front Matter. Pages I-XXXVII. PDF. Dictionary of Soil Bioengineering.
Matthias Oplatka, Christoph Diez, Yves Leuzinger, Fabio Palmeri, Lorenzo Dibona, Pierre-André Frossard.
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Mn/DOT SOIL BIOENGINEERING HANDBOOK About This Handbook This book is inspired by Leo Holm, P.E. and Dwayne Stenlund, CPESC, who have worked steadily for decades to incorporate green and blue infrastructure such as soil bioengi.
History of Soil Bioengineering. The following text is an excerpt from a paper presented by Kevin Finney, Landscape Architect, at the Eleventh Annual California Salmonid Restoration Federation Conference in Eureka, California, Ma Soil bioengineering is the use of live plant materials and flexible engineering techniques to alleviate.
This book reviews the horticultural and engineering basis for biotechnical and soil engineering treatments. It explains the role of woody plants in stabilizing slopes against both surficial erosion and mass movement and provides details on a broad range of soil bioengineering methods, Dictionary of soil bioengineering = book live staking, live fascines, brushlaying, live crib walls, branch packing and live slope gratings.
The first comprehensive, practical guide to the selection, construction, and installation of soil bioengineering and biotechnical slope protection Here is the ultimate guide to physically attractive, environmentally compatible, and cost-effective methods of protecting slopes from erosion and mass wasting.
Lavishly illustrated with more than photographs and supplemented with scores of. History of Soil Bioengineering The following text is an excerpt from a paper presented by Kevin Finney, Landscape Architect, at the Eleventh Annual California Salmonid Restoration Federation Conference in Eureka, California, Ma Soil bioengineering is the use of live plant materials and flexible engineering techniques to alleviate.
Planning and design of soil bioengineering systems generally require a team of experts. Therefore, the scope of this chapter reflects the interdisciplinary nature of soil bioengineering.
(b) Background Soil bioengineering, in the context of upland slope protection and erosion reduction, combines mechani. technology, soil bioengineering has been practiced for hundreds of years and in the Forest Service as early as the ’s. The application of soil bioengineering techniques to stabilize streambanks and shorelines is as effective, and sometimes more effective, than traditional engineering is not to say it is the solution for all.
A Soil Bioengineering Guide for Streambank and Lakeshore Stabilization Volume of FS (Series) Volume of FS (United States. Forest Service) Authors: C. Eubanks, Dexter Meadows: Contributors: Technology & Development Program (San Dimas, Calif.), Technology & Development Center (San Dimas, Calif.), United States.
Dept. of Agriculture. Bioengineering is defined as the application of engineering principles to understand, modify, or control living systems.
Bioengineers need to have a solid education in engineering and a working knowledge of biology, physiology, and medicine. Bioengineering. Tools and References. Soil Bioengineering References organized by author (pdf 56 kb); Soil Bioengineering References organized by title (pdf 57 kb) Soil bioengineering, biotechnical stabilization, native plant, erosion control, and other topics are covered in this list of + scientific papers, journal articles, books, and other published materials.
The authors distill over a decade of experience into a useful reference handbook. They discuss the general principles and attributes of biotechnical/soil bioengineering stabilization and describe specific soil bioengineering measures which can be used on slopes such as live staking, brushlayering, branchpacking, and slope s: 3.
Soil bioengineering is used where slopes are failing and vegetation would be an appropriate solution such as stream banks, lakeshores, and high steep hillsides (Fig. stream velocity, soil conditions, soil nutrients, salinity, ice and debris load, flooding, drought, plant availability, and climate, to name a few.
This Streambank Soil Bioengineering Field Guide is small enough to fit in a field pack. It is printed on water resistant paper so it can be used in most any weather. ISBN: OCLC Number: Language Note: Text in English, French, German, and Italian.
Description. different combinations of soil bioengineering techniques were used to stabilize upland slopes on the roadside.
Results indicate soil bioengineering is an effective means of upland slope stabilization on erosional slopes and shallow rapid landslides and is practical and economical. Composted biosolids. Streambank Soil Bioengineering that is used in the recently released NEH (USDA, ) is as follows: Streambank soil bioengineering is defined as the use of living and nonliving plant materials in combination with natural and synthetic support materials for slope stabilization, erosion reduction, and vegetative establishment.
Author: Donald H. Gray Publisher: John Wiley & Sons ISBN: Size: MB Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi View: Get Books The first comprehensive, practical guide to the selection,construction, and installation of soil bioengineering andbiotechnical slope protection Here is the ultimate guide to physically attractive,environmentally compatible, and cost-effective methods .About this Item: John Wiley & Sons Inc, United States, Hardback.
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