Trantina, John A.
Woodward-Clyde-Sherard and Associates, Oakland, Calif.
Pages: 15 Published: Jan 1962
This paper describes briefly the seismic refraction and electrical resistivity methods and their application to the study of landslides. The results of a study of two landslides in which the two geophysical methods were used to define the slide surface are discussed and compared with results obtained by drilling and sampling.
Paper ID: STP47036S