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    STP1070

    Slope Stability Investigations at a Landfill in Southern California

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    Abstract

    The results of geotechnical investigations and slope stability studies of an existing municipal/commercial landfill in southern California are presented and discussed. Investigations included cone penetration testing, installation and monitoring of inclinometers, piezometers, surface monuments, and laboratory classification and direct shear testing of refuse. The landfill was also monitored for dynamic response to earthquake-induced ground motions.

    Keywords:

    municipal refuse, engineering properties, municipal landfill, slope stability, shear strength, seismic response


    Author Information:

    Siegel, RA
    senior geotechnical engineerproject engineersenior geotechnical engineer, Rocky Mountain regional office of CH2M HILLCH2M HILL's Southern California regional officeCH2M HILL's Seattle regional office, DenverSanta AnaBellevue, COCAWA

    Robertson, RJ
    senior geotechnical engineerproject engineersenior geotechnical engineer, Rocky Mountain regional office of CH2M HILLCH2M HILL's Southern California regional officeCH2M HILL's Seattle regional office, DenverSanta AnaBellevue, COCAWA

    Anderson, DG
    senior geotechnical engineerproject engineersenior geotechnical engineer, Rocky Mountain regional office of CH2M HILLCH2M HILL's Southern California regional officeCH2M HILL's Seattle regional office, DenverSanta AnaBellevue, COCAWA


    Committee/Subcommittee: D18.14

    DOI: 10.1520/STP25311S