The pastoral slopes
of the valley below were cloaked in lustre-leather: the rare watercourses along the road had faded from the waiting eye and ear; it seemed as if the long and dry summer had even invaded the close-set ranks of pines, and had blown a simoom breath through the densest woods, leaving its charred red ashes on every leaf and spray along the tunnelled shade.
He sang it in a still, small voice, but, line after line, his song was caught up by the thousands who stood on the slopes
above, and thundered to the heavens till the mountains shook with its sound.
The regularity with which their length diminished served to indicate that somewhere up the slope the last line would be so short as to have scarcely length at all, and that beyond could come only a point.
Pocket"--for so the man familiarly addressed the imaginary point above him on the slope, crying out:
Before him was the smooth slope, spangled with flowers and made sweet with their breath.
should be built on the north side of Chopok peak between the Lukova and Otupne cable car stations.
Failure, Liquid Limit, Dry Density, Shear Strength, Internal Friction Angle
MnDOT requests proposals for a slope
vulnerability assessment to identify, map and categorize slopes
vulnerable to failure with the potential to affect state trunk highways.
It was observed that as soon as the drainage system was put into operation, the slope
movements started reducing; the lower parts stopping first, followed by almost stoppage of the upper parts.
Fredlund and Krahn  compared several methods for analyzing the stability of a nonhomogeneous soil slope
with a weak layer.
Keywords: Kinematic Analysis Malvern Hills Slope
Stability DIPS Discontinuities.
The LS factor accounts for the effect of topography on erosion in RUSLE, and is calculated as the product of the slope
length subfactor (L) and steepness subfactor (S) at a point of interest.