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Campbell, R.H., 1975, Soil slips, debris flows, and rainstorms in the Santa Monica Mountains and vicinity, southern California: U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 851, 51 p.

Harp, E.L., and Jibson, R.W., 1995, Inventory of landslides triggered by the 1994 Northridge, California earthquake: U.S. Geological Survey Open–File Report 95—۲۱۳, ۱۷ p.

Harp, E.L., and Jibson, R.W., 1996, Landslides triggered by the 1994 Northridge, California, earthquake: Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, v. 86, no. 1B, p. S319—S332.

Hemphill, J.J., 2001, Assessing landslide hazard over a 130–year period for La Conchita, California, in Association of Pacific Coast Geographers Annual Meeting, Santa Barbara, Calif., September 12—۱۵ ۲۰۰۱.

Jibson, R.W., 1989, Debris flows in southern Puerto Rico, in Schultz, A.P., and Jibson, R.W., eds., Landslide Processes in Eastern North America and Puerto Rico: Geological Society of America Special Paper 236, p. 29—۵۵.

Keefer, D.K., Wilson, R.C., Mark, R.K., Brabb, E.E., Brown, W.M., Ellen, S.D., Harp, E.L., Wieczorek, G.F., Alger, C.S., and Zatkin, R.S., 1987, Real–time landslide warning during heavy rainfall: Science, v. 238, p. 921—۹۲۵.

Morton, D.M., 1971, Seismically triggered landslides above San Fernando Valley: California Geology, v. 24, no. 4—۵.

Morton, D.M., and Campbell, R.H., 1989, Cyclic landsliding at Wrightwood, southern California, in Sadler, P.M., and Morton, D.M., eds., Landslides in a semiarid environment with emphasis on the inland valleys of southern California: Inland Geological Society, Riverside, Calif., v. 2, p. 174—۱۸۲.

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, 1994a, Climatological data annual summary—California 1994: National Climatic Data Center, v. 98, no. 13, 60 p.

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, 1994b, Climatological data—California, October—December 1994: National Climatic Data Center, v. 98, nos. 10—۱۲.

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, 1995a, Climatological data annual summary—California 1995: National Climatic Data Center, v. 99, no. 13, 52 p.

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, 1995b, Climatological data—California, January—March 1995: National Climatic Data Center, v. 99, no. 1—۳

There have been many landslides which  occurred upon the La conchita area and a complex types of landslide will probably keep on happening  in this area. Due to result of different particular conditions of rainfall, a variety of landslides cases is more or less likely to come and all portions of this area are exposed to landslide hazard. Unluckily It is not clear what can happen in that rainfall circumstance due to lack of precisely anticipation. Although, renewed landslide activity in the time of heavy rainfall or after prolonging period of intense rainfall is predicted  for future but it is certain that preparation in advance against emergencies after long and extensive rainfalls or future earthquakes  would be a good option to have. Therefore, In order to reduce or eliminate losses and casualties because of exsiting or potential landslide in this area, some mitigative approaches were proposed with respect to landslide triggering factor which is rising ground-water level in response to infiltration of  intense seasonal rainfall. These method consisted of surface drainage, subsurface drainage, surface protection, debris flow protection and other as discussed above.

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