1. Acharya, M.P., & Hendry, M.T. (2018) “A formulation for estimating the compression of fibrous peat using three parameters” ASCE J. Geomech., Springer, accepted June 2018.
  2. Bartz, J.R., Martin, C.D., & Hendry, M.T. (2018) “Design Procedure for Landslide Stabilization using Sheet Pile Ribs” Can. Geotech. J., DOI: 10.1139/cgj-2018-0082.
  3. Hendry, M.T, Smith, L.A. & Hendry, M.J. (2018) “Analysis of the measured pore pressure response to atmospheric pressure changes to evaluate small strain moduli: Methodology and case studies” Can. Geotech. J., 55(9): 1248-1256.
  4. Huntley, D., Bobrowsky, P., Hendry, M.T., Macciotta, R., Best, M. (2018) “Multi-technique geophysical investigation of a very slow-moving landslide near Ashcroft, British Columbia, Canada” Env. Eng. Geophysics, accepted with revisions submitted Sep. 2018.
  5. Macciotta, R., Hendry, M.T., Martin, C.D., & Robataille, S., (2018) “Hazard Ranking for Railway Transport of Dangerous Goods in Canada.” J. Case Studies on Transport Policy, Elsevier, 6(1): 43-50.
  6. Mulhall, C., Balideh, S., Macciotta, R., Hendry, M.T., Martin, C.D., & Edwards, T. (2018) “Large-scale Laboratory Testing of the Lateral Resistance of a Wood Tie” In Railroad Ballast Testing and Properties, Stark, T., Swan, R., and Szecsy, R., Ed., ASTM International, West Conshohocken, PA: 216-236, DOI: 10.1520/STP160520170030
  7. Pratt, C., Macciotta, R., & Hendry, M.T (2018) “Quantitative relationship between climate and rock fall occurrences north of Hope, BC, Canada” Eng. Geol. Environ., Springer, DOI: 10.1007/s10064-018-1358-7.
  8. Wheeler, L.N., Hendry, M.T., Take, W.A., Hoult, N.A. (2018) “Field Performance of a Peat Railway Subgrade Reinforced with Helical Screw Piles” Geotech. J., DOI: 10.1139/cgj-2017-0594.
  9. Acharya, M.P., Hendry, M.T. & Martin, C.D. (2017) “Quantification of the settlement of an embankment constructed on peat due to the expulsion of gases” ASCE Int. J. Geomechanics. 17(3).
  10. Acharya, M.P., Hendry, M.T. & Martin, C.D. (2017) “Creep behaviour of remoulded and intact fibrous peat” Acta Geotechnica, 13(2): 399–417.
  11. Carlà, T., Macciotta, R., Hendry, M.T., Martin, C.D., Edwards, T., Evans, T., Intrieri, E., Farina, P., Casagli, N. (2017) “Displacement of a landslide retaining wall and application of an enhanced failure forecasting approach based on inverse velocity” Landslides, Springer, 15(3).
  12. Irwin, K., Beaulne, D., Braun, A., and Fotopoulos, G. 2017. Fusion of SAR, Optical Imagery and Airborne LiDAR for Surface Water Detection. Remote Sensing, 9(9), 890; doi:10.3390/rs9090890.
  13. Journault, J., Macciotta, R., Hendry, M.T., Charbonneau, F., Huntley, D. & Bobrowsky, P. (2017).” Measuring the Activity of the Thompson River Valley Landslides, South of Ashcroft, BC, Canada, Using Satellite InSAR” Landslides, Springer, 15(4).
  14. Kromer, R.A., Abellan, A., Hutchinson, D.J., Lato, M., Chanut, M-A., Dubois, L., and Jaboyedoff, M. 2017. Automated Terrestrial Laser Scanning with Near Real-Time Change Detection – Monitoring of the Séchilienne Landslide. Earth Surf. Dynam., 5, 293-310. https://doi.org/10.5194/esurf-5-293-2017.
  15. Kromer, R., Lato, M., Hutchinson, D.J., Gauthier, D., and Edwards, T. 2017. Managing Rockfall Risk through Baseline Remote Monitoring with a Terrestrial Laser Scanner. Canadian Geotechnical Journal: 54(7): 953-967, https://doi.org/10.1139/cgj-2016-0178.
  16. Leishman, E.M., Hendry, M.T. & Martin, C.D. (2017) “Canadian main track derailment trends, 2001 to 2014” Can. J. Civ. Eng., 44(11).
  17. Macciotta, R., Hendry, M.T., Cruden, D.M., Blais-Stevens, A. & Edwards, T. (2017) “Quantifying Rock Fall Probabilities and Their Temporal Distribution Associated with Weather Seasonality” Landslides, Springer, 14(6).
  18. Macciotta, R., Martin, C.D., Cruden, D.M., Hendry, M.T. & Edwards, T. (2017) “Rock fall hazard control along a section of railway based on quantified risk” Georisk, 11(3).
  19. Rowe, E., Hutchinson, D.J., and Kromer, R. 2017. An Analysis of Failure Mechanism Constraints on Pre-Failure Rock Block Deformation using TLS and Roto-Translation Methods. Landslides: LASL-D-17-00159. DOI: 10.1007/s10346-017-0886-8
  20. van Veen M., Hutchinson D.J., Kromer R., Lato M., Edwards T. 2017. Effects of Sampling Interval on the Frequency-Magnitude Relationship of Rockfalls Detected from Terrestrial Laser Scanning using Semi-Automated Methods. Landslides, 1-14, doi:10.1007/s10346-017-0801-3.
  21. Acharya, M.P., Hendry, M.T. and Martin, C.D. (2016) Thermally induced pore pressure response in peat beneath a railway embankment, International Journal of Geotechnical Engineering, 10(2): 145-154.
  22. Acharya, M.P., Hendry, M.T. and Martin, C.D. (2016) Effect of gas bubbles on pore pressure response in peat beneath a railway embankment. Canadian Geotechnical Journal, 53(5): 765-772.
  23. Acharya, M.P., Hendry, M.T. and Martin, C.D. (2016) “Quantification of the settlement of an embankment constructed on peat due to the expulsion of gases” ASCE: International Journal of Geomechanics, 17(3).
  24. Kromer, R., Hutchinson, D.J., Lato, M. and Edwards, T. (2016) Gestion des risques géologiques sur le corridor ferroviaire du Canadien National. Geomatique, 42(4): 16-19.
  25. Macciotta, R., Hendry, M.T. and Martin, C.D. (2016) Developing an early warning system for a very slow landslide based on displacement monitoring. Natural Hazards, Springer, 81(2): 887-907.
  26. Delaloye, D., Walton, G., Hutchinson, D.J. and Diederichs, M. (2015) Sensitivity testing of the newly developed elliptical fitting method for the measurement of convergence in tunnels and shafts. Rock Mechanics and Rock Engineering, 48(2): 651-667.
  27. Hendry, M., Macciotta, R., Martin, C.D., Reich, B. (2015) Effect of Thompson River elevation on velocity and instability of Ripley Slide. Canadian Geotechnical Journal, 52(3): 257-267.
  28. Hutchinson D.J., Lato M., Gauthier D., Kromer R., Ondercin M., Mcgowan T. and Edwards T. (2015) Rock Slope Monitoring and Risk Management for Railway Infrastructure in the White Canyon, British Columbia, Canada. Engineering Geology for Society and Territory, 2: 435-439. Springer International Publishing.
  29. Kromer, R.A., Abellán, A., Hutchinson, D.J., Lato, M., Edwards, T. and Jaboyedoff, M. (2015) A 4D filtering and calibration technique for small-scale point cloud change detection with a Terrestrial Laser Scanner. Remote Sensing, Special Issue. 7(10): 13029-13052. DOI: 10.3390/rs71013029
  30. Kromer, R., Hutchinson, D.J., Lato, M. and Edwards, T. (2015) Geohazard Management on the Canadian National Railway Corridor: A Multi-Sensor Approach. GIM International, December, 17-19.
  31. Kromer, R., Hutchinson, D.J., Lato, M., Gauthier, D. and Edwards, T. (2015) Identifying rock slope failure precursors using LiDAR for transportation corridor hazard management. Engineering Geology, 195: 93-103. DOI: 10.1016/j.enggeo.2015.05.012
  32. Lato, M., Gauthier, D., and Hutchinson, D.J. 2015. Selecting the optimal 3D remote sensing technology for the mapping, monitoring and management of steep rock slopes along transportation corridors. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, January, 2510, 7–14. DOI 10.3141/2510-02.
  33. Lato M., Hutchinson D.J., Gauthier D., Edwards T., and Ondercin M. (2015) Comparison of ALS, TLS and terrestrial photogrammetry for mapping differential slope change in mountainous terrain. Canadian Geotechnical Journal, 52(2): 129-140. DOI: 10.1139/cgj-2014-0051
  34. Macciotta, R., Martin, C.D., Edwards, T., Cruden, D.M. and Keegan, T.R. (2015) Quantifying weather conditions for rock fall hazard management. Georisk: Assessment and Management of Risk for Engineered Systems and Geohazards, 9(3): 171-186.
  35. Macciotta, R., Martin, C.D., Morgenstern, N.R. and Cruden, D. (2015) Quantitative risk assessment of slope hazards along a section of railway in the Canadian Cordillera – A methodology considering the uncertainty in the results. Landslides. Published online DOI: 10.1007/s10346-014-0551-4
  36. Hendry, M.T., Barbour, S.L. and Martin, C.D. (2014) “Evaluation of the effect of fibre reinforcement on the anisotropic undrained stiffness and strength of peat”, ASCE Journal of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering 140(9).
  37. Macciotta, R., Martin, C.D. and Cruden, D.M. (2014) Probabilistic estimation of rock fall height and kinetic energy based on a 3-dimensional trajectory model and Monte Carlo simulation. Landslides. Published online DOI: 10.1007/s10346-014-0503-z
  38. Hendry, M.T., Martin, C.D. and Barbour, S.L. (2013) The measurement of the cyclic response of railway embankments and underlying soft peat foundations to heavy axle loads, Canadian Geotechnical Journal, 50(5): 467-480.
  39. Kalenchuk, K.S., Hutchinson, D.J. and Diederichs, M.S. (2013) Downie Slide: Numerical simulation of groundwater fluctuations influencing behaviour of a massive landslide. Bulletin of Engineering Geology and the Environment, 72(3): 397-412.
  40. Kalenchuk, K.S., Hutchinson, D.J. and Diederichs, M.S. (2013) Geomechanical interpretation of the Downie Slide considering field data and 3-dimensional numerical modelling. Landslides, 10: 737-756.
  41. Gauthier, D. and Hutchinson, D.J. (2012) Evaluation of potential meteorological triggers of large landslides in sensitive glaciomarine Champlain clay, eastern Canada. Natural Hazards and Earth Systems Science, 12: 3359–3375.
  42. Hendry, M., Bunce, C. and Edwards, T. (2012) The Railway Ground Hazards Research Program. The Shipper Advocate, Official Publication of the Canadian Industrial Transportation Association.
  43. Hendry, M.T., Sharma, J., Martin, C.D. and Barbour, S.L. (2012) Effect of fibre content and structure on anisotropic elastic stiffness and shear strength of peat, Canadian Geotechnical Journal, 49(4): 403-415.
  44. Kalenchuk, K.S., Diederichs, M.S. and Hutchinson, D.J. (2012) Three-dimensional numerical simulations of the Downie Slide to test the influence of shear surface geometry and heterogeneous shear zone stiffness. Computational Geosciences, 16(1): 21-38.
  45. Kalenchuk, K.S., Hutchinson, D.J., Diederichs, M.S. and Moore, D. (2012) Downie Slide, British Columbia, Canada. Landslides: Types, Mechanisms and Modelling, (ed. J.J. Clague and D. Stead), Cambridge University Press, 345-358. ISBN 978-1-107-00206-7
  46. Lato, M., Diederichs, M.S., Hutchinson, D.J. and Harrap, R. (2012) Evaluating roadside rockmasses for rockfall hazards using LiDAR data: optimizing data collection and processing protocols. Natural Hazards, 602: 831-864.
  47. Quinn, P., Diederichs, M., Rowe, R.K. and Hutchinson, D.J. (2012) Development of Progressive Failure in Sensitive Clay Slopes. Canadian Geotechnical Journal, 49(7): 782-795.
  48. Hendry, M.T., Barbour, S. and Martin, C.D. (2011) An evaluation of real-time deformation monitoring using motion capture instrumentation and its application in monitoring railway foundations. Geotechnical Testing Journal, 34(6): 1-11.
  49. Mansour, M.F., Martin, C.D. and Morgenstern, N.R. (2011) Movement behaviour of the Little Chief Slide. Canadian Geotechnical Journal, 48(4): 655-670.
  50. Mansour, M.F., Morgenstern, N.R. and Martin, C.D. (2011) Expected damage from displacement of slow-moving slides. Landslides, 8(1): 117-131.
  51. Quinn, P.E., Diederichs, M., Rowe, R. and Hutchinson, J. (2011) A new model for large landslides in sensitive clay using a fracture mechanics approach. Canadian Geotechnical Journal, 48(8): 1151-1162.
  52. Quinn, P.E., Hutchinson, J., Diederichs, M. and Rowe, R. (2011) Characteristics of large landslides in sensitive clay in relation to susceptibility, hazard and risk. Canadian Geotechnical Journal, 48: 1212-1232.
  53. Alzo’ubi, A., Martin, C.D. and Cruden, D.M. (2010) Influence of tensile strength on toppling failure in centrifuge tests. International Journal of Rock Mechanics and Mining Sciences, 47: 974–982.
  54. Fekete, S., Diederichs, M. and Lato, M. (2010) Geotechnical and operational applications for 3D laser scanning in drill and blast tunnels. Tunnelling and UG Space Technology, 25(5): 614-628.
  55. Lan, H., Martin, C.D., Zhou, C. and Lim, C.H. (2010) Rockfall hazard analysis using lidar and spatial modeling. Geomorphology, 118(1-2): 213-223.
  56. Lato, M., Diederichs, M. and Hutchinson, D.J. (2010) Bias correction for Lidar scanning of rock outcrops for structural characterization Rock Mechanics and Rock Eng., 43(5): 615-628.
  57. Lato, M., Hutchinson, D. and Diederichs, M. (2010) Geomechanical feature extraction and analysis using LiDAR data: IOC Mine. CIM Bulletin, 4(8), Paper 12.
  58. Mansour, M.F., Morgenstern, N.R. and Martin, C.D. (2010) Expected damage from displacement of slow-moving slides, Landslides, 8(1): 117-131.
  59. Quinn P.E., Hutchinson, D.J., Diederichs, M.S. and Rowe, K. (2010) Regional scale landslide susceptibility mapping using the weights of evidence method: An example applied to linear infrastructure. Canadian Geotechnical Journal, 47(8): 905-927.
  60. Kalenchuk, K., Hutchinson, D.J. and Diederichs, M.S. (2009) Application of spatial prediction techniques to defining three-dimensional landslide shear surface geometry. Landslides, 6(4): 321-333.
  61. Lan, H., Martin, C.D., Froese, C.R., Kim, T.H., Morgan, A.J., Chao, D. and Chowdhury, S. (2009) A web-based GIS for managing and assessing landslide data for the town of Peace River, Canada. Natural Hazards and Earth System Science, 9: 1433-1443.
  62. Lato, M., Diederichs, M.S., Hutchinson, D.J. and Harrap, R. (2009) Optimization of LiDAR scanning and processing for automated structural evaluation of discontinuities in rockmasses. Int. J. Rock Mech. & Min. Sci., 46(1): 194-199.
  63. Lato, M., Hutchinson, D.J., Diederichs, M.S., Ball, D. and Harrap, R. (2009) Engineered monitoring of rockfall hazards along transportation corridors using mobile terrestrial LiDAR. Nat. Hazards Earth Syst. Sci., 9: 935–946.
  64. Lato, M., Hutchinson, D.J., Diederichs, M.S. and Harrap, R. (2009) Structural evaluation of visible discontinuities in rockmasses using LiDAR. Int. J. Rock Mech. & Min. Sci., 46(1): 194-199.
  65. Eshraghian, A., Martin, C.D. and Morgenstern, N.R. (2008) Hazard analysis of an active slide in the Thompson River Valley, Ashcroft, British Columbia, Canada. Canadian Geotechnical Journal, 45: 297-313.
  66. Eshraghian, A., Martin, C.D. and Morgenstern, N.R. (2008) Movement triggers and mechanisms of two earth slides in the Thompson River Valley, British Columbia, Canada. Canadian Geotechnical Journal, 45: 1189-1209.
  67. Lan, H., Martin, C.D. and Zhou, C.H. (2008) Estimating the size and travel distance of Klapperhorn Mountain Debris flows for risk analysis along railway, Canada. International Journal of Sediment Research, 23: 285-292.
  68. Lato, M. and Hutchinson, D.J. (2008) Mining for LiDAR data. (Cover feature article). Professional Surveyor Magazine. February.
  69. Eshraghian, A.; Martin, C. D. & Cruden, D. M. (2007) Complex Earth Slides in the Thompson River Valley, Ashcroft, British Columbia. Environmental & Engineering Geoscience, Vol. XIII, No. 2, May 2007, pp. 161–181.

  70. Hutchinson, D.J., Diederichs, M.S., Carranza-Torres, C., Sheriff, C., Kjelland, N., and Harrap, R. (2006) Landslide hazard management: Using geotechnical monitoring, virtual process models and decision support technology. Felsbau: Rock and Soil Engineering, 24(3): 24-29.