The theme of the 13th Symposium was Slope Stability and Landslides.
"Rock slopes and reservoirs - lessons learned"; Dennis Moore
"Analysis of two landslide case studies using numerical modeling"; Boris Benko & Douglas Stead
"Runout analysis of debris flow and avalanches in Hong Kong"; Dana Ayotte, Nigel Evans, and Oldrich Hungr
"Stability of flood protection dikes with potentially liquefiable foundations: analysis and screening criterion"; L. Finn, Y. Sasaki, G. Wu, and T. Thavaraj
"Failure mechanism and behavior or a large landslide in glacio-lacustrine silt and clay, Chilliwack River Valley, B.C."; L. Fletcher, O. Hungr, A. Watson, and B. Thomson
"A simulation of the Upper San Fernando dam using a synthesized approach"; Michael Beaty & Peter Byrne
"Landslides in cemented and normally consolidated soils: a review of failure mechanisms using the stress-path approach"; Sithant Pillai & Balasingham Muhunthan
"Investigation of 22 landslides in Upper Chase Creek, B.C."; Bill Grainger
"Analysis of forest hillslope piezometric records: implications for terrain stability"; Jussi Jaakkola, Jonathan Fannin, and Scott Jackson
"Rock avalanches on glaciers in the Coast and St. Elias Mountains, British Columbia"; Stephen Evans & John Clague
"What you didn't learn in school about stabilising slopes"; John Sobkowicz & Simon Cullum-Kenyon"