Active mitigation is the reduction of driving forces and/or the increase of resisting forces associated with slope failure. The stabilization of rockfall on slopes can be accomplished by a variety of construction methods. The method for stabilization differs on individual site conditions. In some case combinations of methods are need to stabilize the slope and reduce potential rockfall hazards.
Examples of Active Mitigation Measures:
- Rock Bolts and Bolting
- Anchored Wire Mesh
- Anchored Cable Nets or Ring Nets
- Tensioned Cable Lashing