The Influence of Climate Factors on the Stability of the Civil Engineering Constructions: Case of Forest Ecosystem in Southern Cameroon

Cameroon’s southern forest habitat ranges from 2° to 6°N latitude and from 10° to 16°E latitude. The key parameters of the local environment of that ecosystem have been evaluated in order to examine the impact of climate factors on infrastructure. The findings reveal that the variables are stable and have a general pattern. However, the abundance of precipitation, the substantial hydrographic network and the existence of dense forests are the key climatic constraints that can be taken into account to ensure the stability of forest ecosystem infrastructures.

Author (s) Details

Samba Assomo Philippe
High Teacher Training College, Bertoua, Cameroon.

Zo’o Zame Philemon
University of Yaoundé I, Cameroon.

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