A Light in the Deep: The Future of Offshore Site Investigationsby Randal J. Hartsfield, P.E., (M.ASCE), Associate; Stress Engineering Services, Inc., Houston, TX, firstname.lastname@example.org,
Joseph L. Dickinson, (M.ASCE), Geotechnical Lab Manager; TDI-Brooks International, Inc., College Station, TX, email@example.com,
Serial Information: Geo-Strata —Geo Institute of ASCE, 2015, Vol. 19, Issue 6, Pg. 46-51
Document Type: Feature article
For deep-water energy developments, hazard identification and risk assessments (that is, assessing the probability of occurrence along with the consequences of failure) are more important than ever before. In light of these needs and the ever-present pressure of providing the best data, geotechnical site investigations are evolving to provide high-quality data in a cost-effective manner.
Subject Headings: Site investigation | Occupational safety | Forensic engineering | Deep water | Risk management | Probability | Failure analysis | Geotechnical data
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