Ground Feature Monitoring Using Satellite Imagery: How Interferometric Stacking of SAR Can Mitigate Geo-Disasters Along Transportation Corridors
Landslides, debris flows, and other types of ground movements are among the most common hazards to humans and infrastructure. According to the United States Geological Survey, annual domestic...

International Events Endorsed by the Geo-Institute, GeoHunan International Conference II, 5th International Conference on Debris Flow Hazards Mitigation, and IS-Seoul 2011.

NewsBriefs: Radar System Monitors Runway Debris

Report Describes Ways of Reducing Marine Debris

Short Takes: EWRI and Continuing Education Launch Debris Management Web Seminars

Environmental Remediation: Hurricane Debris Cleanup in Mississippi Deemed 'Unprecedented'

Court Decisions: Subcontractor's Debris Dumping Considerad Accidental

High-Profile Tunneling
When a flood left a considerable amount of debris in its wake the replacement of a hydroplant's tailrace high in the Peruvian Andes presented formidable challenges....

Environmental Engineering: Federal Court Questions Legality of Mine Debris

Saving Saluda
One of the largest roller-compacted-concrete berms in the United States will stand sentinel in case South Carolina's Saluda Dam undergoes liquifaction in response to strong...

Technology: Aerial Mapping Depicts World Trade Center Debris

Dealing with Debris
A comprehensive debris-management plan for the city of Houston will facilitate and coordinate the management of debris removal and disposal following a disaster to mitigate any threat...

Potential Effects of San Mining and Debris Basins on Coastal Sediment Supply in Los Angeles County
The potential sediment supply to the coast in Los Angeles has been heavily impacted by human activity. In the context of rational management of beaches as a resource, it is fundamental...

Engineers Use Snout to Catch Debris

Supply of Large Woody Debris in a Channel Network

Supply of Large Woody Debris in a Stream Channel

Detail Scour Measurements Around a Debris Accumulation

Numerical Simulations of Flow Patterns at a Bridge with Debris

Computer Model for Prediction of Scour at Bridges Affected by Large Woody Debris

A Method of Managing Floating Debris

 

 

 

 

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