Trends in Coastal Erosion Management

Waimea River Mouth to Kekaha Beach, Kauai, Hawaii: Two Distinctive Natural Sands

Waikiki Beach, Oahu, Hawaii: History of Its Transformation from a Natural to an Urban Shore

Troublesome Tropical Soils of Hawaii

Geotechnical Effects from the October 15, 2006 Kiholo Bay and Hawi, Hawaii Earthquakes

Thinking Deep
An underwater pipeline that has set records for its 55 in. (1,397 mm) diameter and 3,000 ft (914 m) depth stretches nearly 2 mi (3 km) from the shore of Hawaii to bring cold seawater to...

Stabilizing a Crater Rim
A geocell and geogrid reinforced soil slope concept was selected to stabilize approximately 120 m of eroding and unstable portions of the crater rim at the National Memorial Cemetery of...

Jet Grouting for Microtunneling and Shaft Construction in Highly Congested Utility Corridors

Possible Sand Resources on the Reef Front Around Oahu
Large sediment deposits on the reef front around Oahu are a possible resource for replenishing eroded beaches. An overview is given on the collection of closely spaced, high-resolution...

Microtunneling under Honolulu
Highly congested urban utility corridors present some of the most difficult conditions for construction of new underground pipelines, especially when subsurface conditions are also very...

Design and Performance of Large Tunnel Constructed in Saprolite

Keeping a Low Profile
The Admiral Clarey Bridge in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, combines fixed and floating bridge elements to span more than 4,500 ft (1,372 m) while hovering just above the harbor waters. The bridge,...

Domesticating Steel
Residential contractors, nervous about fluctuations in lumber prices and quality, would welcome steel framing into the housing market if the necessary infrastructure were in place. Despite...

A Needs Assessment and Master Plan for Commercial Harbor Facilities, Oahu, Hawaii

Microtunneling in Downtown Honolulu

Central Pacific Hurricanes-What Do We Know?

Soil Vapor Extraction to Correct a Gasoline Release in Discontinuous Basalt

Application of the Model SPECIES to Kaneohe Bay, Oahu, Hawaii

Observations of Tidal Circulation in Mamala Bay, Hawaii
A comprehensive measurement program, designed to study circulation processes and support hydrodynamic modeling, has been carried out in Mamala Bay on the south coast of the Island of Oahu,...

Comparison of Near-Field Dilutions Derived from In Situ Measurements and Simulated Dilutions at the Sand Island Sewage Outfall Plume, HI
Near-field dilutions of the Sand Island Treatment Plant (SITP) wastewater plume were derived from salinity measurements made at the sewage outfall between Sept. 25–Oct. 1, 1994, a period...

 

 

 

 

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