The 2010-2011 Canterbury, New Zealand, Earthquake Sequence
Impetus for Rethinking the Way We Evaluate and Mitigate Liquefaction
Liquefaction is a common cause of ground failure during earthquakes and is directly responsible for tremendous damage to infrastructure. Evidence of the impact of liquefaction includes failure of bridge...

Fire Following Earthquake
Prepared by the Technical Council on Lifeline Earthquake Engineering of ASCE. This TCLEE Monograph covers the entire range of fire following earthquake...

The Control of Resuspension over Megaripples on the Continental Shelf

Field Measurements of a Large-Scale Rip Current System

Shoreface Bedforms and Cross-Shore Sand Fluxes Measured Using an Enhanced Sea Sled

What Happens at the Seabed off a Headland during a Tropical Cyclone

Bypassing of Dredged Muddy Sediment and Thin-Layer Disposal, Hauraki Gulf, New Zealand

Development of an Environmental Risk Management Handbook for Australia and New Zealand

Surf Zone and Swash Zone Sediment Dynamics on High Energy Beaches: West Auckland, New Zealand

Road Safety Audits - A Summary of Current Practice

A New Zealand Owner's Policy on Testing Hydraulic Structure Gates and Valves

Performance Based Design for Fire in New Zealand

Lifeline Engineering in New Zealand: with Reference to Japan and California

A Comprehensive Framework for Response Planning

Impediments to the Implementation of Seismic Isolation
There are over 400 civil engineering structures, worldwide, that have been constructed using the principles of seismic isolation, and 70 of these are in the United States. Although use...

A Speed Prediction Model for New Zealand Highways
This paper outlines a limiting speed model using probabilistic techniques to simulate the different types of vehicles and their performance along a two-lane rural highway. The road to...

Environmental Mediation and Open-Water Disposal

Passive Energy Dissipation Systems for Earthquake-Resistant Design
Passive energy dissipation devices, also known as supplemental damping devices, have been proposed as a means by which the earthquake resistance of a building can be substantially enhanced,...

Landslide Stabilisation at the Clyde Power Project, New Zealand
The Clyde Power Project is a hydro electric development on the Clutha River in the South Island of New Zealand. A wide range of stabilization measures have been used to treat several large...

Efforts at Marine Education in the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands
The Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands (CNMI), located in Micronesia, experienced significant economic growth in the 1980's and it is expected to continue through the decade...

 

 

 

 

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