Geotechnical Design Over Karst. It's All About the Water
Karst is a type of topography which is formed over soluble rocks, such as limestone, dolomite, or gypsum. An irregular bedrock surface is typical of most karst areas, along with sinkholes,...

Sinkhole Investigation and Grouting: Novel Recommendations for a Pipeline Right-of-Way
In 2009, numerous sinkholes developed within and adjacent to a 400-ft-long section of high-pressure, petroleum pipeline right-of-way that crosses under a local creek in Plymouth Meeting,...

A Probabilistic Approach to Karstic Foundation Variability
Karst is a landscape formed in soluble rocks caused by movement of water that has become slightly acidic. Limestone, dolomite, and gypsum are vulnerable to these influences and may be...

Karst-Related Sinkholes: Dynamic Compaction as an Effective Remediation Option
The paramount issue to address before constructing at sites underlain by karst topography is identification and remediation of sinkholes which exist close to the surface, and specifically...

Sudoku and Geotechnical Solutions: Lessons from a Parallel Universe of Limited Data
Geotechnical engineering relies on data to reduce risk. We infer, interpolate, and extrapolate based on often limited data with time and cost constraints also at work. Similarly, solving...

Back-Analysis in Tunneling: Current State and Future Endeavors

Long Tunnels Are Different

Managing Risks Associated with Tunneling Projects

The Business of Geotechnics

Volcanic Soils in the Wet Tropics

Geotechnical Triage

Risk and Performance of a Rock Cut Slope

A Culture of Unconditional Dedication to Safety

Diversity in Geo-Engineering

Categories and Characteristics of E&C Firms Employing Geoengineers

The Geoengineering of Contaminated Sediments

Stabilizing Colorado's Rock Slopes by Gluing, Scanning, and Bolting

Avoiding Surprises in Slope Stability

Double Nickel Landslide Stabilization: Innovative Use of Micropiles

Development and Field Testing of a Pressure-Sensing Grout Packer





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