Inspecting the Unknown (Available in Geo-Environmental Special Issue Only)
Unknown foundations have plagued civil engineers for years. In the case of underwater pilings, much time and money is spent inspecting for cracks, breaks or deterioration. Even then, visibility...

Deep Mixing Method: A Global Perspective
Various contemporary deep mixing method (DMM) techniques have been used in the United States since 1986. Such techniques owe their origins to Japanese and Scandinavian developments, which...

Developing Integrated Access to Contemporary Aerial Photography and Water Quality-Related Data for a Portion of the Elkhorn Slough and Vicinity, North Monterey County

Coastal Erosion: The State of the Problem and the Problem of the State

Mediating Conflicts Between Fish and Oil: A Prototype for Joint Problem Solving of Space-Use and Resource Conflicts

Recent Studies in Geotechnical Image Analysis

TOBAGO and ARUBA—New Approaches for the Generation of Cybercity from Images

An Aerial Video System for Rapidly Measuring Sand Bar Morphology

Long-Term Observations of Migrating Shore-Normal Bars

Household Travel, Household Characteristics, and Land Use: An Empirical Study from the 1994 Portland Travel Survey

Hydrographic Surveying
This manual establishes criteria and presents policy and guidance for performing hydrographic surveying in support of planning, engineering and design, construction, operation, maintenance,...

Hydrographic Data Assimilation on Georges Bank

A 1995 Bank Erosion Survey Along the Illinois Waterway

Temporal Variations in Point Bar Morphology Within Two Incised River Meanders, Goodwin Creek, Mississippi

A Proposed Method for Discharge Estimation in Natural Streams by Surveying of Scour Holes Downstream of Drops

No Longer So Clueless in Seattle: Current Assessment of Earthquake Hazards

Who is the Civil Engineering Reader?
ASCE commissioned a marketing firm to survey Civil Engineering readers. The questionnaire offered them a chance to candidly express their feelings, about the magazine as well as the state...

Monumental Restorations
Modern nondestructive field surveys and state-of-the-art static dynamic monitoring systems provide important information for historical renovations while ensuring that the structure remains...

Land Use Analysis and Water Surface Profile of Sims Bayou Bridges

Monitoring a 200-Acre Demonstration Marsh

 

 

 

 

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