Alabama G-I Chapter Announces Summer Meeting

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People: Gibson to Direct New Program at Alabama

Hydraulic Evaluation of I-65 at the Alabama River Peninsula

Mobile Bay Scour Analysis for Mobile and Baldwin Counties, Alabama

Bridge Scour Assessments Following Hurricane Danny in Southern Alabama

Validation of Py Curves from Pressuremeter and Dilatometer Tests at Auburn, Alabama

Resolving the Water Wars: The Compacts Between Alabama, Florida, and Georgia
(No paper) Several water supply proposals on behalf of Georgia have caused a water rights ?war? which pits Alabama and Florida against Georgia in the Apalachicola, Chattahoochee, and Flint...

Bridge Scour Assessments Following Hurricane Danny in Southern Alabama

Hydraulic Evaluation of I-65 at the Alabama River Peninsula

Bioremediation in the Highway Environment
Three Case Studies
Prepared by the Environmental Technology Evaluation Center (EvTEC) and the Highway Innovative Technology Evaluation Center (HITEC), CERF Service Centers. ...

Regional Cooperation: The ACT/ACF Basins Comprehensive Study-An Innovative Approach to Federal/Interstate Collaborative Planning

Monitoring of Timber Bridge Superstructures in Alabama

Grouting in a Karst Environment

Flooding in Southeastern United States From Tropical Storm Alberto, July 1994

Mobile Bay Scour Analysis for Mobile and Baldwin Counties, Alabama
Scour analyses were prepared for ten bridges and causeways in and around Mobile Bay on the Gulf Coast of Alabama. Interactions between riverine floods on the Mobile River and tidal storm...

Resolution of the ACT-ACF Water dispute with a Federal-State Partnership
A Comprehensive Water Resources Study, conducted in partnership with the States of Alabama, Georgia and Florida and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps), represents an innovative approach...

Mitigation Measures for Eroding Muddy Shores
A criterion for the stability of muddy coasts is proposed, accounting for bottom resistance, hydrodynarnic forcing and sediment supply. Although qualitative, this criterion provides a...

The World's Oldest Civil Engineering Professor

Standardizing the Shared Use of Transboundary Water Resources

 

 

 

 

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