The Treatment by Jet Grouting of a Bridge Foundation on Karstic Limestone

Hazard and Resource Considerations in Site Development in Virginia Karst

Rock Foundations for Route 33 Bridge over the Lehigh River

Preliminary Procedure to Predict Scour in Bedrock

Load Testing of Deep Rock-Socketed Drilled Shafts

Behavioral Characteristics of Residual Soils
This proceedings, Behavioral Characteristics in Residual Soils, contains papers presented during the sessions sponsored by the Geo-Institute...

Using Groundwater Models in Remediation Decisions

Initiation of Debris Flows in Tributaries of the Colorado River in Grand Canyon, Arizona

Flash Floods and Their Control in the Indian Arid Zone
Flash floods are common hydrologic phenomena in the arid north west India. Drainage basins of high relief, a large percentage of surficial bed rock, sparse vegetation, and shallow soils...

Normal Modes of a Poroelastic Soil Layer on a Rigid Bed Rock

Lanfill Site Evaluation and Application of MODFLOW to simulate Hydraulically Conductive Zones in Bedrock Associated with Diabase Dikes in North Carolina

Behavior of DNAPLs in Fractured Bedrock

Evaluation of a Bedrock DNAPL Pool Site

Groundwater Predictions in the Swedish Äspö Hard Rock Laboratory

Deep Bedrock Well Injection Near Denver, Colorado

Preliminary Procedure to Predict Scour in Bedrock

A Groundwater Extraction System in a Bedrock Aquifer

Vadose-Zone Monitoring, Sanitary Treatment Plant Sludge-Drying Beds, Rocky Flats Plant, Golden, Colorado
The NPDES Federal Facilities Compliance Agreement (NPDES FFCA) of March 25, 1991 between the U. S. Department of Energy (DOE) and the U. S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), pursuant...

Step Pool Geometry and Flow Characteristics in Low-Sediment-Storage Channel Beds
Data from two small ephemeral streams in Israel indicate that step pool geometry in bedrock channels is similar, in its salient features, to that in alluvial channels. For steep (>0.10)...

Palaeohydraulic reconstruction of floods in upland UK bedrock streams: progress, problems and prospects
Palaeoflood evidence from five small upland Pennine catchments in the UK is used with the HEC-2 flow routine to simulate Holocene peak discharges. Even allowing for uncertainty, sensitivity...





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