Debris Flow Hazard Assessment in British Columbia

Identification of Coastal British Columbia Terrain Susceptible to Debris Flows

Channelized Debris Flow Mitigative Structures in British Columbia, Canada

Full Use of Arching in Deck Slabs (Available only in Structural Engineering Special Issue)
The use of arching concrete deck slabs allows engineers to safely reduce the amount of reinforcement at a significant overall cost savings. Engineers with the Ministry of Transportation...

Construction Opportunities and Practices in Canada

Limits and Difficulties in Applying the Quebec Safety Code for the Construction Industry—The Case of Excavations

Construction Safety Affected by Codes and Standards
These five papers present an insight into, and highlights of, some very recent design/construction standardization activities in the US, Canada, Great Britain, Japan and Israel. New performance-type...

Pipeline Research Needs

Structural Fire Resistance - Past, Present and Future

Simulating the Transport of an Algae Bloom off the West Coast of Vancouver Island

Validation of the Simplified Audit Process at a Roofing Tar Paper Speciality Product Manufacturer - Part 2
The Simplified Audit Process (SAP) is presently tested in a roofing tar paper speciality product manufacturer in Joliette, Quebec. The steps involved in the process had helped the company...

Feasibility of Modeling Phosphorus Dynamics in Stormwater Wetlands
This research, underway at the University of Guelphs School of Engineering, studies the feasibility of modeling phosphorus assimilative capacity by stormwater wetlands in cold climates....

Managing Great Lakes Water Levels: An International Partnership
During this century, the levels of two of the Great Lakes have been regulated; Lake Superior since 1921 and Lake Ontario since 1960. The regulation is directed by the International Joint...

The Environmental Valuation Reference Inventory (EVRI) for Water Related Benefits Transfers
Managing our water resources requires knowledge not only of flows, water chemistry and aquatic life, but also of the various uses and economic values that humans place upon the water....

A Process Unit Based Approach to Media-Integrated Waste Minimization: A Paint Manufacturing Case Study
Research conducted at the School of Engineering, University of Guelph, has developed a media-integrated waste minimization plan for a major Ontario paint and coatings manufacturer. The...

Adapting Water Resources of the Canadian Prairies under the impact of Climatic Warming
Given that future droughts could become more frequent and more severe because of climatic warming, this paper discusses some strategies to manage and to develop the water resources of...

The Great Great Lakes
Superlatives are in order when talking about the Great Lakes of North America! As a body of water half the size of the Mediterranean Sea and stretching more than a third across North America,...

Impacts of NAFTA on Environmental Engineering
This paper addresses recent developments in the environmental sector under the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) represents a...

Application of GIS in Site Selection for Nuclear Waste Disposal Facility

Biosphere Model for Assessing Doses from Nuclear Waste Disposal

 

 

 

 

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