Improving Combined Sewage Collection and Treatment: A Case Study in Northern Italy

Water Quality Management Planning in Hungary: A Case Study

Advances in Underground Pipeline Engineering II
The first international conference on Advances in Underground Pipeline Engineering was held in 1985. Some 50 authors and over 300 delegates from 20 countries took part in the presentations...

Artificial Recharge of Ground Water II
The Second International Symposium on Artificial Recharge of Ground Water was held in Orlando, Florida from July 17-22, 1995 and sponsored by the ASCE Special Standards Division, the ASCE...

Slow Moving Debris Flows in the Isère Valley, France

Land Use Planning to Reduce the Need to Travel

ARGUS: A Metropolitan Transportation System for the Randstad Holland

High Speed Rail: The French and Eurpoean Experiences

Intermodal Guideway Transit Systems in Europe

Contract Administration Techniques for Quality Enhancement-Study Tour

Berlin's Big Dig
As the first of many major development projects for the new Berlin, the DM 1.5 billion FriedrichstadtPassengen project is the largest private construction investment in Berlin's...

Diagnosis and Assessment of Damaged Sewers Concerning Their Structural Capacity

Two-Phase Flow in Regionally Saturated Fractured Rock Near Excavations

Hydrogeological Conditions of Preselected Sites for Raw Disposal in Geological Formations of Ukraine

Optimizing Public Transport Network Structure in Urban Areas

Landslides under Static and Dynamic Conditions
Analysis, Monitoring, and Mitigation
It is important to consider both the geotechnical engineering and the engineering geology implications of static and dynamic behavior of landslides. In studying landslides one must consider...

Container Traffic, Port Landway Networks Development and Large Scale Land Management

Driver Information Systems: The European Experience

Managing London's Traffic Problems - Developing and Introducing the Red Routes

The Benefits of Effective Project Management Upon Small-scale Hydro Development Within the United Kingdom's Water Supply Infrastructure





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