Creating Art AND Reducing Project Risk WITH 3D Modeling: Digital Insights Unearth Hidden Landscapes
Humans have always lived in threedimensional space, with senses that evolved for a 3D environment. So, it’s perfectly natural that people can more quickly, easily, and fully understand something when it’s...

Civil Engineering Educators Must Teach Applied Geology to Their Students

What's Hiding Between the Boreholes?
Often, geotechnical explorations consist of a few, strategically placed boreholes and considerable interpolation and extrapolation by the geotechnical engineer. The information between boreholes in most...

Borehole Geophysics: Tools to Characterize Rock Properties
Effective design and construction in rock requires characterization of the engineering properties of the rock mass, as well as any associated geological features such as joints, faults, and bedding planes....

Difficult-Access Rockfall Mitigation: Design and Construction Way Up High!
Rockfall mitigation projects frequently require work at elevated positions. This is not something that comes naturally for many engineers and geologists. Palms sweat, knees knock, and voices may start...

Geotechnical Risk Management: The Five Non-Technical Topics that are Crucial for the Successful Practice of Geotechnical Engineering
It is fair to state that the aspects of civil design and construction referred to as geotechnical engineering can be characterized as inherently risky. Geologic processes are complex,...

Beer's Secret Ingredient: geology
As anyone in the beer business should know, water -- and what's in the water, courtesy of the geology through which it percolates -- can make all the difference in an end...

AS I See It: The Importance of Geology in Structurally Controlled Rockslides

Geologic Hazard Abatement Districts: A Response to Landslide Control

applying Geology to Geotechnical Investigations

Geologic Mapping for Offshore Engineering, Mississippi Delta

Call for Papers: 43rd Symposium on Engineering Geology and Geotechnical Engineering (EGGE), March 23-25, 2011, University of Las Vegas, NV.

Geologic Maps

Watch for this Call for Papers: 43rd Symposium on Engineering Geology and Geotechnical Engineering (EGGE)

Commentary: Engineering Geology — A Vital Phase of GeoEngineering

Commentary: Engineering Geology Past, Present, and Future – This Time It's Different!

CoreBits: Members in the News— Benson Addresses Seattle Section; Chandrakants S. Desai Receives Awards; Clough Receives NAE's Bueche Award; Geology Group Salutes Cornforth; ASCE/G-I 2008 Award Winners; Garry Gregory Appointed Adjunct Professor

Geology and Engineering Behavior of Connecticut Valley Varved Clay

Groundwater Flow Model Development at the Nevada Test Site
The Underground Test Area Project (UGTA) of the National Nuclear Security Administration.s Nevada Site Office is in the process of assessing and developing regulatory decision options...

Monitoring and Quantifying Rate-Limited Mass Transfer Using Geoelectrical Measurements
Non-Fickian solute-transport behavior has been observed at research and aquifer remediationsites in diverse geologic settings. Anomalous behavior such as concentration rebound, long breakthrough...





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