Scour Processes Observed in Field Data
River channels scour and aggrade due to complex, interrelated natural processes that are dynamic over space and time. Channel scour is particularly difficult to predict for bridge crossings,...

The Cost of Highway Bridge Scour in the State of Minnesota
Different states are faced with different conditions with respect to geology, topography, climate, native vegetation types, bridge ownership, and bridges management systems, which in turn...

Floodplain Management in Los Angeles County
Los Angeles is located in a geologically young area of the western United States. It is characterized by highly erodible, steep mountains and flat alluvial plains. Located in a semi-arid...

Use of Geologic Information in Site Characterization

Uncertainty in the Geologic Setting and Its Impact on Site Characterization

Incorporating Uncertainty, Objective, and Subjective Data in Geologic Site Characterization

The Use of Direct Push Technologies in Expedited Site Characterization

Achieving a Reasonable Level of Accuracy in Site Characterization in the Presence of Geologic Uncertainty

Geologic Uncertainties in Tunneling

Geostatistical Assessment of Spatial Variability in Piezocone Tests

Probabilistic Simulation of Geologic Waste Disposal Facilities Using the Repository Integration Program (RIP)

A Comparison of Geological and Stochastic Approaches to Characterization of Heterogeneity and their Effects on Simulations of Pump-and-Treat Systems

Overcoming Soil Uncertainty in Prediction of Construction and Industrial Vibrations

Uncertainty in the Geologic Environment
from Theory to Practice
The state-of-the-art is presented with respect to analytical and design methods incorporating uncertainty in the geologic environment. Particular emphasis is placed on practical applications...

Appalachian Piedmont Regolith: Relations of Saprolite and Residual Soils to Rock-Type

Embankment Dams in the Piedmont/Blue Ridge Province

The Application of Time Domain Electromagnetics to a Regional Groundwater Investigation in Western Washington

The Great Guam Earthquake of 1993 Port Disaster and Recovery

Simulating Long Period Ground Motions in Three-Dimensional Basins Using a Staggered-Grid Finite-Difference Approach

Principal Aspects of Petrographical Examination of Rock Salts to Assess Their Suitability for Radioactive Waste Disposal

 

 

 

 

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