Dredging and Management of Dredged Material
This proceedings, Dredging and Management of Dredged Material, consists of papers presented at GeoLogan '97 Conference held in...

Significance of Geologic Features on the Contaminant Migration from Landfill Sites
Contaminants (leachate) migration pathways in various media at hazardous waste and landfill sites are primarily defined by the local geologic features at such sites, namely:stratigraphy,...

Whither Nuclear Waste Disposal—A 50th Anniversary View
The world recently observed the 50th anniversary of the first use of the atomic bomb. Thus major sources of nuclear wastes, from defense and power generation, have been around for slightly...

Deep Geological Disposal Programs in Preparation and Under Development

Indian Programme on Deep Geological Disposal of Radioactive Waste

Ukrainian Program of Radioactive Waste Disposal in Geological Formations

Approach, Methods and Results of an Individual Elicitation for the Volcanism Expert Judgment Panel

An Assessment of Future Volcanic Hazard at Yucca Mountain

Evaluation of Geological Formations of West Ukraine from the Standpoint of Raw Disposal

Geological and Geophysical Studies of Sites in the Ukrainian Shield Rock Series Suitable for Construction of Underground Laboratories

Geoenvironmental Evaluation of Geological Formations of Lithuania for Radioactive Waste Disposal

Site Selection and Evaluation of Geological Disposal of Radioactive Waste: Regulatory Aspects

Scoping Analysis of In Situ Thermal-Hydrological Testing at Yucca Mountain

Seismic Reflection Evidence Against a Shallow Detachment Beneath Yucca Mountain, Nevada

Results of Multiple High-Resolution Geophysical Surveys at Yucca Mountain

Borehole UE-25 ONC #1 Drilling at Yucca Mountain, Nevada

Performance Assessment Modeling of the Proposed Genting Island Repository Facility

Keys to Opening the Nation's First Deep Geological Repository in 1998

Critical Groups for Geological Disposal Performance Assessments

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,...

 

 

 

 

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