The Flint River Project - A Curious Anomaly

Reliability of Navigation Structure Monoliths

Use of the Falling Weight Deflectometer in Conjunction with the Photographic Survey Methods in Concrete Pavement Restoration Programs

Condition Assessment of Lock and Dam Structures

On Site, Electrochemical, Corrosion Assessment of Sheet Pile Navigation Structures

Areal Evapotranspiration Estimation Using Several Alternative Formulations of the CRAE Hypothesis

River Basin Management: Battleground for Economic Growth

Designing Ecologically-Sound Banks Along Navigation Canals

South-American River Navigation System and Some Ecologic Problems

Conjunctive Use of Geophysical or Tracer Data with Hydrogeological Testing for Enhanced Site Characterization

Double-Mass Curve Used on Sedimentology - A Case Study

Fathoming the Strength of Structures
More and more, the owners of bridges and piers are budgeting rehabilitations based on inspections done underneath the waterline. Increasingly, they want the underwater inspectors to be...

Accelerating Environmental Technology Implementation
A Survey of Present Practices and New Directions
This survey presents findings from the Environment Technology Evaluation Center, which will assist EvTECH in meeting its mission to expedite the introduction of environmental technology...

Mapping with a Differential
A southern New Jersey landfill is using Differential Global Positioning System topographic surveying to cut costs and turnaround time on annual mapping and volume certification. Modern...

Using Fuzzy Logic in Aircraft Navigation Systems

Verification of the Bruun Rule for the Estimation of Shoreline Retreat Caused by Sea-Level Rise

Comparison of Electromagnetic and Other Surveys to Locate Extensive Water Main Corrosion

Reliability of the Navigation Channel of the Upper Mississippi River

Modeling the Lake Decatur Watershed in Illinois to Evaluate Effects of Best Management Practices on Nitrate Loading
The Illinois State Water Survey recently completed a two-year monitoring and modeling study of the Lake Decatur watershed in Illinois to develop land use management alternatives that would...

Delineating Subsurface Contamination Using Geostatistical and Non-Intrusive Geophysical Methodologies
Electromagnetic (EM) conductivity surveys are becoming a more practiced technique in screening for contamination of soil and groundwater. This non-intrusive geophysical approach detects...





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