Deep Foundations In the Future (Available in Geo-Environmental Special Issue only)
The design and construction of deep foundations has gone from an art form to a scientifically based engineering practice. Research in this field has improved over the past century and...

Walled In (Available in Geo-Environmental Special Issue only)
For more than 50 years manufacturing plants adjacent to the northeast bank of a midwestern creek produced asbestos-reinforced construction materials. When manufacturing at the plants ceased...

Soil Sampling
This manual addresses the principles, equipment, procedures, limitations for obtaining, handling, and preserving soil samples for geotechical investigations in support of civil and military...

Sealing Springfield
The city of Springfield, Missouri, initiated a $12-million, 12-year infiltration and inflow elimination program for its sanitary sewer system after a federal lawsuit was filed to seek...

Modeling the Impacts of Dredged Material Placement in Upper Chesapeake Bay

Modeling Three-Dimensional, Thermohaline-Driven Circulation in the Arabian Gulf

A Numerical Simulation of the Japan/East Sea (JES) Seasonal Circulation

A Comparison of Two Three-Dimensional Shallow-Water Models Using Sigma-Coordinates and z-Coordinates in the Vertical Direction

Three-Dimensional, Hydrostatic and Non-Hydrostatic Modeling of Seiching in a Rectangular Basin

A Three-Dimensional Non-Hydrostatic Model for Free Surface Flows: Development, Verification and Limitations

A Large Domain Convection Diffusion Based Finite Element Transport Model

Modeling Sand Bank Formation Around Tidal Headlands

Proposed Third Crossing of Hampton Roads, James River, Virginia: Feature-Based Criteria for Evaluation of Model Study Results

Simulation of Tunnel Island and Bridge Piling Effects in a Tidal Estuary

Monotonicity Preserving Model for Free-Surface Flow with Sharp Density Fronts

The Mary River Estuary: A New Approach to Modeling of Marshes and Over-Bank Areas

Modeling Water Quality for Dredged Material Disposal

A Framework for Integrated Modeling of Coupled Hydrodynamic–Sedimentary–Ecological Processes

Application of a Barotropic Hydrodynamic Model to Nearshore Wave-Induced Circulation

Circulation and Sediment Transport in the Vicinity of the Hudson Shelf Valley





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