Learning from Disaster
After each earthquake, civil engineers learn more about what can be done to minimize the damage to infrastructure from seismic events. The recent large earthquakes that struck Izmit, Turkey,...

California and the World Ocean '97
Ocean Resources: An Agenda for the Future
The conference, California and the World Ocean '97 (CWO '97), was organized by the Coastal Zone Foundation and Resources Agency of California. CWO '97...

Selection of Remedial Action for a DNAPL Spill

Erosion-Controlled Radioactive Transport in Agricultural Watersheds

Session II: Dam Safety and Risk of Extreme and Catastrophic Events

Introduction to the Use fo Geographic Information Systems

Reliability Analysis of an Advanced Water Treatment Facility

Who Was Really Exposed? Epidemiology, Environmental Modeling and GIS or How Engineers Can Help Epidemiologists Improve Their Studies

Mapping Toxicology: Using ARC Info to Protect the Public Health

Communicating Environmental Health Issues Using GIS or Improving Response to Citizens with Understandable Maps and Data

Consensus Building at Superfund Sites Using GIS

Comparing Rankings of Selected TRI Organic Chemicals for Two Environments Using a Level III Fugacity Model and Toxicity

Quantifying Uncertainty in Environmental Risk Assessment

Dual-Phase Extraction for TCE DNAPL Remediation

Remediation of HAZWOPER Floodplains, Wetlands & Streambanks

An Overview of Hydrologic Disasters Prediction Models

Application of GIS in a Hazardous Remedial Action System

Environmental Concerns and Hydrologic Disasters

A Risk/Cost Analysis of a Hazardous Waste Site

Soil Vapor Exraction of PCE/TCE Contaminated Soil

 

 

 

 

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