Hong Kong MTR Corporation Airport Railway

Massive Big Digging in the Center of Berlin

How to Succeed in Business...
As civil engineering continues to evolve as a profession, consulting engineers must continually re-invent their businesses and their practices. In this article, consulting engineers talk...

Rebuilding History
Deterioration of the second-oldest multiple-arch masonry viaduct in the country—in Canton, Mass.—threatened its ability to continue carrying Amtrak's Northeast Corridor trains,...

Riding the Rail
Spurred by decaying or overcrowded roads, communities across the U.S. are planning, building or renovating light rail, freight rail and high speed rail systems. The rail boom, funded in...

Bridge Within a Bridge
A multinational consortium retrofitted the Tagus River suspension bridge in Lisbon, Portugal. The retrofit included widening the roadway deck from five to six lanes, installing a railroad...

Tornado Aftermath: Questioning the Tools (Available Structural Engineering Special Issue Only)
In May 1997, several tornadoes hit central Texas. The strongest of these killed 27 people and destroyed about 40 single-family houses on the outskirts of Jarrell, north of Austin. A post-storm...

Building Between Buildings (Available in Structural Engineering Special Issue Only)
Construction of tall buildings in the centers of the world's large cities almost invariably involves working within severe site constraints. The constraints can involve all...

An Analysis of the Importance of Allee Effects in Management of Red Sea Urchins: Differences Between Oregon/Washington and Southern California

Conserving the Marine Resources of the Southern California Bight

Regional Wetlands Planning: A Case Study of Coastal Wetlands Planning in the San Francisco Bay Area & Southern California

Southern California Coastal Wetlands Inventory: Centralizing Existing Information

Establishing a Southern California Rocky Intertidal Monitoring Network

Decommissioning of Offshore Oil and Gas Facilities: Contrasts Between Southern California and the Gulf of Mexico and Implications for Ecological Reearch

Restoring Southern California Steelhead: Dam. Why Care?

Standard Southern California Monitoring Methods

Effectiveness of Marine Life Refuges on Southern California Shores

Restoring the State's Eroding Beaches, an Innovative Case Study—Sand Replenishiment From a Railroad Grade Seperation in the City of Solana Beach

Redefining the Federal Review Process of High Energy Seismic Exploration for Oil and Gas on Southern California's Outer Continental Shelf: An Example of Federal, State, Local, Industry, and Public Cooperation

Chemistry, Toxicity and Benthic Community Conditions of Sediments from Selected Southern California Bays and Estuaries

 

 

 

 

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