Unbound Granular Material Characterization from Stress Path Loading Tests

Determination of Vertical Loading on Underground Structures Based on an Arching Evolution Concept

Jacking Loads Associated with Microtunneling

Nondestructive Bridge Testing: Load Rating and Condition Rating

An Update on Full-Scale Step Feed Biological Nutrient Removal (BNR) Applications

A Statewide Economic Optimization Model for California II: Model and Results
(No paper) Traditionally simulation models have been used for multi-reservoir operation studies. More recently deterministic optimization models have been used to identify promising alternatives...

Economic Valuation of Agricultural Water Use for Large-Scale Modeling
(No paper) A state-wide irrigated agricultural production model has been developed for California. The model is an extension of the Central Valley Production (CVP) Model that was most...

Use of Economic Optimization to Evaluate New Facilities
(No paper) The confluence of the Sacramento and San Joaquin rivers and the San Francisco Bay forms the largest estuary on the West Coast. Known as the Bay-Delta, the region supplies drinking...

Use of Economic Optimization to Assess the Value of Water Marketing
(No paper) There is an increasing interest and implementation of water markets as an allocation mechanism for water in the Western U.S. However, the importance of the timing and location...

Impacts of Global Climate Change upon a Regional Aquifer System in the Northeastern United States
(No paper) The Charles River Basin is a major water resource in eastern Massachusetts. It used for a variety of purposes including water supply, industrial cooling, waste disposal, flood...

Estimate of Economic Impacts of Climate Change upon US Water Resources Using Partial Equilibrium Modeling
(No paper) The use of the model is to determine the allocation of water between suppliers and consumers under present and future climates such that net economic benefits subject to regulatory...

Chaotic Slackwater: A Journey Into the Science of Chaos as a Means to Understanding the Parallels between How We Manage Our Organizations and Natural Ecosystems
(No paper) From the ice age to slackwater, the Columbia River continues to ebb and flow through our lives. This paper will explore the ebb and flow between natural and human ecosystems....

Using Indirect Potable Reuse to Provide New Water Supplies in Resource-Limited Regions
(No paper) Historically, water resources needed for potable use have been derived from readily-accessible surface and groundwater supplies of freshwater origin because such supplies can...

Improving the Seismic Resistance of Steel Tanks: Technical and Cost Implications

Economic Impacts of an Earthquake in the New Madrid Seismic Zone: A Multiregional Analysis

Computable General Equilibrium Modeling of Earthquakes

Integrating Transportation and Economic Models

Snowdrift Design Guidance for the New South Pole Station

Deformations of Buildings in the Cryolithozone

Rehabilitation of Route 15 in Big Squaw, Maine

 

 

 

 

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