Use of a National Loss Estimation Methodology for Risk Management

Use of a Technical Clearinghouse during Emergencies

Mitigation, Preparedness & Sustainable Development: Linking Research & Resources in the Global Information Infrastructure

Geographic Information Systems for Emergency Response Management of Transportation Systems

Development of Flood Hazard Boundary Information

The Importance of Dissemination and Instruction in Hurricane Warnings

Integration of Knowledge-Based Systems and GIS for Subsurface Characterization

Creating an Expert Geographic Information System: Arc/Info-Nexpert Object Interface

Expert Systems for Civil Engineers
Integration Issues
This monograph on integrated computer systems is one in a series of monographs published by the Expert Systems on Artificial Intelligence Committee of the ASCE Technical Council on Computer...

Net Results
On any sort of cleanup, digging is expensive and intrusive, but when the cleanup involves unexploded artillery shells and other munitions, digging can also be dangerous. Understandably,...

Monumental Restorations
Modern nondestructive field surveys and state-of-the-art static dynamic monitoring systems provide important information for historical renovations while ensuring that the structure remains...

Using Geographic Information Systems (GIS) to Perform Benefit/Cost Analyses for Water Resources Projects

Providing Water Management Information Over the Internet

Internet Applications for Water Resources Information

Development of a Data Centered Decision Support System for Multiple Purpose Water Resources Projects

The Value of Hydrologic Information in Hydropower System Operations

GIS-Based NPS Water Quality Control of Lakes

A Policy to Charge for Fire Flow Information

Internet Access of Earthquake Reconnaissance Information

Seismic Risk Assessment for Residential and Commericial Buildings in San Francisco





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