Launch Vibration Isolation System

Coupled and Uncoupled Poroelastic Solutions to Land Subsidence due to Groundwater Withdrawal

Balancing Aviation, Highway, and Development Needs: Multimodal Planning at Indianapolis International Airport

Coal Pipelines Crossing Railroads: Legal Issues

Land-Use Policy Decisions Based on a Probabilistic Assessment of Landslide and Debris Flow Risks after the 1991 Oakland Hills Firestorm

Soft Ground Improvement in Lowland and Other Environments
The presence of thick deposits of soft clay combined with the effects of ground subsidence cause problems for engineering constructions for lowland areas such as the Central Plain (Chao...

Appalachian Piedmont Regolith: Relations of Saprolite and Residual Soils to Rock-Type

A Surveying Trip Report from George Washington's Diary

Rainfall-Runoff Modeling for Watershed Stormwater Management
In the design of watershed stormwater management plans used for land development, the Pennsylvania State Runoff Model (PSRM) presents upstream subbasin flows that contribute to the peak...

BASINS—A GIS-linked Watershed Analysis and Modeling Tool
Better Assessment Science Integrating Point and Nonpoint Sources (BASINS) is a GIS based tool developed by EPA's Office of Water to help States target and evaluate water...

Alternatives for Managing Shallow Ground Water in Arid Irrigated Areas
The combined operation of a drainage system for subirrigation and drainage is being considered for application in arid areas of the world. This is accomplished by modifying an irrigation...

Uncertainty in Evaluation of Historical Subsidence Measurements

Agroforestry as a Method of Salt and Selenium Management on Irrigated Land in the San Joaquin Valley
Since 1985, several San Joaquin Valley growers, with the support of State and federal agencies, have attempted to manage salt and selenium using agroforestry. Numerous studies and research...

Water in the International Decade for Natural Disaster Reduction

Early Surveys in the Nation's Capital

Water Based Land Use Regulations Using GIS Water Budgeting Model
Protection of water quality and supplies in developing watersheds requires maintenance of the natural water budget. Water budgeting model using GIS provides foundation for land use regulatory...

Groundwater Recharge with Reclaimed Water Another Step Closer to Potable Reuse
California.s water supply is becoming increasingly unreliable, and investments to make water more reliable must be seriously investigated. In this arid region of Southern California, reclaimed...

Groundwater Development in an Arid Environment

Ocho Rios Cruise Ship Port Expansion, Jamaica

Case Studies in Stream Preservation/Restoration





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