2010 Honors and Awards: Arid Lands Hydraulic Engineering Award

Commentary: Should Geotechnical Engineers Be Aware of Mine Subsidence? You Bet!

Uncertainties in Evaluating Mine Subsidence

Designing for Potential Mine Subsidence at a Disposal Facility in Appalachia

Real-Time Monitoring of Subsidence Along 1-70 in Washington, Pennsylvania

2009 Honors and Awards: Arid Lands Hydraulic Engineering Award

NewsBriefs: Land Use May Figure in Mayan Decline (National Geographic News)

In the Field: Undergraduates at Virginia Tech to Benefit from Courses On Land Development Design

Infrastructure: Report Warns U.S. Economy Depends on Transportation Infrastructure and Land Use Planning

CoreBits: Members in the News — Denny Honored for Public Service; DiMaggio Named Manager of SHRP2; G-I Members Elected to Distinguished and Fellow Memberships; 2008 Buchanan and 2007 Terzaghi Lectures; Hartley Joins Gallet & Associates; Jacob Associates Promotes G-I Members; Johnston Becomes New Leadership President; Land Brings Expertise to Falcon Engineering; Medley Named 2009 Jahns Distinguished Lecturer; O'Hara Becomes LEED Certified; Schnabel Promotes Nelson and Adds Go.aamez, Rollins Wins Best Geotechnical Paper

2008 Honors and Awards: Arid Lands Hydraulic Engineering Award

NewsBriefs: Reclaimed Landfill Wins Architecture Award

2007 Honors and Awards: Arid Lands Hydraulic Engineering Award

NewsBriefs: Consutling Engineers to Speed Up California Transportation Projects (Consulting Engineers and Land Surveyors of California)

Structural Engineering: New Jersey Clubhouse 'Floats' on Reclaimed Landfill

Court Decisions: Engineer Not Liable for Damage from Subsidence

Court Decisions: Land Use Agreement Constitutes Judicial Rezoning

Court Decisions: Land Use Variance Granted

Large Scale Sediment Source Identification and Load Estimation Designed to Inform the TMDL Process

Effects of Prior Rainfall and Storm Variables on Curve Number Rainfall-Runoff

 

 

 

 

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