Brownfields Boom
A brownfield is a leftover, unused industrial land parcel thought to have a prohibitively expensive clean-up required before developing. For years brownfields were battlefields for litigation...

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

Coal Pipelines Crossing Railroads: Legal Issues

Visualizing the Flow
Digital modeling of passive cooling techniques now enables engineers to create comfortable environments in even the most unlikely of spaces—including glass atriums in the desert. Passive...

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

Uncertainty in Evaluation of Historical Subsidence Measurements

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

Early Surveys in the Nation's Capital

Implication of Pump/Treat Systems on Land Subsidence

Groundwater Development in an Arid Environment

Ocho Rios Cruise Ship Port Expansion, Jamaica

Coastal Engineering Aspects of the Pier 400 Dredging and Landfill Project at Los Angeles Harbor, California

Container Traffic, Port Landway Networks Development and Large Scale Land Management

Case Studies in Stream Preservation/Restoration

The Effects of Water Resources Planning on Land Development Projects

Dealing with Rapid Growth in the Desert Southwest - Las Vegas, Tucson, and Phoenix: A Case Study

Integrated Water Resource Planning in Las Vegas

Water Supplies Once Abandoned





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