Arizona Local Government Bridge Scour Evaluation Study

U.S. Geological Survey Field Measurements of Pier Scour

Federal Highway Administration Concept for Designing and Evaluating Tidal Influenced Bridges for Scour

Rating Tidal Bridges for Vulnerability to Scour Damage

Equalizing Wet Weather Flows
Sanitary sewer overflows and combined sewer overflows can wreak havoc on communities by flooding basements, contaminating drinking water sources and recreational water bodies, and flowing...

Banking on Bioengineering
Geoenvironmental engineers have traditionally used riprap to protect streambanks and river banks from erosion. In recent years, however, river regulators, permitting agencies, and county...

Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) Experimental Studies of Curved Steel Bridge Behavior during Construction

Vessel/Bridge Collisions Investigated by the National Transportation Safety Board

Seismic Isolation of the First Federal Building in San Francisco

Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) Approach for Reliability Testing of the Visual Inspection Method

Failure of a Drainage System within the Core of a Federal Levee: An Evaluation of Repair Alternatives

Overview of Research, Evaluation, and Direction of Recycling Technology Projects and Programs Currently Underway at the Federal Highway Administration

Canberra Stormwater Management: An Australian Case Study

The Cover Trials
Soil erosion-control covers have been used over closed landfills for years as a means of limiting soil loss and contaminant runoff. Since 1994, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency...

Dam Breaching: The Rest of the Story
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is evaluating the possibility of breaching four dams on the lower Snake River to improve salmon migration. Because significant infrastructure modifications...

Substructures Stack Up (Available in Structural Engineering Special Issue only)
As part of a 1997 research project sponsored by the Texas Department of Transportation and the Federal Highway Administration, the University of Texas at Austin Center for Transportation...

Energy Unleashed
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers discharges a mean daily flow of 2,000 cu ft/s (57 m³/s) under a gross head of 280 ft (85 m) through four Howell-Bunger valves at the Summersville Dam in...

Characterization and In-Situ Remediation of Chromium-Contaminated Soils and Sediments at the USCG Support Center, Elizabeth City, NC

Radon Monitoring Near a Department of Energy (DOE) Facility at Fernald, Ohio

Assessing Radioactivity at U.S. Department of Energy Sites

 

 

 

 

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