A Foundation Engineering Trip Down the Mississippi: Foundations for Mississippi River Bridges from Minnesota to Louisiana
Huckleberry Finn had his adventure, but for those interested in foundation engineering, this article will float you down the Mississippi River on your own encounter with the many bridges...

New Orleans under Reconstruction: The Crisis of Planning, By Carol McMichael Reese, Michael Sorkin, and Anthony Fontenot. Brooklyn, New York: Verso, 2014

Waves '93: Opening Remarks by Robert L. Wiegel

NewsBriefs: New Orleans Plans New Streetcar Routes (The New York Times and RTA)

GRL Opens Louisiana Office

Post-Hurricane Gustav Reconnaissance of the New Orleans Hurricane and Storm Damage Risk Reduction System

External Review Panel Delivers Final Assessment to the IPET, Points out Risks to New Orleans

Geo-Denver 2007
New Peaks in Geotechnics
Proceedings of Geo-Denver 2007, New Peaks in Geotechnics, held in Denver, Colorado, February 18-21, 2007. Sponsored by the Geo-Institute of ASCE. This collection contains nearly 300 papers...

New Orleans
This chapter provides a brief overview of New Orleans....

Special Report: Observations of a Broken System: New Orleans' Levees

Modeling the Reliability of New Orleans Levees

Forum Advances Strategies for Rebuilding New Orleans, Fosters Fervor for Resurgence

Book Review: The Great Deluge: Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans, and the Mississippi Gulf Coast by Douglas Brinkley. New York: HarperCollins Publishers, 2006

Restoring Coastal Louisiana
Enhancing the Role of Engineering and Science in the Restoration Program
Louisiana's coastal wetlands represent a significant natural and economic resource for the state and the nation but have been disappearing at a rate of 25 to 35 square miles...

In the Field: New Orleans Streetcar Work Brings Surprises

Economic Restoration of Concrete Infrastructure at Jefferson Parish, Louisiana
United States municipalities are spending hundreds of millions of dollars annually tore place and repair corroded concrete infrastructures in wastewater systems. Structures such as wet...

Adaptive Management for Atchafalaya Basin, LA Water Management Units
The Buffalo Cove Water Management Unit is a pilot unit in the Atchafalaya Basin that has been implemented as part of the Atchafalaya Basin Floodway System project. The pilot unit goals...

Buffalo Cove Water Management Unit, Atchafalaya Basin, LA: A Case Study
The Atchafalaya Basin is a system undergoing change in topography and subsequently, hydraulics and hydrology. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers funded and constructed an initial small-scale...

The New Orleans Network
Though Seattle and Portland are the cities usually associated with high rainfall, the New Orleans metropolitan area averages 58 in. (1,473 mm) of rainfall each year—more than any other...

Evaluation of Pile Load Tests in Soft Cohesive Louisiana Soils

 

 

 

 

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