People: Maine Section Honors Schonewald

`Spread the Word' on Engineering Contributions, Dean Urges Maine Section Members

Modeling the Circulation in Penobscot Bay, Maine

Resolving Beach Conflicts in California and Maine
Local communities can measure and project sea level rise (SLR), delimit populations affected by SLR, assess the positions of local stakeholders, and put in place appropriate responses....

Adjustments to Short-Term Hydrologic Forecasts for Conceptual Models of Hydrologic Processes
(No paper) Real-time forecasting of streamflows is amorphous and multi-dimensional. Weather forecasts, which are synonymous in popular culture with uncertainty, are just one component...

Directional Drilling in Maine and New Hampshire for the PNGTS/Maritimes 762 mm Natural Gas Pipeline Project

Rehabilitation of Route 15 in Big Squaw, Maine

Structural Controls on the Development of a Coarse Sandy Barrier, Reid State Park, Maine

Modeling Realistic Events of the Maine Coastal Current

Instrumentation of Reinforcement, Separation and Drainage Geosynthetic Test Sections Used in the Reconstruction of a Highway in Maine

Rubber Meets the Road in Maine
Maine design engineers working on a $42 million highway project, faced several settlement problems in the alignment's soft soil. One of their solutions was to use 500,000...

Seismic Risk Assessment for Environmentally Sensitive Facilities in Northern Maine

Simulations of the Maine Coastal Current

Special Inspections in Maine

Application of CSO-Related Bypasses in Maine

Landslides under Static and Dynamic Conditions
Analysis, Monitoring, and Mitigation
It is important to consider both the geotechnical engineering and the engineering geology implications of static and dynamic behavior of landslides. In studying landslides one must consider...

Modernization of Ferry Terminals State of Maine Department of Transportation

Landslides in Glaciomarine Clays of Coastal Maine

Circulation and Flushing in Casco Bay, Maine
A modified 3-D hydrodynamic numerical model MECCA (Model for Estuarine and Coastal Circulation Assessment; Hess, 1989) has been applied to Casco Bay, Maine, with a horizontal resolution...

Modeling the Seasonal Circulation in Massachusetts Bay
An 18 month simulation of circulation was conducted in Massachusetts Bay, a roughly 35 m deep, 100×50 km embayment on the northeastern shelf of the United States. Using a variant of the...





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