Protecting the Source
The city of New York is engaged in a five-year, $1.5 billion effort to protect water quality in the upstate watersheds that are the source of its drinking water. Under the terms of a 1997...

New York Times Chooses Renzo Piano Design for New Headquarters

A Multi-Estuarine Model in Long Island Sound

New York City's Socioeconomic Characteristics, Land Use and Travel Patterns
The dense land use of New York City is the defining characteristic of travel in New York City. The large number of people who live and work in a relatively small landmass reduces the need...

Control of Wind Response of the Trump World Tower
The Trump World Tower is a luxury residential building located on 1st Ave. and 48th St. in New York City,...

Urban Public Transportation System of New York City and Its Operation and Use by People
New York City has eleven major bridges and four major auto tunnels reaching within its borders. There are more than 3,000 miles of bus routes in the Greater New York Metropolitan Area...

Bridge Scour Analysis in New Jersey: Which Scour Factors Matter Most?

Evaluation of Selected Instruments for Monitoring Scour at Bridges in New York

Scour-Hole Dimensions at Selected Bridge Piers in New York

Scour-Hole Dimensions at Selected Bridge Piers in New York

Cap of Concrete
The roof of a new $84 million arena in New Orleans was built using techniques usually seen in tied-arch concrete bridges. The concrete components of the roof carry the large compression...

Recent Seismic Evaluations of New York City Bridges

The Consequences of Vessel Impacts on the Mississippi River Bridges in New Orleans

Fiber-Reinforced Plastics for Bridge Construction and Rehabilitation in New York

A History of Deep Foundations in New York City, Could We Build It Now?

Flooding-Induced Mine Subsidence at Retsof, New York

Temporary Support of Buildings: Who Really Assumes the Responsibility?

Shoreface Bedforms and Cross-Shore Sand Fluxes Measured Using an Enhanced Sea Sled

Spatial Variation in Source Characteristics and Aeolian Trapping Rates on a Beach

Flood Shoal Response to Inlet Modifications at Barnegat Inlet, New Jersey





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