Toronto's Tunnel Solution (Available in the Geoenvironmental Special Section only)
The Toronto Transit Commission (TTC), one of the largest public transportation systems in North America, carries more than 1,000,000 commuters a day. The TTC's tunnels had...

Physical and Computational Modeling of Bridge Scour at Oregon Inlet, North Carolina

Sand Bars at Duck, North Carolina, U.S.A.: Observations and Model Predictions

Hurricane Impacts and Shoreline Recovery along Masonboro Island, North Carolina

Hydrodynamics and Suspended Sediment Transport at Camboriú Estuary, Brazil

Directionality of Cross-Shore Sediment Transport in the Surf Zone under High-Energy Conditions

Cross-Shore Transport and Profile Evolution at Duck, North Carolina

Dune Migration and Aeolian Transport along Ceara (Northeastern Brazil): Downscaling and Upscaling Aeolian Induced Processes

The Holocene Coastal Evolution of Eastern England: Evidence from the Offshore Southern North Sea

Barrier Morphology and Inlet Types: Low Energy Flank of the Cape Fear Foreland, North Carolina

Large-Scale Shoreline Response to Storms and Fair Weather

Inlet Induced Shoreline Changes, High Energy Flank of the Cape Fear Foreland, Southeastern North Carolina

Storm Impacts and Shoreline Recovery in Southeastern North Carolina: Role of the Geologic Framework

Mapping Impacts of Hurricanes Fran and Bertha on North Carolina Dunes

Design of an Isolated Steel Bridge for Serviceability

Oil Spill Detection in the Norwegian Sea Using Spaceborne Synthetic Apeture Radar (SAR) Imagery

Characterization of a Tropical Clay via Dilatometer Tests

Ithiel Town and the Design of the North Carolina State Capitol: 1831–1835

Conquering the Mountain
Interstate 26 will be the largest and most expensive highway project ever undertaken in North Carolina. When completed in 2002, I-26 will provide safe and efficient interstate passage...

Putting Wetlands to Work
Wetlands, whether natural or engineered, have enormous potential to clean up wastewater, but in the past, the public called on civil engineers to drain wetlands en masse as a public benefit....

 

 

 

 

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