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

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....

Preparing for Pier A
Earthquakes, oil wells, contamination and unstable soil were among the challenges engineers faced as they prepared a site at California's port of Long Beach for the Pier A...

Temperature Distribution Characteristics at Three LTPP Seasonal Monitoring Sites in Cold Regions

Inspecting the Unknown (Available in Geo-Environmental Special Issue Only)
Unknown foundations have plagued civil engineers for years. In the case of underwater pilings, much time and money is spent inspecting for cracks, breaks or deterioration. Even then, visibility...

Baseball Caps
The last ten years have been a renaissance for baseball stadium construction—a trend that doesn't look likely to stop just yet—and four of the new parks are on the cutting...

Bio-Enrichment by Ocean Upwelling Along the West Coast of North America

Pilgrim's Progress: A Status Report on North American APM Systems

Planning Intermodal Capability at West Coast Container Terminals

A Vessel Traffic Simulation Model for the North Sea Channel Area

Wave Crest Distributions: Observations and Second Order Theory

Evaluation of Long Term Dune Recession Data

The SWAN Wave Model Verified Along the Southern North Sea Coast

Directional Distributions in Wave Spectra

Contrasts in Coastal Floods From Major Hurricanes: 1995 Opal in Florida, 1996 Fran in North Carolina

Perspectives on the 1997 Flooding Red River of the North

The 1997 Red River Floods: What Went Wrong?

International Drainage Construction Conflicts

 

 

 

 

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