Modeling the Fate of Dredged Material Placed at an Open Water Disposal SiTe in Upper Chesapeake Bay, USA

Simulating the Fate of Dredged Material: Columbia River, U.S.A.

Materials and Construction
Exploring the Connection
This proceedings, Materials and Construction: Exploring the Connection, consists of papers presented at the 5th ASCE Materials Engineering...

Order Amid Uncertainty (Available in Geoenvironmental special issue only)
Bayesian statistical methods allow engineers to deduce probabilities from incomplete information. If there is a theoretical or empirical reason why a particular probability distribution...

Metal Building Systems: A New Look
The use of metal building systems in low-rise, non-residential construction under 150,000 square feet has grown from less than 50 percent in 1986 to almost 70 percent today. Such systems...

Groundwater Contamination by Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) and Trichloroethylene (TCE): The Agency for Toxic Substance and Disease Registry's (ATSDR's) Approach to Evaluating Public Health Hazard

Assessing Radioactivity at U.S. Department of Energy Sites

Membrane Characterization and Membrane Material Optimization

Adsorption and Biodegradation of High Explosives on Granular Activated Carbon

Bayesian Statistics in Environmental Engineering Planning

Assessment of the Epigenetic Toxicity of a Mixture of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs) before and after Biodegradation

Formulation of a Better Synthetic Gasoline for Use in Soil Vapour Extraction Experiments

Participatory Engineering: Community Involvement to Maximize Benefits of Infrastructure Improvement in Vietnam
(No paper) Participatory engineering deals with the processes which link communities to the technological interventions which affect them. Examples of sustainable linkages abound in many...

Theoretical and Empirical Implications of Increasing Block Rates
(No paper) The U.S. Army disposed chemical agents, laboratory materials, and unexploded ordnance at the O-Field landfill from before World War II until at least the 1950s. Soil, ground...

The Emergence of Spill Prevention Concerns for Water Resources
In Regions where water pollution control programs have succeeded in cleaning up our waters, spills from fixed installations and vessels, trucks and trains continue to represent a very...

Chaotic Slackwater: A Journey Into the Science of Chaos as a Means to Understanding the Parallels between How We Manage Our Organizations and Natural Ecosystems
(No paper) From the ice age to slackwater, the Columbia River continues to ebb and flow through our lives. This paper will explore the ebb and flow between natural and human ecosystems....

City of Sedona Wastewater Reclamation Plant Upgrade: How to Teach an Old Dog New Tricks
(No paper) The City of Sedona's early 1990's wastewater treatment plant was difficult to control, prone to plant upsets, near capacity and often experienced on-site sewage spills. Additionally,...

Catch the Wind
Wind turbines can now produce energy that is cost-competitive with other, more conventional power generation methods. The increased efficiency is due in part to the turbines'...

Case Studies of Buried Corrugated Metal Pipes from the 1994 Northridge Earthquake

Seismic Behavior of On-Grade Steel Tanks: Fragility Curves





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