Assessing Seepage at Uncontrolled Hazardous Waste Sites
This paper presents a conceptual framework for estimating the concentration of organic contaminants in a groundwater plume over time. The basis of this framework is the application of...

Modeling of Moisture Penetration through Cover for Uranium Mill Tailings Site

Willow Creek Dam--To Be or Not To Be
In Heppner, Oregon, several alternatives for flood control were considered. A concrete gravity dam constructed using roller compaction methods was selected because of the greatly reduced...

Realistic Hydrology for Basin Management
Several realistic yet simple methods to describe infiltration, soil moisture redistribution, aquifer recharge, canal seepage and stream-aquifer interaction in a river basin are presented...

Boundary Integral Methods in Free Seepage Analysisr

Wave-Induced Seepage Effects on a Buried Pipeline

Bureau of Mines Waste Management Research Program

A Numerical Method to Describe Seepage Flow into a Row of Drain Tile

Remedial Drilling and Grouting of Two Rockfill Dams

Remedial Grouting at Hilton Falls Dam, Canada

Electric Lake Dam Grouting

Chicoasen Project Grouting and Drainage System

Optimum Water:Cement Ratios for Rock Grouting

Seepage Control with Chemical Grout

Soil-Cement for Irrigation Reservoirs

Adaptive Solution of Free Surface Problems

On–Site Disposal Effects on a Shallow Aquifer

Earth-Filled Slurry Walls Provide Economical Seepage Control
Slurry trench cut-off walls are often used for seepage control after structures requiring excavation are completed, but at a construction site on the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway project...

Seepage Cutoff Wall Installed Through Dam is Construction First
A new construction technique has been developed which provides a permanent solution to the foundation problems at Wolf Creek Dam. Muddy flows and sinkholes discovered in 1968 led to a...

Wave-Induced Seepage Forces on Embedded Offshore Structures





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