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....

Vulnerability of Pacific Northwest Port-Related Lifeline Structures Based on Observations from the Kobe Earthquake of January 17, 1995

Integration of Knowledge-Based Systems and GIS for Subsurface Characterization

Public Water in Private Hands
The nation's water utilities are becoming a battleground for control between private companies that want a share of the market and public employees who are bidding for their...

Protection and Development of Groundwater Resources for Salt Lake City Public Utilities

Determination of the Most Cost-Effective Technology for Subsurface Remediation

Water Utility Planning for Fixed Military Installations

Assessment of a Development Fee Shortfall

FMUS Privatization

Water Resources Planning at El Paso Water Utilities

Subsurface Utility Engineering

Engineering a Challenging Trenchless Utility Crossing

A Nine Pipe Jacked Crossing of I-93 in Downtown Boston

The Application of Continuous Reflection Profiling Methods to Trenchless Pipeline Projects

Mine Subsidence Remediation Using Multiple Grouting Techniques

Mapping Convergence: GIS Joins the Enterprise
While utilities and telecommunications companies have led the way in maximizing GIS's potential, some progressive municipalities are now incorporating GIS into every aspect...

A New Look at Old Man River
After the 1993 Midwest flood, a research team conducted one of the largest aerial mapping projects in U.S. history—a year-long, $3.7 million effort that demonstrates the utility of photogrammetry...

Alternative Relicensing Strategies

Reinventing the Bureau of Reclamation's Power Program

Geotechnical Investigations at Butt Valley and Lake Almanor Dams

 

 

 

 

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