River Restoration Considerations Beyond Channel Design

Design Guidelines for Bioengineered Bank Stabilization

Design Guidance-Instream and Bank Restoration Structures

Reach-Average Dimensions for Channel Reconstruction

River Rehabilitation Measures for a Lowland Channel with Flood Defense Requirements: River Idle, UK

Design of Guide Banks for Bridge Abutment Protection

Bank Protection Toe-Downs and Local Pier Scour

Banking on Bioengineering
Geoenvironmental engineers have traditionally used riprap to protect streambanks and river banks from erosion. In recent years, however, river regulators, permitting agencies, and county...

High Strength Phosphate Cement Using Industrial Byproduct Ashes

Remediation Lessons Learned
Within the past few years a large number of environmental remediation projects have been completed that are now in postclosure monitoring. What lessons can be learned from these projects?...

Stability of Unreinforced Masonry (URM) Compression Members under Out-of-Plane Lateral Loads

Fiber-Reinforced Concrete (FRC) Containers Design to Ensure Impact Performance

Stability and Performance of Controlled Civil Engineering Structures Using Magnetorheological (MR) Dampers

Temporary Structures: Role of the Design Engineer

Demolition of a Pulp Mill in an Operating Paper Facility

Recycling Wash Water in Ready-Mixed Concrete Operations

Fuel-Resistant Sealers for Military Asphalt Pavements

Solid and Sandwich Paving Slabs Containing Coal Combustion Dry Botton Ash

The Tualatin River: A Water Quality Challenge

Swiss Experience in Integrated Stormwater Management





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