Freeze-Thaw Durability of Concrete Cured Below 0°C Using Antifreeze Admixtures

Cold Weather Testing of Outdoor Gas-Fired Heaters

Shakwak Highway Project—Construction Challenges

Design and Construction for Asphalt Pavements in Permafrost Areas: Case Study of Qinghai-Tibet Highway

Soil Creep and Creep Testing of Highly Weathered Tropical Soils

Appalachian Piedmont Regolith: Relations of Saprolite and Residual Soils to Rock-Type

Predicting the Mode, Susceptibility, and Rate of Weathering of Shales

Constructional and Environmental Aspects of Structural Materials at Antarctica and Indian Himalayas

Design with Residual Materials
Geotechnical and Construction Considerations
Residual materials are in-place soil and rock like material derived from the chemical weathering of rock. The nature of residual material is a function of the type of parent material and...

Guidelines for Cloud Seeding to Augment Precipitation
This manual of professional practice, Guidelines for Cloud Seeding to Augment Precipitation (ASCE Manual No. 81), is the outgrowth of a committee report by the same...

Weathering Effect on the Dispersion of a Heavy Crude Oil

Assessing Integrity of Agricultural Weather Data

Multivariate Stochastic Modeling and Optimal Filtering for Weather Network Data Quality Control

Scientific Basis of Precipitation Enhancement

Assessing the Strength and Durability Properties of Shales

NDBC Wave Data—Current and Planned
The National Data Buoy Center (NDBC) of the National Weather Service (NWS), operates a large number of buoy and fixed-platform environmental data reporting stations in geographical areas...

Strontium Isotope Geochemistry of Soil and Playa Deposits Near Yucca Mountain, Nevada

Residual Soil Settlment Related to the Weathering Profile
Residual soils are the in-place residue from rock weathering. They differ greatly from the better understood deposited soils in that their particle arrangements and mineralogy reflect...

Climatic Perspective on the 1993 Mississippi R. Flood
The 1993 summer flooding in the Upper Mississippi River Basin was the most devastating flood of modern times with damage estimates in the range of 15-20 billion dollars. The paper describes...

Estimation of Design Surge Heights by Utilizing Meteorologic and Oceanographic Data
Data on cyclonic storm surge height have been generated with the help of a statistical simulation model. Data on observed maximum cyclonic wind speed and the length of the continental...





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