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Geological records reveal sea-level rise threatens UK salt marshes, study saysJul 12, 2018<p>Sea-level rise will endanger valuable salt marshes across the United Kingdom by 2100 if greenhouse gas emissions continue unabated, according to an international study co-authored by a Rutgers University-New Brunswick professor.<br />Moreover, salt marshes ...
Search for survivors after Afghanistan landslide destroys 300 homesJul 12, 2018<p>A landslide destroyed nearly 300 homes, killing at least 10 people, as it swept through an Afghan village where residents were using only basic digging tools to search for survivors, officials said.</p> <p>A mountain lake in Panjsher, a province north of ...
Colombia's tragedy road bridge demolishedJul 12, 2018<p>A bridge under construction has been destroyed after a partial collapse earlier in the year killed nine people.</p>
Japan floods: 141 killed after torrential rain and landslidesJul 10, 2018<p>At least 141 people are now known to have died in floods and landslides triggered by torrential rain in western Japan, says the government.</p> <p>It is the highest death toll caused by rainfall that Japan has seen in more than three decades.</p> <p>Rescuers ...
Hawaii volcano eruption: New video shows terrifying BLUE FIRE billowing from Fissure 8Jul 06, 2018<p>HAWAII’s Mount Kilauea volcano is shown spouting eerie blue flames from cracks in the ground as molten rock and ash continue to spew across Big Island, threatening new residential areas.</p>
Video: Indian Railways builds subway at a busy track in just 4.5 hrsJul 05, 2018<p>The East Coast Railway, one of the blue-chip zones of Indian Railways, has created a record by completing a subway construction at a busy railway track between Pendurthi and Kothavalasa line in Andhra Pradesh in less than five hours.</p>
A Rosetta Stone Between Geotechnical Engineer & Project Manager for TBM TunnelingJul 05, 2018<p>The geology intersected along a tunnel is an overriding factor in many of the decisions that must be made in planning, designing, and construction. During planning and design, the geotechnical engineer must anticipate the behavior of the tunnel under several ...
Multiple Point Rod Extensometers - Model A3
Added on Oct 29, 2012 in Equipment
Added on Oct 02, 2012 in Software
PETROLEUM GEOLOGY AND RESOURCES OF THE AMU-DARYA BASIN, TURKMENISTAN, UZBEKISTAN, AFGHANISTAN, AND IRAN (2004)
The Amu-Darya basin is a highly productive petroleum province in Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan (former Soviet Union), extending southwestward into Iran and southeastward into Afghanistan. This bulletin presents of an assessment of this basin.
Added on Oct 10, 2012 in Publications
Research Update on Geomembranes at Tailings Storage Facilities
This is a guest post by Sahar Pakzad, Marketing and Communications Coordinator at Klohn Crippen Berger Ltd. Professor Kerry Rowe and Klohn Crippen Berger (KCB) alumnus Alan Chou of the GeoEngineering Centre at Queen’s University recently presented an update to KCB staff on the use of geomembranes at tailings storage facilities (TSFs). This update is a result … Continue reading Research Update on Geomembranes at Tailings Storage Facilities
Sep 06, 2017
New era in site investigation data access
Our industry is a bit behind when it comes to new technologies, maybe it is because the scientific progress is moving slowly or not even significantly changing with time. For instance, we’re all still using Terzaghi’s early 1940’s one dimensional consolidation theory or the SPT to conduct our soil investigation. SPT was standardized between 1920 … Continue reading New era in site investigation data access
Jun 19, 2017