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<p>With the urban population increasing, conurbation is getting more and more crowed, traffic jam happens everywhere. In this case, utilization of the underground space has become an effective way to undertake this set of problems. Tunnel construction is one ...
In this paper the structural relationships and their interpretations were investigated and analyzed in detail with the aim of unravelling the tectonic evolution of the Nigerian basement.
A NEW CHRONOLOGY FOR THE AGE OF APPALACHIAN EROSIONAL SURFACES DETERMINED BY COSMOGENIC NUCLIDES IN CAVE SEDIMENTS (2007)
Relative chronology of landscape evolution across the unglaciated Appalachian plateaus of Kentucky and Tennessee.
This publication is a series of lecture notes on Coastal Geology from University of Hawaii
This paper presents a plate-scale model for the Precambrian growth and evolution of the North American continent.
The purpose of this paper is to describe the procedures and thought processes used by coal mine geologists when determining various mineability and reserve extraction feasibility issues. The paper will also address underground geologic hazard mapping and prediction ...
<p>Overbreak is a considerable cost factor in underground construction. In literature virtually no information is available relating rock mechanical parameters quantitatively to overbreak. During the construction (drilling, blasting&mucking) of the Soumagne ...
This paper reports briefly all the information reported in related papers for the Vaiont landslide, referring to the geological studies, to the chronology of events before 9th October 1963 and to the different interpretations of the landslide triggering and ...
GEOLOGIC CONTEXT OF GEODETIC DATA ACROSS A BASIN ANDRANGE NORMAL FAULT, CRESCENT VALLEY, NEVADA (2004)
In this paper are reported results from geomorphic and paleoseismological investigations of the Crescent fault (Nevada) and discuss their implications for models of fault system dynamics.
This paper explores methods for predicting unforeseen geological conditions in large civil engineering projects.