You can generate your own earthquake probability maps for your area. Visit Earthquake Probability Maps – USGS
For transportation related geotechnical engineering, these publications are an absolute must! But all practicing geotechs should find something useful. Visit FHWA Geotechnical Engineering Publications
The latest version of Autodesk’s Geotechnical Module will help engineering companies streamline the production of geotechnical drawings and models. Licensed by Keynetix to Autodesk, the update of the free add-on to AutoCAD Civil 3D includes […]
The GBA has been helping geoprofessional firms deal with the legal realities of our business for nearly 50 years. They have recently updated two important resource documents that address this topic: Limitation-of-Liability Case Index and […]
I was recently made aware of an excellent reference from the US Bureau of Reclamation regarding best practices and risk methodology for assessing dams. This is a reference manual to accompany a course offering, but […]
Ask anyone about what lies beneath their feet and they’ll say it’s a mystery. Understanding how ancient sediments were deposited are challenging enough, but taking the mystery out of the subsurface for environmental and engineering work can be daunting….even for professionals.
On Sept 12 & 13, geologists, engineers and environmental scientists will be traveling to Exton, PA for an interactive, educational workshop to learn how take the mystery out of the surface.
Bentley Systems and Midwest GeoSciences Group are combing technology and best practices to help professionals apply the geologic principles to ground water and engineering projects during this first-of-its kind workshop.
[Editor] Please read on for the rest of the press release on this practical workshop from GeoPrac.net sponsor, Bentley Systems, the makers of gINT Software. [/Editor]