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GEO-SLOPE International, Ltd.

Makers of GeoStudio 2004 and 2007, a suite of software products for geotechnical and geoenvironmental engineering. The components of the suite include SLOPE/W for slope stability, SIGMA/W for stress and deformation analysis, and SEEP/W for […]

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Geology.com

A great source for geology news and they also have a number of interesting and useful resources and maps. Visit Geology.com

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Arizona Wells

A truly user-friendly website where volumes of groundwater and other well data are available for free. The interface makes use of the very popular Google Maps/Google Earth interface. Visit Arizona Wells

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American Rock Mechanics Association – ARMA

The American Rock Mechanics Association is your sole direct link in the United States to the professionals, companies, firms, teachers, and students in the field of rock mechanics and rock engineering. Visit American Rock Mechanics […]

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Bimrocks

Another fine site hosted by Geoengineer.org. This site discusses Bimrocks, the “block in matrix” material that has frustrated engineers, geologists and contractors on many a project. If you’ve ever worked on a project that had […]

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Jon Peltier’s Excel Charts

Jon Peltier is a very well known consultant in the Excel community. He has a large collection of tips and tricks for making some charts that you would have never thought Excel could do. Very […]

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US Geologic Survey – USGS

The USGS serves the Nation by providing reliable scientific information to describe and understand the Earth; minimize loss of life and property from natural disasters; manage water, biological, energy, and mineral resources; and enhance and […]

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U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

The USACOE is responsible for all of the navigable waters within the continental U.S., as well as for flood control and environmental protection and disaster response. Of course they also are responsible for designing and […]

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Bureau of Reclamation

The USBR is best known for their role in constructing some 600+ dams throughout the Western US. They are heavily involved in hydroelectric power generation, as well as protecting our water resources. Visit Bureau of […]