I’ve given thanks and stuffed myself. Tomorrow it’s back to work. Here are some news tidbits for geoengineers that are worth being thankful for.
- Black & Veatch to Design Tunnel System for $244 Million Cincinnati Project – Source: Trenchless Technology Online
- Nicholson Construction’s Howard Hanson Dam (Washington) Grout Curtain Project – Source: National Driller November 2010
- Law approved to pinpoint geologically sensitive areas – Source: Taipei Times
- Kilbuck PA Walmart Landslide restoration project nearing end – Source: Lebanon Daily News
- Scientists find new seismic fault in Rocky Mountains – Source: BBC News
- Is a Major Earthquake Looming for Panama and its Canal? – Source: LiveScience
- Pedestrian Underpass Tunnel Leak In Lower Manhattan Called Minor – Source: ENR: Engineering News Record
- Geosoft introduces packaged solution for Geophysical Information Management – Source: GISUser.com
- Mount Rainier: One of Our Nation’s Most Dangerous Volcanoes – Source: Geology.com
- USGS mineral exploration files scanned, online – Source: Arizona Geology
- iGeology App for iPhone – Source: The Geotechnical Data Hub
This review is for the iGeology app, which allows you to browse Brittain’s geologic map from the British Geologic Survey.
- Oregon DOT workers uncover ancient past with future implications – Source: KATU.com
- Wick drain consolidation-time calculation spreadsheet according to Barron-Hansbo Equation – Source: Hayward Baker Wick Drains