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The monthly e-newsletter of Geoengineer.org, issue #113 from July 2014 is out !

The monthly e-newsletter of Geoengineer.org, issue #113 from July 2014 is out !

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The July issue #113 of our monthly e-newsletter has been sent out today !

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Earth opens up in Trikala, Greece, due to erosion and karstification

Earth opens up in Trikala, Greece, due to erosion and karstification

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The sinkhole opened next to a hiking path

An impressive sinkhole opened in Koziakas mountain in Trikala, Greece, upsetting the residents of a nearby village. Luckily no damage…

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Massive landslide in western India, killing 25, attributed to extensive deforestation

Massive landslide in western India, killing 25, attributed to extensive deforestation

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The area received 10.8 centimeters of rain on Tuesday, continuing through Wednesday

After two days of incessant rain, reaching 10.8 centimeters, an entire village in Pune district of Maharashtra state of western India…

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Thermal Integrity Profiling recognized by American Society of Civil Engineers and Deep Foundations Institute

Thermal Integrity Profiling recognized by American Society of Civil Engineers and Deep Foundations Institute

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Pile Dynamics, a Geoengineer.org's sponsor !

The American Society of Civil Engineers, ASCE, announced on July 24th the Thermal Integrity Profiler (TIP) as the 2015 winner…

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Magnitude 6.3 quake hits eastern Mexico - no damage reported

Magnitude 6.3 quake hits eastern Mexico - no damage reported

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Nuclear and oil facilities remain safe, according to state authorities

A strong earthquake occurred in Mexico, southwest of Juan Rodriguez Clara, in the state of Veracruz, yesterday July 29th at 5:46…

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Geosynthetic Reinforced Soil - Integrated Bridge System (GRS-IBS)

Geosynthetic Reinforced Soil - Integrated Bridge System (GRS-IBS)

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This technology offers unique advantages in the construction of small bridges

A bridge replacement project on I-70 over Smith Road and the Union Pacific Railroad in Aurora, Colorado, will be the…

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Announcing CEECareers.com: the Job portal for the Construction, Civil and Environmental Engineering Industry.

Announcing CEECareers.com: the Job portal for the Construction, Civil and Environmental Engineering Industry.

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Finally, companies can post and individuals can find geotechnical engineering jobs immediately, at no cost!

Attracting talent is becoming more competitive, challenging and expensive. CEECareers.com aims to change all that! CEECareeers.com is a…

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Korean scientists define the last eruption date of an active volcano in the country

Korean scientists define the last eruption date of an active volcano in the country

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The team will continue to investigate the island to find evidence of more recent volcanic activity

Jeju, Korea, a universally famous vacation spot with natural resources attracting many tourists, has also recently attracted scientific interest, revealing…

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CPT Testing, the Piezocone and Measuring Soil Moisture

CPT Testing, the Piezocone and Measuring Soil Moisture

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Subscribe Vertek's blog for more on the CPT business

When you think of Cone Penetration Testing (CPT) you may tend to focus on the soil being tested, which makes sense…

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Numerical study verifies use of soil filters to enhance dam's earthquake resistance

Numerical study verifies use of soil filters to enhance dam's earthquake resistance

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Soil filters have been used based on experience built up the last 50 years

A sophisticated numerical study comes to verify the engineering practice regarding the use of soil filters in dams' earthquake protection.…

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Scientists explain the bend in the Appalachian mountain chain!

Scientists explain the bend in the Appalachian mountain chain!

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An underground block of volcanic rock compelled the mountain chain to shift

The Appalachian mountains form a 1500 mile long almost straight chain running from Alabama to Newfoundland. The interesting bend observed…

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Report indicates that sea level rise will make many US coastal areas prone to flooding

Report indicates that sea level rise will make many US coastal areas prone to flooding

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Interactive map shows different flooding scenarions in all coastal states!

Non-profit's organization survey and analyses on climate change, point out that South and North Carolina face the threat of extreme flood events…

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