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Despite the hazardous inclination of approximately five degrees, the Leaning Tower of Pisa (in Italy) has managed to survive four strong earthquakes since 1200 A.D.

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Participate in Survey on Innovation Initiatives of ISSMGE Featured

ISSMGE is pleased to invite you to participate in a survey on “Innovation Initiatives of ISSMGE.”

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Airborne lidar surveys taken before and after a powerful 2016 earthquake in Japan revealed the potential for such surveys to identify hard-hit buildings quickly.

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GeoWorld, the online professional networking site for geotechnical engineers and associated fields supported by the International Society of Soil Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering (ISSMGE), is pleased to announce the results of the fourth quarter of its Geotechnical Business Confidence Index.

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The FHWA National Geotechnical Team announces the availability of the completed research report titled "Selection of Spread Footings on Soils to Support Highway Bridge Structures" (FHWA-RC/TD-10-001).

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A team of researchers has been brought together under LIQUEFACT project to investigate and find solutions against one of the most devastating forms of seismic phenomena – liquefaction.

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After an earthquake, there is a disturbance in the field of gravity that happens almost instantaneously. In a new study, scientists observe and model the gravity-related signals stemming from this disturbance, proposing their use as a rapid estimate of the magnitude of strong earthquakes.

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