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Evidence show that the time to exploit areas outside of Earth has arrived.

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It is a matter of time before a massive earthquake that will trigger a disastrous tsunami, strikes, according to scientists.

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Garland Likins, P.E., principal of GRL, was recognized as the recipient of DFI’s highest award to an individual, the Distinguished Service Award (DSA).

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It has been two years since GeoWorld introduced the Geotechnical Business Confidence Index (GBCI), which is intended to measure quarterly the short-term (1-year) and long-term (5-year) expectations for business conditions in geotechnical companies throughout the world. During this time, thousands of participants shared their view.

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The landscape of Anak Krakatau volcano that recently erupted causing a disastrous tsunami in Indonesia, has significantly changed.

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A tunnel designed to divert rainfall water has resolved a persistent flooding issue in Chicago's Albany Park.

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For the first time, thermal imaging was used to monitor grout penetration in two shafts segmentally constructed by precast concrete rings.

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Humboldt participates at the Transportation Research Board, in Washington, DC

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Friday, 11 January 2019 10:14

Geopier SRT® System in action Featured

The Geopier SRT® system is the most efficient and cost-effective solution to stabilize slides up to 12 feet deep.

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A slow-moving landslide, located on Rattlesnake Ridge beyond Union Gap, Wash, will be monitored by the Washington State Department of Transportation.

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