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Geotechnical Engineering and Materials - News

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aerial view of NSF's Mo'orea Coral Reef Long-Term Ecological Research site NSF awards rapid response grants to study current El Niņo, one of the strongest on record
Released February 2, 2016
Press Release
workers at Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power station Study: Fukushima disaster was preventable
Released September 21, 2015
News From the Field
an aerial view of the slide site at Oso, Wash. Oso disaster had its roots in earlier landslides
Released July 22, 2014
News From the Field
T-Rex, a 64,000-pound shaker truck Ground-improvement methods might protect against earthquakes
Released March 19, 2014
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engineering graphic Mapping the Japanese Tsunami to Prepare for Future Events
Released March 5, 2012
News From the Field
image of a sinking building Report Cites 'Liquefaction' As Key to Much of Japanese Earthquake Damage
Released April 18, 2011
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Illustration showing that concrete absorbs carbon dioxide over time reducing carbon footprint. How Solid Is Concrete's Carbon Footprint?
Released May 18, 2009
Press Release
deer Common Soil Mineral Degrades the Nearly Indestructible Prion
Released January 14, 2009
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