Environmental And Engineering Geology Volume Iv

Author: Syed E. Hasan, Benedetto De Vivo, Bernhard Grasemann, Kurt Stüwe, Jan Lastovicka, Syed M. Hasan, Chen Yong
Publisher: EOLSS Publications
ISBN: 1848263589
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Environmental And Engineering Geology is a component of Encyclopedia of Environmental and Ecological Sciences, Engineering and Technology Resources in the global Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS), which is an integrated compendium of twenty one Encyclopedias. The Theme on Environmental and Engineering Geology with contributions from distinguished experts in the field discusses matters of great relevance to our world such as: engineering and environmental geology, and their importance in our life. It also includes a discussion of some new applications of geoscience, such as medical geology, forensic geology, use of underground space for human occupancy, and geoindicators. These four volumes are aimed at the following five major target audiences: University and College students Educators, Professional practitioners, Research personnel and Policy analysts, managers, and decision makers and NGOs.

Physical Geology

Author: David McGeary
Publisher: William C Brown Pub
ISBN: 9780697376497
Size: 26.54 MB
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Environmental Geology

Author: Carla W. Montgomery
Publisher: WCB/McGraw-Hill
ISBN: 9780697158123
Size: 12.45 MB
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Intended for the introductory-level college course, the principal aim of this text is to present the student with a broad overview of environmental geology. The text looks both at how the earth developed into its present condition and where matters seem to be moving for the future. It is hoped that this knowledge will provide the student with a useful foundation for discussing and evaluating specific environmental issues, as well as for developing ideas about how the problems should be solved.

The American West At Risk

Author: Howard G. Wilshire
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0195142055
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The American West at Risk summarizes the dominant human-generated environmental challenges facing the 11 contiguous arid western United States. The importance of this story is that protecting lands and soil also protects air and water quality, and water supplies, which are critical support for our lives and our health.

Laboratory Exercises In Environmental Geology

Author: Harvey Blatt
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Science/Engineering/Math
ISBN:
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This laboratory manual has been fine-tuned to fulfill the needs of an introductory course for majors and non-majors. Reduced math and chemistry coverage and condensed lab exercises make the manual more manageable for your one-semester course, while offering a range of problems to match each student's abilities. Lab exercises focus on a broad range of environmental issues and include full-color photography to make identification problems easier. Author Harvey Blatt also covers the social issues relevant to environmental concerns and the effects of human intervention in geological processes.

The Geological Record Of Neoproterozoic Glaciations

Author: Emmanuelle Arnaud
Publisher: Geological Society of London
ISBN: 9781862393349
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In recent years, interest in Neoproterozoic glaciations has grown as their pivotal role in Earth system evolution has become increasingly clear. One of the main goals of the IGCP Project number 512 was to produce a synthesis of newly available information on Neoproterozoic successions worldwide. This Memoir consists of a series of overview chapters followed by site-specific chapters. The overviews cover key topics including the history of research on Neoproterozoic glaciations, identification of glacial deposits, chemostratigraphic techniques and datasets, palaeomagnetism, biostratigraphy, geochronology and climate modelling. The site specific chapters include reviews of the history of research on these rocks and up-to-date syntheses of the structural framework, tectonic setting, palaeomagnetic & geochronological constraints, physical, biological, and chemical stratigraphy, and descriptions of the glaciogenic and associated strata, including economic deposits.

Earth Science For Civil And Environmental Engineers

Author: Richard E. Jackson
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 0521847257
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Introduces the fundamental principles of applied Earth science needed for engineering practice, with case studies, exercises, and online solutions.

Engineering Geology

Author: Perry H. Rahn
Publisher: Prentice Hall
ISBN:
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This book offers advanced geology students an in-depth, quantitative approach to engineering geology, with a special emphasis on the recognition and avoidance of geologic hazards. Drawing on real-life examples, the book handles rock and soil mechanics, including slope stability and surficial deposits; geophysical issues and earthquake hazards; and hydrological concerns, ground water, and fluvial and coastal processes. More than 100 figures illustrate the concepts, and the author provides over 1,000 references. This widely-acclaimed textbook has been completely revised and updated to include analyses of recent geologic disasters, including: the Loma Prieta, Northridge, and Kobe earthquakes; Hurricane Andrew; and the Mississippi floods of 1993.