geoenvironmental data Articles

  • Geoenvironmental and Geotechnical Data Exchange: Setting the Standard

    Information about the new DIGGS Geotechnical/Geoenvironmental EDD ...


    By EarthSoft, Inc

  • Groundwater monitoring and assessment with ESdat environmental data management software and its use in groundwater remediation plans

    Groundwater investigations, contaminated/industrial sites, landfill and regulatory compliance are all ideal areas for environmental consultants and site managers, specializing in groundwater monitoring and assessment, to use environmental data management software. A successful groundwater ...

  • Pick of the programs: slide & rocsupport

    The Geotechnical and Geo-environmental Software Directory (GGSD), established in February 1996 by Mott MAcDonald's Tim Spink, provides the most comprehensive listing of geotechnical/geoenvironmental software available. This directory (www.ggsd.com) is revised every two monthe. Here we summarise updated and new entries in the geotechnical category since February and Spink reviews ...


    By Rocscience Inc.

  • Q&A with Karan Jalota, Application Specialist - Roads & Rail

    In 2004, Dr. J.P. Giroud and Dr. Jie Han advanced the field of geosynthetics when they published their methodology for applying geosynthetics in unpaved structures in the ASCE Journal of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering. The methodology has since been adopted by the Federal Highway Administration in 2008, and is considered at the forefront among industry professionals. Karan Jalota, ...


    By Nilex

  • Sinking Costs

    Today there is more pressure than ever for businesses to minimize costs and increase productivity. Companies are always looking for ways to reduce overall costs. Unfortunately, these efforts are often hampered when a company is faced with an environmental investigation. Regulatory agency requirements, such as determining the full horizontal and vertical extent of contamination in soil and/or ...


  • Geo-Environmental Assessment of a Micaceous Soil for Its Potential Use as an Engineered Clay Barrier

    The ability of the fine fraction of a natural micaceous soil in the Stanleyville area near Perth, Ontario, to retard an acidic waste leachate is examined. Batch and leaching column tests were used to investigate the retention capcity of the natural soil. To investigate the effect of ion competition on adsorption/desorption capacity of the soil, single and multi-components of Pb2+ and Zn2+ were ...


    By ASTM International

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