Effective Education for Erosion and Sediment Control System Adoption

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Erosion and sediment control advances have produced enormously beneficial results, in infrastructure performance and economics; yet, rates of erosion and sediment control system adoption rates have lagged behind the research supporting them. Dr. Eve Brantley, an extension specialist and associate professor with Auburn University’s Crop, Soil, and Environmental Sciences Department in the renowned C... »

Looking back on Geosynthetics in Land and Water, as the Magazine Ends

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By Chris Kelsey – In mid-2006 I was providing freelance editorial services for Geosynthetica. At the time, the publication was owned by the geosynthetics engineering consultancy I-CORP International. The consultancy’s founder and president, Ian Peggs, encouraged me to write an article for Land and Water. He was working on a story for Land and Water too. In discussion with Geosynthetica’s Dir... »

Geosynthetics and Counting Carbon in Construction

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Dr. Neil Dixon will deliver a keynote lecture, jointly authored with Dr. Gary Fowmes, at GeoAmericas 2016 (April 10 – 13, Miami). Their topic is “Global Challenges, Geosynthetic Solutions and Counting Carbon.” The contribution enhances a program that is deep in sustainability and environmental engineering topics. The co-authored lecture will discuss the drivers for change in the way in... »

7ICEG Call for Abstracts Closes November 29

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The 7th International Conference on Environmental Geotechnics (7ICEG) will be held 10-14 November 2014 in Melbourne, Australia. This event will be hosted by the International Society of Soil Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering (ISSMGE), Technical Committee (TC) 215 Environmental Geotechnics and bring together a diverse group of geotechnical experts. The conference chair is Prof. Malek Bouazza (... »