The past decade has seen a distinct change in the way that geophysical methods are utilized in solving geotechnical and geo-environmental problems. Advances in instrumentation design, computer hardware and data processing software, and availability of new data have all led to novel and highly sophisticated geophysical techniques being routinely applied to geotechnical and geo-environmental problems.

In response to this rapid and exciting expansion of research, the Journal of Environmental & Engineering Geophysics and Near Surface Geophysics have produced a collaborative “Special Issue on Geotechnical Assessment and Geo-environmental Engineering” to showcase the state-of-the-art and most pertinent research currently being undertaken in...

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