Summary

The participation of the engineering geologist in urban development can be considered under four principal functions—geological interpretation, data acquisition (pre-site investigation), collation of geotechnical data, recording (and publication) of case histories. Examples cited from the North of England demonstrate that these functions are interrelated and that there is much in favour of local authorities themselves employing engineering geologists.

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