QJEGH 50th Anniversary Review Paper
A first look at a landslide triggered by the 2016 Kumamoto earthquake near the Aso Volcanological Laboratory
A new approach to water head estimation based on water inflow into the tunnel (case study: Karaj water conveyance tunnel)
Assessment of floor water inrush with vulnerability index method: application in Malan Coal Mine of Shanxi Province, China
Effects of lithofacies and environment on in situ and laboratory Schmidt hammer tests: a case study of carbonate rocks
Large-scale engineering geomorphological mapping as an additional tool in the assessment of earthworks for transport infrastructure
Final completion of the Tunnel de Chabrieres, Alpes de Haute Provence, France, 2014. Tunnel with rock fall shelter through steeply dipping limestones with further rock bolts and rock catch nets protecting the tunnel portal. Part of the ongoing rock slope stability improvements to the D4085.
Photograph by: D. Giles, University of Portsmouth.
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