Geological Environmental

Introduction

Geological Engineering and Environment is concerned with the applications of geological knowledge to the siting, design, construction, operation and maintenance of civil engineering structures and facilities. It is one of the rapidly growing fields of engineering reflecting society’s developing interest in the stewardship of the environment, managing risk, and creating a safer world. The field of Geological Engineering and Environment encompasses a wide range of activities including the geological characterization of complex foundations of major buildings and structures, development of natural resources, groundwater, the engineering safety of major infrastructure, geohazard and environment. Geological Engineering and Environment is an attractive discipline for students who wish to pursue the challenge of combining the complexity of nature and engineering design, who are interested in the physical mechanics of the earth’s surface and subsurface. Students are also enlightened on the importance of geological environments on various construction works and understanding the characteristics and behavior of geological elements.


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ABEM Terrameter LS
ABEM Terrameter LS Toolbox
RES2DINV ERT Software


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