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The hydrocollapse of loess continues to cause major geotechnical problems throughout the world. Work is currently being conducted to develop a constitutive model to analyze the behavior of collapsing loess soils. This...
This internet site, published by The Japan Landslide Society, focues on the current understanding of landslide origin, and discusses some of the problems concerning landslide investigations and research in Japan.
This program provides a clickable periodic table that links elements to additional information about their isotopic systems. Information is provided about the isotopes important to hydrology, their applications, how...
This resource from the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations focuses on crop water use. The diagrams and explanations provided here show the influence of climate on crop water needs, the influence of...
Watershed Protection: This site is the home page for the Watershed Protection Center where you can access information on the Center, their mission, projects, publications, tech tools, and learn about the importance of...
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