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Subsurface Conditions (Lecture Notes in Earth Sciences) epub ebook

by Keith Turner,Michael Shaw Rosenbaum

Subsurface Conditions (Lecture Notes in Earth Sciences) epub ebook

Author: Keith Turner,Michael Shaw Rosenbaum
Category: Engineering
Language: English
Publisher: Springer; 2003 edition (July 15, 2003)
Pages: 398 pages
ISBN: 3540437762
ISBN13: 978-3540437765
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Lecture Notes in Earth Sciences. Subsurface Conditions. price for USA in USD (gross). ISBN 978-3-540-48019-8.

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A better understanding of the subsurface conditions offers wide-ranging benefits to governments, industry and individual citizens.

Characterisation of the shallow subsurface has gained in importance as civil and geotechnical engineering and environmental applications have become more dependent on a precise definition of geomechanical and geohydrological properties. A better understanding of the subsurface conditions offers wide-ranging benefits to governments, industry and individual citizens

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Дата издания: 2003 Серия: Lecture Notes in Earth Sciences Язык: ENG Издание: 2003 e. Investigations in the shallow subsurface impose additional requirements that have only recently become technically and economically achievable.

Дата издания: 2003 Серия: Lecture Notes in Earth Sciences Язык: ENG Издание: 2003 ed. Иллюстрации: 19 tables, black and white; 182 illustrations, black and white; xxvi, 398 p. 182 illus. The very shallow urban underground environment, where many  infrastructure and utilities elements are located, presents the most difficult characterisation problems. Subsurface modelling techniques have matured, along with modern data base concepts.

Категория: Physics, Lecture notes. Keith Turner, Michael Shaw Rosenbaum.

Transformation of Rock, Lecture Notes in Earth System Sciences . Subsurface variations. to conditions found in the Earth’s crust. Figure 1. illustrates the combined effects

Transformation of Rock, Lecture Notes in Earth System Sciences, DOI 1. 9 13, Berlin Heidelberg 2012. in these properties can be measured with surface based geophysical data. illustrates the combined effects. of temperature and pressure on a KCl solution of varying concentrations based on.

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Lecture Notes in Computer Science is a series of computer science books published by Springer Science+Business Media since 1973. The series contains proceedings, post-proceedings, and monographs. In addition, tutorials, state-of-the-art surveys, and "hot topics" are increasingly being included. Two sub-series are: Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence. Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics. Monographiae Biologicae, another monograph series published by Springer Science+Business Media.

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Characterisation of the shallow subsurface has gained in importance as civil and geotechnical engineering and environmental applications have become more dependent on a precise definition of geomechanical and geohydrological properties.A better understanding of the subsurface conditions offers wide-rangingbenefits to governments, industry and individual citizens.

Subsurface geological modelling became an economic and technologic reality in the late 1980's, when competing 3-D geoscientific information systems were the subject of considerable research and evaluation, especially by the petroleum exploration industry. Investigations in the shallow subsurface impose additional requirements that have only recently become technically and economically achievable. The very shallow urban underground environment, where many infrastructure and utilities elements are located, presents the most difficult characterisation problems.

Subsurface modelling techniques have matured, along with modern data base concepts. The evolution of the Internet and Web-browser technologies has expanded information transmission and dissemination capabilities. Subsurface models are being integrated with decision-support systems to provide predictions of technical and economic performance. Yet even the most sophisticated of these models leave some uncertainty in geologic interpretation. A variety of techniques for assessing uncertainty have been developed and are being evaluated.

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