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The city is forming the Delta Region Geologic Hazard Abatement District, the first such district in California seeking to combat levee failure rather than more traditional geologic hazards.
In episode 118 of the ASCE Plot Points podcast, Taylor talks about how wildfires continue to affect his homestate of California and what civil engineers can do to help.
Results show that impervious land cover yields higher percent changes than rainfall changes for the minimum, mean, and maximum event flooding intensity.
Known as OCEANIX Busan, the prototype is being built to demonstrate that floating infrastructure can create new spaces for coastal cities that want to expand sustainably as sea levels rise.
Technological advancements are enabling various strategies for capturing geospatial data, ranging from cheap and simple smartphone-based solutions to expensive high-tech devices.
The project aims to “electrify the driving route from the Colorado Rockies to the Starbucks Support Center in Seattle,” according to a March 15 news release from Starbucks.
A joint task force is charged with investigating the use of submarine telecommunications cables for ocean and climate monitoring and disaster warning.
Episode 115 of the ASCE Plot Points podcast explores some of the key technologies and their implications for civil engineers.
The policy statement lists nine actions that infrastructure owners should take “to avoid disruption and preserve public safety.”
See how Future World Vision comes to life through an immersive VR experience.
Stay updated on the upcoming Future World Vision giant-screen film, Cities of the Future.
Create and share your own custom tour of Mega City 2070.