CANADIAN GEOTECHNICAL JOURNAL
NATL RESEARCH COUNCIL CANADA-N R C RESEARCH PRESS, BUILDING M 55, OTTAWA, CANADA, ON, K1A
Published since 1963, this monthly journal features articles, notes, and discussions related to new developments in geotechnical and geoenvironmental engineering, and applied sciences. The topics of papers written by researchers, theoreticians, and engineers/scientists active in industry include soil and rock mechanics, material properties and fundamental behaviour, site characterization, foundations, excavations, tunnels, dams and embankments, slopes, landslides, geological and rock engineering, ground improvement, hydrogeology and contaminant hydrogeology, geochemistry, waste management, geosynthetics, offshore engineering, ice, frozen ground and northern engineering, risk and reliability applications, and physical and numerical modelling. Papers on actual case records from practice are encouraged and frequently featured.
GEOTECHNICAL TESTING JOURNAL
AMER SOC TESTING MATERIALS, 100 BARR HARBOR DR, W CONSHOHOCKEN, USA, PA, 19428-2959
The purpose of the Geotechnical Testing Journal is (1) to provide a high-quality publication that informs the profession of new developments in soil and rock testing and related fields; (2) to provide a forum for the exchange of information, particularly that which leads to the development of new test procedures; and (3) to stimulate active participation of the profession in the work of ASTM International Committee D18 on Soil and Rock and related information.
Contributions include papers, technical notes, letters to the editor, discussions of previously published papers, and book reviews. The editorial scope of this journal covers test methods for soil and rock, sampling, nomenclature, and practices relating to the determination of properties and behavior of soil and rock for engineering purposes, and for soil as a medium for plant growth. Topics of interest include: new testing equipment, apparatus, and procedures for both field and laboratory applications; evaluation of existing ASTM International standards and recommendations for new standards for apparatus or test procedures; and test results that give insights into test procedures, techniques, and data interpretation. Topics must be related to soil and rock but may include use and testing of geosynthetic materials in conjunction with soil and rock, highway materials testing such as aggregate properties or pavement performance measurement, geophysical exploration, marine sediments, groundwater investigations, testing and stabilization of contaminated soils, and soil and rock engineering related to waste management.
JOURNAL OF GEOTECHNICAL AND GEOENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING
ASCE-AMER SOC CIVIL ENGINEERS, 1801 ALEXANDER BELL DR, RESTON, USA, VA, 20191-4400
The Journal of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering covers the broad area of practice known as geotechnical engineering. Papers are welcomed on topics such as foundations, retaining structures, soil dynamics, engineering behavior of soil and rock, site characterization, slope stability, dams, rock engineering, earthquake engineering, environmental geotechnics, geosynthetics, computer modeling, groundwater monitoring and restoration, and coastal and geotechnical ocean engineering. Authors are also encouraged to submit papers on new and emerging topics within the general discipline of geotechnical engineering. Theoretical papers are welcomed, but there should be a clear and significant potential for practical application of the theory. Practice-oriented papers and case studies are particularly welcomed and encouraged.
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