Issue Date: July/August 2015

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Before 1913, most civil engineers evaluated floods solely upon stage levels and employed a singular approach to flood response. Their solutions for providing increased flood protection usually focused on heightening earthen dikes or retaining walls. Such improvements were normally undertaken by private property owners, usually in the wealthier commercial centers along America’s principal watercourses, like […]

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Categorized as: Geotechnics