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an aerial view of the slide site at Oso, Wash. Oso disaster had its roots in earlier landslides
Released July 22, 2014
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T-Rex, a 64,000-pound shaker truck Ground-improvement methods might protect against earthquakes
Released March 19, 2014
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engineering graphic Mapping the Japanese Tsunami to Prepare for Future Events
Released March 5, 2012
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image of a sinking building Report Cites 'Liquefaction' As Key to Much of Japanese Earthquake Damage
Released April 18, 2011
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Illustration showing that concrete absorbs carbon dioxide over time reducing carbon footprint. How Solid Is Concrete's Carbon Footprint?
Released May 18, 2009
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deer Common Soil Mineral Degrades the Nearly Indestructible Prion
Released January 14, 2009
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