Application of Geology to Engineering Practice: Berkey Volume

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The Geological Society of America

APPLICATION OF GEOLOGY
TO ENGINEERING PRACTICE

BERKEY VOLUME

SIDNEY PAIGE, Chairman Papers By

JOHN L. SAVAGE, ROGER RHOADES, EDWARD B. BURWELL, JR., GEORGE D. ROBERTS, BERLEN C. MONEYMAKER, JAMES F. SANBORN, KARL TERZAGHI, GEORGE D. LOUDERBACK, O. E. MEINZER, E. F. BEAN, W. C. KRUMBEIN, DUNCAN MCCONNELL, RICHARD C. MIELENZ, WILLIAM Y. HOLLAND, KENNETH T. GREENE, K. C. HEALD, MURL H. GIDEL, AND CHAS. B. HUNT

PUBLISHED BY THE SOCIETY 1950

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Introduction v
  • Contents ix
  • Charles Peter Berkey xi
  • The Geologist in the Engineering Organization 1
  • Contents 1
  • Geology in Dam Construction 11
  • Contents 11
  • References Cited 43
  • Engineering Geology in the Design And Construction of Tunnels 45
  • Mechanism of Landslides 83
  • Contents 83
  • References 121
  • Faults and Engineering Geology 125
  • References Cited 125
  • Geology and Engineering in the Production And Control of Ground Water 151
  • References Cited 152
  • The Geological Society of America Engineering Geology of Highway Location, Construction, and Materials 181
  • Contents 181
  • Geological Aspects of Beach Engineering 195
  • Contents 195
  • References Cited 221
  • Petrology of Concrete Affected By Cement-Aggregate Reation 225
  • Contents 225
  • Conclusions 247
  • Geologic Engineering in the Petroleum Industry 251
  • Contents 251
  • Geology in the Discovery, Development, And Exploitation of Mineral Deposits 273
  • Contents 273
  • Introduction 274
  • Military Geology 295
  • Contents 295
  • Selected Bibliography 327
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