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According to scientists from École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne EPFL and the Ecole Normale Supérieure in Paris, pressurized ground water can reduce the intensity of seismic events.
Scientists at The Ohio State University and Cornell University have found a way to measure the health (productivity) of soils.
Researchers from MIT claim that engineered green spaces can capture and purify water from storms contributing in flooding problem treatment.
Wood presents a lot of benefits as a building material because it is strong, lightweight and environmental friendly. However, only changes in building codes will make wood competitive with steel and concrete.
In a research from the University of Liverpool the 1929 Grand Banks underwater avalanche was reconstructed to better understand these common geohazards.
Dam removal has become a mainstream option for dam safety management restoring river, coastal ecosystems and the human communities that depend on them.
Scientists have come up with a new method of analysis, and the secret lies with an eerie phenomenon we can best describe as 'volcano music'.
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