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This category lists consultants, focusing on geotechnology and geosynthetic products and systems design, manufacture and installation.
This category lists conferences, trade shows, workshops, seminars and other events, related to the geotechnical industry.
Suppliers of products or services should submit their sites to an appropriate category in our Business section. Specific links to which can usually be found as an @linked sub category of this main category, or in the list of related categories .
This category is for sites dealing with the science and technology of foundations .
This category lists magazines, journals, books and other publications on the subjects of geotechnology and geosynthetics.
This category lists institutions and organizations, dedicated to research and education activities in geosynthetics and geotechnology.
This category lists directories, informational sites, discussion boards, portals, etc., related to the geotechnical industry.
Suppliers of products or services should submit their sites to an appropriate category in our Business section. Specific links to which can usually be found as an @linked sub category of this main category, or in the list of related categories.
This category is for sites dealing with the science and technology of slope stability.
This category lists sites from companies, institutions or individuals, which offer software programs for the geotechnical industries only.
Suppliers of products or services should submit their sites to an appropriate category in our Business section. Specific links to which can usually be found as an @linked sub category of this main category, or in the list of related categories.
This category is for sites dealing with the science and technology of soil erosion .
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Soil Stabilization is the blanket description used to describe man's ongoing efforts to control the soil in his World and make it work for him, not against him. Weather and climate changes cause upheaval in the soil. The effects of these changes can be observed in cracked foundations, pot-holes or wash-boards in roads, mudslides, dust clouds, ponds that leak, and any number of other things too numerous to mention.
This category lists laboratories and institutions, providing testing services to the geosynthetics and geotextile industries.
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