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  • Finnsson, Gunnsteinn (2013-07-23)
    Many bridges in the United States are getting old and will need to be replaced in the near future. If these bridges are constructed with conventional cast-in-place methods, this construction will cause traffic congestion, ...
  • Schaefer, Jeffrey (2014-02-24)
    A new pre-tensioned precast bridge system has been developed that provides seismic regions the means to construct high-performance bridges that can be built quickly. The columns are designed to rock as rigid bodies, and ...
  • Wang, Menglin
    Abstract. Research on the variability in travel behavior, i.e. how individuals repeat or change their travel behavior over time, has a long history. An understanding of variability not only facilitates behavior modeling ...
  • Shi, Xiaogang (2013-07-23)
    Over the pan-Arctic land area, surface air temperature (SAT) has risen by almost twice the global average in recent decades, and many other changes have been observed across the region, indicating a system-wide response ...
  • Adam, Jennifer C. (Jennifer Christine), 1974- (2007)
    Since the 1930s, streamflow from Eurasian rivers discharging to the Arctic Ocean has been increasing. Much of this change has been attributed to increased precipitation, but recent studies show inconsistencies in long-term ...
  • Watkins, Kari (2011-05)
    Public transportation could be an important component of a solution to providing mobility while reducing traffic congestion and the environmental impact of transportation. However, from a customer perspective, a mobility ...
  • Zippel, Seth
    Field measurements of waves, currents, winds, and turbulence collected from surface drifters at New River Inlet (NC) are used to characterize wave breaking. Breaking regions are identified along drifter tracks by three ...
  • Schwendeman, Michael Scott (2013-04-17)
    Coupled remote sensing and <italic>in situ</italic> measurements of strongly-forced, fetch-limited waves are applied to assess the role of breaking in an evolving wavefield. Wave growth follows accepted fetch-limited ...

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