Volume 26-27, 2011

Volume 26

Issue 1

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Patrick J. Barosh and David WoodHouse

Patrick J. Barosh and David WoodHouse

A review of the important studies from the last two centuries is key to understanding Boston’s complex geology

Patrick J. Barosh

Much has been learned over the last generation to fuel a broader understanding of the geologic structure and development of Southern New England:

Patrick J. Barosh and David WoodHouse

The enormous amount of new data has helped to unravel the complex and often intriguing geology of this unique area

Patrick J. Barosh and David WoodHouse

The geotechnical factors associated with Boston’s complex soils and bedrock need to be understood to design and build suitable structures

David WoodHouse

A summary of all of the major building foundations, with notes on how their construction added to understanding Boston’s geology.

David WoodHouse and Patrick J. Barosh

A summary of all major transportation tunnels in the Boston area, with notes on how their construction added to understanding Boston’s geology.

Patrick J. Barosh and David WoodHouse

A summary of all of the major water supply and wastewater tunnels, with notes on how their construction added to understanding Boston’s geology.

Patrick J. Barosh and David WoodHouse

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