Fourth Rankine Lecture
LONG-TERM STABILITY OF CLAY SLOPES
A. W. SKEMPTON,
D.Sc., M.I.C.E., F.R.S.*
I wish to thank the British Geotechnical Society for inviting me to give the fourth Rankine
Lecture, and to thank Dr Cooling for his very kind remarks.
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in soil engineering
T. W. LAMBE*
This Lecture emphasizes and illustrates the importance of predictions to the practice of civil engineering.
Predictions are examined and classified, and compa
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Soil mechanics in pavement engineering
S . F. B ROW N
L'application des principes de la mecanique des
sols a la conception des couches de fondation et
de chaussees entieres, ainsi qu'a l'evaluation
WATER RESOURCES RESEARCH, VOL. 22, NO. 8, PAGES 1163-1195, AUGUST 1986
Groundwater Flow in Low-Permeability Environments
C. E. NEUZIL
Water ResourcesDivision,U.S. GeologicalSurvey,Reston,Virginia
Certain geologicmedia are known to have small permeability;
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engineering and frontier resource development
N. R. MORGENSTERN*
that constitute the framework for
are often insufficient on their