Geo-Environmental Data: Representation and Standardization

March 10th 2008 : 13:00 PM - 14:30

Sheraton New Orleans, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA

A session organized by JTC2* at GeoCongress 2008: The Challenge of Sustainability in the Geoenvironment
Annual Congress of the Geo-Institute of ASCE

 

Geoenvironmental and Geotechnical Data Exchange: Setting the Standard.

Scot Weaver1, Thomas Lefchik2, Marc Hoit3 and Kirk Beach4

1EarthSoft, Inc. USA; 2Federal Highway Administration, USA; 3University of Florida, USA; 4Ohio Department of Transportation, USA

Extending the Geotechnical Dictionary. Best practice for customizing the international framework for Geotechnical Data.

Chris Bray1, Roger Chandler1, Steve Walthall2, Marc Hoit3 and Thomas Lefchik4

1Keynetix Limited, UK; 2Bechtel Ltd, UK; 3University of Florida, USA; 4 Federal Highway Administration, USA

Geotechnical Data Sharing and Electronic Data Exchange at Minnesota DOT.

Derrick D. Dasenbrock

Minnesota Department of Transportation

Representing Geoengineering Data from Instruments and Transducers.

David Toll

National University of Singapore / Durham University, UK

Six Sigma Approach to Sustainable Institutional Environmental Data Management.

Christopher French1, Neno Duplancic2, Greg Buckle2, Marian Carr2, Josh Jaffe2, Jennifer Holland3, Dak Patel4, Rene Surgi5, Laura, Drachenberg6, Tom Conklin7 and Chuck Sharpe7

1Honeywell International Inc., USA; 2Locus Technologies, Inc., USA; 3CH2M HILL, Phoenix, USA; 4CH2M HILL, Philadelphia, USA; 5AESI, USA; 6Parsons Inc., USA; 7O’Brien & Gere Inc., USA

Optimized Site Investigation and Risk Assessment Strategies Considering Uncertain Geotechnical Parameters Using GeoAllStaR.

Petra Schlager and Matthias Schönhardt

Karlsruhe University, Germany

 

For more details contact: Dr David Toll (d.g.toll@dur.ac.uk)

*JTC2 is a Joint Technical Committee of the International Society for Soil Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering, International Association for Engineering Geology and the Environment, International Society for Rock Mechanics (www.dur.ac.uk/geo-engineering/jtc2)