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Volume 40, Number 2

Australian Geomechanics Journal
Volume 40, Number 2

June 2005

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In this issue

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Cover

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Contents

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Geotechnical challenges for development in the Hunter Region - Key Figures 4 and 5

4

Field monitoring of expansive soil behaviour in the Newcastle-Hunter Region

5

Numerical modelling of ground movement under covered areas

6

Does emerging evapotranspiration (ET) cover technology offer a suitable alternative for landfill covers in the Hunter Region?

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Geotechnical challenges for on-site wastewater management in the Hunter Region

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The Karuah Bypass: A case-study in the engineering geology of the Southern New England Fold Belt

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Newcastle memories: Lessons mainly from the 1970s

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A large diameter ring shear apparatus and the effects of long distance shearing on interface friction angles and grain crushing

11

Tasmania's Class IV landslip zoning

12

Strength of Mintaro Shale

13

Bearing capacity of jacked piles in a layered soil profile

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Investigation into the transfer mechanism of loads in grouted bolts