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Figure 1. Rockline has been imaged as a foundation for screw piering

Introduction to Use of Seismic Technology to Solve Common Geotechnical Problems in Small Lots

Tayler, J. (2011). Introduction To Use Of Seismic Technology To Solve Common Geotechnical Problems In Small Lots . International Conference On Advances In Geotechnical Engineering 7th-9th November 2011 (pp. 1-8). Perth: Earthsolve.

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Fig. 1 Refraction Wave Results-Site A

The Use of Seismic Technology To Solve Common Geotechnical Problems

Tayler, J. (2010). The Use of Seismic Technology To Solve Common Geotechnical Problems. Northern Engineering Conference (NEC 2010) (pp. 1-5). Townsville: Earthsolve.

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Forensic Investigation of Subsidence to Dwelling

Tayler, J. (2009). Forensic Investigation of Subsidence to Dwelling. Australian Geomechanics , 44 (1), 36.

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Figure 2: A view of section A.

Seismic Technology For Slope Stability Investigation in Yeppoon North Queensland

Fredericks, J., Gratchev, I., & Tayler, J. (2012). Seismic Technology For Slope Stability Investigation In Yeppoon North Queensland. Young Geotechnical Professionals Conference (pp. 1-6). Melbourne: Earthsolve.

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Managing The Risks Of Landslides

Published in the Engineers Australia Magazine January 2010 Edition.

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WIRELESS BROADBAND FOR REMOTE COMMUNITIES-ARNHEM LAND

Earthsolve was engaged to design an aluminium tower, to mount a broadband receiving dish, to service a remote community on ELCHO ISLAND, ARNHEM LAND NORTHERN TERRITORY.

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Geotechnical Quality Assurance by Using Geophysical Seismic Methods

Abstract— Geotechnical testing is mostly dominated by discrete methods such as drilling boreholes, different types of penetrometer testing and common compaction test methods. These methods have served the engineering profession for over a hundred years

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