Conference Papers

Over the past few years, Earth Solve has compiled data from a selection of private and government projects to lead research on seismic subsurface imaging technology in Australia. Our findings have been peer-reviewed as setting the new industry standard, and we have been delighted to present our findings at many national and international engineering events.

As the only seismic survey company in Australia and as a geotechnical engineering firm on the Gold Coast, we believe it is important to contribute to the industry standard by drawing on our wide  experience to aid others in the industry. We are proud to lead Australian research in seismic subsurface imaging technology.


  • Fredericks, J., & Clarkson, A. (2010). The Use of Seismic Technology In Geotechnical Applications. Gold Coast Local Engineers Group June 20th 2010. Griffith University: Earthsolve.
  • Fredericks, J., & Tayler, J. (2012). Design Raft Slabs In Diluvium Clay Soils Using MASW Seismic Investigation Procedures . Australian Structural Engineering Conference 11th-13th July (pp. 1-8). Perth: Earthsolve.
  • Fredericks, J., & Tayler, J. (2012). Site Control Using Seismic Technology. ANZ Conference 15th-18th July 2012. Melbourne: Earthsolve.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Tayler, J. The Use of Seismic Technology to Solve Common Geotechnical Problems. National Foundation and Footing Society November 2010. Brisbane: Earthsolve.
  • 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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