Tag: erosion

Erosion Control Devices

Erosion Control Devices

No one knows when it happened: some would say perhaps it made no sound, or maybe no one was listening, but something changed in the watershed upstream of several properties in a Noblesville, IN, subdivision. Suddenly, the slope of a streambank in a neighborhood backyard began wasting away.

Be Very Afraid

Be Very Afraid

With wildfires still raging throughout southern California, it might seem strange to concentrate on a completely different kind of natural disaster. But there are some instructive similarities in what we do—or don’t do—when faced with unpleasant possibilities like fires, earthquakes, and floods.

Lucy Jones is a seismologist who has spent

Your Credit Rating Just Got More Complicated

Your Credit Rating Just Got More Complicated

One of the tricky things about sea level rise is that it’s not happening equally in all places. Lots of people picture the world’s oceans as a sort of huge bathtub: If you add water, say from melting polar ice, then the level should go up evenly everywhere, right? But

Estimating Earthwork Volumes

Estimating Earthwork Volumes

Formulas and methods for determining the volumes and areas of regular shapes and surfaces go back at least as far as ancient Greece. Pythagoras and other mathematicians determined those formulas that are still used to calculate the volumes of spheres and pyramids, as well as the areas of curve conic

Euro-Tech Presents the World Launch of the FINN T35 HydroSeeder

Euro-Tech Presents the World Launch of the FINN T35 HydroSeeder

Fairfield, Ohio (November 27, 2017) – FINN, a leading provider of erosion control equipment announced today that EURO-TEC will unveil the new FINN T35 HydroSeeder for the European market at the Paysalia Show in France.

The FINN T35 is an entry-level hydroseeding machine loaded with features that come standard with every

The Groundwater Problem

The Groundwater Problem

We’ve talked a lot about drought in the US, and although it seems to be lessening in many areas, we’re still drawing heavily on groundwater for irrigation and drinking water supplies—so much so that the ground is subsiding.

We’re not alone, however, and as this article describes, the Middle East—particularly

Reader Profile: Nathan Holloway

Reader Profile: Nathan Holloway

Stormwater mitigation approaches are a complex web of solutions. Nathan Holloway’s job is to help clients sort them out while balancing budgets and regulatory concerns. Holloway has developed training and outreach programs demonstrating which technologies perform best in different applications, “and appropriate means and methods for evaluating design, performance, and

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