Monthly Archives: September 2013

EBMUD is looking for a Geotechnical Materials Tech

East Bay Municipal Utility District is looking to fill the position of Materials Testing Technician II.  Responsible for laboratory and field testing of construction materials including soils, rock, mineral aggregates, asphaltic mixes, concrete and steel. Great opportunity for a recent … Continue reading

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Meet your new Section Officers!

The results of our recent section vote are in and we’d like to introduce our new suite of elected AEG San Fransicso Section Officers! Chair: Sarah Kalika Vice Chair: E. Morley John Treasurer: David Abbott Secretary: Maggie Parks Contact information … Continue reading

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Surface Fault Rupture Workshop (POSTPONED)

AEG will be hosting a Surface Fault Rupture Workshop: New Mitigation Concepts and Political Challenges with potential moderators: Eldon Gath and Dr. Roy Shlemon At: Caltrans District 4 Auditorium 111 Grand Avenue Oakland, CA 94612 October 17th, 2013  POSTPONED until … Continue reading

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Don’t miss these local speakers at AEG’s Annual Meeting in Seattle

To read abstracts, follow this link. Calaveras Replacement Dam Foundation Grouting Program Ball, Scott, Hatch Mott McDonald,; Don Riley,; Bashar Sudah,; Patrick Allen (TS #3) Characterization of Precipitation Triggered Landslide Displacement by InSAR Observation in the Berkeley Hills, CA Cohen-Waeber, Julien, … Continue reading

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New Addition: AEG’s Jahns Lecturer for September 2013

Join us for our just-added special edition September 2013 Section Meeting! Our speaker, the 2013 Richard H. Jahns Lecturer: James McCalpin will join us for a special Thursday meeting, September 26th. This month’s presentation: The Mountains Are Falling Apart; A Spectrum of Mass … Continue reading

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