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  • I would suggest looking into Missouri University of Science and Technology. I am not sure how the price compares to other programs, but it is roughly 45-50k for a non-resident of Missouri. Below is a link to their Civil Engineering Master's Program. https://care.mst.edu/degreeprograms/civilengineering/graduate/ ...

  • ​Anivesh: Just about every state in the US has at least one major university that offers graduate studies in Civil & Environmental Engineering. Which one you select depends on what you want to specialize in. Can you be more specific? ------------------------------ Mark Wilsnack P.E., D.WRE, F.EWRI, ...

  • i want help to select a university for MS in Civil and Environmental Engineering. Can you suggest some good universities to consider in the USA?            ------Original Message------ Good afternoon, The U.S. Water Alliance has just announced a seven-part webinar series it will be running this ...

  • Good afternoon, The U.S. Water Alliance has just announced a seven-part webinar series it will be running this winter, and I want to share the information so that you can register to participate if you are interested.  After hosting 15 different Listening Sessions ...

  • ​Darrell,  Another alternative would be an activated carbon-filled geotextile mat, such as Tektoseal Active AC.  This geocomposite comes in a 16 foot width, but can easily be cut to the desired width with a utility knife. If you are interested, you can contact me at (704) 491-6931 and we can discuss ...

  • Hey Darrell What is the purpose of the biochar socks? Best Regards Brett Jordan HydroGeo Designs LLC. ------Original Message------ I am looking for an alternative to 6" diameter biochar filled socks. These socks are placed under riprap and extend up a river bank until the x-year storm elevation is ...

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