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The following projects are currently active at UC Davis.






Developing International Protocols for Offshore Sediments and their Role in Geohazards: Characterization, Assessment, and Mitigation

Principle Investigator: Jason DeJong

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Evaluation of Nonlinear Site Response of Soft Clay Using Centrifuge Models

Principle Investigator: Scott Brandenberg

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Innovative Economical Foundations with Improved Performance that is Less Sensitive to Sight Conditions

Principle Investigator: Bruce L. Kutter

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NEESR-CR: Design of soil and structure compatible yielding to improve system performance

Principle Investigator: Bruce Kutter

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NEESR-II: Biological Improvement of Sands for Liquefaction Prevention and Damage Mitigation

Principle Investigator: Jason De Jong

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NEESR-SG: Seismic Performance Assessment in Dense Urban Environments

Principle Investigator: Jonathan Bray

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NEESR: Levees and Earthquakes: Averting an Impending Disaster

Principle Investigator: Scott Brandenberg

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NEESR: Performance Based Seismic Design of Geomembrane Liner Systems for Waste Containment

Principle Investigator: Kavazanjian, Edward

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NEESR: Reduction of Seismic Shaking Intensity on Soft Soil Sites Using Stiff Ground Reinforcement

Principle Investigator: Guney Olgun

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NEEST-SG: Understanding and Improving the Seismic Behavior of Pile Foundations in Soft Clays

Principle Investigator: Muralee Muraleetharan

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Properties of Cohesionless Soil Subsequent to Liquefaction and Resedimentation

Principle Investigator: Ronaldo I. Borja

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Seismic Earth Pressures on Retaining Structures

Principle Investigator: Nicholas Sitar

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Topographic Effects in Strong Ground Motion-From Physical and Numerical Modeling to Design

Principle Investigator: Adrian Rodriquez-Marek

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