Here is the full list of best reference books on Environmental Geomechanics.
|1. ” Minerals in Soil Environments” by Dixon J.B. and Weed S.B
Book Review: This book explains the basic concepts of mineralogy and its usage in the field of soil and earth science. The book also includes introductory mineralogy, surface chemistry, mineral equilibria, soil organic matter, mineral occurrence and many more. The book also contains a dedicated chapter on mineral occurrence in soils.
|2. “Geomechanics and Water Engineering in Environmental Management” by R.N. Chowdhury|
|3. “Environmental Geomechanics” by Bernard Schrefler|
|4. “Geomechanics in Soil, Rock, and Environmental Engineering” by John Small|
|5. “Geomechanics of Failures. Advanced Topics” by Eduardo E. Alonso|
|6. “Reservoir Geomechanics” by Mark D. Zoback|
|7. “Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering” by Ikuo Towhata|
|8. “Environmental Geomechanics” by|
|9. “Deepwater Foundations and Pipeline Geomechanics” by William O. McCarron|
|10. “Innovative Numerical Modelling in Geomechanics” by Luis Ribeiro e Sousa|
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