Titles and abstracts, "Geologie und Bauwesen" (Geology and civil engineering) 1946 to 1962

ResearchPublished 1964

A compilation of authors, titles, and abstracts from Geologie und Bauwesen, For the years 1946 to 1957, only the titles are given (in both German and English); for 1958 to 1962, abstracts (in English) are given as well. In May 1963, the name of the publication was changed to Felsmechanik und Ingenieurgiologie (Rock Mechanics and Engineering Geology), the Journal of the International Society of Rock Mechanics. This listing shows the development of geomechanics and rock mechanics, and the influence of Professor J. Stini and Dr. L. Muller on the field.

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