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Check out what's going on in science and around the industry: Site of asteroid impact changed the history of life (Tohoku University via ScienceDaily) When continents break it gets warm on Earth (GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences via ScienceDaily) Why did...

source: AEG

A new cast-in rubber gasket corner joint system designed to reduce the risk of segment cracking during tunnel construction has secured a U.K. patent.

source: Geoengineer.org

As global demand for energy and mineral supplies increases worldwide, the number of man-made earthquakes is expected to rise. That increases the importance of understanding connection between the two.

source: The Conversation

The author came across an interesting product for structural/geotechnical monitoring of cracks in 3-dimension. Most crack monitors are designed for monitoring in 2-dimension; this one can measure movement out of the plane of monitoring.

source: GeoPrac.net

We know you wouldn't want to miss out on any upcoming editions of The AEG Insider, so please note the upcoming publication date change. Because of the Thanksgiving holiday, during the week of Nov. 20, The AEG Insider will publish on Tuesday, Nov. 21.

source: AEG

Many of you have already renewed your AEG membership for 2018. and we thank you! AEG is about its members, and you are what make AEG a great association. For those of you that have not yet renewed, please be sure to do so soon so that...

source: AEG

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