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Experimento de líneas de flujo en presas pic.twitter.com/gWuPrQHvQh
@JamalHarmouche @agadmator Catablanca?
Hi @SpaceX - if you need cone penetration testing and detailed settlement analyses, by all means give us a call...#CPT #ConePenetrationTesting #GroundInvestigation #GeotechnicalEngineering #GeotechnicalDesign #LetsLookAtThingsDifferently
Finally got round to framing it! Big thanks to @geo_spatialist there is simply no better way to visualise the Midland Valley of Scotland! pic.twitter.com/C5uYVMLm41
Pleased to help out our friends at Cementation @SkanskaGroup refine their pile designs for a project in Glasgow this week
#CPT #ConePenetrationTesting #GroundInvestigation #GeotechnicalEngineering #GeotechnicalDesign #LetsLookAtThingsDifferently pic.twitter.com/86dNiGxEAp
Copernicus #Sentinel2 imagery reveals extensive #landslides near the fault rupture of yesterday's M7.2 #earthquake in western #Haiti. Comparison with previous (Aug 9) image. pic.twitter.com/2upJ4RKlsi
@nntaleb The Irish language does. More specifically 'weather' and 'tense'. 'Aimsir' is weather 'aimsir laithreach' is present / present tense, for example. Scots Gaelic would be similar I think...