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Institute of Applied Geosciences
Division of Engineering Geology

KIT - Karlsruhe Institute of Technology,
Campus South

Kaiserstr. 12
76131 Karlsruhe
Germany


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Institute of Applied Geosciences
Division of Engineering Geology

KIT - Karlsruhe Institute of Technology,
Campus South

Adenauerring 20b, Building 50.40
76131 Karlsruhe

from left to right: T. Klose, H. Vögele, Ph. Blum, H. Steger, C. Tissen, K. Menberg, P. Fleuchaus, L. Bienstein, D. Schweizer, S. Hale, S. Wilke, T. Kling, I. Knoch, Th. Mutschler, not on the picture: S. Benz, C. Chaparro
 
Engineering geology is part of the Applied Geosciences at KIT. It stands for geological R&D in civil and mining enginering and for energy, evironmental and infrastructural Technologies. Engineering geology represents the link between geosciences and Engineering sciences.
Our Topics of engineering geology are soil, rock and rock mass classification, geotechnical properties of clays for sealing, remediation of contaminated Underground and shallow geothermics. In recent years, a pronounced emphasis was placed on the field of georisks and mass movements.
Close collaboraion between geology and Engineering geology is demonstrated by the common national commitee Engineering Geology der Deutschen Geologischen Gesellschaft (DGG) und der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Geotechnik (DGGT , German Geotechnical Society).

LATEST PUBLICATIONS

 

Comparing anthropogenic heat input and heat accumulation in the subsurface of Osaka, Japan

Author: Benz, S.A., Bayer, P., Blum, P., Hamamoto, H., Arimoto, H., Taniguchi, M.

Source: Science of the Total Environment

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Recent trends of groundwater temperatures in Austria

Author: Benz, S.A., Bayer, P., Winkler, G., Blum, P.

Source: Hydrology and Earth System Sciences

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