Earth Sciences for Civil Engineering Part – I & II

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Week 1 : Introduction to Geosciences in Civil Engineering,Introduction to Geosciences in Civil Engineering,Plate Tectonics and Continental Drift,Plate Tectonics and Continental Drift,Rock-forming Minerals and their propertiesWeek 2 :Rock-forming Minerals and their properties,Rock types and their properties,Rock types and their properties,Rock types and their properties,Rock types and their propertiesWeek 3 : Seismology and the internal Structure of the Earth,Seismology and the internal Structure of the Earth,Geological Structure Geological Structures,Geological StructuresWeek 4 : Introduction to Geological Hazards,Introduction to Geological Hazards,Introduction to Geological Hazards, Environmental impacts of Geological hazards,Environmental impacts of Geological hazardsWeek 5 :Active faults and its related hazard in India,Active faults and its related hazard in India,Active faults and its related hazard in India,Active faults Mapping and Applications,Active faults Mapping and ApplicationsWeek 6 : Tsunami and related hazard,Tsunami and related hazard,Tsunami and related hazard,Landslide and Subsidence Landslide and SubsidenceWeek 7 : Landslide and Subsidence,Flood and related hazard,Flood and related hazard,Flood and related hazard,GroundwaterWeek 8 :Applications of Earth Sciences in Civil Engineering,Applications of Earth Sciences in Civil Engineering,Civil Engineering applications – geological considerations in Rivers,Civil Engineering applications – geological considerations in Dams, Civil Engineering applications – geological considerations in Tunnels

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