The most comprehensive library of Internet resources about Geotechnical Engineering, including WWW,
Gopher, and FTP servers, and newsgroups. The library offers not only a cataloging service but also
provides a mirror site for the Electronic Journal of Geotechnical Engineering, EJGE, and the Internet
Geotechnical Engineering Magazine iGEM.
To reduce the clutter the awards received by this website are hidden away
Thank you for the attention!
Then W3G was formed to publish EJGE and iGEM; GVL is now back to its origins, as a comprehensive link catalog. GVL is made up of a number of web pages for various categories, such as universities, companies, etc.
Update [Jan. 97] The above note was posted in October 1996. Since then the geotech web site has attracted another half a million hits.
Update #2 [July 1997] The above update is now obsolete-- GVL is now 3 years old and a hit count is 1.5 millon!
Update #3 [Jan. 1998] The above updates are all obsolete-- GVL is now mature and the hit count has passed two millons!
Update #4 [Oct. 1998] The hit count is now more than half a million per month...
Update #5 [Aug. 2004] Since you asked... Monthly hit count is now 4.2 million.
Geotechnical Web Sites Catalog
University Geotechnical Engineering Servers
Geotechnical Goods and Services
Other Internet Resources on Geotechnical Engineering
Other Internet Resources page.
Conferences listing is now a new page of its own, as the Calendar Corner of the iGEM Magazine.
The listing of Geosynthetics resources is here.
EJGE the Electronic Journal of Geotechnical Engineering
The EJGE, the Electronic Journal of Geotechnical Engineering, is a peer reviewed scientific/engineering journal-- first of its kind in a major branch of Civil/Environmental Engineering!
The EJGE has started publication on the anniversary of Terzaghi's birthday (October 2) in 1996! It started with just four papers on its first day; only one month later, it had eight papers posted, many more on their way.
iGEM - The Internet Geotechnical Engineering Magazine
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The Database of Virtual Libraries at Rice
or the Categorized plan of all VL's at Stanford