James Lambrechts

James Lambrechts is a registered professional engineer with over 40 years of geotechnical engineering experience and has written more than 60 professional papers. He is currently a professor of civil engineering technology at Wentworth Institute of Technology in Boston. In his geotechnical engineering work, he has dealt with a wide array of geologic settings on many major projects in the United States and Venezuela.

Geology for Environmental Engineers

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David Woodhouse and James Lambrechts

With the creation of the US Environmental Protection Agency, many site characterization studies and remediation designs have evolved since that time. In order for the environmental engineer to understand the behavior and design remediation of the chemicals and pollutants in the environment, knowledge of the principles and tenets of geology is critical.