Geo-Resilience 2023 is the third in a series of biennial conferences organised by the British Geotechnical Association (BGA). It will take place in Cardiff on 28-29 March 2023.
The climate emergency means we are facing more extreme weather events and, together with other natural and human-induced hazards, these threaten our infrastructure and the natural environment. Floods and landslides are becoming more frequent and of greater magnitude and consequence. Earthquakes pose major hazards in many parts of the world. At the same time, much of our infrastructure is ageing, deteriorating and becoming more fragile. Our built and natural environment needs the ability to withstand extreme shocks and stresses, to be adapted for changing conditions, and significant interventions are needed to ensure recovery from extreme and frequent events.
Geo-infrastructure comprising earthworks for transport infrastructure, flood embankments and coastal works, drainage systems, foundations and retaining structures are key components in supporting our economy and society. We must also work with our natural environment to reduce the risks from geohazards that threaten people and their activities. Therefore, it is timely for the BGA to hold a conference on Geo-Resilience to address these issues.
Abstracts are invited under the following themes:
Abstracts can be submitted until 10:00 (GMT) on Monday 3rd October 2022. To submit an abstract, log in to the conference abstract submission site which can be found here.
Guidelines for authors can be found on the conference website here.
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