Within Australia’s major coastal cities and urban areas geotechnical engineers are increasingly applying engineering geophysics for improved site characterisation in civil engineering projects and to assist with specific problems. Recent case studies from these cities illustrate the application of a variety of methods to a range of projects. Combining conventional surface geophysics, innovative borehole and underground geophysics with geotechnical methods increased innovative engineering opportunities and assisted the solution of specific design, construction and remediation problems for these civil projects.

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