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For everything from applications of particle energy field theory to landslide prevention and desert water supply, Introduction to Environmental Geotechnology provides a complete picture of the fascinating and rapidly growing field of environmental geotechnology. Unique in scope, this new book covers the full interdisciplinary spectrum of the discipline, including soil science, physical chemistry, mineralogy, geology, ground pollution, and others. This is the first book to incorporate and summarize the discipline for students, teachers, and practitioners. It is a complete text on applied soil engineering, broadly covering: