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First call

Field Mesurements in Geomechanics 99, 1-3 December. Fifth international conference, organised by the National University of Singapore. Contact associate Professor Harry Tan SA. E-mail: cvetansa@nus.edu.sg. Fax: + 65-7791635. web sitewww.eng. nus.edu.sg/civil/Conference/fmgm99

Call for papers

The exploitation of natural resources and the consequences, 21-24 June 2000, Berlin. Third international GREEN (geotechnics related to the european environment) symposium organised jointly by Bolton Institute (UK) and BAM (Germany). Symposium will address direct consequences of the extraction of resources from the ground, disposal of waste products from processing, use of mineral wastes in geotechnical construction, ground reclamation/reutilisation and treatment.. Abstracts of not more than 400 words should be submitted by 30 November to Professor RW Sarsby, Bolton Institute, Deane Road, Bolton BL3 5AB. Fax +44 1204 399 074

GeoEng 2000, 19-24 November 2000, Melbourne, Australia. Inter- national conference sponsored by ISSMGE, IAEG and ISRM, and supported by IGS, ITA, IAH, IAC-MAG, ICOLD and IEAust. Abstracts are invited on geotechnical earthquake engineering, underground works, stability of natural and excavated slopes, enviromental geotechnics, ground improvment and ground support and geoengineering education. Abstracts of 300-500 words in English are required by 18 June. Contact secretariat fax +61 3 9682 0288, email geoeng2000@icms.com.au or submit abstract electronically at www.icms.com.au/geoeng2000

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