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Coursework: Case Studies
To learn from specific
events relating to Environmental Geotechnics through the production of a short
report in the form of a case study of two of the following incidents:
The student will write
two case studies (1000 words each) on two of the following incidents or
landfill gas explosion (UK)
Stava tailings dam collapse (Italy)
Aberfan tip failure (Wales)
The case studies will
contain a clear diagnostic from a geotechnical point of view of what went
wrong, how the incident could have been avoided and what lessons were learnt.
The case studies should
be presented as a document with a title page. Each case study should be
presented in a formal style with numbered sections and should contain:
Not more than
approximately 1000 words of text per case study.
Illustrations which are
directly relevant to the report and the content of which is explained or
referred in the text.
References within the
text to sources of information and a complete list of all information sources
consulted and used (Harvard referencing system).
Text should not be
presented as a collection of bullet points but a narrative which makes correct
use of paragraphs and sections. You are encouraged to create your own diagrams,
tables and figures to avoid excessive cutting and pasting.
Extent and quality of
information gathered and the use made of the information - 25%
Description of the case
history, explanation of technical aspects, analysis and identification of
important points and lessons to be learnt – 50%
Quality and presentation
of final document, eg: accuracy, clarity, comprehensiveness, readability,
referencing – 25%