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Advances in Unstable Slope Instrumentation and Monitoring (2020)

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Suggested Citation:"Appendix B - Survey Respondent Information." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2020. Advances in Unstable Slope Instrumentation and Monitoring. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/25897.
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Suggested Citation:"Appendix B - Survey Respondent Information." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2020. Advances in Unstable Slope Instrumentation and Monitoring. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/25897.
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53 Survey Respondent Information A P P E N D I X B

54 Advances in Unstable Slope Instrumentation and Monitoring Table B-1. Survey respondent information. UNITED STATES DEPARTMENTS OF TRANSPORTATION # Abbreviation State Name Title or Position of the Responding Individual 1 AL Alabama Asst. M&T Bureau Chief - Geotechnical 2 AK Alaska Chief Eng Geo 3 AZ Arizona Senior Geotechnical Engineer 4 AR Arkansas Staff Geotechnical Engineer 5 CA California Transportation Engineering Technician 6 CO Colorado Engineering Geologist 7 CT Connecticut Transportation Supervising Engineer 8 DE Delaware Geotechnical Engineering 9 FL Florida Asst State Structures Design Engineer & State Geotechnical Engineer 10 GA Georgia Bureau Chief 11 HI Hawaii Civil Engineer VI 12 ID Idaho State Geotechnical Engineer 13 IN Indiana Geologist 14 IA Iowa Soils Design Section Manager 15 KS Kansas Chief Geotechnical Engineer 16 KY Kentucky DIRECTOR 17 ME Maine Senior Geotechnical Engineer 18 MD Maryland Chief, Engineering Geology Division 19 MA Massachusetts State Geotechnical Engineer 20 MI Michigan Supervising Engineer-Geotechnical Section 21 MN Minnesota Geomechanics/LRFD Engineer 22 MS Mississippi State Geotechnical Engineer 23 MO Missouri Geotechnical Director 24 MT Montana Geotechnical Engineer 25 NE Nebraska State Geotechnical Engineer 26 NV Nevada Chief Geotechnical Engineer 27 NH New Hampshire Engineering Geologist 28 NJ New Jersey Supervising Engineer 29 NM New Mexico Geoscientist 40 WA Washington Chief Engineering Geologist 41 WV West Virginia Transportation Engineering Technician 42 WI Wisconsin Geotechnical Engineering Supervisor 43 WY Wyoming Chief Engineering Geologist 30 NY New York Professional Engineer 2 - Civil/Geotechnical 31 NC North Carolina State Geotechnical Engineer 32 ND North Dakota Transportation Engineer Manager/Team Lead 33 OH Ohio Assistant Administrator, Office of Geotechnical Engineering 34 OR Oregon Engineering Geology Program Leader 35 SC South Carolina Geotechnical Design Policy Engineer 36 SD South Dakota Engineering Geologist 37 UT Utah Geological Engineer 38 VT Vermont Geotechnical Engineering Manager 39 VA Virginia Geotechnical Engineering Program Manager

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Geotechnical instrumentation and monitoring technologies have been used to inform safety, operational, and treatment decisions for unstable slopes.

The TRB National Cooperative Highway Research Program's NCHRP Synthesis 554: Advances in Unstable Slope Instrumentation and Monitoring documents and synthesizes the state of practice for implementation and use of advancements in unstable slope instrumentation and monitoring by state departments of transportation over approximately the last decade.

The types of instrumentation and monitoring technologies range from devices installed on or in slopes to remote-sensing methods from ground, aerial, or satellite-based systems.

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