Dr. Christine Weber is a senior associate and lead geotechnical engineer for Waterpower & Dams, experienced in geotechnical analysis and design, including the seismic hazard assessments, seismic deformation analysis, liquefaction assessments, seepage and stability analysis, and settlement analysis. She’s performed two-dimensional and three-dimensional numerical analyses to evaluate the implications of leakage through defects in a geomembrane liner on the performance of dams.
With over 10 years of professional experience in geotechnical analysis and design, Christine has performed static slope stability calculations and modeling, two-dimensional and three-dimensional seepage analysis, and static settlement analysis. She also has experience in performing seismic hazard assessments, seismic deformation analysis, and liquefaction assessments.
Christine has performed and supervised geotechnical analysis and design for many different types of projects, including waste storage dams, waste storage facilities, water storage dams, water conveyance structures, and water containment features.