The Strategic Petroleum Reserve Ocean Monitoring Program—An Introduction to Environmental Aspects of the Engineering Design Processby Roy W. Hann, Jr., Texas A&M Univ, Civil, Engineering Dep, College Station, TX, USA,
Charles P. Giammona, Texas A&M Univ, Civil, Engineering Dep, College Station, TX, USA,
Document Type: Proceeding Paper
Part of: Coastal Zone '85
Abstract: A model describes how determinations can be made on the effects of an engineered work or product in the environment. The engineered work can be a new waterway, a wastewater diffuser system, a water resource that will affect flow into an estuary, etc. The engineered product could be a new pollutant such as brine discharge, a new pesticide, or toxic chemical which will be released in the environment. This model, which was greatly influenced by the Department of Energy-sponsored Strategic Petroleum Reserve Program, is taught to all Civil Engineering students at Texas A&M University.
Subject Headings: Hazardous materials spills | Environmental issues | Resource management | Water resources | Petroleum | Ocean engineering | Waterways
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