Biological and Physical Aspects of Dredging, Kings Bay, Georgia

by Stephen V. Cofer-Shabica, (editor), National Park Service, Inst. of Ecology, Univ. of Georgia, Athens, GA 30602,

American Society of Civil Engineers, New York, NY
978-0-87262-839-7 (ISBN-13) | 0-87262-839-6 (ISBN-10), 1991, Soft Cover, Pg. 168
Coastlines of the World series
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Conference information: Symposium on Coastal and Ocean Management | Long Beach, California, United States | July 8-12, 1991

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Document Type: Book - Proceedings

Abstract: This proceedings, Biological and Physical Aspects of Dredging in Kings Bay, Georgia, contains papers presented at Coastal Zone '91, the Seventh Symposium on Coastal and Ocean Management held in Long Beach, California, July 8-12, 1991. This volume is part of a continuing series of volumes of Coastlines of the World. Some of the topics covered include environmental considerations, engineering and science; data gathering, and monitoring; legal, regulatory, and political aspects of coastal management; planning, conservation, and development; and public information and citizen participation. This volume provides the professionals, decision-makers, and the general public with a broad understanding of these subjects as they relate to the dredging of Kings Bay, Georgia.

Subject Headings: Dredging | Developing countries | Bays | Biological processes | Coastal management | Shores | Ocean engineering | Environmental issues | North America | Georgia | United States


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