Environmental Constraints Associated with Dredging in Southern Californiaby Anthony J. Risko, USAED, Los Angeles, United States,
Mohammed N. Chang, USAED, Los Angeles, United States,
Document Type: Proceeding Paper
Part of: Coastal Engineering Practice
Abstract: The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Los Angeles District, is responsible for the maintenance dredging of twelve harbors along the Southern California coast, ranging from Morro Bay in the north to San Diego Bay in the south. Each harbor is unique in the way dredging operations are handled, the method of disposal, and environmental constraints, including endangered species. This paper presents a generic overview of the environmental concerns associated with all Corps of Engineers dredging projects in Southern California.
Subject Headings: Dredging | Light rail transit | Environmental issues | Ports and harbors | Maintenance | Bays | Endangered species | Federal government | North America | California | United States | Los Angeles | San Diego
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