Integrated Planning Analysis for an Aggregate Mine

by Edward Wallace, Meridian Consulting Engineers, Sacramento, United States,
Robert MacArthur, Meridian Consulting Engineers, Sacramento, United States,



Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Hydraulic Engineering

Abstract: Planning and design work of an aggregate mining facility within the Sutter Bypass, a key component of California's flood control system, is being performed by multidisciplinary team of engineers and resource scientists using state of science hydrodynamic modeling techniques. A cooperative relationship between project planners and agency review staff form different disciplines is identifying opportunities for project features which combine mining, environmental, flood control, and agricultural objectives

Subject Headings: Mines and mining | Aggregates | Control systems | Floods | Hydrodynamics | Team building | Hydrologic models | Building design | Hydraulic design | North America | California | United States

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