Design Guidelines for Bioengineered Bank Stabilization

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by Dale E. Miller,

Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: North American Water and Environment Congress & Destructive Water:

Abstract: Design of bioengineered slope stabilization measures in riverine environments to minimize rates of stream bank erosion requires accounting for hydrologic, hydraulic, geomorphic, geotechnical, vegetative, and construction factors. Due to the complex interaction of these factors, an iterative design process is required. Using a completed project on the Raritan River (New Jersey), this paper describes design guidelines for bioengineered bank stabilization in fluvial systems.

Subject Headings: River bank stabilization | Hydraulic design | Erosion | Construction management | Slope stability | Vegetation | Hydrology | New Jersey | North America | United States

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