Scour Monitoring at Johns Pass and Nassau Sound, Florida

by J. D. Schall, (M.ASCE),
G. A. Fisher,
G. R. Price,



Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Stream Stability and Scour at Highway Bridges: Compendium of Stream Stability and Scour Papers Presented at Conferences Sponsored by the Water Resources Engineering (Hydraulics) Division of the American Society of Civil Engineers

Abstract: Scour monitoring instruments were installed on two bridges spanning tidal inlets in Florida as part of a research project to develop scour instrumentation. Previous prototype installations were located at inland riverine sites at various locations across the country. The Florida test sites were selected in order to evaluate instrument performance in a marine environment, where salt water, corrosion, barnacles and other aspects of marine life can create new, and sometimes more severe environmental conditions.

Subject Headings: Scour | Salt water | Site investigation | Research and development | Tides | Inlets (waterway) | Instrumentation | Bridges | North America | Florida | United States

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