Construction Factors and Monitoring Methods Relating to the Performance of Ventura Breakwater Core Loc Repair
In 1999 the Los Angeles District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) repaired the north Ventura breakwater head. The head was rebuilt using 2-ton underlayer stone armored with...

Humboldt Beach and Dune Monitoring
Since 1881, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has maintained the entrance channel to Humboldt Bay on the Northern California Coast. This is accomplished through the annual dredging of approximately...

Longshore Sand Transport Rate Measurement and Quantification of Uncertainties

Anthropogenic vs. Natural Influences on Inlet Evolution: West-Central Florida

The Columbia River Littoral Cell: A Sediment Budget Overview

Inner-Bank Erosion at Jetty-Shoreline Intersection

Rehabilitation and Strengthening of U.G.G. Jetty #3

Rehabilitation of a Berthing Structure

A Marine Geophysical Investigation to Determine the Cause for Failure of the Yaquina Bay Jetty, Newport, Oregon

Cruise Passenger Loading Bridges at Florida Ports

Port of Plymouth Reconstruction Montserrat, West Indies

Concrete Armor Unit Performance in Light of Recent Research Results

The History of the Humboldt Jetties, Eureka, California 1880 to 1994

Dolosse Repair of Humboldt Bay Breakwaters: Construction Management Aspects

Investigation of Damage at the Yaquina Bay North Jetty

Dredged Material Used in Sand-filled Containers for Scour and Erosion Control

Study on Littoral Protection by Sand-Filled Tube
This study focuses on a new, excellent construction method which excels in both the environmental and scenic aspects. It enables the construction of coastal structures such as jetty, detached...

Artificial Gravel Beaches in the Coastal Protection
Gravel beaches on the Caucasian Black Sea coast are intensively eroded mainly because of man meddling in natural course of coastal processes (sediment withdrawal from beaches and river...

Effect of Jetty Configuration on Wave Conditions and Dredge Quantities at Green Harbor, MA

South Jetty Scour Hole Stabilization, Ocean City, Maryland
Formation of a scour hole along the inlet side of the South Jetty at Ocean City occurred after jetty construction as a result of ebb tidal flow in the inlet. Analysis of historical bathymetry...





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