On-Off Terminal Ship-to-Rail Transfer
The intermodal situation of U.S. ports is still evolving, and port planners will be facing difficult decisions regarding IM Configurations. This article was intended to assist 'perplexed'...

Planning/Analysis of VPA's Norfolk North Terminal
The Virginia Port Authority (VPA) is developing a new marine container terminal on the northern portion of its land at Norfolk International Terminals (NIT). The terminal is to be designed...

Clean-Up of Contaminated Soils: A Necessary First Step in Industrial Land Redevelopment
This is a paper describing efforts by The Toronto Harbour Commissioners to demonstrate how several technologies can be effectively integrated to remove or reduce contaminant levels in...

Land Reclamation Design for the Port of Los Angeles' 2020 Plan
In order to meet future cargo demands the Ports of Los Angeles (POLA) and Long Beach in conjunction with the United States Army Corps of Engineers have conducted a long-range planning...

Probability and Climatology of Droughts in the Western United States
The incidence of drought in the western United States is caused primarily by large-scale anomalies in the circulation of atmospheric, midlatitudinal, transport and the occurrence of the...

Alternative Methods of Drainage Management in San Joaquin Valley, California
The subsurface drainage and drainage-related problems in the San Joaquin Valley cost millions of dollars to the State and local economy every year. A number of actions have been proposed...

Feasibility of Water Supply for City of Houston Subsidence Zones Five and Six
The purpose of this paper is to evaluate the feasibility of providing surface water to the Harris Galveston Coastal Subsidence District (HGCSD) Zones Five and Six (located in North Houston...

Rural-Urban Water Transfers in Nevada: Solution or Problem?
Nevada is the most arid of the 50 states, yet is one of the fastest growing in terms of population. With this population growth, primarily in its two largest population centers, Las Vegas...

Delaware Estuary Nonpoint Source Control Program
Preparation of the Delaware Estuary Management Plan, sponsored by the EPA and the three states of New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Delaware, is part of the national estuaries program. As part...

Hillsboro Basin Surface Water Management Model
This study presents the results of the hydrologic and hydraulic analysis of the 103-square mile Hillsboro Basin located in South Florida. The purposes of the project were to develop a...

Optimal Aquifer Management for Controlling Land Subsidence
This paper discusses on-going research in optimal regional aquifer management that has a multiplicity of goals: water supply, subsidence control, and energy management. Current research...

Land Use and Imperviousness Information Acquisition

Small Stream Classification—A Process Based Approach

Sensitivity of HMR-51/52/PMP-Based Probable Maximum Flood (PMF) to Basin Lag and Land Use

Groundwater Recharge as a Reclaimed Water Transport Mechanism

Sensitivity of Non-Point Source Pollution Controls to Land Use

Engineering Mechanics
This proceedings, Engineering Mechanics—Ninth Conference, consists of the texts of the three keynote lectures and brief summaries of submitted...

Site Impact Traffic Assessment
Problems and Solutions
Transportation needs have traditionally derived from land use decisions. Site impact traffic analysis is a formalized process that attempts to quantify the need for transportation improvements...

Performance of Recycled Asphalt Concrete Materials in an Arid Climate
Recycling of asphalt concrete pavement is a common practice for highway agencies. In 1981, the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) constructed eight test sections in on experimental...

The Greening of Greens
Until recently, most consulting engineers thought golf courses were fun to design, good for the portfolio, but not worthy of much serious thought. Environmental issues and competing uses...

 

 

 

 

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