Temporal Characteristics of Aridland Rainfall Events
Rainfall intensity data are required to drive infiltration-based runoff models. Because data are sparse and cumbersome, a model to generate reasonable sequences of data is needed. Studying...

Urban Hydrology in the Desert, Antelope Valley, California
A study of urban hydrology in Antelope Valley includes data collection, analysis of rainfall and runoff frequencies, and comparison of results from various rainfall-runoff models. This...

Land Use Implication of Urban Intermodal Operations
In order to efficiently handle freight in an urban/suburban environment requires a working combination of roads and facilities, both of which consume land. Land in turn is one of the most...

Modeling Effects of Carson Valley Water Use Plans

The Role of Permits in the Management of Large Water Bodies

Modeling of Nonpoint Pollutants in a Reservoir/River System

Reducing Animal Waste Salts Leached to Groundwater in Semi-Arid Climates, The Chino Basin Study

Economic Evaluation of Alternative Disposal of Dredged Material

Selling Water Quality Planning to Local Governments

Using Existing Local Policies and Ordinances to Protect Coastal Water Quality

Water Use Planning and Zoning: A Strategy of Local and State Cooperation in Managing Public Trust Uses in North Carolina's Estuarine Waters

Public Access: The Conservation Easement Option

Coastal Regulatory Reform in New Jersey

Shrimp Mariculture: A Viable Competitor for the Coastal Land Resources of the Southeastern USA

Coastal Resort Planning

Federal-State Revenue Sharing for Ocean Minerals Development: The Example of Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act Section 8(G)

Simulating the Long-Term Impacts of Coastal Development and Landscape Changes on the Ecology of the Waccamaw River, SC

Engineering Assessment of Proposed Bolsa Bay Development

Coastal Zone Management and the National Estuary Program: Why Both?

Building Consensus on Land Use and the Chesapeake Bay

 

 

 

 

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