Historical Trend of Coastal Development and the Construction of Offshore Man-made Islands in Japan

Approach for Comprehensive Development of Tokyo Bay Coastal Area: Basic Concept of Port Planning in Tokyo Bay & Coordination Council

Shimonoseki Offshore Man-Made Island

Scenarios for Land Use on Delaware Barrier Beaches
Design criteria developed from tenets of the industrial-scientific world view emphasized capital-intensive use of barrier beaches for maximum economic productivity, whereas bioregional...

Management of Fisheries in the State of Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
To improve the interdisciplinary knowledge and to subdivide the problem in bio-ecological sectors, international committees recommend the development of integrated evaluation groups. On...

Environmental Analysis of Sludge Disposal Options
In a Court-ordered agreement to eliminate disposal of sludge from its treatment plants into the ocean, the City of Los Angeles was required to evaluate alternatives for transporting and...

Long-term Land Treatment: A Performance Evaluation
Overland flow (OLF) land treatment has been applied effectively in the United States for the treatment of industrial and municipal wastewaters. Although several overland flow systems in...

Effects of Salts on Soils and Plants
Salinity is a major constraint to crop production in many irrigated lands of the world. Management practices are needed for the control of soil and water salinity. The development of appropriate...

Land Reclamation and Drainage Water Reuse
This paper presents a brief overview of two chapters appearing in 'Agricultural Salinity Assessment and Management Manual', K. Tanji, Edit., Irrigation and Drainage...

Institutional, Environmental and Legal Issues
An evaluation of the subsurface agricultural drainage problems occurring on prime agricultural land on the west side of the San Joaquin Valley of California offers an insight into the...

Urban Stormwater Runoff Management
Local land use regulations managing stormwater runoff in new urban developments are the most practical and effective method to control pollutants in urban stormwater runoff or prevent...

Systems Approach for Irrigation Management of Complex Projects Involving Large Number of Farmers Under Severely Arid Regions
An Irrigation Management Information System (IMIS) was developed for complex irrigation projects involving a large number of farms under severely arid conditions. This system is a computer...

Water Supply and Conservation in a Desert City
The city of Phoenix, a fast growing metropolitan area, set in the northern reaches of the Sonoran Desert, seems to have reached the limits of the western water frontier. Presently, Phoenix...

Estimation of the Effect of Land Use Changes on Storm-Event Sediment Yield from a Small Watershed
The influence of partial deforestation in a small lowland watershed in the center of Poland on storm-event sediment yield is analysed. Rainfall-runoff model has been applied to estimate...

The Sediment Problem in South Africa Reservoirs
The reservoir sedimentation problem has been studied in South Africa from 1903 onwards. A substantial capacity reduction in reservoirs located in high sediment production regions has been...

Modeling Variations in Soil Moisture and Streamflow Resulting from Climatic and Land Use Changes
A distributed parameter watershed model IWASCH has been developed to simulate variation in soil moisture and baseflow conditions for agricultural areas in Illinois, resulting from climatic...

People Movers: A Developer's Perspective

Role of APM and Land Development

Integration of APM Systems With Florida High Speed Rail

People Movers in Suburban High Activity Centers

 

 

 

 

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