New York Bight Three-Dimensional Water Quality Model
The numerical modeling technology developed for Chesapeake Bay was applied to the Middle Atlantic Bight extending 550 km form Cape May, NJ, northeasterly to Nantucket Island, MA, and extending...

Project of Building Man-made Islands and Development of Port Facilities at the Port of Kobe
The most characteristic point of the Port of Kobe is the building of man-made islands: Port Island and Rokko Island, where the port facilities and container terminals have been arranged...

The Rokko Island Line of the Kobe New Transit System
Because Rokko Island was planned to be a mini-city with all the typical urban functions, it was essential to provide a means of transportation connecting it with the existing urban center...

Deer Island Project: An Effluent Driven Hydroplant

Motivating Factors Behind Environmental Activism: A Case Study of Beach Clean-up Participants
This study was initiated to investigate the motivating factors behind environmental activism. Participants in a Rhode Island beach clean-up were surveyed for information about their attitudes,...

Rhode Island Lagoons
This case study describes the process of formulating a management plan for a coastal ecosystem comprising six coastal lagoons and their 82.4 km2...

A Study of Political Decision Method for Remote Island's Environmental Management—Patterns of Remote Islands and a Political Goal
Remote islands are handicapped in their incomes and living conditions, because they are surrounded by oceans, the area is rather small, and also they are far from economic and cultural...

Pointe Mouillee: a 4600-acre Multiple Purpose Habitat Constructed and Restored in Western Lake Erie, USA
Pointe Mouille, part of a Michigan Wildlife Management Area, is the site of a major restoration project funded and constructed in the late 1970's by the US Army Corps of Engineers and...

Wetland Assessment and Management Using a GIS Approach
Bloodsworth Island, in the Chesapeake Bay, is an important waterfowl and waterbird habitat comprising a large area of wetlands and one small upland ridge. it is experiencing rapid, but...

The Magdalen Islands, Gulf of Saint Lawrence
The Magdalen Islands constitute the largest barrier-island system in the Gulf of Saint Lawrence. They represent 435 km of coasts at the 1:50 000 scale, two-thirds of which are sandy and...

The Dynamic Geomorphology of Yangpu Bay, Hainan Island, China
Yangpu Bay is located in the northwest of Hainan Island. It consists of Yangpu Bay (outer bay) and Xinying Bay (inner bay). During 1983-1989, we carried out a series of research into the...

Modification and Layout of the Galveston Island Groin Field for Retaining Sand on Beach
In the past hundred years or so, numerous groin fields have been constructed along the world's coastline. Many of these have little or no existing beach in the groin field. This paper...

Case History of Sherman Island Hydro Buttress Dam

Hydrodynamic Forces and Evolution of a Nearshore Berm at South Padre Island, Texas

Hampton, New Hampshire: Beach Nourishment Project
An ongoing program of beach nourishment at Hampton Beach, Hampton, New Hampshire is a success and has resulted in long term use of a recreational facility at one of the most popular resorts...

Beach Nourishment with Aragonite and Tuned Structures
The first full-scale use in the United States of imported aragonite sand for beach restoration was undertaken at Fisher Island, Florida, between December 1990 and April 1991. About 20,000...

Numerical Modeling of Proposed Kawaihae Harbor, HI
The Kawaihae shallow-draft harbor site is located on the northwest coast of the island of Hawaii, HI. An entrance channel, turning basin, and breakwater currently exist at the harbor site....

Investigation of Coastal Conditions at Oregon Inlet, NC for the Replacement of the Herbert C. Bonner Bridge
The Bonner Bridge across Oregon Inlet was constructed in 1962 and is approaching the end of its service life. Planning for a future crossing must consider natural inlet migration expected...

Design and Construction of Shinnecock Inlet, New York
Shinnecock Inlet is the easternmost of six coastal inlet which bracket the barrier island on the south shore of Long Island, New York. Through recent history, Shinnecock Inlet has exhibited...

Design of a Mechanical Refuse Barrier
In the summer of 1988, beachgoers flocking to the New Jersey shore for relief from unusually hot, hurried weather were stunned by the grisly spectacle of hospital debris, industrial and...

 

 

 

 

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