Geomorphology and Sedimentation Patterns of Tidal Inlets: A Review
Tidal inlets are generally formed by either of two mechanisms: storm generated scour channels, and closure of estuarine entrances by growth of sand spits. On depositional, coastal plain...

Historical Coastal Morphodynamics at St. Marys Entrance and Vicinity, Florida, U.S.A.
St. Marys Entrance is an Atlantic Ocean tidal inlel located on the Florida-Georgia state border. At the end of the nineteenth century rubble-mound jetties were constructed. Large-scale...

Large-Scale Coastal Evolution of Louisiana's Barrier Islands
The prediction of large-scale coastal change is an extremely important, but distant goal. Here we describe some of our initial efforts in this direction, using historical bathymetric information...

Coastal Impacts of Hurricane Hugo
During the early morning hours of 22 September 1989, Hurricane Hugo made landfall on the South Carolina Coast. Hugo was a Category 4 hurricane at time of landfall with estimated maximum...

The Use of Aragonite as an Alternate Source of Beach Fill in Southeast Florida
The first full-scale use in the United States of imported aragonite sand for beach restoration was initiated at Fisher Island, Florida, in December, 1990. The project involved placement...

Recent Evolution and Potential Causal Mechanisms of Cedar Island, Virginia, 1852-1986
Shoreline mapping was used to reconstruct the historical shoreline evolution of Cedar Island, Virginia in an effort to clarify the debate on barrier island response to sea level rise --...

Small Hydro Site Ranking, Cost Methodology and Program
The user-friendly micro-computer program SHYDRO for costing small hydro has been prepared for the government of Canada and is available in the public domain. SHYDRO was initially applied...

Hydroacoustic Evaluation of Deep and Shallow Spill as a Bypass Mechanism for Downstream Migrating Salmon at Rock Island Dam on the Columbia River
Hydroacoustic data were collected on downstream migrating juvenile salmon (Oncorhynchus spp.) during the springs of 1983 and 1984, and summer 1990 at Rock Island Dam on the Columbia River...

Guam's Water Master Plan

Erosion Potential of Pacific Basin Precipitation
Average annual erosivity (EI) values were developed using 20 years of hourly precipitation data from weather stations located on each of 10 Pacific Basin islands. Average annual erosivity...

Simulation of Leachate Discharge from a Small Island into a Tidal Bay
A small island in a tidal bay was considered as a potential site for depositing large volumes of excavation material from a transportation project. The island is located in the inner part...

Institutional Barriers to IVHS Introduction
The introduction and application of Intelligent Vehicle/Highway Systems (IVHS) will help to mitigate the adverse safety, environmental, and economic impacts of traffic congestion on selected...

Island Marinas—Pros and Cons
This paper intends to describe pros and cons of marina concepts in Denmark. The island marina concept, which has been developed and implemented, as opposed to the conventional marina concept,...

Avalon Harbor: Example of a Successful Destination Harbor
Avalon Harbor, which is located on the southeast side of Catalina Island approximately 25 miles (40 km) off the coast of Southern California, is an excellent example of a destination harbor...

A Zoning Code Revision for Port Development—The Story of East Providence
The City of East Providence evaluated the effectiveness of the City's 30 year old zoning code and revised performance standards in the zoning text in light of possible marine...

Full Use of Waterfront in Wakayama Marina City
At Wakanoura Bay, in the center of Wakayama Shimotsu Port, Wakayama Marina City Project has been under construction. This project is expected to play a leading role in the development...

Ebb Delta and Shoreline Response to Inlet Stabilization, Examples from the Southeast Atlantic Coast
Analytical studies were performed on the geomorphic evolution of four stabilized natural inlets located along the ebb-tide dominated, barrier island, southeastern coast of the United States....

Late Quaternary (Pre-Holocene) Coastal Systems of New Jersey
The coastline and the area adjacent to the present shoreline of New Jersey has not been explored as intensely as the same region of neighboring states for pre-Holocene high sea level stillstands....

A Study on Environment Impact Analysis in the Resort Development of the Remote Island—Case Study of Hatsushima Island

Automated Remote Meteorological Stations for Climatic Water Budget Determination at Cumberland Island, Georgia, USA

 

 

 

 

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