Shoreline Erosion Control Structure: Application of Wastewater Sludge Ash

Making Way for Water
The State Water Project Coastal Branch Aqueduct and Extensions brings 48,000 acre feet of water annually to 23 Southern California communities. built over five years, the project involved...

Gravel Mining Impacts on San Benito River, California

Remediation of HAZWOPER Floodplains, Wetlands & Streambanks

Two-Dimensional Flow and Transport Modeling for Hydraulic Design and Analysis of Treatment Wetlands

Development of Sand Island with Vegetation in Fluvial Fan River Under Degradation

Interaction Between River-Bed Degradation and Growth of Vegetation in Gravel Bed River

Environmental Change by a Water Front Development

Three-Dimensional Numerical Modeling of Thermal Stratification in Cooling Ponds

Subsurface Water Movement on an Agricultural Watershed

A 2-D Non-Equilibrium Approach for Nonuniform Sediment Transport Modeling

Water Quality of Kangra Valley (India) - A Case Study

Design of Clarifiers and Sedimentation Basins Using an Advanced Numerical Modeling Approach

Long-Term Impacts of Ground Water Treatment Residual Waste Disposal Practices and Subsequent Ground Water Remediation

Seismically-Induced Deformations of Caisson Retaining Walls in Improved Soils

Estimation of Seismically Induced Lateral Deformations for Anchored Sheetpile Bulkheads

Nothing Wasted
Anoxic gas flotation (AGF), a patented system for anaerobic digestion of organic slurry waste, can recover as much as 85% of the phosphorus and 23% of the nitrogen in slurry waste, while...

Coordination
Water Resources and Environment
This proceedings, Coordination: Water Resources and Environment, consists of papers presented at ASCE's 25th Annual Conference...

Not Your Father's Strain Gauge
A new type of strain gauge incorporates smart memory methods to assess changes in structures. Inexpensive, easy to install and durable, these gauges are passive peak strain sensors, which...

Putting Wetlands to Work
Wetlands, whether natural or engineered, have enormous potential to clean up wastewater, but in the past, the public called on civil engineers to drain wetlands en masse as a public benefit....

 

 

 

 

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