Analyzing Sediment Dynamics Post Dam Removal: One Size Does NOT Fit All!

The Fate of Dam Removal Decisions in Light of Understanding Sediment Dynamics

Ecological Implications of Post-Dam Removal Sediment Processes

Modeling and Measuring Sediment Transport for River Restoration and Dam Removal

Channel Evolution During and After Dam Removal: Sediment Dynamics Post Dam Removal

Nuclear Shutdown
The lengthy process of decommissioning—and in some cases dismantling—a commercial nuclear power plant is unlike any other project. The few plants that have been decommissioned are providing...

Traditional Engineering Takes a Turn for the Future Decommissioning Dams and Restoring Ecological Integrity
(No paper) This paper will address the emerging shift evaluating the true value of dams and the importance of including the costs of the initial construction and investments required for...

Platform Decommissioning: Chevron's Experience with the 4H State Platforms Abandonment Project Santa Barbara Channel, California

Offshore Facility Decommissioning: Issues and Opportunities

Decommissioning of Offshore Oil and Gas Facilities: Contrasts Between Southern California and the Gulf of Mexico and Implications for Ecological Reearch

An Analysis of the Role of Ecological Science in Offshore Continental Shelf Decommissioning Policy

Impacts of Reservoir Sedimentation on Decommissioning of Dams
A large number of dams in the United States of America and elsewhere are reaching the limits of their design lives. Owners, agencies and environmentalists are either considering or demanding...

Steam Plant Becomes Biotech Lab.
With its prominent lakefront location and imposing size, Seattle's Lake Union Steam Plant is visible from many parts of the city. For most of this century, the plant's...

Long-Term Stabilization Considerations for Decommissioned and Reclaimed Uranium Sites

Criteria for Decommissioning: A Risk-Acceptability Framework

A Study in Nuclear Decommissioning
The Gentilly-1 nuclear power plant two year decommissioning project launched a series of firsts for the nuclear power industry. It was the first commercial sized plant in the world to...

Energy/Environment Opportunities for Civil Engineers
In the West, Nuclear Facilities Decommissioning; In the East, Implementation of Waste to Energy Systems
The papers in this book examine and provide illustrations for civil engineering opportunities in resolving apparent conflicts between needs for energy generation and environmental acceptability....

Renovation of the Shoshone Powerplant, Wyoming
Shoshone Powerplant and Buffalo Bill Dam are located on the Shoshone River approximately 5 miles (8. 1 km) west of Cody, Wyoming. The Powerplant was completed and the first two generating...

Intact Decommissioning Alternative for Nuclear Power Plants
Previous studies of decommissioning options for nuclear power plants have examined potential alternatives such as immediate dismantlement, entombment, and moth-balling. This paper describes...





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