Restoring a Stream Corridor
The Stream Restoration Project is an environmental remediation project in a residential area in the Northeast United States. The soil in the flood plain of the stream was contaminated...

Restoring the Everglades
Are constructed wetlands an effective management strategy for restoring and protecting the Everglades from phosphorus over-enrichment caused by agricultural stormwater runoff? The $13.85...

Instream Flow Strategies for Operation of the Federal Central Valley Project
Federal Central Valley Project (CVP) operations and policies of reservoir storage and river releases for fish and wildlife protection and restoration are discussed. Prescribed strategies...

Partnering in Environmental Restoration: The Coastal America Model
The Coastal America Partnership was initiated in 1993 with the underlying principal that collaborative efforts would be more successful than attempting individual agency solutions. To...

Restoration of Lakes and Canals in an Urban Park - Belle Isle, Michigan

Instream and Streambank Environmental Feature Guidelines
Tightened regulatory requirements and a renewed appreciation for the benefits of preserving our diminishing natural resources have led to a recent profusion of stream restoration projects...

Macro-Roughness Effects on Stream Reaeration
The gas transfer coefficient is key to modeling dissolved oxygen levels in streams. Engineers commonly predict it as a function of mean flow depth, velocity, and slope. Large errors are...

Restoration of Wetland Ecosystems: A Challenge to Our Nation's Civil Engineers

Restoring and Protecting Marine Habitat

Environmental Restoration and Enhancement using Dredged Material in Chesapeake Bay, Maryland

Beneficial Uses of Dredged Material: Part of the Solution to Restoration of Louisiana's Coastal Wetlands

Habitat Restoration Using Dredged Material: The Sonoma Baylands Wetland Demonstration Project

Guidance for Wetland Restoration with Dredged Material

National Water Resources Regulation
Where is the Environmental Pendulum Now?
This proceedings, National Water Resources Regulation - Where is the Environmental Pendulum Now?, presents papers from the Specialty Conference...

Roadmapping: A Management Tool
Roadmapping is a process used by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Environmental Restoration and Waste Management (EM) to illustrate issue-based planning activities necessary...

Mount St. Helens Recovery Project
Work began immediately after the eruption of Mount St. Helens to restore Columbia River navigation, provide 100 year flood protection for the downstream communities located along the Cowlitz...

Evaluating Environmental Projects
Throughout the Nation, there is increased awareness of and concern for, environmental protection and restoration. Within the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, new authorities are providing...

Juanita Creek Channel Restoration—King County, Washington
Juanita Creek, a small basin near Seattle that contains anadromous fish, was experiencing degradation due to urbanization. A detention pond and channel restoration improvements were constructed...

Double Rock Park Stream Restoration Project
The Double Rock Park stream restoration is a pilot project for the Baltimore County, Maryland, Stream Restoration Program. The study assessed watershed conditions and the stream channel...

Innovative Wetlands in Urban Settings Using Dredged Material
As a result of its work in the waterways of the nation, the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) has restored or constructed wetlands using dredged material in a number of urban/suburban...

 

 

 

 

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