Bridge to the Past
Constructed by Maya builders during the seventh century, the PreColumbian bridge at Yaxchilan was the longest in the world for over seven hundred years. Little remains today of this unique...

Geophysical Methods for Environmental Assessment

The Great Netherland Flood of '93 and Its Impact on Navigation

Estimating the Economic Value of Risk Reducations from Deep Draft Channel Widening

Applying Advanced Technology in Vessel Positioning for Dredging

High-Technology in Port and Vessel Operations

Co-evolution of Harbor Maintenance Dredging, Environmental Regulations, and Open-water Disposal Site Management: A Twenty-Year Perspective

Marine Traffic Management a New Concept in VTS

San Juan Harbor Navigation Channel Design

Probabilistic Design of Navigation Channel Depths

The Development of a Beneficial Uses Plan for the Proposed Houston Ship Channel Widening and Deepening Project

Marine Simulation Capabilities for Channel Design

Framework for Handling and Treatment of Contaminated Dredged Material from Ports and Inland Waterways

Shallow-Draft Coastal Port Design

Correcting Downdrift Beach Erosion with Existing Technology and Programs

Stability of a Geodesic Dome Under Symmetric Dynamic Loads

Illinois Department of Transportation Seismic Bridge Condition Survey

Past, Present and Future of Seismic Evaluation of Bridges in Kentucky

Wolford Mountain Reservoir Successful Navigation of the Regulatory, Environmental and Financial Impediments to Impoundments

A Survey of Urban and Agricultural Watershed Management Practices





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