Deep Mixing Method: A Global Perspective
Various contemporary deep mixing method (DMM) techniques have been used in the United States since 1986. Such techniques owe their origins to Japanese and Scandinavian developments, which...

California's Harbor Safety Committees

A Captain of the Port's View of Port Safety in California

Oil Spill Prevention and Response: Partnerships Make It Happen

Using Geography as a Management Tool: The National Ocean Service San Francisco Bay Project and Pacific Coast Program

Mediating Conflicts Between Fish and Oil: A Prototype for Joint Problem Solving of Space-Use and Resource Conflicts

The Parkshuttle Pilot Project

PIANC and the Environment

Bottom Shear Stress from Propeller Jets

The Federal Administration's Plan to Expedite Dredging in the Port of New York and New Jersey: Progress of Execution at the Local Level

Using DGPS Ship Transit Date for Navigation Channel Design

Olmsted Locks and Dam

Ohio River Main Stem Systems Study Lock and Dam Risk and Reliability

Prospects for the Development of Traffic Navigation Systems in Chinese Cities

An Experimental Analysis of Intelligibility and Efficiency of In-Vehicle Route Guidance System Displays

An Aerial Video System for Rapidly Measuring Sand Bar Morphology

Sediment Transport Model and Its Application for Assessment of Sedimentation in Navigable Channels

Household Travel, Household Characteristics, and Land Use: An Empirical Study from the 1994 Portland Travel Survey

Toward a Risk-Based Assessment of Shallow-Draft Navigation Investments

Hydrographic Surveying
This manual establishes criteria and presents policy and guidance for performing hydrographic surveying in support of planning, engineering and design, construction, operation, maintenance,...

 

 

 

 

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