Joint Agency Cooperation to Ensure Safety and Protection of the Environment Through Pipeline Inspections

Local Governments on the Edge: Planning for their Ocean Interface

Strategies for Conducting Periodic Reviews of Coastal Plan Implementation

Historical Review of Planned Land Uses for Coastal Areas in the Counties of Santa Cruz, Monterey, and San Luis Obispo, 1965-1995

Educating Industry, Government and the Public About Maintaining a Healthy Ecosystem

The U.S. Minerals Management Service Oil Spill Research Program

In-Situ Burning Policy Development for California

Managing the Oceans: Into the Murky Waters of Jurisdiction

Oiled Wildlife Care for Sea Otters in California: A Government, Private Sector, Not-for-Profit Partnership

Investigations and Governmental Cooperation on the Coastal and Marine Impact of Oil Spill Responsiveness to Recent Shore Based Spills in Central California

A Comprehensive Conservation and Management Plan for the San Francisco Bay-Delta Estuary, with a Focus on Wetlands Ecosystem Goals

Musical Chairs - Who's Minding the Coast?

The Need for New Coastal Legislation

Redefining the Federal Review Process of High Energy Seismic Exploration for Oil and Gas on Southern California's Outer Continental Shelf: An Example of Federal, State, Local, Industry, and Public Cooperation

The State Water Resources Control Board's Marine Bioassay Project

State and Local Government Involvement in Coastal Management, Queensland, Australia

Calabarzon: Counter-Magnet Metro Manila

Navigating the Planning and Implementation Efforts of a Dredging Project Amidst the Myriad of Local, State and Federal Bureacratic Floating Mines

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

A Corps Chief Looks at Rising Tide
A former head of the U.S. Army corps of Engineers reviews a book about the Great Flood of 1927. The book, entitled, Rising Tide: The Great Mississippi Flood of 1927 and How it Changed...





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