Experiences in Cleaning Up the Influence of Oil Spill on the Water Bodies
Experiences in cleaning up the influence of oil spill on water bodies of Komi Republic (European part of Russian North) and Dagestan Republic (North Caucasus) was generalized. In both...

Overview of DoD Research in Groundwater Modeling
The U.S. Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station leads a multi-agency research program for the Department of Defense (DoD) which continues the development of integrated, comprehensive...

Development of Remediation Technologies Simulators
This paper summarizes on.going efforts to develop software for simulating various in situ, subsurface remediation technologies to improve remediation selection, design, and operation....

Field Measurements of Streambed Scour at Bridge Piers in Ohio
Field measurements made from 1989 to 1994 were evaluated to characterize pier scour at 21 bridge sites in Ohio. Pier scour was observed at sites in 45 of 47 real-time scour measurements....

Design Guidance—Instream and Bank Restoration Structures
Despite an urgent need for river and stream restoration design criteria, little guidance has emerged in recent years. Existing guidance is largely unsatisfactory, promoting empiricism...

Controlling the Impacts of Development on Storm Water Quality through Proper Site Planning and Design
Land development and construction activities can significantly alter drainage patterns, increase runoff peak flow and volume, and contribute pollutants to storm water runoff. Federal and...

Channel Restoration Project along Toby Creek
Creek banks within Mecklenburg County, NC, are eroding, producing excessive quantities of sediment in the creek and causing bank instability. Seeking innovative approaches to these problems,...

The Use of Hydrologic Budget Techniques in Assessing Site Suitability for Wetland Creation
This paper discusses the general concepts and benefits of using of hydrologic budget techniques to describe the typical hydrologic conditions that might be expected at prospective site...

Sediment Erosion Rate in the Baltimore Harbor
In-situ erosion experiments were conducted at four selected sites in the Baltimore harbor in May 1995 using the VIMS Sea Carousel. The measurements showed that the erosion rate decreased...

System Identification Using Earthquake Acceleration Records

Intelligent On-Line Monitoring of Machine Health for Robots in Critical Environments

Rock Foundations
This manual provides technical criteria and guidance for the design of rock foundations for civil works or other similar large military structures. It provides a minimal standard to be...

Grounded by History: Airports and Historic Resources

To Know or Not to Know: The Site Characterization Process and Its' Role in Horizontal Directionally Drilled Pipeline River Crossings

High Density Polyethylene Pipe under High Fill: A Continuing Study

San Diego's Historic Dulzura Conduit: New Solutions

Site Selection for Pipeline Waterway Crossings

Practical Geoenvironmental Visualization

Use of Fuzzy Logic and Similarity Measures in the Risk Management of Hazardous Waste Sites

Adaptation of a Layout Design System to a New Domain: Construction Site Layouts

 

 

 

 

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