Reclaiming Detroit's Riverfront: A Cost-Effective In-Situ Solution for Returning a Lead Contaminated Site to Public Use

Case Study: Developing a Program MIS for Public Projects

Manufactured Housing: Trends and Perceptions

Rock `N' Roll in Cleveland
A glass tent, a cylinder perched on a single column, a collection of squares, rectangles, triangles and circles were amassed in and around a 167 ft tall tower by architect I.M. Pei to...

Coastal Evolution Downdrift of St. Joseph Harbor on Lake Michigan

Numerical Simulation of Internal Kelvin Waves with Z-level and Sigma Level Models

Sediment and Contaminant Transport in Green Bay

High-Resolution, Short-Term Lake Forecasts for Lake Erie

Prediction of Storm Induced Flows in Great Lakes Estuarine Inlets

Risk Reduction of Lead and Mercury in Michigan

Application of a Hydrodynamic Model in Design of the Kingman Lake Wetland Restoration Project
The U.S Army Corps of Engineers Baltimore District is restoring 45 acres of wetlands within Kingman Lake in the District of Columbia through the placement of dredged material from the...

Hydraulic and Engineering Considerations in Designing Constructed Treatment Wetlands for a Lake Restoration
A 12,600 ha (31,000 acre) hypereutrophic lake in central Florida is being restored by constructing a 2,020 ha (5,000 acre) wetland filter to remove suspended sediments and particulate...

Managing Great Lakes Water Levels: An International Partnership
During this century, the levels of two of the Great Lakes have been regulated; Lake Superior since 1921 and Lake Ontario since 1960. The regulation is directed by the International Joint...

Modeling the Lake Decatur Watershed in Illinois to Evaluate Effects of Best Management Practices on Nitrate Loading
The Illinois State Water Survey recently completed a two-year monitoring and modeling study of the Lake Decatur watershed in Illinois to develop land use management alternatives that would...

Draining Himalayan Glacial Lakes Before They Burst
Glacial lakes are a common feature of the Himalaya in general and the Khumbu Himal region of eastern Nepal in particular. Some of these glacial lakes are naturally unstable because of...

The Great Great Lakes
Superlatives are in order when talking about the Great Lakes of North America! As a body of water half the size of the Mediterranean Sea and stretching more than a third across North America,...

Degradation of Carboxydiphenyl Ether via Bioaugmentation
Two diphenyl ether-degrading bacteria, Pseudomonas pseudo-alcallgenes strain POB31O and P. sp....

Nearshore Hydrodynamic and Water Quality Modeling for Water Intake Evaluation and Design
The nearshore water of the Great Lakes is of vital interest to millions of residents. Lake water is often the focal point in issues concerning economic development, recreation, and public...

Biodegradation Modeling of a Closed Landfill Site
The two-dimensional model, BIOPLUME II, was applied to the closed Becker County Landfill at Detroit township, Minnesota, to study the transport of hydrocarbons occurring at the site. The...

Bacterial and Chemical Pollution of Littoral Waters of Lake Ohrid at Pogradec—Town Area
The Pogradec shore waters exceed these bacteriological standards and provide risks to the public health. The levels of the chemical indexes clearly show the influence of organic pollution....

 

 

 

 

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