The Standley Lake Protection Project
Until recently, there has been no physical separation between potentially contaminated runoff from the former Rocky Flats Nuclear Weapons Plant and Standley Lake, the nearby water supply...

Are Erosion Control Programs Reducing Sedimentation?
In the Midwest, the USEPA National Watershed Monitoring Program is determining the effectiveness of land management strategies to improve water quality and biological diversity. The illinois...

Recreational Impoundments Retrofit of Existing and Design of New Facilities
Water has been a critical component of most human endeavors, and its value as a recreational amenity is well-known. An increasing number of recreational impoundments are being considered...

Lake Number: A Long-Term Lake Water Quality Predictor
A seasonal maximum Lake number was found to be a good predictor for volume averaged water temperatures, maximum water temperatures near lake bottom, seasonal stratification characteristics,...

U.S.-Canadian Water Sharing
The development, and an overview, of processes used to address water sharing between the United States and Canada are addressed. Transboundary waters between the two countries include...

Effective Management and Control of Urban Flood Disasters in West Africa
This paper begins by examining the characteristics of the impacts of flood disasters in the urban centers of West Africa. The paper then examines some significant examples of individual...

Lake/Reservoir Restoration Activities in Taiwan
The paper presents a brief overview of recent lake and reservoir restoration project activities in Taiwan, an island nation in a sub-tropical and relatively wet climate. Because of steep...

Decision Support
A number of factors have combined to make a computer-based decision support system (DSS) for power system operations attractive to Great Lakes Power Limited (GLP), a private utility that...

Wortley's Winter Wanderings: A Narrative

Using Spaceborne Imaging Radar to Identify Lake Water Resources on the Alaskan North Slope

Seepage Stoppers
After 65 years of continuous operation without any major rehabilitation, the Detroit-Windsor tunnel had sprung a few leaks. Engineers used elasticized grout to stop the seepage, a material...

Using Remotely Sensed Data to Estimate Rates of Sedimentation

Applying a Prescriptive Model to Help Resolve Conflict Over Alamo Lake, AZ

Hydrology, Enviornment and the Shared Use of Water

Prior-Spring Lakes Watershed Improvement Project

Changing the Water Management Criteria of Youghiogheny River Lake

Modelling the Effect of Verticl Flow-Developer on Ice Cover

Salt Lake County Ground Water Recharge Project

The Recharging Effects of the New Aswan Dam Lake on the Ground Water Aquifers

Dry Deposition of Atmospheric Contaminants to Lake Michigan





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