Design and Testing of Two Ice-Preserving Winter Lake Aeration Systems
As part of an effort to achieve ice-preserving lake aeration for winterkill prevention, two non-mixing lake aeration systems were designed and field tested. Each creates a fish refuge...

Water Quality Enhancement Technology for River-Reservoir Systems
Water quality enhancement technology is applied to a wide variety of field conditions in surface waters including rivers, lakes and reservoir epiliminia, lake and reservoir hypolimnia,...

Minimizing the Probable Maximum Flood
A newly-developed probable maximum precipitation (PMP) estimate for Wisconsin and Michigan reduced precipitation depths by 20%. Should a given area's probable maximum flood...

Sediment Transport by Wind Waves, Long Waves and Mean Currents: An Experiment on Nearshore Morphodynamics, Lake Huron, Canada

Protecting the Great Lakes: Asking the Right Questions

The Great Lakes Initiative: Dollars Down the Drain

Steam Plant Becomes Biotech Lab.
With its prominent lakefront location and imposing size, Seattle's Lake Union Steam Plant is visible from many parts of the city. For most of this century, the plant's...

State Regulation of Upland Disposal of Dredged Material in Michigan

Laboratory and Field Demonstrations of Sediment Treatment Technologies by the USEPA's Assessment and Remediation of Contaminated Sediments (ARCS) Program

Beneficial Uses of Dredged Material on the Upper Great Lakes

Dredged Material Disposal and Migratory Birds

Ocean Wave Measurement and Analysis
This proceedings, Ocean Wave Measurement and Analysis, consists of papers presented at the Second International Symposium on Ocean Wave Measurement...

Hydraulic Engineering
These proceedings, Hydraulic Engineering '94, contain summaries of the papers presented at the 1994 National Conference on Hydraulic...

Small Dam Rehabs
The nation's 95,000 small dams face many of the same problems as the rest of its infrastructure, but with less money available for repair. In response, the owners of small...

An Expert System for Stop-Controlled Intersection Design
In 1915, the first stop sign was installed in Detroit, Michigan, but until now, there was still no one coordinated body of knowledge which would dictate design and analysis requirements....

In Situ Testing Performed at Jackson Lake Dam
Jackson Lake Dam was rehabilitated from 1986 to 1988 to increase seismic stability. Final foundation improvements consisted of dynamic compaction and mixed inplace soil cement columns....

Seismic Rehabilitation of Echo Lake Dam
Echo Lake Dam is an existing dam raising a natural lake in the Sierra Nevada in California, along the western edge of the Tahoe Basin. The dam was an embankment built with steep, hand...

Prestwood Lake Dam Rehabilitation
The Prestwood Lake Dam located in Hartsville, South Carolina is owned by Sonoco Products Co. It originally was a wood structure built in 1895. That structure was washed out by a hurricane...

Graham Lake Dam Remedial Measures Project
Graham Lake Dam consists of a 550-foot long earth embankment and an 80-foot long concrete spillway. Several concerns were identified during project inspections including limited spillway...

Michigan Dam Safety Inspection
This paper describes the new dam safety act which took affect in Michigan in 1990. This act provides for regular inspection of almost 900 dams in Michigan that meet the size and storage...

 

 

 

 

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