Environmental Engineering Options for Managing Contaminted Sediment

Application of Monthly Model of Los Angeles Aqueduct System to Investigate Impacts from Mono Lake Tributary Diversions

Quantity and Quality of Nuisance Water in the Las Vegas Valley

The Proposed Waste Management Plan for Dairy Farm Wastes Polluting the Tangipahoa River and Lake Pontchartrain

Turning on the Waterworks
A new tunnel, two pumping stations, reservoirs and 150 mi of pipe have 23 municipalities in DuPage County, Illinois awash in Lake Michigan water, ahead of schedule and under budget. Bringing...

Rebuilding an Illusion
A dam that controls the level of Fall Lake, a major entry to the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness of northern Minnesota had to be rebuilt, but federal agents barred constructors from...

Sending Steel Down the River
Completed last October 1990, the Roosevelt Lake Bridge is now the longest two-lane, single span, steel-arch bridge in North America, spanning 1,080 ft. Also, the longest steel arch bridge...

A Wetlands Sewage Treatment System for the Community of Teslin
The Village of Teslin, with a population of 450, is located in south-central Yukon, approximately 180 km southeast of Whitehorse. Since 1977, the community has been trucking its sewage...

Winter Sewer Construction in Campbell Lake
This paper discusses the winter construction for replacement of the Campbell Lake portion of the Campbell Creek C-5 Trunk (C-5 Trunk) located in Anchorage, Alaska (see Figure 1). A previous...

Analysis of Waterbody Surface Heat Exchange
The Edinger-Duttweiler-Geyer (EDG) approach for estimating heat exchange at a water surface was examined and its applicability to ice-covered waterbodies determined. The EDG linearized...

Designing for Control of Ice Conditions in Marinas
Each marina or small-craft harbor experiencing ice during the winter months must be designed for site specific conditions. These conditions are governed by environmental factors (geology,...

Projections for Reduction in Lake Acidification From SO2 Emission Reductions
The Acid Deposition Assessment Model (ADAM) is used to assess the possible range of effects of a national acid rain emission reduction plan on lake chemistry and fish populations in the...

Alternative Highway and Railroad Crossings for Lake Gaston Water Supply Pipeline

Database Management for the Detroit Industrial Pretreatment Program (II)

Current Developments of the U.S. Great Lakes Shoreline GIS
The Computer Mapping Center of the Detroit District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), in cooperation with the State of Michigan Department of Natural Resources (MDNR), Land and Water...

Analysis of Thermal Scanning Imagery to Investigate Point Inflows Into Surface Water Bodies
Using a modified technique of thermal infrared remote sensing, physical sampling, and data analysis (graphical and geostatistical) locating a small inflow to a lake was possible. Thermal...

Spills on the Great Lakes a Cause for Concern—The Need for Action to Prevent Them
The present form of water transport of toxic chemicals on the Great Lakes, using inappropriate and obsolete forms of navigation control systems, presents the people and the ecosystem with...

Unique Water Quality Aspects of Lake Pontchartrain
Natural factors causing changes in Lake Pontchartrain, can be grouped into the following: subsidence and wetland loss due to the deterioration of the St. Bernard Delta, natural variations...

Environmental Assessment of Lake Maggiore, St. Petersburg, Florida
Lake Maggiore is a shallow 385 acre (156 ha) hypereutrophic lake located in St. Petersburg, Florida. The lake's watershed contains a variety of urban land use types that have...

Sediment Impediment to Boat Launching at Miller Park, City of Avon Lake, Ohio
In 1987 a boat launching facility was constructed at Miller Park, in the City of Avon Lake, Lorain County, Ohio (Figure 1). There have been problems with sediment buildup ever since it...

 

 

 

 

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