The Quincy Mine Tramway

Deep Diagnosis (available only in Geoenvironmental Special Issue)
Contaminated sediments in the world's waterways present a variety of problems, both economic and environmental. The two basic problems are waterways which need maintenance...

Interstate Mediation As an Alternative to Litigation: Resolving Illinois' Lake Michigan Diversion Dispute

Chicago Sanitary and Ship Canal Dispersal Barrier

The Pulp and Paper Industry and the Great Lakes Water Quality Initiative: Achieving Environmental Compliance in a Competitive Industry

Management of Kanawha Basin Use Conflicts

Coordination of Drift Management at Bluestone Lake

Field Studies of Shore Evolution

A Field Investigation of Functional Design Parameter Influence on Groin Performance: The Great Lakes Groin Performance Experiment

The Storm over Sturm: A Case Study in Multijurisdictional Stormwater Management, Lake County, Illinois

Modeling the Great Lakes Net Basin Supplies Series Using SAMS

Causes of Increased Net Basin Supply in the Great Lakes Watershed

Effects of Wetlands on Modulating Hydrologic Regimes in Nine Wisconsin Watersheds

Sedimentation Study of Loyalhanna Lake Using a Digital Terrain Model

Reservoir Operations During Sedimentation Removal at Conemaugh River Lake

Improved Wind-Wave Forecasts for the Great Lakes

Deep Tunnel's Twists and Turns-CSO Control in Metro Chicago

The Chicagoland Man-Made Waterways

Alternative Water Supplies Reduce Threat to Lake Chapala

The Evolution of Flood Risk and Erosion Damage in the Shaker Lakes/Doan Brook Urban Watershed

 

 

 

 

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