GIS Landscape—A Solution for Wellhead Protection
Wellhead protection is an emerging issue for water suppliers based largely on the 1986 Amendments to the Federal Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA). State governments are developing wellhead...

Predicting Impacts of Management Measures on Fragile Coastal Wetlands Using a Predictive Landscape Model
We present a marsh development model that incorporates the hydrodynamics of erosion and sedimentation and meets all conventions proposed for spatial landscape modeling. Wave parameters...

Research Study of Highway Snowdrifting in Canada
Millions of dollars are spent annually to maintain Canadian highways in order to make them safe for motorists during the winter. In Ontario, it is estimated that on average $3,000/km of...

Marine Architecture and the Maritime Village
This paper discusses the types of planning, architecture and urban form appropriate to a maritime village. It outlines the design principles of waterside development and advocates the...

Planning and Designing the Land and Water Human Environments in Marinas
Historically, the planning and design of marinas placed the greatest emphasis on solutions which served the inanimate objects comprising marinas-boats, docks, buildings, automobiles and...

Landscape Simulation of Coastal Wetlands

Protecting New York's Scenic Coast

Coastal Planning and Conservation Policies in Italy

Resource Management in Northeast Florida

Landscape Forms for Wind Mitigation on Coastal Sites

Managing Island Landscapes

Simulating the Long-Term Impacts of Coastal Development and Landscape Changes on the Ecology of the Waccamaw River, SC

Factors in Design and Construction of a Modern Marine Terminal in Upper New York Bay: Accommodating Coastal Zone Interests

Coastal Dune Status and Management Conflicts, New South Wales, Australia
The University of Sydney/Soil Conservation Service dune management research project was initiated with the ultimate goal of developing a multiple-objective planning model to define the...

The Lubbock, Texas, Land Treatment System
The land treatment system at Lubbock, Texas provides an excellent model for studying the response of a system to growth. It also provides insights and justification for current criteria...

Using the CoastalEcological Landscape Spatial Simulation (CELSS) Model for Wetland Management
A spatial simulation model was constructed to help understand the historical changes in the Atchafalaya/Terrebonne marsh/estuarine complex in south Louisiana and to project impacts of...

Some Econological Observations on Coastal Plant Communities, of New York and New Jersey
The present study was conducted at three coastal sites, Fire Island, New York, Fort Tilden, New York, and Sandy Hook, New Jersey. Four plant communities, the salt marsh community, sand...

Long-Term Ecological Research: A National Perspective
Long-Term Ecological Research (LTER) is an undertaking by the National Science Foundation to promote better planning of research projects and the resolution of major ecological questions...

Planning and Environmental Assessment of New Transit System
The guideway of the new transit system 'KANAZAWA SEASIDE LINE' which Yokohama City has started construction is designed as an elevated type throughout the line,...

Development of a Reclaimed Water Irrigation Management Plan

 

 

 

 

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