Marinas, Parks and Recreation Developments
This proceedings, Marinas, Parks & Recreation Developments, contains papers presented at the International Conference sponsored by...

The Once and Future ASCE Model Water Allocation Law
The Water Resources Planning and Management Division during its two decade history has been concerned about water rights allocation and transfer law. It established a Water Laws Committee...

Challenges in Implementing the Use of Reclaimed Water
The State of Washington is currently in the process of adopting standards for use of reclaimed water on land. CH2M HILL recently has finished two feasibility level studies for reuse projects...

Are Landscape Patterns Related to Marsh Loss Processes?
Marsh loss that occurs in Louisiana is seldom associated with shoreline erosion of lakes and bayous; instead, marshes break up internally. Marsh loss is attributed to processes that stress...

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...

The Ecosystem of the Wadden Sea
The Wadden Sea is a unique landscape and one of the last large and relatively undisturbed ecosystems in northwest Europe and therefore a wetland of international importance. At the same...

Management of Irrigation and Drainage Systems
Integrated Perspectives
This proceedings, Management of Irrigation and Drainage Systems: Integrated Perspectives, consists of 156 papers presented at the 1993 ASCE...

Whose Risk Is It, Anyway?
Near the now-closed Smuggler Mine in Aspen, Colo. toxic lead sits beneath the grass of area residents' yards. A major portion of soil in the area has lead above the EPA action...

Reclaimed Water, Irrigation, and Conservation Pricing
The Irvine Ranch Water District (IRWD) is located in the south-central portion of Orange County consisting of approximately 76,000 acres. The most extensive reclaimed water project in...

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...

The Reclamation Program for the Yucca Mountain Project
The U. S. Department of Energy (DOE) is required by law and other regulatory requirements to reclaim disturbances created by site characterization activities at Yucca Mountain. Because...

Wastewater Reclamation and Reuse for Malibu, California
Engineering-Science is providing consulting engineering services for the design of a sewer system and wastewater reclamation plant for the urban portion of Malibu, California. This project...

Landscape Simulation of Coastal Wetlands

Salinity Problems Associated with Reuse Water Irrigation on Southwestern Golf Courses
One of the most severe of the potential reuse water quality problems is salinity. While many water supplies in the southwest have relatively high total dissolved solids (TDS) concentrations,...

Protecting New York's Scenic Coast

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

Landscape Forms for Wind Mitigation on Coastal Sites

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

Managing Island Landscapes

Resource Management in Northeast Florida

 

 

 

 

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