Coastal Zone Management, Planning, and Implementation in the Sultanate of Oman

Mathematical Modeling of Water Balance in a Well Defined Pilot Area
This study developed a water balancing computer code, a type of book keeping method using a detailed version of the hydrologic balance equation. The purpose was to provide a method of...

Reservoir Sedimentation Mathematical Modeling
The main objective for this paper is to show how one can predict the sediment movement, and estimate the volume of the deposited sediments, which is considered as one of the factor affecting...

Ports '89
This is a collection of the technical papers presented at the triennial Ports '89 Conference held in Boston, Massachusetts in May 1989. Authors, although predominantly from...

Handling of Intake Bulkhead at King Talal Dam
During raising of King Talal Dam in Jordan in 1986, the existing intake wheel gate provided at the inlet of the project Low Level Outlet Works (LLOW) tunnel was found inadequate to withstand...

Physical Modeling of Heated Discharges into a Stagnant River
An alternative cooling system study was performed for the Damietta Combined Cycle Plant in Egypt. The alternatives included spray canals, helper cooling tower and once-through cooling....

Building Expandable Housing Units in Kuwait

Status and Prospectives of Small Hydro Power Development in Egypt
The paper describes the current status of hydropower development in Egypt and its future prospects. Emphasis is made on reviewing the potentialities for small, mini and micro-hydropower...

Modern Technology in an Ancient Environment—The Answan II Power Plant
The Aswan II power plant is located at the old Low Aswan Dam in Southern Egypt. This dam was constructed in the early years of the century in order to provide irrigation water for cash...

Stream Flow Model for a Coastal Stream in Egypt
The Coastal region north of Egypt contains many small streams known as Wadis which are considered the main water resources in that region. All the Wadis in the north coast of Egypt run...

Hydraulic Model of the New Esna Barrage

Techniques of Artificial Recharge from an Ephemeral Wadi Channel Under Extreme Arid Conditions
A series of field experiments and theoretical analysis was carried out for the alluvial system in Wadi Tabalah in order to determine the feasibility of implementing artificial recharge...

Artificial Recharge of Ground Water
A need for international and interdisciplinary technology transfer on the subject of artificial recharge resulted in the American Society of Civil Engineers' (ASCE) Irrigation...

A Coastal Zone Management Strategy for the Sultanate of Oman
As a further response to the pressures of development, the Ministry of Commerce and Industry has contracted the International Union for Conservation of nature and Natural Resources (IUCN)...

Design Considerations for a Navigational Channel
The hydraulic feasibility of the proposed navigation channel from Shuwaikh to the offshore area in Sulaibikhat Bay was studied. Channel width and alignment were determined considering...

Satellite-Tracked Buoy Activities in Saudi Arabia
During the pollution threat on the Gulf caused by the collapse of the NOWRUZ oil field well in February 1983, the Meteorology and Environmental Administration (MEPA) established an Oil...

Appraisal of Resources in the Saudi Arabian Gulf
The Kingdom's Meteorology and Environmental Protection Administration (MEPA) has commissioned a major study of the natural resources, as well as an appraisal of coastal zone...

A Coastal Management Program for the Saudi Arabian Red Sea Coast
In marked contrast to the Arabian Gulf, the Red Sea is still largely unaffected by industrial development. Awareness of the relatively natural condition of the Red Sea and its outstanding...

Techniques for Field Survey of the Eastern Red Sea
A system for generating a large scale resource inventory using a framework of geographically discrete site assessment quadrats has been used for a survey of the Eastern Red Sea. The quadrat...

Oil Pollution in Suexz Gulf of the Red Sea
The population along the Red Sea coast is small, but this sea is now one of the most important areas in the world, for it is the route for ships using the Suez Canal. Many vessels transit...

 

 

 

 

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