Demonstration of the Wes New York Bight Hydrodynamic Model in Long Island Sound
Recently, a three-dimensional numerical hydrodynamic model of the New York Bight developed by the Waterways Experiment Station was applied to the Long Island Sound subregion, using NOAA's...

Application and Benefits of Aquifer Recharge in Santa Fe, New Mexico
The Sangre de Cristo Water Company (SDCW) operates a water supply and treatment system that serves the City of Santa Fe, New Mexico, Water is supplied to the system by the City Well Field,...

Integration of Water Resource Models and GIS for Water Resource Management
As increasing demands are placed on water resources because of population growth and the resulting development, finding increasingly effective tools for management of natural resources...

Development of a Geographical Information System for On Farm Management
This paper presents the development of a Geographic Information System (GIS) for on farm management of a 70,000 acre agricultural operation in northwest New Mexico. The GIS was developed...

Mitigation of Non-Point Source Pollution Impacts on Groundwater Aquifers: A Case Study
This paper presents methodologies applied to a regional-scale project to study the potential impacts of storm runoff on groundwater aquifers that store sole source water supplies in Morris...

Simulating Water Supply Systems of the Raritan Basin
A recently developed interactive river-aquifer system model (IRAS) was used to study the Raritan River Basin as part of the effort to revise the New Jersey Statewide Water Supply Master...

Water Policy and Management: Solving the Problems in Southern New Jersey
Southern New Jersey, which has relied solely on groundwater to satisfy its water supply needs, is depleting the primary source for that water. Symptoms of this depletion include declining...

Surface Water Quality Modeling in the Rio Grande
The City of Albuquerque (City) in New Mexico owns and operates the Southside Water Reclamation Plant (SWRP), which discharges an average of 200623 m3/d...

Rehabbing Bridges Under Traffic
Four urban examples demonstrate how an owner's decision to keep it open during rehabilitation construction forces the designers to contend with an extra set of problems. Reanchoring...

Calibration of a Highway Traffic Assignment Model for the Manhattan Central Business District
This paper describes the application of a traffic assignment model, specifically the TRANPLAN model, in New York City together with the methodologies and the satellite programs that were...

A Speed Prediction Model for New Zealand Highways
This paper outlines a limiting speed model using probabilistic techniques to simulate the different types of vehicles and their performance along a two-lane rural highway. The road to...

Performance of New York's Long-span Bridges
This paper is a work-in-progress report on a database on the performance of long-span bridges located in New York State and built between 1801 and 1993. Of the 68 long-span bridges - bridges...

Modeling Initial Mixing of Ocean Wastewater Discharges to Develop Toxic Effluent Limitations
The UM model, released by USEPA in 1992, was utilized to simulate the initial mixing of a discharge to the Atlantic Ocean near Ocean City, New Jersey. The study included field verification...

Displacement of Landmark Building Resulting from Adjacent Construction Activities
This paper describes the observations and presents comments related to the measurement of settlement and the avoidance of damage to a historic structure in the City of New York from adjacent...

Testing and Predicting the Movement of a Drilled Shaft in New Mexico
The New Mexico State Highway and Transportation Department (NMSH&TD) have been using drilled shafts for supporting bridges in the State of New Mexico. Several drilled shafts were...

Settlement Evaluation for Cap Closure Performance
Predicting short and long-term performance of a landfill cap system is a difficult task considering the generally unknown nature of the waste and magnitude and variation of settlement...

Long Term Performance of Raft and Footing Foundations Above Clayey Silt
Two multistorey buildings have recently been constructed on a 30-m thick layer of clayey silt in downtown Fredericton, New Brunswick. The Bank of Montreal building is ten storeys high...

Measured Downdrag on Seven Coated and Uncoated Piles in New Orleans
A site outside of New Orleans, Louisiana was selected as part of a research effort to study the phenomenon of downdrag on bitumen-coated piles. Two steel pipe piles, two timber piles,...

Deformations About Excavations in Highly Stressed Rock
The central business district of Sydney, New South Wales (NSW), is dominated by the Hawkesbury Sandstone, a Triassic sedimentary formation. Measurements have confirmed the existence of...

Test and Prediction Results for Five Spread Footings on Sand
A separate volume summarizes this prediction symposium. It is available from ASCE in New York and is entitled as listed above. This prediction event took place during the conference and...

 

 

 

 

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