Adhesion Kinetics of Fuel Oil #6 and Oil-in-Water Emulsions on Marine Sediments under Turbulent Mixing Conditions
Oil spilled in the marine environment is subject to a great variety of physical, chemical and biological processes, which determine its ultimate fate in the aquatic environment. Many of...

Sediment Erosion Rate in the Baltimore Harbor
In-situ erosion experiments were conducted at four selected sites in the Baltimore harbor in May 1995 using the VIMS Sea Carousel. The measurements showed that the erosion rate decreased...

Environmental Fluid Mechanics -- A Review of Some Recent Results

Effectiveness of Blast-Furnace and Gasifier Slags at Reducing Ingress of Chloride Ions into Portland Cement Concretes in Marine Environments

Application of a Three-Dimensional Model to Assess Seawater Intrusion in the South San Diego Embayment
The San Diego Formation is a Pliocene through Quaternary age aquifer occupying the southwestern-most part of San Diego County. Though the formation is widespread, thicknesses of up to...

Probabilistic Design of Navigation Channel Depths

Timber Structures And the Marine Environment

An Integrated Geogrid Mattress Armouring System for Capping of Contaminated Dredge Materials

A Marine Railway and Transfer System for the UNDEX Test Facility

Design of the Boston Harbor 15.3 KM Ocean Outfall Tunnel

Alternative Methodologies for Numerical Regulatory Effluent Limitations for Storm Water Discharges to Ocean Waters

Determination of Acute Dilution Factors Based on a 1-Hour Exposure of a Drifting Aquatic Organism

Challenges in Computational Mechanics Applied to Offshore Engineering

Collision of Cylinders in Random Seas

Stability of the Gulf Stream

Random Models of Second-Order Waves and Local Wave Statistics

Modal Identification Method for Structures Subjected to Unmeasured Random Excitations

Ports '95
This proceedings, Ports '95, is a collection of the technical papers presented at the Ports '95 Conference held in...

Sleeve Valves for a Wastewater Application

Developing Watershed Plans in Managed Forests of the Pacific Northwest





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