Calculation of Longshore Sediment Transport on Abrasive Coasts with Attached Pebble Beaches
The calculation scheme and expressions are suggested for flow power of universal nature which expresses the flow capacity such that the sediment transport is proportional to the flow longitudinal...

Licensing and Permitting the Devil's Nose Project Under the 1990's Regulatory Conditions
Amador County is one of California's mountain counties of the western slope of the Sierra Nevada range in the north central portion of the state. The present population is estimated to...

Overcoming Permitting and Licensing Inconsistencies While Developing and Operating Projects in Different Western States

The Endangered Species Act: Unlawful Takings and an Incidental Take Permit

Risk Based Decision Support Model for Water Delivery Systems Subject to Natural Hazards
This paper presents a prototype model for analysis of potential damage and risk to water company systems in regions subject to earthquakes. Other hazards that produce loss to water distribution...

Use of X-Ray Computed Tomography in the Study of Marine Sediments
X-ray computed tomography (CT scanning) is primarily a medical imaging technique. When applied to marine sediments, it responds predominately to the spatial density distribution within...

A Proposed Methodology for Ranking Space Resource Utilization Processes
A recent survey paper on lunar manufacturing identified 26 initial steps previously proposed as primary routes for lunar processing. Most of these have not been studied in sufficient detail...

Land Development Regulations: Roadblock to Affordable Housing
Land development regulations in the State of New Jersey have been utilized to control development since the mid-1970's. The demand for affordable housing in the state is reaching a critical...

Water Reduction as Justification for Permit Backsliding

Assessment of Impacts Associated with Alternate Cooling System Designs for an Electric Power Station

Case History: TRE At a Refinery/Chemical Plant

Pollution Control Under the NPDES Stormwater Program

NPDES Permitting for Storm Water Discharges Associated with Industrial Activity

Statewide NPS Management Strategies
Statewide nonpoint source (NPS) management strategies are necessary because there are several different levels of authority involved, and the priority of action needs to be related to...

Thermal Discharge Effects on Dissolved Oxygen in an Urban Estuary

System Operating Strategies in Water Rights Modeling and Analysis
The appropriative surface water rights permit structure in Texas has provided the impetus to develop TAMUWRAP, a river basin simulation package that will allow the response of multiple...

The Application of Technology to Solving Practical Problems
In this paper, the roles of the scientist, technologist, engineer, and manager are discussed to place them in perspective. A distinction is made between the coastal engineer' and practicing...

Wetland Restoration and Creation Guidelines for Mitigation
The majority of wetland mitigation projects built in the U.S. are failures. Reasons for failure include poor siting, improper design (including inadequate baseline data collection), inadequate...

Jefferson Parish Storm Water Management
Jefferson Parish has been identified as an urban area requiring a municipal storm water NPDES permit. Jefferson is now in the progress of completing its Part 1 permit applications and...

State Permit Program and Toxics Individual Control Strategies: A Case Study

 

 

 

 

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