ASCE Guide to History and Heritage Programs

A Guide to Civil Engineering Projects in and around New York City (Metropolitan Section)

Is True Watershed Management Achievable?
Discussion session summary....

Engineering History and Heritage
This proceedings Engineering History and Heritage, contains papers presented at the Second National Congress on Civil Engineering History and...

Balancing Revenue Needs with Public Open Space Needs

Using Public/Private Partnerships to Enhance the Resource Value of San Francisco Bay Wetlands: The Role of Ports

Vessel Traffic Service Systems as Government-Private Sector Partnerships

Ocean Conservation and the Public: An Issue Waiting to be Made, SeaWeb: A Project of the Pew Charitable Trusts

Politic Politics and Other Realities of Coastal Management

Will California's Ocean Governance in the Year 2020 be Myopic?

Educating Industry, Government and the Public About Maintaining a Healthy Ecosystem

Where the Tern Meets the Tide: Public Participation in Bay Water Quality Issues for Morro Bay

An Epidemiological Study of Possible Adverse Health Effects of Swimming in Santa Monica Bay

Public Beach or Private Backyard: A Case Study of Del Mar Beach and How the Sand was Divided Up

Investigations and Governmental Cooperation on the Coastal and Marine Impact of Oil Spill Responsiveness to Recent Shore Based Spills in Central California

Contaminated Sediments in Ports and Waterways: Cleanup Strategies and Technologies

Organochlorines: The Silent Killer

The California Coast: Of, By and For the People

25 Years Later–Is There Still a Coastal Constituency?

Bridging the Gap Between Science and the Public Interest





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