Salinity Trends in the Amistad Reservoir of the Rio Grande
(No paper) The Rio Grande River is a vital resource to the hundreds of thousands of inhabitants of the Texas-Mexico border. Different sections of the river are experiencing trends of increasing...

City of Sedona Wastewater Reclamation Plant Upgrade: How to Teach an Old Dog New Tricks
(No paper) The City of Sedona's early 1990's wastewater treatment plant was difficult to control, prone to plant upsets, near capacity and often experienced on-site sewage spills. Additionally,...

Water Resource Systems and Modeling of the Lower Virgin River Using EXCEL
(No paper) The first objective of this study was to determine the availability of water at the confluence of the Halfway Wash and the Virgin River and to simulate the diversion of river...

Evaluating Alternatives for Capacity Expansion: Ensuring Reliable Water for the Portland, Oregon, Area
(No paper) The Portland Water Bureau is currently evaluating its water supply expansion alternatives. Like many water bureaus responsible for supplying water to both in-city customers...

Water Quality in the Sierra Vista Subbasin, Southeastern Arizona: A Baseline for the Future
As part of the U.S. Geological Survey's (USGS) National Water-Quality Assessment program, water-quality studies were completed in the Sierra Vista subbasin in southeastern Arizona during...

Reversal of Historic Water Level Decline Has Surprising Consequences
(No paper) This paper discusses the causes of the water level rise and options available to the building owner to deal with both the rising water table and VOC contamination....

Ground-Water Quality in Basins with Minimal Urban Development, Arizona
Ground-water quality data (191796) from 2,013 wells in 16 alluvial basins that have minimal urban development, were used to determine the effect of nonurban factors on ground-water quality...

Underground Storage and Recovery: A Powerful Tool for the Management of the Limited Water Resources of the Phoenix Metropolitan Area
(No paper) The availability of imported Colorado River water to the Phoenix area in 1986 prompted the need for storage of the unused portion of each municipality's contracted allocation....

Comparison of Complete Modeling/Simplified Modeling of Zaragoza City Water Supply Network
(No paper) Zaragoza is a Spanish city with 600.000 inhabitants and a water supply network of 900km long. The Council technical services uses a Microstation based GIS, GRED, for network...

Girth Joints in Steel Pipelines Subjected to Wrinkling and Ovalling

Geographic Information System (GIS) Characterization of Spatially-Distributed Lifeline Damage

Comparison of American and Chinese Methodologies for Evaluating Seismic Performance of Water Delivery Systems

Factors Affecting the Earthquake Damage of Water Distribution Systems

Improving the Seismic Resistance of Steel Tanks: Technical and Cost Implications

Seismic Performance of the Second Los Angeles Aqueduct at Terminal Hill

Modeling Post-Disaster Urban Lifeline Restoration

Geographic Information System (GIS) Evaluation of Northridge Earthquake Ground Deformation and Water Supply Damage

Seismic Behavior of On-Grade Steel Tanks: Fragility Curves

Seismic Design for Seattle's First Avenue South Water Main

Multi-Hazard Risk Assessment for Lifelines, Part 2: Case Study for the Portland, Oregon, Water Supply System

 

 

 

 

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