Design of Shoreline Protection Measures : The Importance of Geotechnical Engineering in Waterfront Design
Over the past decade, there’s been an increased realization of the need to better protect our shorelines, particularly in urban environments along coastlines that have already been impacted by storm surge...

Power on the Hudson: Storm King Mountain and the Emergence of Modern American Environmentalism, By Robert D. Lifset. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2014

Sea Level Rise and the Impact of Lesser Storms

Near-Coastal Storms and Associated Waves

Dade County, Florida, Beach Nourishment and Hurricane Surge Protection Project

Existing Sewer Evaluation and Rehabilitation
Fully revised and updated, this authoritative volume offers the most comprehensive information available on maintenance, repair, rehabilitation, and replacement of existing sewers. This...

The Weather of the Future: Heat Waves, Extreme Storms, and Other Scenes from a Climate-Changed Planet By Heidi Cullen. New York City: HarperCollins, 2010.

Post-Hurricane Gustav Reconnaissance of the New Orleans Hurricane and Storm Damage Risk Reduction System

Storm Wave Kinematics

Watershed-Based Permitting — A Myth or Reality?
The United States Environmental Protection Agency has promulgated the Total Maximum Daily Load process to achieve the goals of the Clean Water Act. The TMDL processis applied to water...

Book Review: reWealth: Stake Your Claim in the $2 Trillion Redevelopment Trend That's Renewing the World, by Storm Cunningham. New York: McGraw-Hill, 2008.

2008 Civil Engineering Industry Buyer' Guide
A Special Supplement to Civil Engineering Magazine
This guide covers the following topics: Construction materials; Geotechnical and environmental; Information technology; Pipelines, sewers, and accessories; Professional and professional...

Extrapolation of Historical Storm Data for Estimating Design Wave Heights

Long-Term Wave Probabilities Based on Hindcasting of Severe Storms

Effects of Prior Rainfall and Storm Variables on Curve Number Rainfall-Runoff

The Creeping Storm
During the past 40 years the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has spent nearly a billion dollars constructing a barrier around the low-lying city of New Orleans to protect it from hurricanes....

Replacing a Dying Water Infrastructure
The water infrastructure in the United States will soon need massive repairs. Pipes are leaking, and most pipes are near the end of their life cycles. Tens of thousands of sewer overflows...

Book Review: The Restoration Economy: The Greatest New Growth Frontier by Storm Cunningham. San Francisco: Berrett-Koehler Publishers, Inc., 2002

CMOM Panel Discussion






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