Energy Unleashed
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers discharges a mean daily flow of 2,000 cu ft/s (57 m³/s) under a gross head of 280 ft (85 m) through four Howell-Bunger valves at the Summersville Dam in...

Leaching Models for Subsurface Pollution Assessment in Agroecosystems

Effects of Soil Layering and Interfacial Tension on Dense Non-Aqueous Phase Liquid (DNAPL) Migration in Subsurface Environments

Effects of Dissolved Air Flotation Hydraulic Loading Rate on Water Treatment Performance

Application of Linear Programming Techniques to Optimize Groundwater Withdrawals for a Pump and Treat System at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland
The U.S. Army disposed chemical agents, laboratory materials, and unexploded ordnance at the O-Field landfill from before World War II until at least the 1950s. Soil, ground water, surface...

Use of Optimization Techniques to Evaluate Ground-Water Management Strategies in the Central and West Coast Basins, Los Angeles County, California
The U.S. Geological Survey and the Water Replenishment District of Southern California are engaged in a cooperative study of the geohydrology, geochemistry, and ground-water management...

A Risk-Based Approach to Subsurface NORM Disposal
(No paper) Naturally occurring radioactive materials (NORM) has become an environmental concern for the petroleum industry. NORM scales results when naturally occurring radium co-precipitates...

Theoretical and Empirical Implications of Increasing Block Rates
(No paper) The U.S. Army disposed chemical agents, laboratory materials, and unexploded ordnance at the O-Field landfill from before World War II until at least the 1950s. Soil, ground...

Community Participation in the FEMA FIS Process: A New Way to Go
(No paper) As an experienced FEMA Study Contractor (SC), there are numerous items of interest that the community could participate in to facilitate the Flood Insurance Study (FIS) process....

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...

Saving San Antonio
During an October 1998 flood, excess flow from the San Antonio River was funneled into a 3.1 mi (5 km) long, 24 ft (7.3 m) wide concrete-lined tunnel beneath the city that emptied into...

Earthquake Performance of Highway System in Tokyo

Loose-Bed Issues in River-Ice Hydraulics

Abutment Scour at Small, Severely Contracted Bridges

Modeling River Ice Using Discrete Particle Simulation

Owner Challenges When Selecting Directional Drilling for Pipeline Installations

Planning and Design Considerations for Upgrading Urban Water Distribution System

Use of Subsurface Utility Engineering Techniques to Assess Existing Buried Pipeline Condition

In Situ Estimation of Soil Hydraulic Properties Using Inverse Modeling

Moving the Cape Hatteras Light Station: Geotechnical Considerations

 

 

 

 

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