Impact of Chemically-Induced Clay Transport and Deposition on the Hydraulic Conductivity of a Natural Sand
The purpose of this paper is to understand in part the dynamic impact of surfactants on hydraulic conductivity for designing enhanced pump and treat operations. This paper has two aims:...

Testing a Multi-Tiered Stress-Gradient Model for Risk Assessment Using Sediment Constituents from Coral Reef Environments
Coral reefs are threatened worldwide by stresses ranging from local to global in extent. Local stresses range from boat/ship groundings and sewage outfalls to dredging and coastal clearing....

Book Review: Hydraulic Gates and Valves in Free Surface Flow and Submerged Outlets by Jack Lewin. London: Thomas Telford Publishing, 2001

Patented Utility Cover Improves Safety and Prevents Potholes

Engineering Professor Designs Pothole Detection System

Exploring All Options
To relieve environmental stress around the Tampa Bay area's existing groundwater wells, Tampa Bay Water�the regional water supplier�is implementing a Master Water Plan that...

Coming to the Surface
In the past few years, the coastal areas of the Gulf of Mexico and much of Texas have experienced less than normal rainfall and record water demands. During this period, average daily...

National Water Quality Assessment: Moving from Measurement to Understanding
The USGS National Water Quality Assessment (NAWQA) program began in 1991. The objectives of the program were to characterize the quality of the Nations ground and surface water, assess...

Ultrafiltration Plant Treats Surface Water in San Antonio

A Comparison of Two Three-Dimensional Shallow-Water Models Using Sigma-Coordinates and z-Coordinates in the Vertical Direction

Three-Dimensional, Hydrostatic and Non-Hydrostatic Modeling of Seiching in a Rectangular Basin

A Three-Dimensional Non-Hydrostatic Model for Free Surface Flows: Development, Verification and Limitations

Monotonicity Preserving Model for Free-Surface Flow with Sharp Density Fronts

Compound Improves Pothole Repair

Surface Irrigation
Surface irrigation refers to a large group of irrigation methods in which water is distributed by gravity over the surface of the field. Water is typically introduced at the high point...

Bridge-Scour Analysis Using the Water-Surface Profile (WSPRO) Model

Using HEC-RAS to Compute Scour at Bridges

Effect of Near-Fault Ground Motions on the Response of Frame Structures

Performance Evaluation of Pothole Patching Materials

A Demonstration River Restoration Project Incorporating Surface Water Sewer Improvements

 

 

 

 

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