Interest in Deposits (available only in Geoenvironmental Special Issue)
Sediment accumulating in reservoirs worldwide is gradually reducing storage capacity, posing a long-term threat to supplies of drinking and irrigation water. The buildups also highlight...

Deep Diagnosis (available only in Geoenvironmental Special Issue)
Contaminated sediments in the world's waterways present a variety of problems, both economic and environmental. The two basic problems are waterways which need maintenance...

Turbulent Wave Boundary Layers in the Surf- and Swash Zone—Analysis of Small Scale Field Measurements

Numerical Simulation of Bed-Load Sediment Transport by Long-Shore Currents

Deposition of Cohesive Sediments under Waves

Risk Analysis for Wave-Suspended Sediments

Typical Pollutants Leaving a Highway Construction Site in the Houston Area, and the Effectiveness of Selected Temporary Sediment Controls

Visiosed: A Rainfall-Soil Loss Model for Application to Highway Construction Sites

Natural Urban Waterway Design Using Regime Relationships

Dredging Up Toxic Sediments
Lots of people like to catch their fish and eat them too, but that's a dangerous proposition when they're fishing in water polluted with highly toxic pesticides....

Biological Effects of the Build-Up of Contaminants in Sediments in Urban Estuaries

Impacts of Watershed Development on Aquatic Biota, Round 1

Development and Application of the Rapid Stream Assessment Technique (RSAT) in the Maryland Piedmont

Channel Stability Assessment for Flood Control Projects
This manual provides assistance for determining potential channel instability and sedimentation effects in flood control projects. It is intended to facilitate consideration of the type...

Dredging with Environmental Controls Baltimore, Maryland, Inner Harbor

Harbor Spill Cleanup Using Specialized Dredging

Using GIS to Identify and Characterize Sediments to be Dredged

Treatment and Stabilization of Dredged Harbor Bottom Sediments; Central Artery/Tunnel Project, Boston, Massachusetts

Enhancing Bioavailability in Aquatic Sediments Using Ultrasound

Regulatory Implications to Successful Dredging Program





Return to search