Potential-Scour Assessments at 130 Bridges in Iowa
A total of 130 highway bridges in Iowa were assessed for potential scour using a potential-scour index developed by the U.S. Geological Survey for a bridge-scour study in western Tennessee....

Modeling the Lake Decatur Watershed in Illinois to Evaluate Effects of Best Management Practices on Nitrate Loading
The Illinois State Water Survey recently completed a two-year monitoring and modeling study of the Lake Decatur watershed in Illinois to develop land use management alternatives that would...

Delineating Subsurface Contamination Using Geostatistical and Non-Intrusive Geophysical Methodologies
Electromagnetic (EM) conductivity surveys are becoming a more practiced technique in screening for contamination of soil and groundwater. This non-intrusive geophysical approach detects...

Deep Geological Disposal Programs in Preparation and Under Development

Ukrainian Program of Radioactive Waste Disposal in Geological Formations

Evaluation of Geological Formations of West Ukraine from the Standpoint of Raw Disposal

Geological and Geophysical Studies of Sites in the Ukrainian Shield Rock Series Suitable for Construction of Underground Laboratories

Geoenvironmental Evaluation of Geological Formations of Lithuania for Radioactive Waste Disposal

Seismic Reflection Evidence Against a Shallow Detachment Beneath Yucca Mountain, Nevada

Results of Multiple High-Resolution Geophysical Surveys at Yucca Mountain

Nine-Component Vertical Seismic Profiling at Yucca Mountain, Nevada

Detailed Measurements of Scour at Bridges
The U.S. Geological Survey, in cooperation with the Federal Highway Administration, has recently developed equipment and techniques for collecting detailed bathymetric and hydraulic data...

Water Conservation for Boilers and Steam Systems
The City of Anaheim Public Utilities Department conducted a comprehensive water use survey for Coca-Cola Foods plant located in Anaheim and recommended several conservation measures to...

Hydrodynamic Changes Associated with Navigation Traffic on the Upper Mississippi River System
Research has been conducted at the Illinois State Water Survey for the last five to seven years to collect field data from the Illinois and Mississippi Rivers to determine the extent and...

A Practical Approach to Watershed Sanitary Surveys
A step-by-step approach for conducting watershed sanitary surveys can be successfully applied to watersheds of all sizes. The approach involves preparing a watershed map, contacting regulatory...

Scour Processes Observed in Field Data
River channels scour and aggrade due to complex, interrelated natural processes that are dynamic over space and time. Channel scour is particularly difficult to predict for bridge crossings,...

Evaluation of Selected Instruments for Monitoring Scour at Bridges in New York
Reliable methods to monitor scour at bridges are needed to ensure public safety and minimize the cost to repair or replace vulnerable bridges. The U.S. Geological Survey, in cooperation...

Visual Mosaicking of the Ocean Floor and its Relation to Three-Dimensional Occlusions

Utilizing Directional Drilling Techniques to Install Underwater Watermain

Water Pipeline Crossings of the Pitt and Fraser Rivers

 

 

 

 

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