Use of Interactive Simulation Environments for Evaluation of Water Supply Reliability
This paper investigates physical performance measures and their practical application to a regional water resource system for western Washington. Specific criteria for characterizing the...

West Point Temporary Construction Dock
The West Point temporary construction dock is designed to provide construction access for the West Point treatment plant project located in Seattle, Washington. The dock plays a major...

Seismic Rehabilitation of Seattle's Pier 69
The Port of Seattle, one of the largest on the west coast of North America, made a strong statement regarding their support for reusing existing structures when a decision was made to...

Hanford Defense Waste Separation Options

Decision Management for the Hanford Environmental Dose Reconstruction Project

Rainfall-Runoff Relations for the Puget Sound Area

Mobile-Bed Physical Model Tests for the 1992 Olympic Harbour
The undistorted physical model is described which allowed the measurement of the wave induced velocity field along the main breakwater, and also in Somorrostro Beach (Barcelona). The current...

Analysis of Dredged Material Deposition Patterns
Between November 1, 1989 and 30 March, 1990, nearly 1 million cubic yards of dredged material were disposed in Puget Sound as the first phase (Element I) of the construction of the Navy's...

Building Consensus on Water Resource Management Planning in Washington
The perception of plenty has hampered efforts to increase public understanding of the importance of water planning and conservation in Washington State, where enough water in the right...

Highway Robbery: The Social Costs of Hazardous Materials Incidents on the Capital Beltway
In the summer of 1988, three major truck incidents involving hazardous materials occurred on the Capital Beltway in Washington, D.C. This paper estimates the delays that were incurred...

Annual TRB Meeting in Washington, D.C. Draws Over 5,000 Attendees

The States/British Columbia Oil Spill Task Force
The States/British Columbia Oil Spill Task Force, consisting of government representatives from Washington, British Columbia, Alaska, Oregon, and California, formed in 1989 in response...

Pollution Control Strategies of the Puget Sound Water Quality Management Plan: Puget Sound Water Quality Authority
In 1988 EPA designated Puget Sound as an estuary of national significance under section 320 of the Clean Water Act. Due to its natural beauty, favorable climate, and economic health, the...

Crab and Salmon Habitat Enhancement in Grays Harbor Estuary, Washington
A description of mitigation for crab losses and reduced salmonid habitat, expected to occur during construction of the Grays Harbor, Washington, Navigation Improvement Project, is presented....

Vulnerability of the U.S. to Future Sea Level Rise
The differential vulnerability of the conterminous United States to future sea level rise from greenhouse climate warming is assessed, using a coastal hazards data base. This data base...

Evidence for Eustatic Influence on Cenozoic Sedimentation of Coastal Washington and Oregon
Comparison of the absolute age boundaries of the West Coast biozonation with the Cenozoic global cycle chart indicates that 12 of the 15 zonal boundaries coincide with regressive sequence...

Twin Falls Mitigation Plan: Long Term Monitoring of Fish Populations
A fishery monitoring and enhancement plan has been worked out for the Twin Falls Hydroelectric Project which diverts water from a one mile reach of the South Fork Snoqualmie River in Washington...

How the Office of Hydropower Licensing Resolved Seven Recent Relicensing Disputes
In May 1989, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (Commission) issued relicensing regulations in Order No. 513 to (1) help licensees whose hydropower licenses were about to expire...

The PEC Headworks Project—A Cooperative Hydropower Development
The PEC Headworks Project is a single-unit hydroelectric facility located at the headworks of the Potholes East Canal at O'Sullivan Dam on the Potholes reservoir near Moses...

Development of an Eicher Screen at the Elwha Dam Hydroelectric Project
The Eicher Screen is a relatively new concept for screening juvenile fish out of hydroelectric turbine penstocks. The concept was developed by Mr. George Eicher and one was recently installed...

 

 

 

 

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