The Long-Term Climate Change Assessment Task of the Protective Barrier Development Program for Low-Level Waste Site Remediation at the Hanford Site
A study plan is being developed to guide a multiyear program to assess long-term climate change and optimize the design of protective barriers. A protective barrier alternative is being...

Lower Granite Fish Guidance Efficiency System Model Study—Snake River, Washington
With the annual migration of adult salmon up the Columbia and Snake Rivers and the migration of their offspring (juvenile salmon) downstream to the ocean, new problems have developed with...

Subway Design and Construction for the Downtown Seattle Transit Project

Groundwater Contamination from an Unlined, Poorly Capped Landfill
This paper presents a case study of groundwater and surface water contamination from a major, unlined, and poorly capped municipal landfill located in Western Washington. The landfill...

Retrofitting a Regional Stormwater Facility
The City of Tacoma, Washington, constructed a regional stormwater detention facility in the Leach Creek watershed in 1961 to permit development in the southwest corner of the City while...

Preservation of Timber Pile Foundations: For the Old Post Office Building, Washington, D.C.

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Seattle Rehab Project (1988-89) Seattle Metro

Tacoma Terminal Designed for Flexibility

Dredging and Disposal of Contaminated Sediments: Port of Tacoma Case Studies

Wetlands Mitigation Banking Prospects for the State of Washington

Engineers Gather in Washington for Conclave

Continued Development of the Columbia Basin Project—A Status Report
The Columbia Basin Project is located in central Washington State and encompasses approximately 1 million irrigable acres. Water from the project delivery system was first applied in 1952...

Flow Modeling in the Toutle River, Washington
In support of flow, suspended load, bed load, and bedform transport measurements, a quasi-three-dimensional river flow model was adapted to a reach extending from 260m upstream to 30m...

Settling Basin Model for the Personal Computer
The SETSIZE program, models sediment deposition in a settling basin. The program can be applied to determine the length of time until dredging or cleaning is necessary or solve for an...

Sedimentation in Mud Mountain Reservoir at High Discharge
Mud Mountain Dam is a single purpose flood control project completed in 1948 on the White River in the State of Washington. The White River drains the northern and northeastern slopes...

Hydraulic Design of Mud Mountain Dam Outlet Works Modifications
Mud Mountain Dam is a single-purpose flood control project located on the White River in western Washington State. The existing flood control outlet works consist of an upstream controlled...

Regional Rivers Resource Assessment as a Tool for Hydropower Planning and Policy: The Pacific Northwest Rivers Study
In August, 1984, the Bonneville Power Administration (BPA) and the Northwest Power Planning Council (Council) initiated a study to provide information about important river characteristics...

Efficiency Monitoring Yields Large Revenue Gains
This paper presents a Washington Water Power Company program to increase hydroelectric plant operations' efficiency. This increase is due to improved flow, head, and megawatt...

Distributed Control Applications for Utility Hydroelectric Plants
In 1984, Washington Water Power began a program to improve monitoring and control systems for hydroelectric plants. The control systems being improved with distributed control equipment...

 

 

 

 

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