Galveston Bay hurricane surge study: Report 2. Appendix A. effects of proposed barriers on tides, currents, salinities, and dye dispersion for normal tide conditions: dye time-concentration curves.

Date

1970

Authors

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Waterways Experiment Station

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U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Waterways Experiment Station

Abstract

Hurricane protection barriers are proposed for the Galveston Bay area. A separate model indicated that two barrier schemes would protect upstream areas - the plan 2 alpha barrier was located behind the gulf beaches and the plan 2 gamma barrier crossed Galveston Bay 9 mi upstream. Both schemes provide gated navigation openings across channel and gated tidal passage of sufficient capacity, located to maintain existing conditions with respect to tides, currents, salinities, and dispersion patterns.

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221 pgs.

Keywords

hurricanes, storm surges, hurricane waves, storm surge barriers

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