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Hydraulics and stability of five Texas inlets.
Existing data on tides and currents of five Texas inlets (Freeport Harbor entrance, San Luis Pass, Galveston Bay entrance, Rollover Pass, and Sabine Pass) are analyzed to determine the hydraulics of the inlet-bay systems.
Gulf of Mexico summary report 3: a revision of outer continental shelf oil and gas activities in the Gulf of Mexico and their onshore impacts: Gulf of Mexico summary report 2.
(Rogers, Golden, & Halpern, Incorporated, 1981)
Now, and for the near future, the Gulf of Mexico will remain the most developed Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) region in the United States and the world. Virtually all produciton from the U.S. OCS emanates from the Gulf of ...
Draft environmental impact statement: to construct a deepwater channel and multipurpose terminal near Brownsville
(U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Galveston District, 1981)
The Brownsville Navigation District has applied for Department of Army permits for the construction of a deepwater port project which would involve deepening and widening the existing ship channel into the Port of Brownsville ...
Prediction of shoaling rates for deepening estuarine navigation channels
Technical report an empirical method of shoaling analysis, based on historical dredging and shoaling records, is presented. Current procedures do not allow for the effect of shoaling over a wide range of depth. The ...
Effects of depth on dredging frequency. Report 2: methods of estuarine shoaling analysis
(U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Waterways Experiment Station, 1981)
No abstract available
National waterways study: Analysis of environmental aspects of waterways navigation, final report
(U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, 1981)
A critical element in the assessment of the present waterways system capacity is the identification of the environmental impacts of waterways activities and the subsequent evaluation of their significance to the overall ...
Dredging equipment and the effects of dredging on the environment.
(Electronic Scientific Publishing Company, 1981)
Dredging operations result in disturbing bottom sediments, and depositing a mixture of water and solids in a disposal area. Disposal of the material in open water can occur in different environments: (1) tidal estuary, ...