Accession Number : AD1017676


Title :   2005 Tri-Service Infrastructure Systems Conference and Exhibition. Volume 1, Track 1


Descriptive Note : Conference Proceedings


Corporate Author : NATIONAL DEFENSE INDUSTRIAL ASSOCIATION ARLINGTON VA ARLINGTON United States


Personal Author(s) : Strock,Carl A ; Wright,James ; O'Connor,Michael J ; Geusic,Steve ; Hughes,Gregory W ; Schaaf,David M ; Tyler,J J ; Benziger,Andrew ; Chasten,Cameron ; Kraus,Nicholas C ; Connell,Kenneth J ; King,David Jr B ; Waters,Jeffery P ; Curtis,William R ; Williams,Gregory L ; Chasten,Monica ; Friebel,Harry


Full Text : https://apps.dtic.mil/dtic/tr/fulltext/u2/1017676.pdf


Report Date : 04 Aug 2005


Pagination or Media Count : 1240


Abstract : Contents: The Chicago Shoreline Storm Damage Reduction Project, Protecting the NJ Coast Using Large Stone Seawalls, Cascade: An Integrated Coastal Regional Model for Decision Support and Engineering Design, Modeling Sediment Transport Along the Upper Texas Coast, Sediment Compatibility for Beach Nourishment in North Carolina, Evaluating Beachfill Project Performance in the USACE Philadelphia District, US Army Corps of Engineers National Coastal Mapping Program, Flood Damage Reduction Project Using Structural and Non-Structural Measures, Shore Protection Project Performance Improvement Initiative (S3P2I),Hurricane Isabel Post-Storm Assessment, US Army Corps of Engineers Response to the Hurricanes of 2004, Increased Bed Erosion Due to Increased Bed Erosion Due to Ice, Mississippi Valley Division, Impacts to Ice Regime Resulting from Removal of Milltown Dam, Clark Fork River, Montana, Carroll Island Micromodel Study: River Miles 273.0-263.0, Monitoring the Effects of Sedimentation from Mount St. Helens, Watershed Approach to Stream Stability and Benefits Related to the Reduction of Nutrients, A Lake Tap for Water Temperature Control Tower Construction at Cougar Dam, Oregon, San Francisco Bay Mercury TMDL - Implications for Constructed Wetlands, Abandoned Mine Lands: Eastern and Western Perspectives, Translating the Hydrologic Tower of Babel, Demonstrating Innovative River Restoration Technologies: Truckee River Nevada, System-Wide Water Resource Management - Tools of the Trade


Descriptors :   infrastructure , civil engineering , coastal engineering , flood control , models , coastal regions , coastal management , sediments , beaches , hurricanes , rivers , hydrology , water resources , resource management , wetlands , dams


Subject Categories : Civil Engineering
      Hydrology, Limnology and Potamology


Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE