Accession Number : AD1017679

Title :   2005 Tri-Service Infrastructure Systems Conference and Exhibition. Volume 2, Track 2

Descriptive Note : Conference Proceedings


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

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Report Date : 04 Aug 2005

Pagination or Media Count : 846

Abstract : Track 2 contents: Ecological and Engineering Considerations for Dam Decommissioning, Retrofits, and Reoperations, Hydraulic Design of tidegates and other Water Control structures for Ecosystem Restoration projects on the Columbia River estuary, Surface Bypass and Removable Spillway Weirs, Impacts of using a spillway for juvenile fish passage on typical design criteria, Howard Hanson Dam: Hydraulic Design of Juvenile Fish Passage Facility in Reservoir with Wide Pool Fluctuation, Current Research in Fate Current Research in Fate and Transport of Chemical and Biological Contaminants in Water Distribution Systems, Regional Modeling Requirements, Tools for Wetlands Permit Evaluation: Modeling Groundwater and Surface Water Interaction, Ecosystem Restoration for Fish and Wildlife Habitat on the UMRS, Missouri River Shallow Water Habitat Creation, Aquatic Habitat Restoration in the Lower Missouri River, Transition to an Oracle Based Data System (Corps Water Management System, CWMS), The Mississippi Valley Division Water Control Website, HEC-ResSim 3.0: Enhancements and New Capabilities, Hurricane Season 2004 - Not to Be Forgotten, Re-Evaluation of a Flood Control Project, Helmand Valley Water Management Plan, A New Approach to Water Management Decision Making, Developing Reservoir Operational Plans to Manage Erosion and Sedimentation during Construction - Willamette Temperature Control, Cougar Reservoir 2002-2005, Improved Water Supply Forecasts for the Kootenay Basin, ResSIM Model Development for Columbia River System, Prescriptive Reservoir Modeling and the ROPE, Missouri River Basin Water Management.

Descriptors :   infrastructure , civil engineering , dams , rivers , estuaries , spillways , weirs , water pollution , wetlands , habitats , ecosystems , hurricanes , flood control , water resources , resource management , erosion , sediments , RESERVOIRS

Subject Categories : Civil Engineering
      Hydrology, Limnology and Potamology

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE