Accession Number : AD1017680

Title :   2005 Tri-Service Infrastructure Systems Conference and Exhibition. Volume 3, Track 3

Descriptive Note : Conference Proceedings


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Report Date : 04 Aug 2005

Pagination or Media Count : 945

Abstract : Track 3: *Corps Involvement in FEMAs Map Modernization Program, by Kate White, John Hunter and Mark Flick *Innovative Approximate Study Method for FEMA Map Modernization Program , by John Hunter *Flood Fighting Structures Demonstration and Evaluation Program (FFSD), by Fred Pinkard *Integrating Climate Dynamics Into Water Resources Planning and Management, by Kate White *Hydrologic and Hydraulic Contributions to Risk and Uncertainty Propagation Studies, by Robert Moyer *Uncertainty Analysis: Parameter Estimation, by Jackie P. Hallberg *Geomorphology Study of the Middle Mississippi River, by Eddie Brauer *Bank Erosion and Morphology of the Kaskaskia River, by Michael T. Rodgers *Degradation of the Kansas City Reach of the Missouri River, by Alan Tool *Sediment Impact Assessment Model (SIAM), by David S. Biedenharn and Meg Jonas *Mississippi River Sedimentation Study, by Basil Arthur *Sediment Model of Rivers, by Charlie Berger *East Grand Forks, MN and Grand Forks, ND Local Flood Damage Reduction Project, by Michael Lesher *Hydrologic and Hydraulic Analyses, by Thomas R. Brown *Hydrologic and Hydraulic Modeling of the Mccook and Thornton Tunnel and Reservoir Plans, by David Kiel *Ala Wai Canal Project, by Lynnette F. Schaper *Missouri River Geospatial Decision Support Framework, by Bryan Baker and Martha Bullock *Systemic Analysis of the Mississippi and Illinois Rivers Upper Mississippi River Comprehensive Plan, by Dennis L. Stephens and Section 227: National Shoreline Erosion Control Demonstration and Development Program Annual Workshop

Descriptors :   infrastructure , army corps of engineers , CARTOGRAPHY , flood barriers , flood control , water resources , climate change , hydrology , GEOMORPHOLOGY , MISSISSIPPI RIVER , MISSOURI RIVER , sediments , sedimentation , RESERVOIRS , CANALS , beach erosion , erosion resistance , SHORE PROTECTION , HYDRAULIC MODELS , BREAKWATERS

Subject Categories : Civil Engineering
      Hydrology, Limnology and Potamology

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