Proceedings of the Meeting of the Coastal Engineering Research Board (45th) Held in Fairbanks and Homer, Alaska on 14-16 May 1986.
COASTAL ENGINEERING RESEARCH CENTER VICKSBURG MS
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The Boards four military and three civilian members meet to do the following Disseminate information of general interest to Corps coastal Districts and Divisions Obtain reports on coastal engineering projects in the host local District or Division receive requests for research needs Provide an opportunity for State and private institutions and organizations to report on local coastal research needs, coastal studies, and new coastal engineering techniques Provide a general forum for public inquiry and Provide recommendations for coastal engineering research and development. Presentations during the 45th CERB meeting dealt with the regulatory program in Alaska coastal areas, North Slope hydraulic modeling activities, deep-draft navigation aspects of Prince William Sound, Homer Spit Beach Erosion Project, Anchorage Harbor Deep-Draft Navigation Feasibility Study, and the Alaska Coastal Data Collection Program. Appendix A to this proceedings contains the dredging operations research and development program needs and priorities. Appendix B summarizes the CERB task force meetings. Appendix C contains recommendation letters from nonmillitary CERB members.
- Civil Engineering
- Mining Engineering