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Environmental study of dredged materials, Grant Line Canal
by State of California, The Resources Agency, Dept. of Water Resources, Office of State Water Project Planning, Division of Planning and Local Assistance in Sacramento, Calif
Written in English
|Contributions||Sapudar, Richard., Hockenberry, Jim., Webster, Denise., California. Dept. of Water Resources. Division of Planning and Local Assistance.|
|LC Classifications||TC187 .E58 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) :|
|LC Control Number||00326081|
Unfortunately, this book can't be printed from the OpenBook. If you need to print pages from this book, we recommend downloading it as a PDF. Visit to get more information about this book, to buy it in print, or to download it as a free PDF. Dredged material consists of sediment in the form of gravel, sand, silt, clay, and organic matter, but is most commonly some mixture of these. The largest portion, approximately 70 million cubic yards, is removed from the Gulf coast, and the rest is dredged along the Atlantic and Pacific coasts and the Great Lakes.
The workshop brought together over 50 sediment assessment and management experts from academic, industrial, and regulatory backgrounds and charged them with drafting a potential framework to assess contaminated dredged materials Cited by: study depth, geotechnical and topographical situation of the study area. Information on tidal waves and the position of the study area in the Niger Delta coastal flood plain were also put into consideration. Scope of study This research study on sedimentation of dredged canals is centered not only on the study of the geotechnicalFile Size: 1MB.
Dredging is the operation of excavating material from a water environment (sometimes temporarily created) for the purpose of improving existing water features; reshaping land and water features to alter drainage, navigability, and commercial use; construct dams, dikes, and other controls for streams and shorelines; and to recover valuable mineral deposits or marine . dredged materials and input requirements for selected fate of dredged material models. There are numerous models that have been developed or are being developed that require information regarding geotechnical properties and material characteristics for dredged material. BACKGROUND: The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) is responsible for.
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Environmental study of dredged materials, Grant Line Canal: South Delta Improvements Program (Book) California energy markets: pressures have eased, but cost risks remain (Book). The permitting process for ocean disposal of dredged material requires the identification and designation of a site where materials may be disposed.
Ocean disposal sites are precise geographic areas within which ocean disposal is permitted subject to specific conditions in individual MPRSA permits. If you are interested in beneficially using dredged material in an upland setting, please contact Ohio EPA’s Division of Materials and Waste Management at () and they will answer any questions you may have, help you complete the LAMP permit application and assist with the authorization process.
A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. Placement, consolidation, and erosion Grant Line Canal book of sediments dredged from the approach channel to the Chesapeake and Delaware Canal, October, - December,W.
Panageotou, Maryland Geological Survey File Report No.Tidal resuspension of sediments in northern Chesapeake Bay, L.
Sanford, W. Panageotou and J. Halka, “Dredged materials are soil or excavated material with different parts of mineral and organic properties, which accumulate in or on the waterbodies in the course of waterway maintenance and expansion for warranty of safety and easiness of shipping traffic as well as discharge.”.
Expanding a port, deepening a navigation channel or creating new land for development, introduces changes to our physical, social, economic and political environment. Changes may result from events during the construction process, or relate to the nature of the completed structure.
Changes can be po. This report is an assessment of environmental impacts associated with in-lake disposal of dredged material in Lake Superior. This assessment was requested by the St. Paul District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Authorization for such environmental assessment studies is contained in the National Environmental Policy Act of (Public Law ).
Therefore, organisations wishing to dispose of dredged material at sea will require a sea dumping permit. Permits Permit applications are assessed under a regulatory framework, which encompasses evaluating disposal alternatives and waste minimisation procedures, site and impact assessments and management and monitoring programs.
of Dredged Materials Case Study: San Francisco Bay Region A major interagency, regional planning effort led to the development of the Long-Term Management Strategy (LTMS) and other planning programs in the San Francisco Bay area.
These programs incorporate beneicial uses of dredged material into local projects. The availability of the draft Great Lakes Dredged Material Testing and Evaluation Manual for public review and comment was announced in the Federal Register on Decem Approximately copies of the draft were distributed.
A synopsis of the general comments received is provided below. These comments were evaluated by the USEPA and File Size: 2MB. The study will include also the revision and improvement of the approaches to the establishment of pollution levels of dredged materials, according to their potential effects on the marine ecosystem.
A series of management measures will be prepared, which will allow a reduction, in the short-term, of the level of pollutants in the sediments in.
Operations that cause potential environmental impacts associated with the dredging process include (1) the sediment removal process from submerged excavation at the point of dredging and (2) the transport and placement for disposal of the dredged material.
projects utilizing dredged material as authorized by The Dredged Material Management Act ofMaryland Code Annotated, Environment Article §§ 5 through 5 and other laws and regulations applicable to specific uses (See Appendix A1).
The programmatic study of the Beneficial Use of Dredged Material Program Study, as described in the LCA Study, is being conducted under the authority provided to the U.S.
Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) through resolutions adopted by the Committees on Public Works. Phytotoxicity of dredged sediment from Hangzhou section of the Grand Canal as land application was evaluated by pakchoi (Brassica chinensis L.) germination tests and pot ation rates of pakchoi in the dredged sediment and in sediment-applied soils were both significantly higher than that in the soil controls, while the germination rate between Cited by: Environmental Aspects of Dredging by R.
Bray (Editor) ISBN Brand: CRC Press. Environmental Effects of Dredging. Current District Dredged Material Dewatering Practices [ARMY ENGINEER WATERWAYS EXPERIMENT STATION VICKSBURG MS ENVIRONMENTAL LAB] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Environmental Effects of Dredging. Current District Dredged Material Dewatering PracticesAuthor: ARMY ENGINEER WATERWAYS EXPERIMENT STATION VICKSBURG MS ENVIRONMENTAL LAB.
United States Environmental Protection Agency Office of Water (F) Department of The Army U.S. Army Corps of Engineers EPAB Revised May Evaluating Environmental Effects Of Dredged Material Management Alternatives A Technical Framework Prepared by DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY United States Army Corps of Engineers.
Dredged materials because of its variable but unique physical and chemical properties are often viewed by society and regulators as pollutants, but many have used these materials in coastal nourishment, land or wetland creation, construction materials, and for soil improvement as a soil amendment.
Environmental impact assessment is an important pre Cited by:. I UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY * WASHINGTON. DC 27JUU SUBJECT: Transmittal of Document Entitled "Best Management Practices Guidance, Discharge of Dredged or FJJ4—Materials" c_^ s\ r FROM: Swep T.
Davis, Deputy Assistant AdrrnTKstrator'' /) Office of Water Planning and ^Iffia^i^scll^hSSff-)-!, ___—-^ TO: .FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF DREDGED MATERIAL DISPOSAL CRITERIA G. F. Lee, R. H. Plumb June Sponsored by and Prepared For Office of Dredged Material Research U.
S. Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station Vicksburg, Mississippi Under Contract No. DACWC BY Institute for Environmental Studies.The National Ocean Disposal Guidelines for Dredged Material are intended to assist permit applicants under the Sea Dumping Act, by providing a comprehensive framework for the assessment of the environmental impacts from the disposal at sea of dredged material, in accordance with that Act,File Size: 1MB.