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|Other titles||Final report : an analysis of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers shore protection program, Analysis of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers shore protection program|
|Statement||prepared by Theodore M. Hillyer for the Office of Management and Budget.|
|Series||IWR report ;, 96-PS-1|
|Contributions||United States. Office of Management and Budget.|
|LC Classifications||TC223 .H55 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) :|
|LC Control Number||96182392|
Shoreline protection and beach erosion control study: final report: an analysis of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers shore protection program Author: Theodore M Hillyer ; United States. protection program stems from effort undertaken on an earlier Institute for Water Resource report: “Shoreline Protection and Beach Erosion Control Study, Final Report: An Analysis of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Shore Protection Program,” IWR Report PS-1, June That study was undertaken in response to a directive from the Office of. Get this from a library! Engineering and design: beach erosion control and shore protection studies.. [United States. Army. Corps of Engineers.]. There are natural defenses for shoreline protection. Gently sloping shorelines, beaches and marshes are a good defense against erosion. A beach prevents average high water from reaching upper areas of the shore. Marsh plants decrease the rate of erosion by breaking up waves and trapping sediment carried by currents along the Size: 2MB.
effects and the related influences on shoreline development. The study was performed in two phases. The initial phase was completed in January and published as IWR Report PS-1, Shoreline Protection and Beach Erosion Control Study, Phase I: Cost Comparison of Shoreline Protection Projects of the U.S. Army Corps of Size: 2MB. The Shoreline Erosion Control Program can assist in the planning and construction of all types of beach erosion control and shoreline stabilization measures, including hard structures like seawalls. This program can fund up to 50 percent of nonfederal project costs. Preventing and Repairing Shoreline Erosion Shorelines of stormwater ponds are prone to erosion because there are many forces working to undermine the stability of the bank. In many communities, property lines and HOA easements are drawn relative to the pond shore. To implement effective beach erosion control and coastal ecosystem protection strategies, coastal managers need information on long- and short-term changes taking place along the coast, including beach profiles, changes from erosion, and wetlands changes from inundation. Topographic and bathymetric data can now be rapidly and accurately acquired at various spatial .
MODEL STUDY OF SHORELINE EROSION AND BEACH PROTECTION SCHEMES AT SU1'-'IDE-SUNSET BEACH. LONG BEACH, CALIFORNIA Coastal Model Investigation PART I: INTRODUCTION The Prototype 1. Surfside-Sunset Beach is located in Long Beach, California, along the upper-coastline of Orange County immediately southeast of Anaheim Bay (Figure 1).File Size: 2MB. THE SHORELINE EROSION CONTROL DEMONSTRATION PROGRAM From to , the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers conducted a program to develop and demonstrate low cost methods of shore protection. This program was mandated by Section 54 of Public Law , the Shoreline Erosion Control Demonstration Act of Working with the Soil. Narratives of Shoreline Erosion and Protection at Shishmaref, Alaska: The Anecdotal and the Analytical Chapter May with Reads How we measure 'reads'. Understanding, Living With, and Controlling Shoreline Erosion. Section One: Introduction to Shoreline Erosion. Erosion is the wearing away of the land surface by the action of wind, water, ice, or gravity. Sedimentation is the deposition of eroded soils in waterways or other locations.