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Fri Mar 21 17:05:17 2014 UTClccn-n800840730.63Waterborne commerce of the United States0.780.95Environmental activities in Corps. of Engineers water resources programs charting a new direction : strategic studies /153041543n 80084073465307Fort Belvoir (Va.). Water Resources Support CenterInstitute for Water Resources Fort Belvoir, Va Water Resources Support CenterInstitute for Water Resources Water Resources Support CenterU.S. Army Engineer Water Resources Support CenterUnited States. Army. Corps of Engineers. Water Resources Support CenterUnited States. 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Data are formated for use with database management software and GIS software2816ocn043322263book19820.84Ports of Miami, Port Everglades, Palm Beach, and Port Canaveral, Florida2686ocn045463652book19810.81The Port of Toledo, Ohio2545ocn009907753serial0.66Waterborne commerce of the United StatesPeriodicals2516ocn009906975serial0.63Waterborne commerce of the United StatesPeriodicals2376ocn045024792book19800.84United StatesThe Port of Houston, Texas2225ocn027134595serial0.73Waterborne commerce of the United StatesPeriodicals2194ocn048091904book19820.88United StatesPorts of Savannah and Brunswick, Georgia2084ocn033397176book19840.86The port of Milwaukee, Wisconsin and ports on Lake Michigan2054ocn035751157book19850.86Port of Portland, Oregon and ports on the Columbia-Snake River System : deep draft, upper Columbia River ... Lewiston, ID1994ocn036124442book19840.86The Port of Albany and Ports on the Hudson River, New York1994ocn037731760book19860.84The Ports of Sacramento, Stockton, Pittsburg, and Antioch, California1983ocn041174034book19860.84Ports on Tennessee River, Tennessee-Tombigbee and Black Warrior-Tombigee waterways, and Alabama River1985ocn009907866serial0.73Waterborne commerce of the United StatesPeriodicals1975ocn041039667book19290.86United StatesThe Port of Mobile, Alabama1945ocn009506266serial0.66Waterborne commerce of the United StatesPeriodicals1933ocn040569108book19870.81Ports of San Diego, California1915ocn031457512book19830.88The port of Boston, Massachusetts1916ocn045040919book19870.84The ports of Duluth, MN, and Superior, WI : Taconite Harbor, Silver Bay, and two harbors, MN, and Ashland, WI561ocn011271379book19840.92The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Water Resources Support Center261ocn030471847book19930.95Shabman, Leonard AEnvironmental activities in Corps. of Engineers water resources programs charting a new direction : strategic studiesThe Corps of Engineers water resources development programs have changed significantly over the past few decades, as there has been a shift from creating new water control infrastructure to operating and maintaining the existing infrastructure. New environmental restoration authorities, studies and projects now emphasize management of watershed hydrology to restore hydrologic variability that was often altered past engineering works. Since the Water Resources Development Act of 1986, Corps projects can be formulated exclusively to restore or protect natural conditions in a watershed. The watershed protection theme and the emphasis on minimizing alterations to existing wetlands are especially important in administration of the regulatory program authority given by Section 404 of the Clean Water Act. This report describes the historical background for these many changes, and offers a definition of environmental activities and describes how that definition can be integrated into the planning, regulatory, and operation and maintenance programs of the Civil Works program. The report recommends reforms to allow the Corps to better address the emerging National environmental concerns describes some of the actions necessary for renewing Corps leadership in water resources management within the Federal government. Environmental restoration, Water resources policy, Civil works, Watershed planning, Evaluation and decision making, Environmental economics, Environmental planning, Wetlands regulatory reform, Section 404, Operations, Maintenance and rehabilitationFri Mar 21 16:05:59 EDT 2014batch20397