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United States Army Corps of Engineers Jacksonville District

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Works: 2,749 works in 3,648 publications in 1 language and 9,590 library holdings
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Review of selected features of the Natural System Model, and suggestions for applications in South Florida by Jerad Bales( Book )
2 editions published in 1997 in English and held by 241 libraries worldwide
Interoceanic canal studies, 1970 by United States( Book )
5 editions published in 1970 in English and held by 195 libraries worldwide
The document includes reports on the Isthmuian canal interests of the United States and other nations, the potential canal traffic and revenues, excavation by nuclear methods, design and methods of construction and the effects of tides, environmental considerations and ecology, analysis of alternate routes, financial feasibility, engineering feasibility, a study of interoceanic and intercoastal shipping and management of sea level canal construction and operation
Wetlands and deepwater habitats of Florida by National Wetlands Inventory (U.S.)( Map )
3 editions published between 1985 and 1992 in English and held by 170 libraries worldwide
Sun, sand and water : a history of the Jacksonville District U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, 1821-1975 by George E Buker( Book )
2 editions published in 1981 in English and held by 163 libraries worldwide
Destin Dome 56 unit development and production plan and right-of-way pipeline application draft environmental impact statement by United States( Book )
2 editions published in 1999 in English and held by 133 libraries worldwide
An estimate of channel roughness of interoceanic canals : final report by Garbis H Keulegan( Book )
5 editions published in 1978 in English and held by 75 libraries worldwide
San Juan National Historic Site, San Juan, Puerto Rico, design for prevention of wave-induced erosion : hydraulic model investigation by Robert R Bottin( Book )
3 editions published in 1979 in English and held by 73 libraries worldwide
A 1:75-scale (undistorted) hydraulic model of the San Juan National Historic Site, which included the entire historic site, the entrance to San Jaun Harbor, part of Isla de Cabras, and sufficient offshore area in the Atlantic Ocean to permit generation of the required test waves, was used to investigate the effects of proposed structures on wave attack at the historic site. Proposed improvement plans consisted of the installation of rubble-mound revetments and/or breakwaters on both the ocean and bay sides of El Morro Castle. A 90-ft-long wave generator and an automated data acquisition and control system (ADACS) were utilized in model operation
Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway in Florida : Fort Clinch to Miami ( Book )
1 edition published in 1989 in English and held by 73 libraries worldwide
Model studies of the Portugues and Bucana Rivers channelization, Puerto Rico : hydraulic model investigation by Noel R Oswalt( Book )
3 editions published in 1978 in English and held by 72 libraries worldwide
Two 1:30-scale physical hydraulic models of the Portugues and Bucana Rivers were used to determine the adequacy of the original designs for the flood control channelization project through the city of Ponce, Puerto Rico. The proposed channelization included trapezoidal to rectangular channel transitions, stilling basins, and drop structures in the high-velocity channels. A 3300-ft (prototype) channel length was used to study the transitions and stilling basins including riprap stability downstream from the stilling basins. A 1200-ft (prototype) channel length was used to study the drop structures and the adjacent riprap protection requirements. Test results indicated that the original design with certain modifications would effectively transmit all expected flood releases from the proposed Portugues and Cerrillos Dams. Modifications to transitions at entrances to the high-velocity channel reaches were streamlined within the original right-of-way to reduce surface turbulence and standing waves. Geometry of the original stilling basins was altered to prevent the oblique hydraulic jumps and the end-sill heights were lowered to reduce the water-surface drawdown, surface roller waves, and high bottom velocities downstream of each basin
Outlet works for Cerrillos Dam, Cerrillos River, and Portugues Dam, Portugues River, Puerto Rico : hydraulic model investigation by John F George( Book )
3 editions published in 1979 in English and held by 71 libraries worldwide
Tests were conducted on a 1:24-scale model of the outlet works for the Cerrillos and Portugues Dams located in Puerto Rico. The purpose of the model investigation was to determine the performance of the stilling basins for the full range of discharges with minimum head pool and the optimum riprap protection plan for the exit channel. The model reproduced a schematic of the intake tower, conduit transition, 60 percent of the conduit length, the stilling basins, and exit channel. The original design stilling basin (type 1) for the Cerrillos outlet works performed satisfactorily for low discharges of 500 cfs and less, and for the higher range of discharges between 1500 and 2500 cfs (design discharge). The conduits of both Cerrillos and Portugues outlet works were designed to provide for river diversion during construction of the dams. When the dams are completed, the flow will be regulated so that only bank-full capacities will be passed through the stilling basins. The conduit capacities were 4500 cfs for Cerrillos and 5300 cfs for Portugues. However, the stilling basins were designed for 2500 cfs (Cerrillos) and 1100 cfs (Portugues), the bank-full capacities downstream. Therefore, considerable damage to the downstream exit channel will occur should it become necessary to pass the conduit design flow through the outlet works
Flood emergency evacuation, plan of study, Lee County, Florida by United States( Book )
5 editions published between 1978 and 1979 in English and held by 71 libraries worldwide
Breakwater and revetment stability study, San Juan National Historic Site, San Juan, Puerto Rico : hydraulic model investigation by Dennis G Markle( Book )
4 editions published in 1981 in English and held by 70 libraries worldwide
A hydraulic model investigation was conducted using both two-dimensional and three-dimensional stability models at undistorted linear scales (model to prototype) of 1:38.5 and 1:50.5, respectively. The purposes of the stability tests were as follows: (a) Develop stable, economical and aesthetically pleasing designs for the offshore breakwater, north revetment, and west revetment to protect the San Juan National Historical Site from storm conditions that would generate depth-limited breaking waves at still-water levels (swl's) of 0.0 and +1.9 ft msl. (b) With the protective structures in place, determine the runup produced on the north and west slopes when exposed to a range of wave heights with wave periods from 7 to 17 sec at swl's of 0.0 and/or +1.9. (c) Both with and without the offshore breakwater and north revetment in place, expose the construction trestle to a range of wave periods and wave heights at swl's of 0.0 and +1.9 to observe the impact of the combined incident and reflected waves on the trestle and support pilings. Test results indicated that a two-layer system of 28-ton armor stone, placed on a 1V-on-2H slope using random replacement, would be an adequate design for the offshore breakwater
Flood insurance study : city of Plantation, Flordia, Broward County by United States( Book )
2 editions published in 1977 in English and held by 37 libraries worldwide
Flood insurance study : city of Moultrie, Georgia, Colquitt County by United States( Book )
2 editions published in 1977 in English and held by 35 libraries worldwide
Mayport-Mill Cove model study : report 2 : Mayport Naval Basin study : hydraulic model investigation by Noble J Brogdon( Book )
2 editions published in 1979 in English and held by 18 libraries worldwide
A fixed-bed model of Mayport-Mill Cove constructed to scales of 1:500 horizontally and 1:50 vertically, reproduced a portion of the Atlantic Ocean adjacent to the entrance and the St. Johns River upstream to Hibernia Point. The purpose of the model study was twofold: (a) to investigate the effects of proposed improvement plans for the Mayport Naval Basin area on existing shoaling rates, hydraulics, salinities, and flushing; and (b) to investigate the effects of proposed improvement plans in the Mill Cove area on flushing, hydraulics, salinities and channel shoaling. The model verification tests described in Report 1 indicated that the model hydraulic and salinity regimes were in satisfactory agreement with those of the prototype for comparable conditions. Based on visual observations and analysis of surface current pattern photographs conducted for 20 proposed plans, 3 plans (15, 18 and 20) were selected for further, more extensive testing. Each plan involved an enlarged weir opening 1,300 ft wide by 12 ft deep at msl and the relocation of approximately, 1,400 ft from the west end of the disposal island located off Reddie Point to the east end of the disposal island. Plan 15 included the above weir and disposal island changes in addition to the construction of a triangular-shaped island inside Mill Cove. Plan 18 involved only the above weir and disposal island changes. Plan 20 included the above weir and disposal island changes in addition to an enlargement of Quarantine Island into Mill Cove
Environmental impact statement for combined licenses (COLs) for Levy Nuclear Plant units 1 and 2, final report ( Book )
3 editions published in 2012 in English and held by 7 libraries worldwide
Environmental impact statement for combined licenses (COLs) for Turkey Point Nuclear Plant Units 6 and 7 by U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission( Book )
2 editions published in 2015 in English and held by 5 libraries worldwide
River of interests : water management in south Florida and the Everglades, 1948-2010 by Matthew C Godfrey( file )
1 edition published in 2011 in English and held by 0 libraries worldwide
In 1948 Congress answered the outcry of Florida residents for both flood protection and a more reliable drinking water supply by authorizing the Central and Southern Flood Control Project, otherwise known as the C & SF Project. Shortly thereafter, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers began construction on one of the nation's largest infrastructure projects. While the project served its intended purposes far better than ever anticipated, it also caused extensive damage to the naturally occurring ecosystems of south Florida, including the Everglades ecosystem located within and beyond Everglades National Park. Here is a history of the construction of the C & SF Project and the project's unintended impacts on the environment, and the evolution of the Comprehensive Everglades Restoration Plan (CERP)
 
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United States. Army. Corps of Engineers. Army Engineer District, Jacksonville
United States. Army Engineer District, Jacksonville
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