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Sedimentation study, Environmental Monitoring and Operations Guidance System (EMOGS), Kings Bay, Georgia and Florida, 1988-1990

David G. Aubrey

Sedimentation study, Environmental Monitoring and Operations Guidance System (EMOGS), Kings Bay, Georgia and Florida, 1988-1990

final report

by David G. Aubrey

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Published by Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution in Woods Hole, Mass .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sedimentation and deposition -- Saint Mary"s Bay (Fla. and Ga.),
  • Marine sediments -- Saint Mary"s Bay (Fla. and Ga.),
  • Inlets -- Florida.,
  • Inlets -- Georgia.

  • About the Edition

    Repeated side-scan sonar and multi-frequency bathymetric surveys, accompanied by accurate, high resolution, and repeatable navigation, were conducted in the vicinity of a tidal inlet to define the length and time scales associated with bedforms and channel shoaling in a structured tidal inlet. The study site, St. Marys entrance channel along the Georgia/Florida border (Fig. 1), has a dredged channel approximately 46-52 feet in depth at a datum of mean low water (MLW), bordered by a large ebb tidal delta. The tidal inlet serves Cumberland Sound, Kings Bay, and associated waterways, providing a large discharge of water from the inlet that creates bedforms and channel shoaling, given the abundance of sand-size sediment in the vicinity. The jettied inlet produces flows that are predominantly tidally-driven, whereas farther offshore the driving forces consist predominantly of waves and storm-generated flows. In the channel reaches (Table 1) between these two areas, combined wave/steady flows are present, creating a myriad of scales of bedforms and shoaling patterns, emphasizing the difference in these scales between the three different flow regimes. The results provide an important data base for quantifying shoaling processes and mechanisms in tidal inlet channels.

    Edition Notes

    Statementby D. G. Aubrey, T. R. McSherry and W. D. Spencer.
    SeriesWHOI -- 91-17., WHOI (Series) -- 91-17.
    ContributionsMcSherry, Thomas R., Spencer, Wayne D., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 46 p. :
    Number of Pages46
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15176044M

    John Verduin of Anchor Environmental submitted the following materials with cover letter: (a) PCB Cleanup Operations: Duwamish Waterway, Seattle District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, 19 pp; (b) Closed bucket pilot study feasibility and evaluation for east waterway dredging, prepared by Anchor Environmental for Department of the Army, Corps of. As for environmental monitoring, all landfills conduct groundwater (within feet of site), surface water and air monitoring, in addition to other monitoring such as for radiation and leachates. Further information on these data is held by PADEP’s regional offices. It is Environmental Monitoring and Operator Guidance System. Environmental Monitoring and Operator Guidance System listed as EMOGS Environmental Monitoring and Operator Guidance System - How is Environmental Monitoring and Operator Guidance System .


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