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Water quality aspects of dredged material disposal in the Gulf of Mexico near Galveston, Texas
(Texas A&M University., 1982)
No abstract available
Aquatic disposal field investigations, Galveston, Texas, offshore disposal site. Appendix B: investigation of water quality parameters and physicochemical parameters, final report
(U.S. Army Engineer, Waterways Experiment Station, 1977)
One of the major environmental quality problems facing the Corps of Engineers, the dredging industry, and those responsible for maintenance and operation of harbors and waterways in the U.S. is that of determining the best ...
Research study for the development of dredged material disposal criteria.
(University of Texas, Richardson Institute for Environmental Science., 1975)
The report represents the results of the second phase (laboratory evaluation) of a two-phase study to establish the relationships between the presence of various contaminants within sediments and the effects of sediment ...
Evaluation of the elutriate test as a method of predicting contaminant release during open-water disposal of dredged sediments and environmental impact of open-water dredged material disposal. Volume 2: Data report.
The results of seven disposal operations involving sediment dredged from the Galveston Bay Entrance Channel were monitored. This section summarizes the results from the four operations for which there are sufficient data ...
Evaluation of the elutriate test as a method of predicting contaminant release during open - water disposal of dredged sediments and environmental impact of open - water dredged material disposal. Volume 1: Discussion.
(U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Waterways Experiment Station., 1978)
The U.S Army Corps of Engineers and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency developed the elutriate test for the purpose of predicting the release of chemical contaminants from dredged sediments upon open-water disposal. ...