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A report to the District Engineer on the effect of disposal of spoil from the inland waterway, Chesapeake and Delaware Canal in Upper Chesapeake Bay
(U.S. Army Engineer District, Philadelphia Corps of Engineers, 1964)
Initial work on the Chesapeake and Delaware Canal was started in 1804. In the early days the canal was for shallow draft traffic, much of which was horse drawn. This waterway has grown tremendously in importance. It cuts ...
Covering the Coasts: A reporter's guide to coastal and marine resources
(Environmental Health Center, National Safety Council, 1966)
Covering the Coasts: A Reporter's Guide to Coastal and Marine Resources is a resource tool for journalists and editors, and the result of an innovative effort of Coastal America, a consortium of federal agencies, and the ...