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1976

Environmental Monitoring

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Shoreline Situation Report Cities Of Chesapeake, Norfolk, And Portsmouth, Dennis W. Owen, Lynne M. Rogers, Margaret H. Peoples, Robert J. Byrne, Carl H. Hobbs Iii Jan 1976

Shoreline Situation Report Cities Of Chesapeake, Norfolk, And Portsmouth, Dennis W. Owen, Lynne M. Rogers, Margaret H. Peoples, Robert J. Byrne, Carl H. Hobbs Iii

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It i s the objective of this report to supply an assessment, and at least a partial integration, of those important shoreland parameters and characteristics which will aid the planners and the managers of the shorelands in making the best decisions for the utilization of this limited and very valuable resource. The report gives particular attention to the problem of shore erosion and to recommendations concerning the alleviation of the impact of this problem. In addition, we have tried to include in our assessment a discussion of those factors which might significantly limit development of the shoreline and, in some ...


Shore Erosion At Tangier Island, Robert J. Byrne Jan 1976

Shore Erosion At Tangier Island, Robert J. Byrne

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Tangier Island, in Accomack County, Virginia, is the southernmost of a series of islands separating Chesapeake Bay from Tangier and Pocomoke Sounds (Figure 1) . With the exception of three sand ridges, which are the populated areas, the island is low lying marsh and tidal flat deposits with elevations generally below 6 feet (MLW datum).


Fine Scale Circulation Near "Foxtrot" In Hampton Roads, Virginia, Christopher S. Welch, Bruce J. Neilson Jan 1976

Fine Scale Circulation Near "Foxtrot" In Hampton Roads, Virginia, Christopher S. Welch, Bruce J. Neilson

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During 1974 the Virginia Institute of Marine Science conducted a series of oceanographic, water quality and modeling studies for the outfall from the proposed Nansemond Wastewater Treatment Plant (VIMS, 1975). One of these studies included dye releases to determine the dispersion and transport of material discharged to Hampton Roads near Pig Point. These dye releases were made from the munitions loading piers known as "Foxtrot".

The proposed outfall, as given in the Facilities Plan is located roughly one kilometer to the east-south-east of Foxtrot. Tidal circulation in Hampton Roads is quite complex and there was concern that the distribution patterns ...


Shoreline Situation Report Prince William County, Virginia, Lynne M. Rogers, Dennis W. Owen, Margaret H. Peoples, Robert J. Byrne, Carl H. Hobbs Iii Jan 1976

Shoreline Situation Report Prince William County, Virginia, Lynne M. Rogers, Dennis W. Owen, Margaret H. Peoples, Robert J. Byrne, Carl H. Hobbs Iii

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