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Salinity And Temperature Monitoring System Data For The Lower Rappahannock River Estuary, 1972-1974, G. C. Parker, C. S. Fang May 1975

Salinity And Temperature Monitoring System Data For The Lower Rappahannock River Estuary, 1972-1974, G. C. Parker, C. S. Fang

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The Virginia Institute of Marine Science (VIMS) installed two remote monitoring stations in the lower reaches of the Rappahannock River to obtain continuous temperature and salinity measurements near the surface and the bottom. The first station was installed at the base of a concrete support of the Rappahannock River (Norris) Bridge, near the mouth of the, river (Figure 1). The second station was installed on the base of Navigation Aid Tower Number 9 just off of Smokey Point, roughly 11 nautical miles upstream from the Norris Bridge. Each station consisted of two salinity and t«~perature probes, one located 6 ...


Yorktown Power Station Ecological Study, Phase Ii : Final Technical Report, R. A. Jordan, R. W. Virnstein, J. E. Illowsky, J. Colvocoresses May 1975

Yorktown Power Station Ecological Study, Phase Ii : Final Technical Report, R. A. Jordan, R. W. Virnstein, J. E. Illowsky, J. Colvocoresses

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No abstract provided.


A Surface Circulation Study In Middle Elizabeth River, Ching Seng Fang, Christopher S . Welch, Hayden H. Gordon Mar 1975

A Surface Circulation Study In Middle Elizabeth River, Ching Seng Fang, Christopher S . Welch, Hayden H. Gordon

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A new oil refinery has been proposed to be located in Portsmouth, Virginia south of the Hampton Roads area. The Virginia Institute of Marine Science was asked by NUS Corporation to conduct a surface circulation study to assemble the characteristics of the flow near Lambert Point on the Elizabeth River (Figure 3.1).

This report includes a review of the previous work in the area, a description of the particular experiments performed, and an interpretation of the data in terms of surface circulation. Several small oil slicks were incidentally observed during the experiments and their behavior has been discussed in ...


Coastal Data Acquisition, Compilation And Analysis, Virginia Beach Coastal Compartment, Southeastern Virginia : Quarterly Technical Status Report June 1, 1975 - Sept. 1, 1975, Victor Goldsmith, Susan Strum, George Thomas Jan 1975

Coastal Data Acquisition, Compilation And Analysis, Virginia Beach Coastal Compartment, Southeastern Virginia : Quarterly Technical Status Report June 1, 1975 - Sept. 1, 1975, Victor Goldsmith, Susan Strum, George Thomas

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No abstract provided.


Shoreline Situation Report City Of Hampton, Virginia, Carl H. Hobbs Iii, Gary F. Anderson, Robert J. Byrne, John M. Zeigler Jan 1975

Shoreline Situation Report City Of Hampton, Virginia, Carl H. Hobbs Iii, Gary F. Anderson, Robert J. Byrne, John M. Zeigler

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No abstract provided.


Shoreline Situation Report New Kent, King William, And King And Queen Counties, Carl H. Hobbs Iii, Margaret H. Peoples, Gary F. Anderson, Peter Rosen, Robert J. Byrne, John M. Zeigler Jan 1975

Shoreline Situation Report New Kent, King William, And King And Queen Counties, Carl H. Hobbs Iii, Margaret H. Peoples, Gary F. Anderson, Peter Rosen, Robert J. Byrne, John M. Zeigler

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No abstract provided.


Shoreline Situation Report Mathews County, Virginia, Carl H. Hobbs Iii, Gary F. Anderson, Robert J. Byrne, John M. Zeigler Jan 1975

Shoreline Situation Report Mathews County, Virginia, Carl H. Hobbs Iii, Gary F. Anderson, Robert J. Byrne, John M. Zeigler

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No abstract provided.


Literature Survey Of Previous Work, Virginia Beach Coastal Compartment, Southeastern Virginia, Victor Goldsmith Jan 1975

Literature Survey Of Previous Work, Virginia Beach Coastal Compartment, Southeastern Virginia, Victor Goldsmith

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This literature survey of previous work is part of a study of beach changes involving monthly measurements at 18 beach profile locations (Fig. l) . This report consists of two major sections. The first section (3.0) surveys the regional geological and coastal literature and the second section (4.0) surveys in more detail the specific literature relating directly to beach processes of the Virginia Beach Coastal Compartment.


Shoreline Situation Report, James City County, Virginia, Carl H. Hobbs Iii, Gary L. Anderson, Martha A. Patton, Peter Rosen Jan 1975

Shoreline Situation Report, James City County, Virginia, Carl H. Hobbs Iii, Gary L. Anderson, Martha A. Patton, Peter Rosen

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No abstract provided.


Eolian Sedimentation In Coastal Areas, Victor Goldsmith Jan 1975

Eolian Sedimentation In Coastal Areas, Victor Goldsmith

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The importance of eolian deposition in coastal areas is clearly demonstrated by the size and bulk of coastal sand dunes in many of these areas. The dune fields of Coos Bay, Oregon (Fig. :1), the southern end of Lake Michigan (Fig. 2) and the Cape Cod dune fields southeast of Provincetown (Fig. 3) and on Sandy Neck (Fig. 4) are just a few outstanding examples. Smaller sand dune accumulations are a:1:1 integral part of almost all depositional coasts. More subtle form of eolian deposition on beaches, marshes, intertidal sand beaches, and in shallow bays and estuaries may not ...


Shoreline Situation Report, Middlesex County, Virginia, Natalie J. Whitcomb, Martha A. Patton, Margaret H. Peoples, Gary L. Anderson, Carl H. Hobbs Ill Jan 1975

Shoreline Situation Report, Middlesex County, Virginia, Natalie J. Whitcomb, Martha A. Patton, Margaret H. Peoples, Gary L. Anderson, Carl H. Hobbs Ill

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It is 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 some of the potential uses of the shoreline, particularly with respect to recreational use, since such information ...


Coastal Data Acquisition, Compilation And Analysis, Virginia Beach Coastal Compartment, Southeastern Virginia : Quarterly Technical Status Report March 1 - May 30, 1975, Victor Goldsmith, Susan Strum, George Thomas Jan 1975

Coastal Data Acquisition, Compilation And Analysis, Virginia Beach Coastal Compartment, Southeastern Virginia : Quarterly Technical Status Report March 1 - May 30, 1975, Victor Goldsmith, Susan Strum, George Thomas

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No abstract provided.


Index Of Existing Data Sources For Chincoteague, Sinepuxent, Assawoman And Little Assawoman Bays : Report To The Maryland Department Of Natural Resources, Paul V. Hyer, John P. Jacobson, Ching Seng Fang Jan 1975

Index Of Existing Data Sources For Chincoteague, Sinepuxent, Assawoman And Little Assawoman Bays : Report To The Maryland Department Of Natural Resources, Paul V. Hyer, John P. Jacobson, Ching Seng Fang

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Available data on the Chincoteague - Assawoman Bay system have been reviewed, indexed and summarized. Water quality data (including sources), other biological studies, hydrographic data, geological data and socioeconomic studies are included.


Shoreline Situation Report Stafford County, Virginia, Carl H. Hobbs Iii, Gary F. Anderson, Dennis W. Owen, Peter Rosen Jan 1975

Shoreline Situation Report Stafford County, Virginia, Carl H. Hobbs Iii, Gary F. Anderson, Dennis W. Owen, Peter Rosen

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No abstract provided.


Shoreline Situation Report York County Virginia, Gary F. Anderson, Gaynor B. Williams, Margaret H. Peoples, Peter Rosen, Carl H. Hobbs Iii, Robert J. Byrne, John M. Zeigler Jan 1975

Shoreline Situation Report York County Virginia, Gary F. Anderson, Gaynor B. Williams, Margaret H. Peoples, Peter Rosen, Carl H. Hobbs Iii, Robert J. Byrne, John M. Zeigler

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No abstract provided.


Skylab Mss Vs. Photography For Estuarine Water Color Classification, Hayden H. Gordon, Maynard M. Nichols Jan 1975

Skylab Mss Vs. Photography For Estuarine Water Color Classification, Hayden H. Gordon, Maynard M. Nichols

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On September 12, 1973 at 12:09 EST, the Skylab III satellite passed over the Chesapeake Bay and sensed energy containing information about a large section of the estuary. On the same day scientists from the Virginia Institute of Marine Science simultaneously gathered data in the Rappahannock River, a tributary of the Bay, to determine the physical characteristics of the surface water.


Report On Environmental Effects Of The Second Hampton Roads Bridge-Tunnel Construction : Sediment Distributions And Bottom Characteristic, John D. Boon Iii, George R. Thomas Jan 1975

Report On Environmental Effects Of The Second Hampton Roads Bridge-Tunnel Construction : Sediment Distributions And Bottom Characteristic, John D. Boon Iii, George R. Thomas

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Geological observations over a two year period July-December 1973 and January-November 1974.