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Coastal and Hydraulics Engineering Technical Notes (CHETN)

Note: To obtain the Cancelled documents, see the CHETN Cancelled Documents List.

Since these publications are readily available on the Internet and may be downloaded, distribution of paper copies has been discontinued.

SECTION I - WAVES AND COASTAL FLOODING
SECTION II - BEACH BEHAVIOR AND RESTORATION
SECTION III - COASTAL STRUCTURES
SECTION IV - INLETS AND ESTUARY CHANNELS
SECTION V - COASTAL ECOLOGY
SECTION VI - MISCELLANEOUS COASTAL SUBJECTS
SECTION VII - RIVER ENGINEERING AND SEDIMENTATION
SECTION VIII - FLOOD MANAGEMENT
SECTION IX - NAVIGATION
SECTION X - ENGINEERING HYDROLOGY
SECTION XI - GROUNDWATER HYDRAULICS
SECTION XII - HYDROINFORMATICS
SECTION XIII - MISCELLANEOUS INLAND SUBJECTS
SECTION XIV - REGIONAL SEDIMENT MANAGEMENT
SECTION I WAVES AND COASTAL FLOODING
Number Title Date
I-87 Introduction to Phase-Resolving Wave Modeling with FUNWAVE Jul 15
I-86 Computer-Based Model Calibration and Uncertainty Analysis: Terms and Concepts Jul 15
I-85 Implementation of Wave Dissipation by Vegetation in STWAVE Feb 15
I-84 HAKOU v3: SWIMS Hurricane Inundation Fast Forecasting Tool for Hawaii Feb 12
I-82 Wave Dissipation by Vegetation Sep 11
I-81 TWAVE Users Guide with Example Application to Oahu, Hawaii Jul 10
I-80 Idealized Marsh Simulations: Sensitivity of Hurricane Surge Elevation and Wave Height to Marsh Continuity Jul 09
I-79 Idealized Marsh Simulations: Sensitivity of Hurricane Surge Elevation and Wave Height to Bottom Friction Jul 09
I-78 Idealized Marsh Simulations: Sensitivity of Hurricane Surge Elevation and Wave Height to Seabed Elevation Jul 09
I-77 Influence of Marsh Restoration and Degradation on Storm Surge and Waves Jul 09
I-76 Modeling Nearshore Waves for Hurricane Katrina Aug 07
I-75 Full-Plane STWAVE with Bottom Friction: II. Model Overview Aug 07
I-74 WABED Model in the SMS: Part 2. Graphical Interface May 07
I-73 Infra-Gravity Wave Input Toolbox (IGWT): User's Guide May 07
I-72 Ship Squat Predictions for Ship/Tow Simulator Aug 06
I-71 Full Plane STWAVE: SMS Graphical Interface Mar 05
I-70 BOUSS-2D Wave Model in SMS: 2. Tutorial with Examples May 05
I-69 BOUSS-2D Wave Model in SMS: 1. Graphical Interface Mar 05
I-68 How to Use CGWAVE with SMS: An Example for Tedious Creek Small Craft Harbor Mar 04
I-67 Tedious Creek Small Craft Harbor: CGWAVE Model Comparisons Between Existing and Authorized Breakwater Configurations Jun 03
I-66 Grid Nesting with STWAVE Jun 02
I-65 Comparisons of Physical and Numerical Model Wave Predictions with Prototype Data at Morro Bay Harbor Entrance, California Jun 02
I-64 Modeling Nearshore Wave Transformation with STWAVE Sep 01
I-63 Deep-Draft Coastal Navigation Entrance Channel Practice Mar 99
I-62 Cancelled
I-61 Design Aspects of Corps Beach Nourishment Projects Sep 95
I-60 Irregular Wave Runup on Beaches Mar 95
I-59 Tropical Storm Database - East and Gulf of Mexico Coasts of the United States Mar 95
I-58 Spectral Wave Modeling Technology Sep 94
I-57 Effective Utilization of Wave Data - A Case Study Jun 93
I-56 Wave Attenuation over Reefs Jun 93
I-55 Cancelled
I-54 Capabilities in Harbor Design and Monitoring: A Case Study Sep 92
I-53 Importance of Directional Spreading of Waves in the Nearshore Region Sep 92
I-52 Longshore Transmission of Reflected Waves Dec 92
I-51 Revised Wave Information Study (WIS) Results for the U.S. Atlantic Coast 1956 - 1975 Jun 92
I-50 Broken Wave Forces Dec 91
I-49 Evaluation and Application of the Wave Information Study for the Northern Pacific Ocean Dec 91
I-48 Evaluation and Application of the Wave Information Study for the Gulf of Mexico Dec 91
I-47 NMLONG: Numerical Model to Simulate Wave Transformation and Longshore Current Jan 11
I-46 Management of the Field Wave Gaging Program Data Base Dec 91
I-45 Clarification of Wave Heights from Wave Information Studies (WIS) Mar 91
I-44 Simulation of Arbitrary Depth Ocean Wave Spectra for Tropical and Extratropical Storm Jun 87
I-43 Spectral Analysis of Digital Wave Data Computer Program: SPECTRUM Jun 87
I-42 Computer Program: RCPWAVE Sep 86
I-41 High Frequency Radar Measurement of Coastal Ocean Parameters Jun 86
I-40 Cancelled
I-39 Cancelled
I-38 Cancelled
I-37 Cancelled
I-36 Estimate of Hurricane Winds for the East and Gulf Coasts of the United States Dec 85
I-35 Cancelled
I-34 Cancelled
I-33 Wave Refraction and Shoaling Computer Program: TWAVE2 Dec 85
I-32 Cancelled
I-31 Cancelled
I-30 Cancelled
I-29 Cancelled
I-28 Directional Wave Spectra Using Cosine-Squared and Cosine 2S Spreading Functions Jun 85
I-27 Cancelled
I-26 Remote Sensing Techniques for Measuring Ocean Waves Mar 85
I-25 Cancelled
I-24 Cancelled
I-23 Cancelled
I-22 Cancelled
I-21 Cancelled
I-20 Atlantic Coast Water Level Predictions Sep 82
I-19 Cancelled
I-18 Irregular Wave Diffraction by Goda's Method Mar 88
I-17 Cancelled
I-16 Cancelled
I-15 Cancelled
I-14 Selected Tidal Values for Design Nov 81
I-13 Calculating Tidal Elevation Probabilities Nov 81
I-12 Defining Tidal Datums Nov 81
I-11 A Remote Measurement System for Monitoring Waves and Currents at an Offshore Dredge Disposal Site Mar 90
I-10 Cancelled
I-9 Modification to Sea Data Wave Gages for Coastal Use Dec 89
I-8 LEO (Littoral Environment Observations) Mar 97
I-7 Surface Current Measurements Using a Microwave Scatterometer Sep 84
I-6 Directional Wave Spectra Using Normal Spreading Functions Mar 85
I-5 Reliability of Long-Term Wave Conditions Predicted with Data Sets of Short Duration Mar 85
I-4 Computer Program NARFET: Wind-Wave Generation on Restricted Fetches Mar 89
I-3 Confidence Limits on Predicted Values Jan 81
I-2 Cancelled
I-1 Computer Program: PCDFRAC - Combined Reflection and Diffraction by a Vertical Wedge-Shaped Structure Dec 88

SECTION II BEACH BEHAVIOR AND RESTORATION
Number Title Date
II-55 Shoreline Change Modeling Using One-Line Models: General Model Comparison and Literature Review Dec 13
II-54 First Year Morphological Evolution of an Artificial Berm at Fort Myers Beach, Florida Jan 12
II-53 Planning Regional Flood and Coastal Erosion Foresight Studies Jun 11
II-52 Emergency Beach-Fill Procedures: Lessons Learned From 2004 Hurricane Season Jul 10
II-51 Interaction of Shore-Parallel Geotextile Tubes and Beaches along the Upper Texas Coast Jan 08
II-50 Geotextile Tube Structures Guidelines for Contract Specifications Sep 06
II-49 Sheldon Marsh - Section 227 Demonstration Project - Physical Model Study Jan 06
II-48 Influence of Grain Size on Sediment Transport Rates with Emphasis on the Total Longshore Rate Nov 05
II-47 Identification of and Remedial Approaches to Hot Spots Mar 04
II-46 Longshore Sand Transport - Initial Results from Large-Scale Sediment Transport Facility Mar 02
II-45 Wave Transmission at Detached Breakwaters for Shoreline Response Modelling Mar 02
II-44 Beach Erosional Hot Spots: Types Causes, and Solutions Sept 01
II-43 Sediment Transport Analysis from OBS/EMCM during Storms Jun 00
II-42 An Analytical Model to Predict the Response of Mounds Placed in the Offshore Dec 99
II-41 Sand Bypassing Cost and Performance Database Dec 99
II-40 Depth of Closure in Beach-Fill Design Mar 98
II-39 Interpretation of Shoreline-Position Data for Coastal Engineering Analysis Dec 97
II-38 Beach and Nearshore Survey Technology Jun 97
II-37 Cohesive Environment Site Characterization and Monitoring Jun 97
II-36 Analysis of the Performance of the Prefabricated Erosion Prevention (P.E.P) Reef System, Town of Palm Beach, Florida Mar 97
II-35 Cancelled
II-34 Beach Morphology Analysis Package (BMAP) Version 1 Mar 95
II-33 Applications of SBEACH to Coastal Projects Sep 94
II-32 Cancelled
II-31 Guidelines for Surveying Beach Nourishment Projects Nov 93
II-30 Using Morphology to Determine Net Littoral Drift Directions in Complex Coastal Systems Mar 92
II-29 Native Beach Assessment Techniques for Beach Fill Design Dec 91
II-28 The Coastal Modeling System: A System of Numerical Models and Support Programs Dec 91
II-27 Shoreline Modeling System (SMS), Version I Dec 91
II-26 Recommended Physical Data Collection Program for Beach Nourishment Projects Dec 91
II-25 Cancelled
II-24 Practical Considerations in Longshore Transport Rate Calculations) Dec 90
II-23 A Remote Sensing System for Measuring Runup Sep 90
II-22 A Remote Sensing System for Monitoring Beach Morphology Jun 90
II-21 Computer Program: GENESIS Version 2.0 Mar 90
II-20 Physical Monitoring of Nearshore Sand Berms Sep 89
II-19 Estimating Potential Longshore Sand Transport Rates Using WIS Data Jun 89
II-18 Application of Movable-Bed Physical Models To Predict Storm-Induced Erosion Jun 89
II-17 Jet Pump Sand Bypassing - Case Study I: Nerang River Entrance, Australia Mar 89
II-16 Two-Person Rapid Beach Survey Method Jun 87
II-15 Overfill and Renourishment Factors Sep 86
II-14 Sonic Sifting: A Fast and Efficient Method for Sand Size Analysis Jun 88
II-13 Cancelled
II-12 Cancelled
II-11 Sediment Size and Fall Velocity Effects on Longshore Sediment Transport Jun 85
II-10 Cancelled
II-9 Cancelled
II-8 Cancelled
II-7 Cancelled
II-6 Cancelled
II-5 Cancelled
II-4 Cancelled
II-3 Field Estimation of Longshore Sediment Transport Along the California Coast Mar 81
II-2 Prediction of Eroded Versus Accreted Beaches Jun 88
II-1 The Streamer Sediment Trap Dec 87

SECTION III COASTAL STRUCTURES
Number Title Date
III-80 A Review of Coastal Navigation Asset Management Initiatives Within the Coastal Inlets Research Program (CIRP); Part 1: Coastal Structures Aug 10
III-79 Shear Stress Estimates for Combined Wave and Surge Overtopping at Earthen Levees Jan 09
III-78 Estimation of Combined Wave and Storm Surge Overtopping at Earthen Levees May 08
III-77 Estimation of Overtopping Flow Velocities on Earthen Levees Due to Irregular Waves Jan 08
III-76 A GSSHA Model of the Perris Basin of the San Jacinto River Watershed, Riverside County, California Jun 07
III-75 Irregular Wave Forces on Heavily Overtopped Thin Vertical Walls by Steven A. Hughes Jan 07
III-74 Effect of Armoring a Cohesive Nearshore with a Thin Cobble Lag, Shoreham, Michigan Aug 06
III-73 Wave-Action Balance Equation Diffraction (WABED) Model: Tests of Wave Diffraction and Reflection at Inlets Jul 06
III-72 Uses for Marine Mattresses in Coastal Engineering Feb 06
III-71 Breakwater and Revetment Armor Stability Dec 05
III-70 Estimating Irregular Wave Runup on Rough, Impermeable Slopes Jul 05
III-69 Effectiveness of Pocket Wave Absorbers in Vertical-Wall, Coastal Entrance Structures Mar 04
III-68 Estimating Irregular Wave Runup on Smooth, Impermeable Slopes Sep 03
III-67 Wave Momentum Flux Parameter for Coastal Structure Design Sep 03
III-66 Periodic Inspections of Concrete-Armored Coastal Structures Jun 03
III-65 Periodic Inspections of Coastal Structures with Stone Armor Mar 03
III-64 Damage Development on Stone-Armored Breakwaters and Revetments Jun 02
Rev Dec 05
III-63 Field Guidance for Periodic Inspection of Coastal Structures Sep 98
III-62 Coastal Structure Underwater Inspection Technologies Dec 96
III-61 Design Guidance for Selectively Placed Quarrystone Revetment Armor Layers Jun 96
III-60 ELBLOCTM Revetment Unit: Preliminary Guidance Dec 95
III-59 Guidelines for Specifications for the Placement of Quarrystone Armor Units - Lessons Learned Sep 95
III-58 Concrete Armor Unit Fabrication Sep 95
III-57 Seawall-Beach Interaction: A Comparison of Monitoring Locations Jun 95
III-56 Numerical Model for Runup and Overtopping on Riprap Revetments Mar 95
III-55 Low-Altitude Photogrammetric Monitoring of Coastal Structures Sep 94
III-54 Irregular Wave Orbital Velocities at Coastal Structures Mar 94
III-53 Core-LocR Concrete Armor Unit Design Mar 94
III-52 Monitoring Completed Coastal Projects Lessons Learned II Nov 93
III-51 Physical Modeling Guidelines for Coastal Harbors Sep 92
III-50 Cancelled
III-49 Small-Boat Harbor Design Experience (Lessons Learned) Through Physical Modeling and Subsequent Prototype Performance Jun 92
III-48 Cancelled
III-47 Experience with Sand-Tightened Coastal Structures Mar 92
III-46 Summary of Seawall and Beach Interaction at Monterey Bay, California Mar 92
III-45 Cancelled
III-44 Cancelled
III-43 Cancelled
III-42 Movement and Static Stresses in Dolosse Jun 92
III-41 Surveys of Coastal Structures Mar 91
III-40 Cancelled
III-39 Cancelled
III-38 Breaking Wave Forces on Walls Mar 88
III-37 Sizing of Toe Berm Armor Stone on Rubble-Mound Breakwater and Jetty Trunks Designed for Depth-Limited Breaking Waves Sep 87
III-36 Case History of Breakwater/Jetty Repair; Chemical Grout Sealing of Palm Beach Harbor South Jetty, Florida Jun 87
III-35 Crane Survey of Submerged Rubble-Mound Coastal Structures Jun 87
III-34 Checking Stability of Bulkheads Located in Ports, Harbors and Coastal Waterways Against Shear Failure Computer Program: UTEXAS2 Jun 87
III-33 Surveillance Checklist for Load-Bearing Pile Construction Jun 87
III-32 Cancelled
III-31 Use of Gabions in the Coastal Environment Dec 86
III-30 Cancelled
III-29 Wave Forces on a Wall Shoreward of the Still-Water Line Dec 90
III-28 Sand Sealing of Coastal Structures Jun 86
III-27 Cancelled
III-26 Cancelled
III-25 Cancelled
III-24 Cancelled
III-23 An Empirical Method for Design of Breakwaters as Shore Protection Structures Mar 85
III-22 Cancelled
III-21 Monitoring Rubble-Mound Coastal Structures with Photogrammetry Feb 84
III-20 Cancelled
III-19 Availability of Concrete Armor Unit Forms Sep 94
III-18 Spacing Reinforcement in Armor Units Apr 83
III-17 Plastic Piling Jacket for Ice Protection Nov 84
III-16 Side-Scan Sonar for Inspecting Coastal Structures Nov 83
III-15 Geotechnical Sampling Guidelines For Rubblemound Coastal Structures Mar 88
III-14 Protecting Timber Piles in Seawater Environments Jun 82
III-13 Cancelled
III-12 Cancelled
III-11 Cancelled
III-10 Cancelled
III-9 Revetments--Their Applications and Limitations Mar 81
III-8 Seawalls--Their Applications and Limitation Mar 81
III-7 Bulkheads--Their Applications and Limitations Mar 81
III-6 Shore Protection Selection Criteria Mar 81
III-5 Beach Dune Walkover Structures Jan 81
III-4 Armor Unit Placement Method Versus Stability Coefficients Mar 85
III-3 Use of Geotechnical Fabrics Feb 80
III-2 Runup on Composite Rough Slopes Sep 85
III-1 Riprap Revetment Design Jun 85

SECTION IV INLETS AND ESTUARY CHANNELS
Number Title Date
IV-106 Three Dimensional Shallow Water Adaptive Hydraulics (ADH-SW3): Waterborne Vessels Oct 15
IV-105 Using GenCade to Create a Sediment Budget in SBAS Aug 15
IV-104 Automated Method to Develop a Clark Synthetic Unit Hydrograph within ArcGIS Aug 15
IV-103 WaveNet: A Web-Based Metocean Data Access, Processing and Analysis Tool; Part 5 - WW3 Database Feb 15
IV-102 Shoreline Change Modeling Using One-Line Models: Application and Comparison of GenCade, Unibest, and Litpack Sep 14
IV-101 Efficient Use of Prior Information to Calibrate the Gridded Surface Subsurface Hydrologic Analysis (GSSHA) Hydrology Model Sep 14
IV-100 WaveNet: A Web-Based Metocean Data Access, Processing, and Analysis Tool; Part 3 - CDIP Database Jun 14
IV-99 WaveNet: A Web-Based Metocean Data Access, Processing and Analysis Tool; Part 4 - GLOS/GLCFS Database Jun 14
IV-98 Wave Data Processing and Analysis, Part 2: Codes for Coupling GenCade and CMS-Wave Sep 13
IV-97 Wave Data Processing and Analysis Tools for Developing Wave Boundary Forcing for CMS-Wave and GenCade Numerical Models: Part 1 Sep 13
IV-96 Implementation of structures in the CMS, Part IV, Tide gate Aug 13
IV-95 Implementation of structures in the CMS, Part III, Culvert Aug 13
IV-94 Implementation of structures in the CMS. Part II, Weir Aug 13
IV-93 Implementation of structures in the CMS. Part I, Rubble mound Aug 13
IV-92 WaveNet: A Web-Based Metocean Data Access, Processing and Analysis Tool, Part 2 - WIS Database Aug 13
IV-91 TideNet: A Web-based Tidal Data Access, Processing and Analysis Tool, Part 1 - NWS Tidal Database Aug 13
IV-90 The Sediment Budget Calculator: A Webtool to Develop a Family of Viable Inlet and Adjacent Beach Sediment Budget Solutions Aug 13
IV-89 Initial Morphologic Evolution of Perdido Key Berm Nourishment, Florida Aug 13
IV-88 AutoRoute Rapid Flood Inundation Model Mar 13
IV-87 Practice Driven and State-of-the-art Methods to Quantify Hydrologic Model Uncertainty Sep 12
IV-86 New Gridded Surface Subsurface Hydrologic Analysis Model Computerbased Calibration Capabilities Sep 12
IV-85 GenCade Application at Onslow Bay, North Carolina Aug 12
IV-84 Coupled BOUSS-2D and CMS-Wave Modeling Approach for Harbor Projects Aug 12
IV-83 WaveNet: A Web-Based Metocean Data Access, Processing and Analysis Tool Aug 12
IV-82 Use of the PTM with CMS Quadtree Grids Apr 12
IV-81 CMS-Wave Model: Part 5. Full-plane Wave Transformation and Grid Nesting Apr 12
IV-80 Salinity calculations in the Coastal Modeling System Jan 12
IV-79 CMS-Wave Model. Part 4, An automated procedure for CMS-Wave in resource-demanding applications Apr 11
IV-78 Applying Particle Tracking Model in the Coastal Modeling System Jan 11
IV-77 Concepts and Applications of Water Transport Time Scales for Coastal Inlet Systems Aug 10
IV-76 CMS-Wave Model: Part 3. Grid Nesting and Application Example for Rhode Island South Shore Regional Sediment Management Study Jul 10
IV-75 Proactive Strategy for 'Dredge-Ready' Operation and Maintenance at Low-Use Navigation Projects May 10
IV-74 Concepts for Functional Restoration of Barrier Islands Sep 09
IV-73 A GIS Based Tool for Extracting Shoreline Positions from Aerial Imagery (BeachTools) Revised Sep 08
IV-72 Interactions Between Wetlands and Tidal Inlets Aug 08
IV-71 Particle Tracking Model (PTM) in the SMS10: IV. Link to Coastal Modeling System Jul 08
IV-70 Concept Design for Emergency Closure System for Inland Navigation Structures May 08
IV-69 Tips for Developing Bathymetry Grids for Coastal Modeling System Applications Jul 07
IV-68 Sand Waves That Impede Navigation of Coastal Inlet Navigation Channels Aug 06
IV-67 Frequently-Asked Questions (FAQs) About Coastal Inlets and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' Coastal Inlets Research Program (CIRP) Feb 06
IV-66 Jetty Spur Functional Design at Coastal Inlets; Effects on Nearshore Circulation and Potential Sediment Movement Feb 06
IV-65 Coastal Barrier Island Breaching, Part 2: Mechanical Breaching and Breach Closure Aug 05
IV-64 Coastal Inlet Navigation Channel Shoaling with Deepening and Widening Jun 05
IV-63 Representation of Nonerodible (Hard) Bottom in Two-Dimensional Morphology Change Models May 05
IV-62 Dependence of Total Longshore Sediment Transport Rates on Incident Wave Parameters and Breaker Type Sep 04
IV-61 Jetty Spurs at Coastal Inlets for Reduction of Navigation Channel Shoaling Jan 11
IV-60 SMS Steering Module for Coupling Waves and Currents, 2: M2D and STWAVE Dec 03
IV-59 Uncertainty in Bathymetric Surveys Mar 03
IV-58 Application of an Artificial Neural Network to Predict Tidal Currents in an Inlet Mar 03
IV-57 Human-Induced Changes in Back-Barrier Environments as Factors in Tidal Inlet Instability with Emphasis on Florida Mar 03
IV-56 Coastal Barrier Breaching, Part 1: Overview of Breaching Processes Mar 03
IV-55 CHL Precision Flow Table-Description and Applications Mar 03
IV-54 Weir Jetties at Coastal Inlets: Part 2, Case Studies Dec 02
IV-53 Weir Jetties at Coastal Inlets: Part 1, Functional Design Considerations Jan 11
IV-52 Inner-Bank Erosion Processes and Solutions at Coastal Inlets Sep 02
IV-51 Inlets Online: A Tutorial for Evaluating Inlet/Beach Processes Using Aerial Photography Sep 02
IV-50 Quantifying Potential Measurement Errors and Uncertainties Associated with Bathymetric Change Analysis High-Energy Environments and Near Structures Sep 02
IV-49 Video-Based Wave Direction Measurements in a Scale Physical Model Sep 02
IV-48 Estimating Along-Channel Flow and Sediment Transport at Tidal Entrances - EbbJet Calculator Sep 02
IV-47 Tidal Velocity Asymmetry at Inlets Jun 02
IV-46 Deployment of Oceanographic Instruments in High-Energy Environments and Near Structures Jun 02
IV-45 Comparison of Predicted and Measured Shoaling at Morro Bay Harbor Entrance, California Jun 02
IV-44 Inlet Spits and Maintenance of Navigation Channels Jun 02
IV-43 SHOALS Toolbox: Software to Support Visualization and Analysis of Large, High-Density Data Sets Jun 02
IV-42 Coupling of Regional and Local Circulation Models ADCIRC and M2D Jun 02
IV-41 SMS Steering Module for Coupling Waves and Currents, 1: ADCIRC and STWAVE Jun 02
IV-40 Guidelines for Using Eastcoast 2001 Database of Tidal Constituents within Western North Atlantic Ocean, Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean Sea Mar 02
IV-39 Reservoir Model for Calculating Natural Sand Bypassing and Change in Volume of Ebb-Tidal Shoals, Part I: Description Mar 02
IV-38 Field Data Recovery in Tidal Systems Using Artificial Neural Networks (ANNs) Sep 01
IV-37 A GIS Based Tool for Extracting Shoreline Positions from Aerial Imagery (Beach Tools) Sep 01
IV-36 Chronic Beach Erosion Adjacent to Inlets and Remediation by Composite (T-Head) Groins Jun 01
IV-35 Mathematical Model for Rapid Estimation of Infilling and Sand Bypassing at Inlet Entrance Channels Jun 01
IV-34 Estimation of Suspended Sediment Trapping Ratio for Channel Infilling and Bypassing Jun 01
IV-33 Morphologic Asymmetries at Entrances to Tidal Inlets Jun 01
IV-32 Leaky Internal-Barrier Normal-Flow Boundaries in the ADCIRC Coastal Hydrodynamics Code Jun 01
IV-31 Database of INlet Navigation Projects and Structuress Dec 00
IV-30 Natural Mechanisms of Sediment bypassing at Tidal Inlets Dec 00
IV-29 Circulation Patterns at Tidal Inlets with Jetties Sep 00
IV-28 Introduction to the Diagnostic Modeling System (DMS) Sep 00
IV-27 Representation of Hydrodynamic Model Results through Graphical Displays Sep 00
IV-26 Simulation of Current-Induced Scour in Movable-Bed Inlet Models Jun 00
IV-25 Enhancements of the Numerical Model of the Longshore Current NMLONG to Include Interaction Between Currents and Waves (NMLONG-CW) Jun 00
IV-24 Field Data Collection at Coastal Inlets Mar 00
IV-23 Hydraulic Processes Analysis System (HyPAS) Mar 00
IV-22 Shoal-Reduction Strategies for Entrance Channels Jan 11
IV-21 Surface-Water Modeling System Tidal Constituents Toolbox for ADCIRC Dec 99
IV-20 Sediment Budget Analysis System (SBAS) Jan 11
IV-19 Physical Model for Coastal Inlet Entrance Studies Jan 11
IV-18 Equilibrium Scour Depth at Tidal Inlets Mar 99
IV-17 Wave Breaking on an Opposing Current Mar 99
IV-16 Estimation of Uncertainity In Coastal- Sediment Budget at Inlets Sep 98
IV-15 Formulation of Sediment Budget at Inlets Sep 99
IV-14 Grid Development for Modeling Two-Dimensional Inlet Circulation Sep 98
IV-13 Techniques for Measuring and Analyzing Inlet Ebb-Shoal Evolution Dec 98
IV-12 Where and Why Inlet Channels Shoal: A Conceptual Geomorphic Framework PC Dec 00
IV-11 PC Program for Coastal Inlet Stability Analysis Using Escoffier Method Jan 11
IV-10 Even-Odd Function Analysis of Shoreline Position and Volume Change Dec 97
IV-9 One-Dimensional Wave-Current Interaction Jun 97
IV-8 Estimating Scour Caused by Deflected Ebb Flows Mar 97
IV-7 Application of a BroadBand Acoustice Doppler Current Profiler for Tidal Current Measurements at Coastal Inlets Mar 93
IV-6 Bibliography for Shallow Draft Coastal Port Design Mar 92
IV-5 Interpreting Historic Dredging Data and Bathymetric Surveys to Support Recommendations for Altering Dredging Mar 91
IV-4 Dead-End Channel Flushing in Harbors Nov 83
IV-3 Effects of a Single Jetty on a Tidal Navigation Channels Nov 81
IV-2 Offshore Tide Gage for Ocean Bar Dredging Oct 81
IV-1 Computer Program INLET Jun 87

SECTION V COASTAL ECOLOGY
Number Title Date
V-23 Linking Critical Ecological Processes to Landscape Pattern: Implications for USACE Planning and Operations Jun 14
V-22 Sampling Fisheries Resources at Murrells Inlet, South Carolina Dec 86
V-21 Bibliography on Sea Turtles for Personal Computers Dec 85
V-20 Biological Effects of Breakwater Construction on Aquatic Communities in the Great Lakes Mar 85
V-19 Seagrass Planting Guidelines for the Pacific, Gulf, and Atlantic Coasts Apr 84
V-18 Biological Effects of Jetty Construction on Coastal Marine Communities Feb 84
V-17 Coastal Pier Construction Impacts on a Mid-Atlantic Barrier Island Jan 83
V-16 Biological Effects of Beach Restoration on the Great Lakes Shoreline Dec 82
V-15 Dune Grass Fertilization and Maintenance Dec 82
V-14 Biological Effects of Beach Restoration with Dredged Material on the Mid-Atlantic Coast Jun 82
V-13 Short-Term Biological Effects of Nearshore Jetty Construction Dec 81
V-12 Value of Pacific Northwest Salt Marshes Nov 81
V-11 Seagrass Planting Guidelines, Atlantic Coast South of Cape Canaveral, Florida, and Gulf Coast Jun 81
V-10 Eelgrass Planting Guidelines, Pacific Coast and Atlantic Coast North of Beaufort, North Carolina Jun 81
V-9 Migration of Fish and Invertebrates Across a Weir of a Weir Jetty Mar 81
V-8 Recommended Scales of Aerial Photography for Mapping Barrier Island Vegetation Jan 81
V-7 Biological Effects of Beach Restoration on the Southern California Coast Jan 81
V-6 Biological Effects on a Rubble-Mound Structure on the California Coast Sep 80
V-5 Biological Effects of Beach Restoration Projects on the South Atlantic U. S. Coast Sep 80
V-4 Bank Erosion Control with Pacific Cordgrass on the Southern Pacific Coast (Humboldt Bay to Mexico) Mar 80
V-3 Biological Effects of Beach Restoration on the Florida Gulf Coast Dec 81
V-2 Erosion Control and Habitat Development with Smooth Cordgrass on the Gulf and Atlantic Coasts Nov 81
V-1 Sand Stabilization with American Beachgrass on North Atlantic and Great Lakes Coasts Sep 79

SECTION VI MISCELLANEOUS COASTAL SUBJECTS
Number Title Date
VI-44 Land Building Models: Uncertainty in and Sensitivity to Input Parameters Aug 13
VI-43 Hatteras Breach, North Carolina Jul 10
VI-42 Branchbox Breakwater Design at Pickleweed Trail, Martinez, CA, Section 227 Demonstration Project Mar 06
VI-41 Determination of Standard Response Spectra and Effective Peak Ground Accelerations for Seismic Design and Evaluation Dec 05
VI-40 Use of Sediment Trend Analysis (STA®) for Coastal Projects Jun 05
VI-39 Model for the Computation of Time-Steady Nearshore Currents Dec 03
VI-38 Collecting Field Data in a Small Boat Harbor for a Multiphase Numerical Study Jun 03
VI-37 Estimating Surface Currents Using Dyes and Drogues Sep 02
VI-36 Boston Harbor Dredged Material Capping Simulation Sep 01
VI-35 Dredge Bucket Comparison Demonstration at Boston Harbor Mar 01
VI-34 Deploying and Recovering Marine Instruments With a Helicopter Sep 00
VI-33 Monitoring Completed Navigation Projects, Lessons Learned IV Mar 00
VI-32 On-Line Resources of the Field Research Facility Dec 98
VI-31 The SHOALS System - A Comprehensive Surveying Tool Jun 98
VI-30 Near-Real-Time Coastal Monitoring Mar 98
VI-29 Monitoring Completed Navigation Projects, Lessons Learned III Jun 97
VI-28 Video Measurement of Wave Runup on Coastal Structures Mar 97
VI-27 Geographic List of Coastal Engineering Research Center and Beach Erosion Board Coastal Geologic and Monitoring Report Sep 94
VI-26 Helicopter-Borne Nearshore Survey System Mar 93
VI-25 Airborne Coastal Current Evaluation Survey System Dec 92
VI-24 Cancelled
VI-23 Developing Monitoring Plans for Completed Coastal Projects Mar 91
VI-22 ISRP-PC: A Personal Computer Interactive Survey Reduction Program Dec 90
VI-21 Cancelled
VI-20 Automated Coastal Engineering System (ACES) Dec 92
VI-19 Forms and Causes of Galvanic Corrosion in the Coastal Environment May 07
VI-18 Cancelled
VI-17 Heave Compensation for Hydrographic Surveying Mar 85
VI-16 Microcomputer Applications for Coastal Engineering (MACE) Mar 89
VI-15 List of Coastal ER's, EM's, and ETL's Apr 07
VI-14 Cancelled
VI-13 Cancelled
VI-12 Cancelled
VI-11 Use of Vibratory Corers for Coastal Zone Sediment Sampling Mar 82
VI-10 Metric (SI) Standard or Design Jan 82
VI-9 Remote Sensing Applications Guide Dec 81
VI-8 Use of a 35 mm Camera for Vertical Aerial Photography Oct 81
VI-7 Sediment Sample Collection Aug 81
VI-6 Cancelled
VI-5 Guidelines for Planning Beach Surveys Jan 81
VI-4 Coastal Engineering Contacts in the Corps of Engineers May 13
VI-3 Waterways Experiment Station Library Apr 07
VI-2 Sediment Sample Card Feb 80
VI-1 A Device for Cutting Sediment Core Liners Feb 80

SECTION VII RIVER ENGINEERING AND SEDIMENTATION
Number Title Date
VII-14 Simulation of Ohio River Hydrodynamics to Support Emergency Maintenance Operations on Lock and Dam 52 Aug 15
VII-13 A Simplified Analytic Investigation of the Riverside Effects of Sediment Diversions Sep 13
VII-11 Robust Prediction of Hydraulic Roughness Mar 11
VII-10 Innovative Streambank Protection in an Urban Setting, Accotink Creek, VA Aug 10
VII-9 River Diversions and Shoaling Nov 08
VII-8 Two-Dimensional Simulation of Truckee River Hydrodynamics Sep 06
VII-7 Application of the SAM Computer Program for Truckee River Stable Channel Analysis Sep 06
VII-6 Predicting Sediment Transport Dynamics in Ephemeral Channels: A Review of Literature Sep 06
VII-5 Effects of Drawdown and Structures on Bed-Load Transport in Pool 8 Navigation Channel Dec 03
VII-4 Quantification of Bed-Load Transport on the Upper Mississippi River Using Multibeam Survey Data and Traditional Methods Jun 02
VII-3 Design Considerations for Siting Grade Control Structures Dec 01
VII-2 Multidemensional Models Used in Rivers and Streams Sep 01
VII-1 Analysis of Near-Field Hydrodynamics of Submerged Weirs Sep 01

SECTION VIII FLOOD MANAGEMENT
Number Title Date
VIII-8 Development of Predictive Relationships for Flood Hazard Assessments in Ungaged Basins Feb 16
VIII-7 Initial Development and Testing of a State-of-the-Art Method to Quantify Hydrologic Model Uncertainty Sep 13
VIII-6 Lateral Inflow into High-Velocity Channels Sep 07
VIII-5 Channel-Forming Discharge Dec 00
VIII-4 Effective Discharge Calculation Dec 00
VIII-3 Determination of Flow Resistance Coefficients Due to Shrubs and Woody Vegetation Dec 00
VIII-2 Hydraulic Modeling of Trapezoidal High Velocity Channels Jul 00
VIII-1 Increasing Reservoir Storage of Spillway Capacity Using Fusegates Apr 00

SECTION IX NAVIGATION
Number Title Date
IX-40 Shoaling Analysis at Brazos Island Harbor Inlet, Texas Oct 15
IX-40 Archival Automatic Identification System (AIS) Data for Navigation Project Performance Evaluation Aug 15
IX-39 A Survey of Corrosion and Conditions of Corrosion Protection Systems in Civil Works Structures of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Sep 14
IX-38 Acoustic Nondestructive Testing and Measurement of Tension for Steel Reinforcing Members - Part 2 Field Testing Sep 14
IX-37 Acoustic Nondestructive Testing and Measurement of Tension for Steel Reinforcing Members - Part 1 Theory Sep 14
IX-36 Development of a Guided-Wave Technology Capable of the Detection of Open Cracks and Microcracks in Embedded Trunnion Anchor Rods Apr 14
IX-35 Guided-Wave Testing of Trunnion Rods at Greenup Lock and Dam, Kentucky Apr 14
IX-34 Field Experience with Lock Culvert Valves Dec 13
IX-33 Hydrodynamic Forces on Reverse Tainter Valves; Hydraulic Model Investigation Dec 13
IX-32 Trunnion rod microcrack detection Aug 13
IX-31 Modeling Flow through a Lock Manifold Port Jan 13
IX-30 Lock Manifold Port Coefficients Oct 12
IX-29 A Review of Coastal Navigation Asset Management Efforts within the Coastal Inlets Research Program (CIRP) Part 2: The Channel Portfolio Tool May 12
IX-28 Post-tensioned Multistrand Anchorage Capacity Deterioration Due To Corrosion: John Day Lock Project Mar 12
IX-27 Computational flow model of a reverse tainter valve Oct 11
IX-26 Design Concept and Analysis for a Navigation Dam Gate Guard Mar 11
IX-25 Guide to the Development of a Deterioration Rate Curve Using Condition State Inspection Data Aug 10
IX-24 Predicting Deterioration of Navigation Steel Hydraulic Structures with Markov Chain and Latin Hypercube Simulation Aug 10
IX-23 Accoustical Imaging Cameras for the Inspection and Condition Assessment of Hydraulic Structures Aug 10
IX-22 Mississippi River Sediment Availability Study: Summary of Available Data Jun 10
IX-21 Calculating Forces on Components of Hydraulic Structures Aug 09
IX-20 Ankudinov Ship Squat Predictions Part II: Laboratory and Field Comparisons and Validations Aug 09
IX-19 Ankudinov Ship Squat Predictions Part I: Theory, Parameters, and FORTRAN Programs Aug 09
IX-18 Computational Model of a Lock Filling System by Richard L. Stockstill Jan 09
IX-17 Considerations for Modeling Vessel-Generated Currents and Bed Shear Stresses Oct 08
IX-16 Numerical Evaluation of Stress Intensity Factors (KI) J-Integral Approach Sep 06
IX-15 Modeling of Vessel Effects: Selection of Adaption Parameters for Modeling Vessels in ADH Mar 05
IX-14 Charleston Harbor Ship Motion Data Collection and Squat Analysis Mar 04
IX-13 Monitoring Navigation Using Time-Lapse Video Recorders Dec 03
IX-12 Defining Angle and Spacing of Bendway Weirs Dec 03
IX-11 Current Direction and Velocity Measurements Using GPS Receivers Mounted on Floats at Tom Bevill Lock and Dam Dec 02
IX-10 Monitoring Completed Navigation Projects, Lessons Learned V Sep 02
IX-9 Mooring Model for Barge Tows in Lock Chamber Jun 02
IX-8 General Guard Wall Design Considerations for Tow Entry and Exit Jun 02
IX-7 Deep-Draft Entrance Channels: Preliminary Comparisons Between Field and Laboratory Measurements Dec 01
IX-6 Modeling Navigation Conditions at Lock Approaches Dec 01
IX-5 Monitoring Completed Navigation projects Program Sep 01
IX-4 Simulation of Flow In Hydraulic Structures Using ADH Dec 00
IX-3 Performance of Precast Concrete Stay-in-Place Forming System for Lock Walls Rehabilitation Apr 00
IX-2 Modeling Surges in Navigation Lock Approaches Apr 00
IX-1 Deep-Draft Coastal Navigation Entrance Channel Practice Mar 99

SECTION X ENGINEERING HYDROLOGY
Number Title Date
X-1 A Bayesian Analysis of the Flood Frequency Hydrology Concept Feb 16

SECTION XI GROUNDWATER HYDRAULICS
Number Title Date
XI-4Computing Flow through Well Screens Using an Embedded Well Technique Aug 15
XI-3A Geology-Based Estimate of Connate Water Salinity Distribution Sep 04
XI-2Seepage-Based Factor of Safety Analysis Using 3D Groundwater Simulation Results Aug 04
XI-1 DDJC-Sharpe Defense Distribution Depot: FEMWATER 3D Transport Model of TCE Plume Migration with Natural Attenuation Mar 04

SECTION XII HYDROINFORMATICS
Number Title Date

SECTION XIII MISCELLANEOUS INLAND SUBJECTS
Number Title Date
XIII-3 Basics of Physical Modeling in Coastal and Hydraulic Engineering Sep 13
XIII-2 Implementation of Discontinuous Galerkin Methods for the Level Set Equation on Unstructured Meshes Jan 08
XIII-1 Modeling Free-Surface Flow Over a Weir Aug 06

SECTION XIV REGIONAL SEDIMENT MANAGEMENT
Number Title Date
XIV-47 Potential RSM Projects: West Maui Region, Maui Hawaii Feb 16
XIV-46 Flocculation and Settling Velocity Estimates for Reservoir Sedimentation Analysis Feb 16
XIV-45 Identification of Alternatives to Reduce Shoaling in the Galveston Entrance Channels, Texas Dec 15
XIV-44 Alternatives to Reduce Shoaling in the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway and Prevent Erosion of Bay Islands along the North Shoreline of West Galveston Bay Dec 15
XIV-43 Reservoir Sediment Management Workshop for Tuttle Creek Lake and Perry Lake Reservoirs in the Kansas River Basin Mar 15
XIV-41 Regional Sediment Management (RSM) Strategy for Mobile Bay, Alabama Apr 15
XIV-39 The Atlantic Coast of Maryland, Sediment Budget Update Jun 14
XIV-38 Sediment Budgets for the Haleiwa Region, Oahu, Hawaii Jun 14
XIV-37 Potential Regional Sediment Management (RSM) Projects in the Haleiwa Region, Oahu, Hawaii May 14
XIV-36 Regional Sediment Management (RSM) Modeling Tools: Integration of Advanced Sediment Transport Tools into HEC-RAS Jun 14
XIV-35 Regional Sediment Management for Atlantic Coast of Maryland and Assateague Island Seashore (Assateague By-Pass Project) Sep 13
XIV-34 Sediment as a Regional Resource in the Low-Commercial-Use Navigation Program, Mathews County, VA Sep 13
XIV-33 Hawaii Regional Sediment Management: Regional Sediment Budget for the Poipu Region of Kauai, HI Jun 13
XIV-32 Hawaii Regional Sediment Management: Regional Sediment Budget for the Kekaha Region of Kauai, HI Jun 13
XIV-31 Hawaii Regional Sediment Management: Application of SBAS for ArcGIS 10 to Develop Regional Sediment Budgets for the Island of Maui, HI Jun 13
XIV-30 Creation of Island Habitat in Jacksonville Harbor, FL Jun 13
XIV-29 Regional Sediment Management (RSM) Principles in Flood Recovery: Incorporatng RSM after the 2011 Missouri River Flood Jun 13
XIV-28 Review of Innovative Sediment Delivery Systems Apr 13
XIV-27 Identification of Regional Sediment Management (RSM) Opportunities Along the Upper Texas Coast Through Sediment Budget Analysis Mar 13
XIV-26 Evalutation of Regional Sediment Management Actions Using Government Shallow Draft Dredges Mar 13
XIV-25 Practical Recommendations for Regional Sediment Management: Lessons Learned as part of the Niobrara River Basin Initiative Sep 12
XIV-24 Practical Recommendations for Regional Sediment Management: Lesson Learned at St. Johns County Shore Protection Project Sep 12
XIV-23 Estuarine Sediment Budgets for Chesapeake Bay Tributaries Sep 12
XIV-22 Regional Sediment Management at East rockaway Inlet, NY, Utilizing the USACE Coastal Modeling System Sep 12
XIV-21 Barren Island Dredged Material Placement for Regional Sediment Management Sep 12
XIV-20 Implementation of Regional Sediment Managment through Dredged Material Management Planning Sep 12
XIV-19 An Update on Nearshore Berms in the Corps of Engineers: Recent Projects and Future Needs Jan 12
XIV-18 Regional Morphology Analysis Package (RMAP): Version 3, User's Guide and Tutorial Sep 09
XIV-17 Northern Gulf of Mexico (NGOM) Regional Sediment Management Demonstration Program Initiatives Sep 05
XIV-16 Regional Sediment Management Opportunities within the Intracoastal Waterway (IWW) Dredging Program in the State of Florida Aug 05
XIV-15 Regional Morphology Analysis Package (RMAP): Part 1, Overview Sep 04
XIV-14 Coastal Overwash: Part 2, Upgrade to SBEACH Sep 04
XIV-13 Coastal Overwash: Part 1, Overview of Processes Sep 04
XIV-12 Lessons Learned in Regional Sediment Managmement: The Mobile District Demonstration Program; Technical Program Implementation May 04
XIV-11 Application of Regional Sediment Approach to Hickahala Creek Watershed, Northern Mississippi Feb 04
XIV-10 Design Approach for Regional Sediment Management Jan 04
XIV-9 Local-Scale Technologies for Measuring and Monitoring Sediment Process Jan 04
XIV-8 Authorities and Policies Supporting Implementation of Regional Sediment Management Jun 03
XIV-7 Sediment Budget Analysis System-A: SBAS-A for ArcView Application Jun 03
XIV-6 Potential Methods for Reducing Shoaling in Harbors and Navigation Channels Jun 03
XIV-5 Lessons Learned from Existing Projects on Shoaling in Harbors and Navigation Channels Jun 03
XIV-4 Overview of Regional Coastal Sediment Processes and Controls Jun 03
XIV-3 Sediment Budget Analysis System (SBAS): Upgrade for Regional Applications Jun 03
XIV-2 Tools for Regional Sediment Management Jun 03
XIV-1 The Corps of Engineers National Regional Sediment Management Demonstration Program Jan 04

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