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St. James residents wary of storm surge study
St. James Parish residents Tuesday voiced their concerns over U.S. Army Corps of Engineers plans that aim to reduce storm surge risk from area lakes.
Mon May 20, 2013
Mississippi Business Journal
Hearing to be held on proposed deepening of port channel
GULFPORT - A public hearing is scheduled for tomorrow on the state port's proposal to study deepening the ship channel to as much as 47 feet.
Sun May 19, 2013
WZVN-TV Fort Myers
Experts monitoring fresh water effects on red tide
Conditions are near perfect for a toxic red tide bloom off the coast of Lee County.
Sister lakes were milestones
Nimrod Dam was a subject of amazement for Arkansans when it was completed 71 years ago, forming Lake Nimrod in western Perry and eastern Yell counties.
Minot Daily News
The week that was
KEEPING OUR WATER Kudos the the U.S. Senate for putting the brakes on a plan by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to charge fees for access to water in upper Missouri River reservoirs.
Sat May 18, 2013
New Hampshire Public Radio -
Impossible Choice Faces America's First 'Climate Refugees'
Climate change is a stark reality in America's northernmost state. Nearly 90 percent of native Alaskan villages are on the coast, where dramatic erosion and floods have become a part of daily life.
Fri May 17, 2013
Parsons Joint Venture Wins USACE Middle East Contract For A-E Services
Parsons, as the managing partner in a joint venture , was awarded a contract by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers , Middle East District, for general architecture-engineering construction phase support services throughout the Transatlantic Division Middle East District area of responsibility .
LBI Beach Replenishment Set to Begin This Month
Work to repair ocean beaches and dunes in three Long Beach Island communities will begin before the end of May, officials have confirmed.
Corps Of Engineers Explains Releasing Water From Already Low Oklahoma Lakes
The past few years of little rainfall haven't been good for Skiatook Lake. Grass and weeds are growing up in places that should be covered with water.
How is radioactive site being secured?
Radioactive materials from the nation's atomic weapons program, known as the Manhattan Project, are buried beneath a 10-acre clay cap hill in the Town of Lewiston.
Coldwater Creek, West Lake Landfill Activists Meet with Sen. Claire McCaskill's Office
It's something those who say they are dealing with the effects of growing up or living surrounded by nuclear contamination and radioactive waste are struggling to get closer to: federal attention to what is, and has been taking place in North County.
Permit amendment effort fails
An effort to alter the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality's requirements for a permit so work could begin on the Commonwealth Crossing Business Centre has been unsuccessful, Henry County Administrator Tim Hall said Thursday.
Thu May 16, 2013
America's First Climate Refugees are Native Alaskan Communities
For many years, climate change has displaced millions in the developing world - and now America is seeing its first climate refugees .
Atchafalaya River to crest at 6 feet
Hydrologists at the Lower Mississippi River Forecast Center in Slidell say the Atchafalaya River is expected to crest at 6 feet here early next week.
Climate Change Is Happening?? So What?
US Army Corps of Engineers tours flooded areas in Burlington, North Dakota in 2011.
Sacramento Bee Newspaper
Rocklin man to manage flood-control design
Sacramento-area officials with the Edmonton, Alberta, Canada-based professional services and design consultant company Stantec Inc.
Wed May 15, 2013
AeroMetric Presents USACE with Award for Navajo Housing Authority Project
AeroMetric presented the St. Louis U.S. Army Corps of Engineers with special recognition including an inscribed award and project poster for "Creating an On Target Geospatial Foundation for the Navajo Housing Authority." The award and poster were duplicates of the ones that AeroMetric was honored with the at the MAPPS conference in November 2012.
Tampa Bay Newspapers
Nourishment could begin in September
If all goes as hoped, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers could begin emergency beach nourishment to Sunset Beach and Sunshine Beach in Treasure Island as early as September.
Financial News & Daily Record
Workspace: Joe Miller, senior director of facilities development, JaxPort
Miller, 61, serves as JaxPort senior director of facilities development and served as U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Jacksonville District commander from 1997-2000. During that time he contributed to the development of the Everglades Restoration Plan and Hurricane Georges Emergency Recovery Operation in Puerto Rico.
Tue May 14, 2013
The Jersey Journal
Cost-benefit studies on reducing Rahway River flooding to be ready by September
CRANFORD - Plans to help alleviate flooding in several municipalities in the Rahway River watershed area are moving forward with detailed studies on several proposed projects to be completed by September.