Restoring and protecting marine habitat: the role of engineering and technology
National Research Council (U.S.). Committee on the Role of Technology in Marine Habitat Protection and Enhancement
National Academy Press, 1994 - Business & Economics - 193 pages
Annotation The results of a study by the Marine Board of the National Research Council address the role of technology in protecting and restoring marine habitat. Subjects include degradation of marine habitats due to natural and human processes, scientific and engineering perspectives on habitat management, engineering practices in coastal zones, and assessment criteria. Includes case studies. Lacks an index. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
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achieved application areas artificial reefs assessment barrier islands beach nourishment bioengineering channel Chesapeake Bay coast coastal engineering coastal habitats coastal zone construction Corps of Engineers costs criteria Dauphin Island decisionmaking degradation directional drilling ecological economic ecosystem effects engineering capabilities engineering practices engineering technology enhancement environmental erosion established estuary evaluation example factors Fish and Wildlife fisheries funding geotextiles habitat losses impacts implementation improve intertidal Landin long-term loss Louisiana mangrove marine habitat management marine habitat protection marine habitat restoration marsh ment mitigation multidisciplinary natural functions NMFS offshore physical planning potential processes professional programs project objectives project performance protection and restoration regulation regulatory requirements responsibilities restoration and creation restoration projects restoration technology result sand scientific and engineering sea level rise Seabrook Island seagrass sediments shrimp species stabilization structures substrates success technical techniques tidal tion U.S. Army Corps underwater berms USACE USFWS vegetation water quality