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Critical evaluation of stream restoration practice: A Western New York case study
To address degradation caused by past anthropogenic actions (e.g., stream channelization, installation of dams and levees), stream restoration activities have occurred in the U.S. and worldwide with the goal of returning ...
Analysis of dam removal decision variables for the Onondaga Dam
This study uses qualitative and quantitative analyses to examine the interconnections between values related to physical, biological, and social processes in dam removal decision making. Previous studies on dam removal ...
A Probabilistic Reasoning Approach for Constructing Underground Water Maps with Varying Local Hydraulic Conductivity
The ability to design and efficiently employ groundwater distribution models plays an important role in the development and application of regional water management policies and resource exploration. This paper presents a ...
The effect of nonideal sorption on contaminant transport in groundwater and vapor: Statistical and modeling tools
The objective of this dissertation was to develop statistical and modeling tools that can support the analysis of subsurface remediation applications characterized by nonideal sorption. These tools included methods for ...