Dredging Operations and Environmental Research Program

Building Tools for Objective Determination of Environmental Windows

Douglas Clarke, Jerald S Ault, Deborah French, Billy Johnson

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Abstract

The role of dredging operations and environmental research (DOER) programs for determination of environmental windows, was discussed. These programs help in the development of models to simulate dredging processes, technologies for characterization of dredging induced perturbations and development of databases that provide access to data. The goal of these development efforts is provision of a complete 'toolbox' for use by biological resource and dredging project managers, whereby environmental windows can be evaluated in terms of need and effectiveness. These tools can predict the effects of various dredging project secenarios, such that if windows are justified, their dates can be determined to provide optimal resource protection.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationDredging, Key Technologies for Global Prosperity
EditorsS. Garbaciak, Jr.
Pages45-57
Number of pages13
StatePublished - Dec 1 2002
Externally publishedYes
EventDredging '02, Key Technologies for Global Prosperity: Proceedings of the Third Specialty Conference on Dredging and Dredged Material Disposal - Orlando, FL, United States
Duration: May 5 2002May 8 2002

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OtherDredging '02, Key Technologies for Global Prosperity: Proceedings of the Third Specialty Conference on Dredging and Dredged Material Disposal
CountryUnited States
CityOrlando, FL
Period5/5/025/8/02

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Clarke, D., Ault, J. S., French, D., & Johnson, B. (2002). Dredging Operations and Environmental Research Program: Building Tools for Objective Determination of Environmental Windows. In S. Garbaciak, Jr. (Ed.), Dredging, Key Technologies for Global Prosperity (pp. 45-57)

Dredging Operations and Environmental Research Program : Building Tools for Objective Determination of Environmental Windows. / Clarke, Douglas; Ault, Jerald S; French, Deborah; Johnson, Billy.

Dredging, Key Technologies for Global Prosperity. ed. / S. Garbaciak, Jr. 2002. p. 45-57.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Clarke, D, Ault, JS, French, D & Johnson, B 2002, Dredging Operations and Environmental Research Program: Building Tools for Objective Determination of Environmental Windows. in S Garbaciak, Jr. (ed.), Dredging, Key Technologies for Global Prosperity. pp. 45-57, Dredging '02, Key Technologies for Global Prosperity: Proceedings of the Third Specialty Conference on Dredging and Dredged Material Disposal, Orlando, FL, United States, 5/5/02.
Clarke D, Ault JS, French D, Johnson B. Dredging Operations and Environmental Research Program: Building Tools for Objective Determination of Environmental Windows. In Garbaciak, Jr. S, editor, Dredging, Key Technologies for Global Prosperity. 2002. p. 45-57
Clarke, Douglas ; Ault, Jerald S ; French, Deborah ; Johnson, Billy. / Dredging Operations and Environmental Research Program : Building Tools for Objective Determination of Environmental Windows. Dredging, Key Technologies for Global Prosperity. editor / S. Garbaciak, Jr. 2002. pp. 45-57
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