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Summary form only given. Meandering waterways experience significant erosion and sedimentation especially during floods when the flow quantity considerably increases. Rivers and streams with sharp bents are regularly exposed to damages along their path as the speeding water flow erodes the concave side of the bent and deposits sedimentation on the convex… (More)
Erosion and sedimentation at curved sections along waterways constitute a major soil stability challenge. The Mohawk River in New York and its two major tributaries (the Schoharie Creek and West Canada Creek) are illustration of how severe this problem could be. The riverbanks are continuously exposed to erosion and sedimentation, which compromise its… (More)
Businesses operating facilities with environmental focus dealing with waste, contamination, or pollution are legally required to detail their degree of compliance with environmental rules and regulations, and to report on their activities to the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Such activities include substances related to air pollution,… (More)
The cross section and profile of waterways are constantly subjected to alteration due to changes in flow volume and velocity. Banks and beds of waterways could experience excessive scouring especially at locations with sharp bents. At these locations, the soil constituting the cross section of the waterway could be subjected to considerable degradation,… (More)
LiDAR data can be used in many engineering applications. These applications include, but are not limited to, highway engineering, land development, pipeline mapping and leak detection, power line mapping, cell tower mapping, forestry, mining, flood study, coast erosion, etc. The State of New York (NYS) has collected LiDAR data that cover significant area of… (More)
Egypt has one of the oldest civilizations of the world. Its history is rich with events and its land still hides a lot of mystery. With the Mediterranean Sea to the north and the Red Sea to the east, Egypt enjoys a strategic location on the map of the world. Many of the monuments and temples constructed thousands of years ago still stand, and are… (More)