Section 933 evaluation report : Thimble Shoal and Atlantic Ocean channels. Resort strip Virginia Beach, Virginia
Corporate Authors:United States, Army., Corps of Engineers., Norfolk District,
Beach Erosion/Management/Virginia/Virginia Beach
Beach Nourishment/Costs/Virginia/Virginia Beach
Beach Nourishment/Environmental Aspects/Virginia/Virginia Beach
Beach Nourishment/Virginia/Virginia Beach
Dredging Spoil//Waste Disposal/Planning/Virginia/Virginia Beach Region
Description:Introduction -- Resources and economy of the study area -- Problems, needs, and opportunities -- Plan evaluation -- Conclusions -- Recommendations -- Appendix A. Cost estimates -- Appendix B. Benefit evaluation -- Appendix C. Hydrology and hydraulics -- Appendix D. Pertinent correspondence -- Appendix E. Fish and wildlife coordination act planning aid report.
Appendix E. Fish and wildlife coordination act planning aid report : environmental effects of beach nourishment at nine selected Virginia beaches : analysis of the Army Corps of Engineers Plans (July 1989) / prepared fur U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Norfolk District ; prepared by Elizabeth Block.
"The purpose of this study is to determine the Federal interest in participating in the cost of placing suitable material from Thimble Shoal and Atlantic Ocean Channels ... on the resort beach at Virginia Beach rather than depositing it in an offshore disposal area. The evaluation report will consider only that material to be provided from the 55-foot-deep outbound channels which are part of the Norfolk Harbor and Channels, Virginia, project."--Page 1.
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