Summary of preliminary feasibility studies for Great Lakes connecting channels and harbors study
Corporate Authors:United States, Army., Corps of Engineers., Detroit District,
Channels (Hydraulic Engineering)
Inland Water Transportation
Channels (Hydraulic Engineering)/Planning/Great Lakes (North America)
Channels/Navigation/Great Lakes (North America)
Harbors/Planning/Great Lakes (North America)
Inland Water Transportation/Planning/Great Lakes (North America)
Navigation/Great Lakes (North America)
Water Levels/Great Lakes (North America)
Description:Section I. The study and report -- Section II. Problem identification -- Section III. Formulation of alternative plans -- Section IV. Assessment and evaluation of preliminary plans -- Section V. Comparison of plans -- Section VI. Summary and conclusions.
"The study is to determine the feasibility of further commercial navigation improvements to the connecting channels, locks, and harbors on the upper four Great Lakes, and the extent of any federal interest. Preliminary feasibility studies have been completed. In response to the commercial navigation proglems, needs, and opportunities, several alternative structural plans were evaluated ... A non-structural plan ... and a No action plan were also evaluated."--Syllabus.
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