US Army Corps of Engineers
Transatlantic Division

News Stories

  • November

    CRSO: Introducing the affected environment

    Essential to the National Environmental Policy Act process and the comparison of the alternatives under consideration is the development of the Affected Environment and Environmental Consequences sections of the environmental impact statement.
  • CRSO: Operating dams to support fish passage

    The Corps and Reclamation operate Hungry Horse, Libby, Albeni Falls, Grand Coulee and Dworshak dams to store water to reduce flood damages downstream and deliver water for irrigation, among other purposes. However, storing water can interrupt the seasonal river flow patterns.
  • Scogin named Nashville District Employee of the Month for October 2019

    NASHVILLE, Tenn. (Nov. 22, 2019) – Melissa Scogin, an administrative support assistant in the Contracting Branch, is the Nashville District Employee of the Month for October 2019.
  • Army Corps’ New York District Hosts Two-Day Career Fair

    For the second time this year, the New York District hosted a two-day Career Fair in Lower Manhattan for college students, recent graduates and other professionals to fill positions in a variety of disciplines.
  • Defining the Environment under NEPA

    The National Environmental Policy Act requires federal agencies to evaluate each of the alternatives thoroughly to support comparisons about their implementation and their impacts on resources in natural and physical environments.