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Archive: 2012
  • January

    CHL researcher co-developer of sediment budget equations

    ERDC Coastal and Hydraulics Laboratory (CHL) researcher Dr. Julie Rosati, a research hydraulic engineer, recently co-authored technical note "Sediment Budget Possibilities and Improbabilities." The article is scheduled to appear inCoastal Engineering, Volume 60, in February.
  • CHL researcher co-developer of sediment budget equations

    Jan. 6, 2012ContactPublic Affairs Office601-634-3188VICKSBURG, Miss. — ERDC Coastal and Hydraulics
  • Power teams rapidly deploy to help east coast communities

    Recently, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers emergency response personnel deployed to various states in the eastern U.S. to help with response and recovery efforts after Hurricane Irene left a path of destruction from North Carolina to Vermont. This was the first time USACE deployed multiple power teams and their resources to multiple states simultaneously.
  • Citizen scientists key to success for Bald Eagle survey

    SAN FRANCISCO (Jan. 3, 2012) -- A key annual event in the recovery of Bald Eagle populations takes place January 4-18, when hundreds of citizen scientists take to the field for the 34th annual Midwinter Bald Eagle Survey. "The survey is a true public-private partnership with hundreds of volunteer citizen scientists taking part, in addition to federal, state, and NGO (Non-Government Organization) biologists. Forty-three states continue to actively participate, with over 740 standardized survey routes across the country," said Wade Eakle, the 2012 national survey coordinator and an ecologist for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, or USACE.
  • USACE Galveston District employees Building Strong in Afghanistan

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Galveston District, has been a supporter of the war efforts in both Iraq and Afghanistan, contributing dedicated military and government personnel to war zones for more than a decade.