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Geochemical and sedimentological study of the dredged material deposit in the New York Bight

Geochemical and sedimentological study of the dredged material deposit in the New York Bight

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Office of Marine Pollution Assessment in Boulder, Colo .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Marine sediments -- New York Bight (N.J. and N.Y.) -- Analysis.,
  • Dredging spoil -- New York Bight (N.J. and N.Y.)

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesGeochemical & sedimentological study of dredged material deposit in New York Bight.
    StatementR. Dayal ... [et al.].
    SeriesNOAA technical memorandum OMPA -- 3.
    ContributionsDayal, R., United States. Office of Marine Pollution Assessment., State University of New York at Stony Brook. Marine Sciences Research Center., Brookhaven National Laboratory. Dept. of Nuclear Energy.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 174 p. :
    Number of Pages174
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17825749M

    placement of Dredged Material in the San Francisco Bay Region () Cedar Bayou, Texas DMMP Galveston District () DMMP Brazos Island Harbor, Texas Channel Improvement Study Final Integrated Feasibility Report and Environmental Assessment () New York–New Jersey Harbor Estuary Program RegionalAuthor: Michelle Welch, Eric Thomas Mogren, Lauren Beeney.   Recognizing that local stakeholders are keen to use more of the sediment that is dredged in the Solent beneficially, ABPmer has been commissioned by the Solent Forum to .


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Geochemical and sedimentological study of the dredged material deposit in the New York Bight Download PDF EPUB FB2

A variety of sediment types were identified in sediment cores taken at the dredged material dumpsite in the New York Bight.

Black sandy mud is characterist The sedimentological investigation indicates that largescale differentiation of dumped material occurs at the by: 8. Geochemical and sedimentological study of the dredged material deposit in the New York Bight.

Boulder, Colo.: U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Office of Marine Pollution Assessment, A Geochemical and sedimentological study of the dredged material deposit in the New York Bight / By R.

Dayal, Brookhaven National Laboratory. Dept. of Nuclear Energy., State University of New York at Stony Brook. Citations for sources of data entered in the Contaminated Sediments Database for Long Island Sound and New York Bight.

Alanen, M.I.,The sedimentology, morphology, and effects of dredging in the Housatonic River Estuary, Connecticut: Middletown, CT.

Sedimentological study of the dredged material Geochemical and sedimentological study of the dredged material deposit in the New York Bight book in the New York Bight. Environ. Geol., 4, Gill, J.W., Beneficial uses of dredged material in habitat Feasibility study for utilizing dredged material from Norfolk harbour deepening for beach fill: Fort story at Cape Henry, Virginia beach, Virginia.

A Geochemical and Sedimentological Study of the Dredged Material Deposit in the New York Bight. U.S. Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Office of Marine Pollution Assessment, Boulder, CO (JABERRT # ). Section of the Marine Protection, Research, and Sanctuaries Act of (MPRSA), Public Lawrequires that all proposed operations involving the transportation and discharge of dredged material into ocean waters be evaluated to determine the potential environmental impact of.

The New York Bight is a 39, km 2 sector of the Middle Atlantic continental shelf. It is named after the right angle bend in the Atlantic shoreline at the entrance to New York Harbor. The Bight consists of a part of the Atlantic Ocean offshore of the New York and New Jersey metropolitan area (Fig.

1Fig. 2).Cited by: 7. Two different methods were generally used to dredge and transport sediments from channels to open-water sites: (1) hydraulic cutterhead suction dredge Geochemical and sedimentological study of the dredged material deposit in the New York Bight book transfer of the sediments via a connecting pipeline; and (2) clamshell bucket dredge with transfer of the sediments via towed bottom-release scows.

Each produced a distinctly different deposit. “Dredged materials are soil or excavated material with different parts of mineral and organic properties, which accumulate in or on the waterbodies in the course of waterway maintenance and expansion for warranty of safety and easiness of shipping traffic as well as discharge.”.

Author(s) A. Maher1, A. Sarmad2 & M. Jafari1. Abstract. As a result of the ban on ocean dumping of dredged sediments, the States of New York and New Jersey have embarked on a rigorous program Geochemical and sedimentological study of the dredged material deposit in the New York Bight book seeking environmentally friendly solutions to the handling of dredged material, including the beneficial use of stabilized dredged material (SDM) in roadway by: 1.

A Geochemical and Sedimentological Study of the Dredged Material Deposit in the New York Bight, February R. Dayal, M.G.

Heaton, M. Fuhrmann, T.W. Duedall NOAA Technical Memorandum OMPA-3 55 Distribution and Abundance of Benthic Organisms in the New York - New Jersey Outer Continental Shelf, December In December28, m3 of sediment was dredged from two sites within the harbour at Coffs Harbour, NSW.

Dredging was carried out using a trailing suction hopper-dredge which transported the spoil to a shallow (6 m) site within the adjacent Solitary Islands Marine Park for disposal. Spine title: Geochemical & sedimentological study of dredged material deposit in New York Bight Topic: Marine sediments New York Bight (N.J.

and N.Y.) Analysis. Geochemical Mapping of Bottom Sediments as an Aid to Marine Waste Disposal MARINE DUMPING OF DREDGED SPOILS Apart from large constructional projects on land, land reclamation, dredging and disposal of dredged materials are among the most important activities affecting the coastal waters of Hong by: dredged soil would require careful study, as the material is far more poorly than their land counterparts, and that the deployment of equipment and workforce in a coastal environment is understandably more challenging.

Disposal of dredged marine soils (DMS) The traditional handling of dredged materials isAuthor: Chee-Ming Chan. The major sources of contaminants to the New York Bight apex in were sewage sludge and dredged spoils dumping and the outflow of the Hudson-Raritan estuary.

Metal distributions were determined in sediments collected during a survey and metal enrichment factors, based on ratios of trace metals to iron, were used to distinguish fates of sewage sludge and dredged spoils dumped in.

New York, USA Abstract As a result of the ban on ocean dumping of dredged sediments, the States of New York and New Jersey have embarked on a rigorous program of seeking environmentally friendly solutions to the handling of dredged material, including the beneficial use of stabilized dredged material (SDM) in roadway applications.

This Regional Implementation Manual for the Evaluation of Dredged Material Proposed for Disposal in New England Waters, or RIM, was prepared by EPA Region 1, New England in cooperation with the New England District (CENAE) of the U.S.

Army Corps of Engineers. Science Applications Corporation (SAIC),Results of marine environmental monitoring surveys in the expanded mud dump area within the New York bight Duringprepared for the U.S.

Army Corps of Engineers - New York District,) under Delivery Order 5, Contract No. DACWD   USGS studies in the New York Bight Describes and provides links to USGS research in the location of the estuary and coast of Long Island, New York, to map the sea floor and to study sediment transport, contaminants, and sand resources and coastal vulnerability.

Volcano monitoring at Yellowstone National Park. Response of Benthic Infauna and Epifauna to Ocean Disposal of Red Clay Dredged Material in the New York Bight: A Study Using Sediment-Profile Imaging, Surface Imaging and Traditional Methods. Beneficial Reuse of Dredged Material Page 1 Executive Summary In this staff report, we present guidelines for testing requirements and evaluation of test results for the placement of dredge materials in beneficial reuse environments.

The beneficial reuse options addressed. These include (1) the Marine Ecosystems Analysis (MESA) Program initiated in by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) with particular emphasis on the disposal of wastes (including dredged materials) in the New York Bight and lower New York Harbor (Ecological Stress, ~; (2) the Dredged Material Research Program (DMRP) a five-year, $million program.

The book begins with a chapter introducing the broad picture of the global geochemical cycles, and proceeds to treat in more detail the individual processes responsible for the major fluxes of materials on land, in waters, and, to a lesser degree, in the atmosphere.

The subsequent chapters deal with the following subjects: transport of dissolved and suspended materials; controls of the chemical Cited by: dredged materials and input requirements for selected fate of dredged material models.

There are numerous models that have been developed or are being developed that require information regarding geotechnical properties and material characteristics for dredged material.

BACKGROUND: The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) is responsible for. Guidelines for the assessment of dredge material for disposal in Irish waters _____ Marine Environment and Health Series, No. 24, Necessity for a new system 11 Development of sediment quality guidelines (SQGs) 12 Derivation of chemical guidance values 12 New guidance values for File Size: 3MB.

Supplement to the Environmental Impact Statement on the New York Dredged Material Disposal Site Designation for the Designation of the Historic Area Remediation Site (BARS) in the New York Bight Apex U.

Environmental Protection Agency, Region 2 New York City, New York Comments on this administrative action should be addressed to; Mr. Robert Hargrove, Chief Strategic Planning &.

New federal and state laws and agency regulations have had a significant impact on traditional approaches to dredged material disposal. For example, in the early s the number of authorized open-water disposal sites in the bay area was reduced from 13 to 3: one near Carquinez Strait, one in San Pablo Bay, and one near Alcatraz in the central bay.

Cambridge Core - Sedimentology and Stratigraphy - The Biomarker Guide - by K. PetersCited by: Nearshore waste disposal. New York: Wiley, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: GEOCHEMICAL PROCESSES; Hydrocarbons in Southern California Municipal Wastes and their Input to Coastal Waters; PHYSICAL PROCESSES; Energetics of Dredged-Material Dumping in the New York Bight.

Purposes of dredging. Capital dredging: dredging carried out to create a new harbour, berth or waterway, or to deepen existing facilities in order to allow larger ships e capital works usually involve hard material or high-volume works, the work is usually done using a cutter suction dredge or large trailing suction hopper dredge; but for rock works, drilling and blasting along.

Dredging projects primarily consist of three steps. The first is to remove sediment from a waterbody using either mechanical or hydraulic methods. The second step is to process the dredged material, including dewatering and transportation from the removal site to a location for use or disposal.

The third step is placement of the dredged Size: 1MB. Effect of ocean dumping on "C/'2C ratios in marine sediments from the New York Bight. Effect of sediment pH and oxidation-reduction potential on PCB mineralization. Effects of salinity on the metal sorption onto organic particulate matter.

Effects of sewage sludge on the marine environment: a case study in Liverpool Author: Victor o- Ibar. The regulations for dredged material disposal in U.S.

waterways and oceans are complex, and are managed jointly by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) and EPA. The USACE and EPA, in conjunction with a number of states, have developed guidance documents to support the decision making associated dredged material management.

Chemical quality of water from community systems in New York, November to May / (Albany, N.Y.: U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Geological Survey, Water Resources Division, ), by James A. Ziarno, Robert H. Cartwright, and New York (State).

Department of Health (page images at HathiTrust). An in-house study of ocean dumping impact in the New York Bight will provide information essential to proper management of ocean disposal sites. The purpose of the project is to develop a predictive capability to describe the fate of sewage sludge dis- charged from.

Click here to see site maps Summary The identification and permitting of suitable dredged material management areas for the Atlantic Intracoastal and Okeechobee Waterways in Florida has become increasingly difficult. This has resulted from the nature of dredging, the requirements of handling and storing dredged material, and the environmentally sensitive and rapidly developing areas in which.

physical and chemical testing of dredged material Testing is frequently required to characterize the physical and chemical properties of sediments proposed for dredging and disposal. The following information supplements Section of the Green Book. The studies include: 1) stratigraphic and sedimentological analyses to examine the placement of sediment and its consolidation history; and 2) process studies to estimate the dispersion of the discharged sediments in the water column, the mass movement of fluidized deposits, and the resuspension and erosion of sediments from the deposits.

Conference of New England Governors pdf Water Resources Council,Final report New England/New York long range dredge management study: Conference of New England Governors, Boston, Massachusetts, 77 p.Designing a Dredging Sediment Sampling and Analysis Plan.

By following this guidance and TOGS In-Water and Riparian Management of Download pdf and Dredged Material ( KB PDF), as appropriate, applicants proposing to dredge should be able to create an approvable sediment sampling plan.

A flowchart has been provided, to allow the applicant to easily follow the sediment sampling plan process.dredge 1 (drĕj) n. 1. Any of various machines equipped ebook scooping or suction devices ebook used to deepen harbors and waterways and in underwater mining.

2. Nautical A boat or barge equipped with a dredge. 3. An implement consisting of a net on a frame, used for gathering shellfish. v. dredged, dredging, dredges 1. To clean, deepen, or widen.