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Coastal Engineering Manual
Chapter 1-3. History of Coastal Engineering
Military and Civil Engineer Era
United States Army Corps of Engineers - Part-I-Chap-30009
United States Army Corps of Engineers - Part-I-Chap-30010
Table l-3-1. Selected Bibliography of USACE History
Figure I-3-2. Federally maintained deep-draft and small boat harbors with structures (from Hillyer 1996)
Coastal Engineering in the United States1
Nineteenth century coastal engineering.
Early coastal development and shore protection
American Shore and Beach Preservation Association.
Figure I-3-5. Example of wood crib breakwater typical of the construction technique used in the Great Lakes during the late 1800's, in this case from Calumet Harbor, Illinois
The Board on Sand Movement and Beach Erosion.
Figure I-3-7. Construction of the jetty on the east
Figure I-3-8. Atlantic City, New Jersey, at the mout
History of Coastal Engineering
Dalecarlia reservation and World War II.
Figure I-3-11. Jones Island State Park, Long Island, New York, 4 July, 1958.
Evolution of shore protection and the shift from structures to beach nourishment.
Figure I-3-13. The shift from fixed structures to beach restoration and nourishment (from Hillyer 1996)
Coastal Engineering in the Military
Port operations, Republic of Korea.
Rapidly Installed Breakwater System.
References - Part-I-Chap-30032
References (cont) - Part-I-Chap-30033
References (cont) - Part-I-Chap-30034
References (cont) - Part-I-Chap-30035
References (cont) - Part-I-Chap-30036
References (cont) - Part-I-Chap-30037
References (cont) - Part-I-Chap-30038
Acknowledgments - Part-I-Chap-30039
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