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Recolonization of the Mill-Quinnipiac River Disposal Mound (MQR)

results of a REMOTS survey, August 1992

by Peggy M. Murray

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Published by U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, New England Division in Waltham, MA .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Other titlesDisposal area monitoring system DAMOS.
Statementsubmitted to Regulatory Division, New England Division, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers ; prepared by P.M. Murray ; submitted by Science Applications International Corportation
SeriesContribution -- #104, SAIC -- no. C107, SAIC report -- no. SAIC C107.
ContributionsUnited States. Army. Corps of Engineers. New England Division, Science Applications International Corporation
The Physical Object
Paginationv, 25, [8] p. :
Number of Pages25
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24362489M
OCLC/WorldCa34341152


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Recolonization of the Mill-Quinnipiac River Disposal Mound (MQR) by Peggy M. Murray Download PDF EPUB FB2

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AU - Science Applications International Corporation. A field survey at the MiII-Quinnipiac River Disposal Mound (MaR) was conducted to assess the recolonization status one year a reconnaissance survey indicated an. Biological and chemical monitoring results from the Mill-Quinnipiac River Disposal Mound (MQR) have indicated slow, and perhaps retrograde, recolonization rates relative to other mounds formed.

Recolonization of the Mill-Quinnipiac River Disposal Mound (MQR): results of a REMOTS survey, August View Metadata By: Murray, Peggy M. - Science Applications International Corporation.

Murray, P.M. Recolonization of the Mill-Quinnipiac River Disposal Mound (MQR), Results of the REMOTS Survey, August DAMOS Contribution No. U.S.

Army Corps of Engineers, New England Division, Waltham, MA, 25 pp. Murray, P.M. Sediment Core Chemistry Data Summary from the MQR Mound, August & December DAMOS Contribution No. (2) Disposal site was at the mouth of Columbia River draining into the I28 ' I ' " ' STUDY A R E A 46O PAClFlC ACape Blanco 43" OCEAN ~ ~~~~~ Pt.

George P \ i CALIFORNIA 10 0 Fig. Location of study area, Columbia River disposal site, Oregon. (From T. Wright, ) Pacific Ocean. Riverbend is a regional facility that provides professional and safe disposal and convenient recycling services for Yamhill County and neighboring communities.

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The REMOTS images show dredged material layers exceeding the prism penetration depth both on the mound and extending approximately m farther west, south, and southeast than indicated by the bathymetric data.

Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Full text of "Monitoring cruise at the New London disposal site, Volume II, Seawolf Mound. Based on the past disposal at MBDS, as well as deep water sites (>m) in Puget Sound, we can predict that the dredged material will form a well-defined mound at these depths and that capping can be viable means of containing unsuitable sediments at these sites.

Recolonization of the Mill-Quinnipiac River Disposal Mound book SUBJECT TERMS capping disposal mound MBDS sediments bathymetry Disposal mounds will decrease in height within the first weeks following disposal because of compaction of the deposit The topographic relief of the mound is typically modified by currents diverging and accelerating over its apex and, upon beginning of recolonization, by bioturbation and bioerosion (SAIC, in prep.).

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Six months after disposal, the silt cap was substantially altered with extensive slumping of the flanks, flattening of the top of the mound, and loss of material from the disposal site.

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State I (opportunistic) species are the redomi- nant infaunal successional stage on the disposal mound and throughout the disposal site, suggesting relatively actibottom conditions.

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