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Table 1: Estimated Average Number of Annual Trips Made by
Commercial Fishing Vessels through Oregon Inlet, for the
Periods 1984-1986 and 1999-2001
Table 2: Performance of the Eight Jetty Projects Incorporating
Table 3: Approved Oregon Inlet Dredging Operations That Were
Not Performed for Some of the Fiscal Years from 1990
Table 4: Comparison of Estimated Annual Benefits and Costs of
Alternatives for Achieving a 20-Foot-Deep Navigation
Channel for Oregon Inlet
Table 5: Summary of Information in U.S. Coast Guard
Investigation Files on Vessel Losses at Oregon Inlet,
1961 through 1986
Table 6: Listing of Vessel Losses and Deaths Attributed to
Conditions at Oregon Inlet, June 28, 1986, through
November 27, 2001
Table 7: Listing of Vessel Damages Attributed to Conditions
at Oregon Inlet between June 28, 1986, and
September 30, 2001
Table 8: Key Characteristics of the Proposed Oregon Inlet Jetty
Project and Similar Completed Jetty Projects
Figure 1: Oregon Inlet's Location Along the North Carolina and
Figure 2: Aerial View of Oregon Inlet on September 18, 2001
Figure 3: The Corps' Proposed Design for the Oregon Inlet Jetty
Project as of September 2001
Figure 4: Funding Requested, Approved, and Expended for
Dredging the Oregon Inlet Ocean Bar Navigation Channel,
Fiscal Years 1990 through 2001
Figure 5: The Weir in the North Jetty at Masonboro Inlet, North
Figure 6: The Dual Jetty Project at Colorado River Inlet, Texas
GAO-02-803 Oregon Inlet Jetty Project
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United States. General Accounting Office. Oregon Inlet Jetty Project: Environmental and Economic Concerns Need to Be Resolved, report, September 30, 2002; Washington D.C.. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc293867/m1/4/: accessed February 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.