Weir Jetty Performance: Hydraulic and Sedimentary Considerations: Hydraulic Model Investigation

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Final report regarding studies of weir jetties as an alternative for jetty design at tidal inlets. "The hydraulic model investigation was performed to study important design parameters for a weir jetty system including weir length, elevation, orientation with respect to the shoreline and the conventional portion of the jetty structure, tidal currents over the weir section, flow patterns in the vicinity of the weir section, sediment movement over the weir and effects of the weir jetty on accretion, and erosion upcoast of the jetty system" (abstract, para. 2).

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[310] p. : ill., maps ; 27 cm.

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Seabergh, William C. March 1983.

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Final report regarding studies of weir jetties as an alternative for jetty design at tidal inlets. "The hydraulic model investigation was performed to study important design parameters for a weir jetty system including weir length, elevation, orientation with respect to the shoreline and the conventional portion of the jetty structure, tidal currents over the weir section, flow patterns in the vicinity of the weir section, sediment movement over the weir and effects of the weir jetty on accretion, and erosion upcoast of the jetty system" (abstract, para. 2).

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[310] p. : ill., maps ; 27 cm.

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Seabergh, William C. Weir Jetty Performance: Hydraulic and Sedimentary Considerations: Hydraulic Model Investigation, report, March 1983; Vicksburg, Mississippi. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc304016/: accessed November 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.