[Project Summary: Forcing Functions Governing Salt Transport Processes in OCS Navigation Canals and the Surrounding Wetland Landscape Using Houma Navigation Canal (HNC) as Surrogate Canal]

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Summary describing the work completed at United States Geological Survey National Wetlands Center for Forcing Functions Governing Salt Transport Processes in OCS Navigation Canals and the Surrounding Wetland Landscape Using Houma Navigation Canal (HNC) as Surrogate Canal. It includes background information on the project funding and sponsorship, goals, methodology, and findings.

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United States Geological Survey National Wetlands Center June 2014.

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  • Main Title: [Project Summary: Forcing Functions Governing Salt Transport Processes in OCS Navigation Canals and the Surrounding Wetland Landscape Using Houma Navigation Canal (HNC) as Surrogate Canal]
  • Added Title: Forcing Functions Governing Salt Transports Processes in Coastal Navigation Canals and Connectivity to Surrounding Marshes in South Louisiana Using Houma Navigation Canal as a Surrogate

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Summary describing the work completed at United States Geological Survey National Wetlands Center for Forcing Functions Governing Salt Transport Processes in OCS Navigation Canals and the Surrounding Wetland Landscape Using Houma Navigation Canal (HNC) as Surrogate Canal. It includes background information on the project funding and sponsorship, goals, methodology, and findings.

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4 p. ; 28 cm.

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  • Accession or Local Control No: 5410
  • Accession or Local Control No: Access Number: 00037
  • Grant Number: M10PG00037
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  • Forcing Functions Governing Salt Transports Processes in Coastal Navigation Canals and Connectivity to Surrounding Wetland Landscapes in South Louisiana Using Houma Navigation Canal as a Surrogate, ark:/67531/metadc955825

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Forcing Functions Governing Salt Transports Processes in Coastal Navigation Canals and Connectivity to Surrounding Wetland Landscapes in South Louisiana Using Houma Navigation Canal as a Surrogate (Text)

Forcing Functions Governing Salt Transports Processes in Coastal Navigation Canals and Connectivity to Surrounding Wetland Landscapes in South Louisiana Using Houma Navigation Canal as a Surrogate

A report describing how buoyancy forcing and mixing from tidal stirring and OCS vessel wakes influence dispersive and advective fluxes through the Houma Navigation Canal and impact of the salt flux on salinity in nearby marshes.

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Forcing Functions Governing Salt Transports Processes in Coastal Navigation Canals and Connectivity to Surrounding Wetland Landscapes in South Louisiana Using Houma Navigation Canal as a Surrogate, ark:/67531/metadc955825

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United States Geological Survey National Wetlands Center. [Project Summary: Forcing Functions Governing Salt Transport Processes in OCS Navigation Canals and the Surrounding Wetland Landscape Using Houma Navigation Canal (HNC) as Surrogate Canal], text, June 2014; United States. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc955433/: accessed November 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.