Habitat Development Field Investigations, Windmill Point Marsh Development Site, James River, Virginia: Summary Report

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This summary report is part of a series documenting the field site investigations conducted by the Habitat Development Project initiated to study for more definitive information on the environmental impact of dredging and dredged material disposal operations. This report documents tasks such as: (a) Effects of Marsh and Terrestrial Disposal, (b) Marsh Development, (c) Terrestrial Habitat Development, (d) Aquatic Habitat Development, and (e) Island Habitat Development.

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116 p. : ill., maps ; 28 cm.

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Lunz, John D.; Zeigler, Timothy W.; Huffman, Robert T.; Diaz, Robert J.; Clairain, Ellis J. & Hunt, L. Jean August 1978.

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This summary report is part of a series documenting the field site investigations conducted by the Habitat Development Project initiated to study for more definitive information on the environmental impact of dredging and dredged material disposal operations. This report documents tasks such as: (a) Effects of Marsh and Terrestrial Disposal, (b) Marsh Development, (c) Terrestrial Habitat Development, (d) Aquatic Habitat Development, and (e) Island Habitat Development.

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116 p. : ill., maps ; 28 cm.

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  • Appendix D. Environmental Impacts of Marsh Development With Dredged Material: Botany, Soils, Aquatic Biology, and Wildlife, ark:/67531/metadc957899
  • Appendix F. Environmental Impacts of Marsh Development With Dredged Material: Sediment and Water Quality, Volume 2. Substrate and Chemical Flux Characteristics of a Dredged Material Marsh, ark:/67531/metadc957900
  • Habitat Development Field Investigations, Windmill Point Marsh Development Site, James River, Virginia: Appendix B, ark:/67531/metadc1475780
  • Habitat Development Field Investigations, Windmill Point Marsh Development Site, James River, Virginia: Appendix A, ark:/67531/metadc1475706

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Habitat Development Field Investigations, Windmill Point Marsh Development Site, James River, Virginia: Appendix D (Report)

Habitat Development Field Investigations, Windmill Point Marsh Development Site, James River, Virginia: Appendix D

This report follows the Windmill Point marsh habitat development project. The marsh was constructed in the James River between November 1974 and February 1975, then studied for benthic invertebrates, fish, wildlife, plants and soil characteristics from the summer of 1976 to fall of 1977.

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Appendix D. Environmental Impacts of Marsh Development With Dredged Material: Botany, Soils, Aquatic Biology, and Wildlife, ark:/67531/metadc957899

Habitat Development Field Investigations, Windmill Point Marsh Development Site, James River, Virginia: Appendix F, Volume 2 (Report)

Habitat Development Field Investigations, Windmill Point Marsh Development Site, James River, Virginia: Appendix F, Volume 2

From preface: "This report contains the results of investigations of the chemical and sedimentological characteristics of the James River Artificial Habitat Development Site and a reference marsh near Windmill Point, Virginia. Studies were conducted in the channel before dredging and during site construction as well as at specific time intervals after marsh development."

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Appendix F. Environmental Impacts of Marsh Development With Dredged Material: Sediment and Water Quality, Volume 2. Substrate and Chemical Flux Characteristics of a Dredged Material Marsh, ark:/67531/metadc957900

Habitat Development Field Investigations, Windmill Point Marsh Development Site, James River, Virginia: Appendix B (Report)

Habitat Development Field Investigations, Windmill Point Marsh Development Site, James River, Virginia: Appendix B

Appendix detailing the results of experiments conducted on the propagation of vegetation at the James River Habitat Development Site, in addition to results of laboratory germination tests of all the species of seeds used at the Site. This appendix accompanies the final report of the habitat field investigations of the Windmill Point Marsh Development Site, James River, Virginia.

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Habitat Development Field Investigations, Windmill Point Marsh Development Site, James River, Virginia: Appendix B, ark:/67531/metadc1475780

Habitat Development Field Investigations, Windmill Point Marsh Development Site, James River, Virginia: Appendix A (Report)

Habitat Development Field Investigations, Windmill Point Marsh Development Site, James River, Virginia: Appendix A

Appendix containing an assessment of vegetation on a dredged material island located near Windmill Point in the freshwater tidal reach of the James River. It accompanies a report on habitat development field investigations of the Windmill Point Marsh Development Site, James River, Virginia.

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Habitat Development Field Investigations, Windmill Point Marsh Development Site, James River, Virginia: Appendix A, ark:/67531/metadc1475706

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Lunz, John D.; Zeigler, Timothy W.; Huffman, Robert T.; Diaz, Robert J.; Clairain, Ellis J. & Hunt, L. Jean. Habitat Development Field Investigations, Windmill Point Marsh Development Site, James River, Virginia: Summary Report, report, August 1978; Washington D.C.. (https://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc957898/: accessed July 18, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, https://digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.