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Fri Mar 21 17:06:30 2014 UTClccn-n878511870.00Engineer Department letters received relating to the United States Military Academy, 1819-1866 /0.811.00Views and recommendations of state of California on survey report of Chief of Engineers, Department of the Army, for navigation, Dana Point Harbor, Dana Point, California153701267n 878511872389745OCEUnited States. Army. Chief of EngineersUnited States. Army. Corps of Engineers. Office of the Chief of EngineersUnited States. Army. Office, Chief of EngineersUnited States. Chief of EngineersUnited States. Department of the Army. Office of the Chief of EngineersUnited States. Office of the Chief of EngineersUnited States. Army. Corps of EngineersUnited States. Department of the ArmycontainsVIAFID/138656396United States. War Department. Office of the Chief of Engineerslccn-n79084108United StatesWar Departmentlccn-n81014058Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (U.S.)lccn-n79069640United StatesArmyCorps of Engineerslccn-n79124711United StatesBoard of Engineers for Rivers and Harborslccn-n79137991Environmental Laboratory (U.S. Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station)lccn-n85185939United StatesCongressHouseCommittee on Rivers and Harborslccn-n82074296United StatesShipping Boardlccn-n82138249United StatesCongressSenateCommittee on Environment and Public Workslccn-n82069864United StatesMaritime Commissionlccn-n79063202United StatesArmyUnited StatesArmyOffice of the Chief of EngineersRulesHandbooks, manuals, etcBiographyPeriodicalsMapsInterviewsSurveysUnited StatesUnited States.--Army.--Office of the Chief of EngineersMilitary appointmentsUnited States.--Army.--Corps of EngineersFlorida--Caloosahatchee River WatershedReservoirs--Design and constructionRestoration ecology--PlanningEstuarine area conservation--PlanningReservoirs--Environmental aspectsGeologyZoologyDiscoveries in geographyNavigationOhio RiverPublic worksPaleontologyUnited States.--ArmyMontanaFlowers, Robert BIce on rivers, lakes, etcUnited States--Black HillsTravelAsbestos abatement industryAsbestos in buildingUnited States--Yellowstone National ParkRoofs--Maintenance and repairBuilding materialsFreezing rainIcing (Meteorology)Electrical engineeringElectric network analysisGeneralsPotter, William E.,BotanyHydraulicsHarborsPanama--Panama CanalShore protectionBeach erosionSoil chemistryEngineeringSoil freezingFlood controlHarbors--Traffic controlHydraulic structuresObject-oriented programming (Computer science)Value analysis (Cost control)Panama--CristóbalPanama--BalboaHydrologic models1832185118551862186318641865186718701871187318741875187618771878187918801881188218831884188518871888188918901891189218931895189618971898189919001901190219031904190519061907190819091910191119121913191419151916191719181920192119221923192419251926192719281929193019311932193319341935193619371938193919401941194219431944194519461947194819491950195119521953195419551956195719581959196019611962196319641965196619671968196919701971197219731974197519761977197819791980198119821983198419851986198719881989199019911992199319941995199619971998199920012002200320042005200620072008201120122079229263350917.839GB2405ocn009221006ocn008012686ocn007904654ocn008046217ocn007904675ocn007855174ocn008181786ocn008126744ocn008117125ocn008151121ocn008059002ocn008059425ocn008059266ocn008059936ocn008059864ocn008069743ocn008069589ocn008059522ocn008069542ocn008069812ocn866294348ocn8661620325153ocn743216900book20110.66United StatesCaloosahatchee River (C-43) West Basin Storage Reservoir Project communication from the Chief Engineer, the Department of Defense, transmitting the final integrated project implementation report and final environmental impact statement41810ocn001025064book19160.86United StatesThe Ohio River : charts, drawings, and description of features affecting navigation : War Department rules and regulations for the river and its tributaries : navigable depths and tables of distances for tributariesRules2393ocn271676440file19920.84Asbestos abatement guideline detail sheets2222ocn063109610com19950.88Korhonen, C. JRoof blisters cause and cureBlisters are a major problem of built-up roof membranes. They are caused by voids built into the roof during construction. They develop into the characteristic dome-shaped humps by a breathing action driven by thermal cycling. A small pressure relief vent was patented by CRREL as a cost-effective way to repair blisters. Though these vents cannot prevent blisters from forming, they can lengthen a roof's service life by repairing the blisters before they break. Two demonstration projects were conducted to transfer the blister vent technology to the military community. Most participants in the demonstration projects found the vent easy to use and that it performed as designed. The main objection to the vent was its price. (MM)2212ocn063108731file19960.88Jones, Kathleen FIce accretion in freezing rain2043ocn263150849file19930.88Network analysis systems guideHandbooks, manuals, etc1761ocn000732673book18750.79United StatesReport of a reconnaissance of the Black Hills of Dakota, made in the summer of 1874Surveys1724ocn001983879book19430.88Mathematical Tables Project (U.S.)Hydraulic tables1613ocn000732692book18760.79United StatesReport of a reconnaissance from Carroll, Montana Territory, on the upper Missouri, to the Yellowstone National Park, and return, made in the summer of 18751392ocn021961243book19890.84Shoreline Erosion Control Demontration [sic] Program revisited1352ocn032765995book19950.88Marion, Giles MFreeze-thaw processes and soil chemistry1353ocn026222795serial0.93EIRS bulletinPeriodicals1312ocn229161453file20050.81U.S. Army Topographic Engineering CenterU.S. Army, Corps Engineers, civil works activitiesMaps1291ocn271244773com19830.86Potter, William EMajor General William E. Potter, USA, retiredBiography1291ocn057680194file19870.86Value engineering officer's operational guideHandbooks, manuals, etc1281ocn034762418book19960.84Hinckley, John AObject-GAWSER : object-oriented Guelph all-weather storm-event runoff model : phase I, training manual : application of object-oriented simulation to hydrologic modelingHydrologic models are currently used to understand the economic and ecological imacts of hydrologic processes. A new hydrologic model entitled Object-GAWSER was designed using an object-oriented platform to provide new insights into watershed hydrology. Object-GAWSER is a temperature index model that simulates upland watershed hydrology. Object-GAWSER is different from other hydrologic models in that each one of its components can be easily studied to understand its sensitivity to various inputs. First, this report will show how Object-GAWSER can be used to simulate the hydrologic behavior of forested, agricultural, and suburban watersheds. Second, this report will describe how Object-GAWSER was designed1274ocn000761850book19280.86United StatesThe Panama canal and its ports1262ocn033255027book19950.88Ferrick, M. GThe winter low-flow balance of the semiarid White River, Nebraska and South DakotaLow-flow studies ore needed to quantify the effects of water consumption on stream flow, water quality, groundwater resources, and contaminant transport. The low-flow water balance of a river in a cold region is simplified in winter because evapotranspiration is negligible, irrigation water withdrawals and diversions are halted, and precipitation occurs largely as snow, minimizing the spatial arid temporal variability of runoff. We investigated the monthly low-flow water balance of White River (Neb. and S. Dak.) reaches over seven consecutive winters. Water going into or out of storage as ice or melt, obtained with an air temperature index model, can be a dominant component of the water balance. The point estimate method is used to account for parameter uncertainty and variability, providing the mean, variance, and limits of dependent variables such as water storage as ice and inflow from a subbasin. Negative surface water yield from several-thousand-square-kilometer subbasins occurred regularly through the period, indicating a significant flow from the river to the alluvial aquifers. The winter water balance results suggest either a perched river or a coupled surface water-groundwater hydrologic system in particular subbasins, consistent with the field investigations of Rothrock (1942). The winter flow exchange between The surface and subsurface can be used to estimate the annual exchange for both hydrologic conditions1262ocn037399398book19970.86Kay, Roger LeeRiver ice data instrumentationIce processes are capable of causing damage to Corps of Engineers flood control, water control, and navigation projects each year. Monitoring of ice and other physical parameters is done by instrumentation in some instances but is usually done manually. Measurements that require personnel to go on an ice cover can be risky or impossible, depending on the ice cover's stability and the individual's training. This study seeks to identify and rank the field measurements needed during winter conditions and the instrumentation required to make the measurements. Existing and developing instrumentation was evaluated for in-situ and remote sensing capabilities. Methods of transmitting, storing, and retrieving various types of ice data were explored for feasibility and practicality. Recommendations are identified regarding the types of instrumentation, data transmission, and storage methods that need to be improved or developed1212ocn053961797com19850.84Gianelli, William RAn interview with William R. GianelliInterviews5043ocn747425866book20110.73United StatesThe nomination of Lieutenant General Robert L. Van Antwerp, Jr., to be chief of engineers and commanding general of the United States Army Corps of Engineers hearing before the Committee on Environment and Public Works, United States Senate, One Hundred Tenth Congress, first session, April 18, 20072783ocn049338795book20020.70United StatesTestimony of Major General Robert B. Flowers, U.S. Army : hearing before the Committee on Environment and Public Works, United States Senate, One Hundred Sixth Congress, second session, September 14, 200041ocn008252325serial0.92United StatesCivil works appropriation, fiscal year ...Periodicals42ocn026334932book19600.97CaliforniaViews and recommendations of state of California on proposed report of Chief of Engineers, Department of the Army, on beach erosion control report on cooperative study of Orange County, California31ocn026341161book19640.47CaliforniaEel River : comments of California on a report by the Chief of Engineers, Department of the Army31ocn021014852int0.96United StatesInventory of Army military real property : outside the United StatesHandbooks, manuals, etc21ocn022301083serial0.23United States[Request for appropriations for the civil works program of the Army Corps of Engineers for fiscal year ...]21ocn026341206book19621.00CaliforniaViews and recommendations of state of California on survey report of Chief of Engineers, Department of the Army, for navigation, Dana Point Harbor, Dana Point, California21ocn081889936book19001.00United StatesPapers relating to the city of WashingtonHistorySurveysSources11ocn030042821book19440.47United StatesProposed provision increasing the limitation on expenditures, Office of the Chief of Engineers ; two supplemental estimates of appropriations for the War Department : communication from the President of the United States transmitting proposed provision increasing the limitation on expenditures for payments of services of technical and clerical personnel in the Office of the Chief of Engineers for the fiscal year 1945, and two supplemental estimates of appropriation for the War Department for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1945, for improvement of existing river and harbor works and for flood control, general, to remain available until expended, amounting to $10,010,00011ocn047647991bookClarke, Frederick JThe Frederick J. Clarke papersArchivesInterviewsGeneral description of the collection: The Frederick L. Clarke papers include general officer's memoirs; global logistics planning in WWII; area engineer for Manhattan Project which controlled atomic weapons production; Sandia Base; Chief of Engineers, 1969-7311ocn083617181book19621.00United StatesClark Point, New Bedford, Massachusetts, beach erosion control study; letter from the Secretary of the Army ... Aug. 16, 1962, submitting a report11ocn022616748serial0.47United States[Appropriations for fiscal year ... Army Engineers civil works program]11ocn122590594mix19641.00United StatesRegisters of letters received by the Topographical Bureau of the War Department11ocn026341192book19621.00CaliforniaViews and recommendations of state of California on survey report of Chief of Engineers, Department of the Army, for navigation, Santa Barbara Harbor, Santa Barbara, California11ocn122590586mix1.00United StatesLetters sent by the Office of the Chief of Engineers relating to internal improvements11ocn794503726mixBarnes, JoanPapers and photographsRecords and correspondenceCorrespondence and photographs pertaining to Joan Barnes, a Milwaukee, Wisconsin resident who corresponded with Wisconsin soldiers during World War II. Joan moved to Torrance, California in the early 1940s, where she worked for a chaplain at a station hospital and was a regular attendee at USO clubs and events. The correspondence are compromised of letters, V-mail, and holiday cards written to Joan by men in the service, many of whom she knew from Milwaukee. The bulk of the correspondence is from Francis D. Murphy, John Maglio, and Paul Bayorgeon. Francis D. Murphy, referred to as Doug, was one of Joan's friends from Milwaukee and served in the 534th Antiaircraft Artillery Automatic Weapons Battalion. He was first stationed in Africa, and then served in Salerno, Cassino, Italy, France, Germany, and Austria. His letters and V-mail discuss his travels around Europe with the Army, especially the hospitality of the Italians, French, and Germans. Murphy gives an account of daily life in the army, focusing on living arrangements and trading supplies with local villagers. In one letter (November 5, 1944), he describes the difference between living in a hayloft versus a foxhole. Murphy's letters allude to the extent that the French people were affected by the war by pointing out lack of local economies and trading services such as laundry for supplies. Murphy's letters also provide evidence of American action leading up to V-E day. In the final months of the war he apologizes for not writing because of frequent moves and explains the point system used to determine discharges from the armed forces. The correspondence also communicates gossip about mutual friends from the Milwaukee area. John Maglio was from Milwaukee and served in the G-5 Division Supreme Headquarters Allied Expeditionary Force in England. One letter suggests that Joan was Maglio's secretary before the war (December 10, 1944). Maglio was stationed in England during the war; however, he doesn't discuss many details of his job or military life. He does mention the invasion of Normandy in his June 7, 1944 letter writing "We are all pretty much excited over here about the invasion news. I imagine it created quite a stir in the States also." The V-mail describes the recreational activities that were available, such as hiking, USO shows, and basketball. In several V-mails, Maglio discusses Joan's plan to join the Red Cross and her life in California. Paul Bayorgeon was Joan's cousin from Milwaukee. He served in the Office of the Chief of Engineers EUCOM and was stationed in India and France during the war. Bayorgeon's letters and V-mail mentions his dislike for the Indian climate, saying "As for India, it smells. It has a horrible climate and the mosquitoes grow to the size of elephants" (September 30, 1944). He also talks about life in Paris after the liberation. In several letters he mentions that he has completed another mission, but gives no other detail about it. Bayorgeon often wrote about his brother in the South Pacific, news from home, and mutual friends. Other correspondence includes a letter and V-mail to Joan from ten other service men. The correspondence discusses details about military life, such as rations and food, censorship in letters, the weather, and European landscape, especially in France and England. The men thank Joan for her letters and explain how mail always helps their morale. Often, the men talk about and compare French, English, and American girls. Other correspondence includes holiday cards sent to Joan. There are four interesting Christmas cards, one pertaining to the China Burma India Theater, and one Easter card. Photographs include three images taken by Francis Murphy that he enclosed in his November 5, 1944 letter. The images were taken when Murphy was stationed in Rome. They show Trevi Fountain, the inside of the Colosseum, and Murphy in front of St. Peter's Basilica. After the war, Joan married John Seip and lived in Waukesha, Wisconsin11ocn035660310book1996United StatesEngineer Department letters received relating to the United States Military Academy, 1819-1866Microform catalogsLetters related to the overall supervision of the U.S. Military Academy, mostly from the Academy Superintendent to the Office of Chief of Engineers. All are part of Record Group 94, Records of the Adjutant-General's Office11ocn021107407book1979United StatesOrganization chartCharts, diagrams, etc11ocn309446053mix0.47United StatesU.S. Army. Office of the Chief of Engineers. Record Group 77. Index and Selected Alaskan RecordsHistorySourcesIndex, list of finding aids, list of accessions and locations, and preliminary index for Record Group 77, Records of the Office of the Chief of Engineers. Selected records from Record Group 77 relating to the Alaska RailroadFri Mar 21 15:28:38 EDT 2014batch74459