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Siltation

A sedimentary material consisting of very fine particles intermediate in size between sand and clay. v. silt·ed, silt·ing, silts.

Siltation is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Siltation books and related discussion.

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Minimizing Harbor Siltation
Minimizing Harbor. Siltation. HARBORS, NAVIGATION &.
EROSION AND SILTATION CONTROL CHAPTER 23 (NEW 2-23-76
Erosion and Siltation Control. § 23-2. ARTICLE 1.
BACK-SILTATION IN DEEP WATERWAY OF THE CHANGJIANG
Abstract: In describing sediment back-siltation in the Changjiang estuary, China, this paper Key words: Changjiang estuary, Deep waterway, Back-siltation. 1.
Siltation and secondary effects of erosion
Siltation and secondary effects of erosion. The direct loss of production due to the loss of soil is only part of our annual erosion bill.
PART 2: EROSION AND SILTATION CONTROL
PART 2: EROSION AND SILTATION CONTROL.

Suggested News Resources

In the fight against the invasive zebra mussel, 'We've just been lucky so far'
It's possible that spring flooding increased "siltation" along shorelines and suffocated some of the mollusks, Howe said.
- Study to allay embankment concerns of forest dept
to provide a 4.7 km secondary embankment to prevent sudden intrusion of floodwaters into the national park, three sluice gates along the national park boundary dyke, and 3km of riverbank protection through siltation measures using porcupines.
No MoU on Ranganadi project
Area representatives meet with Houston mayor to discuss Lake Houston issues
Congressman Ted Poe points out several problems areas with debris and siltation during a press conference at City Hall Annex Aug. 8.
Subdivision developer vows to build drainage, other infra to lessen floods
Monterrazas engineering consultant Roland Abalos said that aside from the drainage system, the developer will construct permanent runoff water retention and siltation ponds.

Suggested Web Resources

Siltation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Siltation. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jump to: navigation, search.
Silt - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
siltation - definition of siltation by the Free Online Dictionary
A sedimentary material consisting of very fine particles intermediate in size between sand and clay. v. silt·ed, silt·ing, silts.
Siltation & Sedimentation
Sedimentation, or siltation, is one of the most severe threats to the Black Warrior River.
siltation - Wiktionary
siltation (usually uncountable; plural siltations) India can critically stanch the flow of freshwater down here, increasingly the chances of salinity and siltation.

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