Management Approaches and Policy

C3. Sediment Management under State-Led Programs

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Ley Creek Sediment and Soil Remediation: The Impact of Past Creek Widening on the Development of a Remedial StrategyM.B. Mullen, C. Garvey, P. Domaszczynski, C. Leary, and B. PlattView
Remediation and Restoration of an Urban Hudson River Site under New York State OversightJ.A. Bleiler, D. Reid-Green, R.S. McCarthy, and H. MartinView
Columbia Slough Sediment Cleanup: Option for Liability Release through Cash SettlementsH. Nelson, K. Parrett, and S. MillerView