Swift Slough during low flow periods Apalachicola Floodplain Sloughs Swift Slough has been established as the primary habitat on the Apalachicola River System for several threatened and endangered (T&E) mussel._.
Aerial image of the Sunrise Side Channel (on right) taken in 2009, after construction. Velocity measurements taken at 1500 cfs, to evaluate compliance with design criteria This project included modification._.
Upper Laguna Creek flowing through Triangle Rock Property Map of the Site and Proposed Alternatives cbec performed hydraulic analysis of Upper Laguna Creek to support the design of flood mitigation._.
Project features Erosion Potential (EP) Compliance cbec, inc. was contracted by MacKay & Somps, at the suggestion of Sacramento County DWR, to assess hydromodification impacts of the planned Glenborough at._.
cbec applied and refined a 2D hydrodynamic model using MIKE 21FM. The MIKE 21FM model developed by cbec encompasses a complex network of tidal channels (both natural and man-made) within._.
Backwater on Feather River Feather River This project is a follow-on project to the recently constructed Bear River Levee Setback project although it is approximately three times the size of._.
Santa Ynez River Simulated velocity for a flow of 6,150 cfs Water surface elevation for a flow of 1,300 cfs cbec was contracted by NMFS to construct a two-dimensional hydrodynamic._.
Bank retreat between 1964 and 2009 cbec performed a geomorphic assessment of the lower Yuba River adjacent to the Yuba Goldfields. The focus of the effort was to assess the._.
Draft conceptual plan for Urrutia Draft conceptual cross section cbec is part of a team preparing the SMARA reclamation and restoration plan for the Urrutia Pond and associated river bank._.