Inventory of the Low Cost Shore Protection and Erosion Control Collection, 1965-1980

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University of California, Riverside
Riverside, CA 92517-5900
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© 1999
The Regents of the University of California. All rights reserved.

Inventory of the Low Cost Shore Protection and Erosion Control Collection, 1965-1980

Collection number: MS 81/1

Water Resources Collections and Archives



University of California, Riverside

Riverside, California

Contact Information:

  • Water Resources Collections and Archives
  • Orbach Science Library, Room 118
  • PO Box 5900
  • University of California, Riverside
  • Riverside, CA 92517-5900
  • Phone: (951) 827-2934
  • Fax: (951) 827-6378
  • Email: waterarc@ucr.edu
  • URL: http://library.ucr.edu/wrca
Processed by:
Water Resources Collections and Archives staff
Date Completed:
February 1984
© 1999 The Regents of the University of California. All rights reserved.

Descriptive Summary

Title: Low Cost Shore Protection and Erosion Control Collection,
Date (inclusive): 1965-1980
Collection number: MS 81/1
Creator: Water Resources Collections and Archives
Extent: ca. 1 linear ft. (2 boxes, 50 items)
Repository: Water Resources Collections and Archives
Riverside, CA 92517-5900
Shelf location: This collection is stored off-campus at NRLF. Please contact the Water Resources Collections and Archives staff for access to the materials.
Language: English.

Administrative Information

Access

Collection is open for research.

Publication Rights

Copyright has not been assigned to the Water Resources Collections and Archives. All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the Head of Archives. Permission for publication is given on behalf of the Water Resources Collections and Archives as the owner of the physical items and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder, which must also be obtained by the reader.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Low Cost Shore Protection and Erosion Control Collection, MS 81/1, Water Resources Collections and Archives, University of California, Riverside.

Scope and content

Manufacturers' catalogs, reports, reprints, etc.

Access Points

Shore protection
Beach erosion
Beaches
Coastal engineering


Box Box 1, Folder 1.

Shore protection devices and methods prepared for the Shoreline Erosion Advisory Panel. CERC. Nodate.

Folder 2.

The Longard method of sand filled tubes [circa 1976].

Folder 3.

Control de erosion, S.A. ODS technology for shore erosion control. [circa 1975].

Folder 4.

Coastal dune vegetation by Robert M. Craig. Reprint from v. 87 of Proceedings of the Florida STate Horticultural Society, 1974.

Folder 5.

The Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company. 1974.

Folder 6.

Fabric bags for erosion control, prepared for the consideration of the Shoreline Erosion Advisory Panel. 1976.

Folder 7.

Research conducted into filter materials - gobimats. Department of Soil Exploration and Hydrogeology. 1974.

Folder 8.

Long range plant materials program, Florida. Soil Conservation Service. 1974.

Folder 9.

Surgebreaker sea wall system. Great Lakes Environmental Marine Ltd. 1976.

Folder 10.

Filter handbook. Carthage Mills, Erosion Control Division.

Folder 11.

Shore defence constructions, Bos Kalis Westminster Group. Hydronamic B.V. Port & Waterway Engineers; Zinkcon B.V., Contractor for bottom and slope protections. 1976.

Folder 12.

Artificial seaweed; coastal and submarine-pipeline protection studies with stretched polypropylene foam strands. Koninklijke/Shell Plastics Laboratorium Delft.

Folder 13.

Nicolon, artificial seaweed protects the seabed, estuaries and submerged pipelines.

Folder 14.

Introducing Dura-Gard, the new generation of precast concrete revetment systems. Atlas Building Systems.

Folder 15.

Recent applications of artificial seaweed in the Netherlands, by Henk G. H. ten Hoopen.

Folder 16.

Low cost shore protection. U. S. Army Corps of Engineers. 1981.

Folder 17.

Stuart-Jensen Beach Causeways, Martin County, Florida. U. S. Corps of Engineers. 1977.

Box Box 2, Folder 18.

Acrylic sand pillows: a new approach to erosion control. Monsanto.

Folder 19.

Terrafix. Kenross-Naue Inc., Erosion - Control Division.

Folder 20.

Wave-maze floating breakwater for low cost shoreline erosion protection, Dames and Moore. 1976.

Folder 21.

Tire Helix Versatility (THV), by Soll Roehner. 1980.

Folder 22.

Z-Wall. Fanwall Corporation.

Folder 23.

Fanwall advanced barrier systems for environmental control problems. Photo album of installations.

Folder 24.

Restoring beaches. by Ir. R. de Groot, IHC HOLLAND.

Folder 25.

Landglas erosion control materials, Owens Corning Fiberglas.

Folder 26.

The Shorprotector and the Virginia Beach test, 1975. Shoreline Erosion Control Corp.

Folder 27.

Textile forms slash cost of coastal zone structures, by Mauricio Porraz. 1976.

Folder 28.

A laboratory study of the stability of snad-filled nylong bag breakwater structures, by Robert Ray. 1977.

Folder 29.

Scrap tire revetment for prevention of shore line erosion. Carroll Engineering Inc., 1977.

Folder 30.

Rubber tire erosion control device. Jerry Kosmach. 1976.

Folder 31.

Artificial reef. Vanguard Corp. 1976.

Folder 32.

Beach protector. Wade Stiles. 1976.

Folder 33.

Erosion control devices and methods: Fabriform process.

 

Fabricast process. 1975.

Folder 34.

Holtripod [in Japanese].

Folder 35.

Guidelines for monitoring shore protection structures in the Great Lakes. Coastal Engineering Research Center. 1975.

Folder 36.

Wave tests of revetment using machine-produced interlocking blocks. U. S. Corps of Engineers. 1967.

Folder 37.

Erosion control with Lok-gard. Coastal Research Corp. [1965?]

Folder 38.

The Conquik system of shoreline erosion control.

Folder 39.

Control de erosion. ODS Tech: bolsaroca, bolsacreto, colchacreto.

 

Operational designs, systems technology of the developing countries.

Folder 40.

Erosion Control Inc., West Palm Beach, Florida.

Folder 41.

Sandgrabber Inc. stops shoreline erosion immediately. 1975.

Folder 42.

ShorProtector. Shoreline ERosion Control Corp., Virginia Beach, Virginia.

Folder 43.

BIDIM. Engineering fabric for soil stabilization and drainage.

 

Monsanto.

Folder 44.

HoldGro Erosion Control Systems.

Folder 45.

New revetment products being developed by Revetment Products Limited.

Folder 46.

Bekaert Gabions.

Folder 47.

A partial summary on Soil Conservation Serive plant materials activities for Shoreline Erosion Control. Soil Conservation Service. 1975.

Folder 48.

Grass Pavers Limited. 1977. Royal Oak, Michigan.

Folder 49.

Innovative perched cobble beach

Folder 50.

Giggawattz wave energy power plant and erosion reversal plant.