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WASHINGTON, D.C. -- “[Our] research will explore solutions to transportation challenges that we all face, whether it is global deployment of military forces, delivery of critical resources to the right place at the right time, transportation options for families and veterans to access medical care, or solving the ‘last mile’ challenges that will integrate the full community into our transportation system with all of its opportunities.”
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District is teaming up with the University of Maryland, Baltimore County and other federal partners to learn more about how complex chemical contaminants behave in the environment to help inform future cleanup efforts.
This edition of The Corps Environment (May 2019) highlights Environmental Operating Principle #2, Proactively considering environmental consequences and acting accordingly. It features articles from the Hon. Alex A. Beehler, assistant Secretary of the Army, Installations, Energy and Environment; the State of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Environmental Program; Earth Day articles; Camp Blanding setting the standard for natural resource conservation; wild burros and horses at Yuma Proving Ground; the Huntsville Center's range cleanup operations in Afghanistan; and more....

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Biologist working on new solution to test hydrological effects on plant habitat in Southwest
6/24/2019
A Los Angeles District biologist is working to expand the capabilities of modeling software in hopes of creating a better understanding of hydrological effects on plant habitat along rivers in the...
Engineering Solutions for Installations of the Future
6/24/2019
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- “[Our] research will explore solutions to transportation challenges that we all face, whether it is global deployment of military forces, delivery of critical resources to the...
Baltimore District conducts research on emerging contaminants
6/24/2019
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District is teaming up with the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, U.S. Geological Survey and other federal partners to learn more about how complex...
Gathright Dam’s first pulse release set for Wednesday
6/21/2019
COVINGTON, Va. – Gathright Dam operators are scheduled to conduct the year’s first water-pulse release from Lake Moomaw on Wednesday. It will occur about 6 a.m. to 1:30 p.m....

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