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WRRCSR No.10:18:91 Impoundment of Stream Flow in West Loch, Pearl Harbor, Oahu, Hawaii: A Feasibility Study

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Title WRRCSR No.10:18:91 Impoundment of Stream Flow in West Loch, Pearl Harbor, Oahu, Hawaii: A Feasibility Study
Creator Fok, Yu-Si Murabayashi, Edwin T
Subject impoundment flood-control storage reservoirs stream flow water supply development dams dam sites concrete dams flexible membrane structures fabridams Waikele Stream Waikele Springs Honouliuli Stream West Loch Pearl Harbor Oahu Hawaii Dams -- Hawaii -- Oahu. Membranes (Technology). Pearl Harbor (Hawaii) Water -- Storage -- Hawaii -- Oahu.
Description This study investigated the feasibility of capturing and storing fresh stream water flowing into West Loch, an estuarine, enclosed inland embayment of Pearl Harbor, Oahu, Hawaii, that is accessible to the sea through a narrow channel. The concept is to create a sea-level reservoir in the loch by, in some manner, displacing the salt water with fresh water. Three possible methods for accomplishing this were examined. The first two involved damming the embayment at a desired point on the seaward...
Date 1992-09
Type Report
Identifier Fok YS, Murabayashi ET. 1992. Impoundment of stream flow in West Loch, Pearl Harbor, Oahu, Hawaii: a feasibility study. Honolulu (HI): Water Resources Research Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa. WRRC special report, 10:18:91. http://hdl.handle.net/10125/8774
Language en-US
Relation WRRC Special Reports 10:18:91
Publisher Water Resources Research Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa

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