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Figure 13. Maximum extent of sediment plume with bucket release rate of 2 percent for Fox Point Reach North (FPRN) and Central (FPRC) sites over the 3-day simulation time.
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Figure 15. Maximum extent of sediment plume with bucket release rate of 2 percent for Fox Point Reach North (FPRN) and Central (FPRC) sites and Fuller Rock Reach Central (FRRC) site over the 3-day simulation time.
ERDC TN-DOER-E12
July 2000
Figure 14. Maximum extent of sediment plume with bucket release rate of 2 percent for Fox Point Reach
Central (FPRC) site and Fuller Rock Reach Central (FRRC) site over the 3-day simulation
time. Plan view shows release point, channel geometry and maximum concentrations (mg/L)
at 8-10 m (26-33 ft) depth. Vertical section shows distribution of maximum concentrations
(mg/L) over depth along dashed section line shown in plan view. Concentration contours
correspond to ranges in the Newcombe-Jensen (1996) fisheries impact model
the extent of the maximum concentration plume greater than 3 mg/L at 9 m (30 ft) is now
approximately 4.3 km (2.6 miles). As for the case of simultaneous dredging at two sites, there are
only two relatively small locations with concentrations greater than 20 mg/L surrounding the release
sites.
SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS: A 3-D hydrodynamic model was applied to the Providence
River Harbor and Channel area to generate a representative set of currents in the Providence River
and Upper Narragansett Bay for input to SSFATE, which then computed the transport, dispersion,
and settling of the dredged material released at selected sites.
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