2 edition of Marine borers and wooden piling in British Columbia waters found in the catalog.
Marine borers and wooden piling in British Columbia waters
|Statement||by G. Bramhall.|
|Series||Dept. of Forestry publication no. 1138|
|LC Classifications||SD13 .A215 no. 1138|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||68|
|LC Control Number||68080397|
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Get this from a library. Marine borers and wooden piling in British Columbia waters. [G Bramhall]. Dispersal of introduced marine wood borers in British Columbia waters.
CongrŠs International de la Corrosion Marine et des Salissures, Comptes Rendus: (May) Rancurel, Paul. Les Teredinidae (mollusques lamellibranches) dans les lagunes de C“te d'Ivoire.
M‚moires Orstom pp., 11 pls. (25 May) Riabchikov, P. Toxicity of chemicals to marine borers-1 Type C interim report, 29 June / (Port Hueneme, Calif.: U.S. Naval Civil Engineering Laboratory, ), by Harold P. Vind, Harry Hochman, and Calif.) Naval Civil Engineering Laboratory (Port Hueneme (page images at HathiTrust; US access only).
A cross-sectioned Douglas fir pile reveals extensive borings by the shipworm Bankia : The San Francisco Marine Piling Committee of the American Wood-Preservers’ Association, Inc.
Report on the San Francisco Bay Marine Piling Survey, rev. (San Francisco: The San Francisco Marine Piling Committee of the American Wood-Preservers’ Association, Inc., ), Cited by: 5. Hill, C.L. and Kofoid, C.A., Marine borers and their relation to marine construction on the Pacific coast: Final report of the San Francisco Bay Marine Piling Committee: San Francisco, p.
Hill, M.S., Symbiotic zooxanthellae enhance boring and growth rates of the tropical sponge Anthosigmella varians forma varians.
Marine Biology. Marine borers and their relation to marine construction on the Pacific Coast. In: Final Report of the San Francisco Bay marine piling committee [ed. by Hill, C. L., Kofoid, C. A.]. San Francisco, USA: The Committee Within the last one hundred and thirty years, the coasting tirade of British Columbia has passed through four more or less distinct stages of development the era of the early trading monopolist, the Hudson Bay Company the rise of the small-scale ship owner the growth of corporate shipping enterprise and in the first half of the twentieth century, the predominating influence of the national Author: George Macdonald Schuthe.
Full text of "The properties and uses of wood" See other formats. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. The Alaska Department of Transportation (ADOT) is responsible for many structures that incorporate wood pilings and other timber in Alaskan waters.
Most of these are treated with preservative to inhibit marine borers that will quickly destroy unprotected wood. Creosote is generally the most economical method of wood preservation and has been in.
This indispensable handbook provides state-of-the-art information and common sense guidelines, covering the design, construction, modernization of port and harbor related marine structures. The design procedures and guidelines address the complex problems and illustrate factors that should be considered and included in appropriate design scenarios.
SHIPWORMS AND THE MAKING OF THE AMERICAN COASTLINE by Derek Lee Nelson University of New Hampshire, May, The San Francisco Marine Piling Committee of the American Wood-Preservers’ Association, Inc. for deep marine borers, see Distel, “Molecular Phylogeny of Pholadoidea Lamarck, Supports a Single Author: Derek Lee Nelson.
New Threats of an Old Enemy: The Distribution of the Shipworm Teredo navalis L. (Bivalvia: Teredinidae) Related to Climate Change in the Port of Rotterdam Area, the Netherlands June Marine.
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As the official publication for the Architectural Institute of B.C., the B.C. Builders’ Exchange, and the Building and Construction Industries’ Exchange of B.C., the Record primarily covered news related to building, contracting.
Marine Borers - Teredo spp. (shipworm) and Limnoria spp. (gribble), ete: Timber used in the sea or in brackish waters is liable to attack by marine boring animals - particularly in tropical waters.
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Speeds ranged from 0. 7 to 2. 5 km/day ( to ft/sec) averaging about km/day (0. 06 ft/sec). Within 10 km of the Columbia River mouth the flow was towards the river mouth at approximately km/day ( ft/sec).
For shelf waters in excess of 40 meters depth the dominant flow was northward. CONTENTS and INDEX for TRANSFER, Issues 9 through 42 by Thomas R. Flagg (last rev. 12/) British Columbia ‑ see BC. British Railway Modelers of North America (BRMNA), Marine borers, effect on wooden barge,Marine legs, for grain unloading.
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