Monthly Archives: February 2016

Keeping it fresh

Water managers have added new features to the Savannah District’s Water Management page.

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Status update for ongoing Corps studies

In December, we asked for feedback on topics you’d like to read more about on Balancing the Basin. Several readers responded, so throughout 2016 we’ll be incorporating those questions and comments into posts. Excerpt from Ferris’ comments: “… I would … Continue reading

Posted in Fish and Wildlife, Flood Risk Management, Savannah Harbor, Studies, Water Management | 6 Comments

High praise for below average performance

For all the hubbub this year’s strong El Niño has generated among forecasters, January’s precipitation, which delivered about 80% of the average at each sub-basin, felt more underwhelming than the numbers suggest. It’s like when LeBron James only scores 20 … Continue reading

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It’s hopper season

Outer harbor dredging for the Savannah Harbor Expansion Project (SHEP) kicked into second gear when hopper dredging operations began in late December. (The above video, courtesy of Jan de Nul Group, shows how hopper dredges work.) Hopper dredges are more mobile … Continue reading

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