Submar Streambank Stabilization Case Study

Streambank Stabilization

Temporary Seeding and Revegetation Can Help with Streambank Stabilization

When a job site is disturbed, it is crucial that appropriate measures are taken to address streambank stabilization. Failure to do so could cause significant project delays and end up costing millions of dollars in repairs. Two of the most straightforward methods available to help with streambank stabilization are temporary seeding and revegetation.

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Submar Lexicon: MSE, Mechanically Stabilized Earth

When dealing with pipeline erosion control, one of the terms often used in the industry is “Mechanically Stabilized Earth” (“MSE”). To garner a better understanding of the issues you face when dealing with pipeline erosion control, it is in your best interest to have a firm understanding of what MSE is and how it impacts

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Sediment and Pipeline Erosion Control for Wetland Crossings

When installing oil and gas pipelines, many companies have to run their pipeline through wetlands. One of the most significant challenges they face is sediment and pipeline erosion control for wetland crossings. Companies could consider taking tips seen in the Erosion and Sediment Control Plan from the Pennsylvania Pipeline Project.

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