2000: Volume 3
Issue 1 (January)
Coastal America Corporate Wetlands Restoration Partnership; The U.S. Waterways System- Transportation Facts; Waterborne Commerce of the U.S.- How to Obtain CY1998 and FY1999 Data; Summary of the Inland Waterways Users Board- Annual Report to Congress for 1999; New Deep Draft Navigation Benefits; The U.S. Ship Cruise Industry- Evaluation of NED Benefits; A New Partnership for the Corps- The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation- Case Study #2 Quaker Neck Dam Removal, NC.
Issue 4 (April)
Notes from Jim Johnson; Senior Planning Vacancies; Items of Note- On the Web; Using Geographic Data for Reconnaissance Studies- Not as expensive as you might think; CADD/GIS Technology Symposium and Exposition 2000; Geographic Information Systems (GIS) in Planning Analysis; Corps of Engineers Dredging Information; Ecosystem Restoration Partnering in Massachusetts; Subscribing to Planning Ahead; Submission Deadline.
Issue 7 (October)
Wetlands Web-based Training; Peer Review for Omaha's District Cultural Resources Management Program; Acid Mine Drainage; Engineering Sustainable Communities Through Water Resource Development; Cold Regions Lab Assists Pittsburgh District; Helpful Statistician; Updated Port Series Reports; Enhanced Database for Macroeconomic Analysis of Transportation.
Issue 8 (November)
FY01 Energy and Water Appropriation Summary; Collaborative Ecosystem Management; Mission Planning and Development Update; Partnering With Ducks Unlimited; Unified Federal Policy is Final; American Heritage Rivers; Inland Waterways Users Board; North American Transportation in Figures; Total Domestic Waterborne Commerce; Hydropower Analysis Center Assists Corps Offices with Hydropower Planning; Implementation on In-Kind Services Provisions for the Planning Assistance to State Program; Water Supply and Water Conservation Planning.
Issue 9 (December)
WRDA Implementation; New Residential Depth-Damage Functions from IWR; UCSC to Use Manifest Data tas the Primary Source of WCSC Foreign Waterborne Commerce Information; Corporate Wetlands Restoration Partnership Authorizes Funds to MA for Section 22 Studies; Status Report on the Gulf of Mexico Hypoxia Action Plan; Regional Sediment Management Demonstration Program; Lessons Learned Report Available on Comprehensive River Basin Study; Hydro-Environmental Modeling System in Support of Water Resources and Environmental Quality Activities; Estuaries and Clean Water Act of 2000.