2004: Volume 7
Issue 1 (January)
OMB Approved Survey Questions and Submittal Requirements are Available on IWR Website; Planning Models Improvement Program- Model Survey; Agriculture and Inland Waterways Transportation- Research of Note.
Issue 2 (February)
Economist and Social Scientist Directory; Nonstructural Flood Damage Reduction Projects Update; WOTS Workshop on Water Resource Management- A System Wide Approach to Integrating Watersheds and Reservoir Systems.
Issue 3 (March)
Economics and Environment Conference 2004 "Toward Integrated Water Resources Management"; Hydropower Analysis Center Assists Corps Offices with Hydropower Planning; Request for OMB Approval of Public Survey; WOTS Workshop on Restoration of Riparian Zones for Water Quality and Ecological Functions.
Issue 4 (April)
Economists'/Social Scientists Directory; Economic and Environmental Analysis Conference 2004:"Toward Integrated Water Resources Management"; Great Lakes and Ohio River Division Environmental Community of Practice has Video Teleconference Kick Off; Instructions for Contributors to Planning Ahead; Subscribing to Planning Ahead; Submission Deadline.
Issue 5 (May-June)
Corps Restores Lady Liberty's Image; Revised Appendix D 1105-2-100 Economic and Social Considerations.
Issue 6 (July)
Corps Completes Inventory of Nonstructural Flood Reduction Projects; Updated Economist/ Social Scientist Directory Available- Comparison with 1991 Shows Huge Drop Off in Number.
Issue 7 (August)
Planning Guidance Appendix G Revision Completed.
Issue 8 (October)
Top 20 U.S. Ports for 2003; Initial Report Prepared for Executive Order 13287 "Preserve America"; The Meaning of the Word is Returns in and Entirely New Context; Benefits of an HQ Development Assignment; Update on the Water Resource Development Act 2004.
Issue 9 (December)
Monthly Tonnage Indicator for Internal U.S. Waterways Shows a Near Record High; Waterborne Commerce and Container Statistics for 2003; CEFIT Has Been Released and Residential Flood Damage Analysis Just Got a Lot Easier; Minimizing Time and Costs for Freshwater Mussel Studies; Lessons Learned by the National Technical Review Committee for the Louisiana Coastal Area Study; FEMA's Multi-Year Flood Hazard Identification Plan (MHIP); Preservation Matters- Notes on the Management of the Cultural Environment; The Corps of Engineers National Nonstructural/ Flood Proofing Committee;