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A survey of potential dredge disposal sites in the tidal Potomac River and upper Potomac Estuary between Washington, D.C. and the Route 301 bridge
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Several potential sites for the disposal of material dredged from the tidal Potomac River are identified. Five land sites, seven shallow-water sites, and four deep-water sites are identified. The shallow-water sites are further identified as being suitable for placement of the dredge material to create wetlands, create or restore islands, or nourish beaches.doi:10.3133/ofr99234 fatcat:cyoflsh4gjen3ilykxketjfwze