Energy Dissipation Chambers

A device constructed in a waterway to reduce the kinetic energy of fast flowing water. (Technical Manual: Outlet Works Energy Dissipaters: Best Practices for Design, Construction, Problem Identification and Evaluation,…


A mound or earthen material, typically created from placement and compaction of soil, sand, clay and/or rock, to form a barrier to water seepage. Embankments can be used to form…

Ecological Classification System (ECS)

Developed by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (MNDNR) and United States Forest Service, ecological land classifications are used to identify, describe, and map progressively smaller areas of land with…


An interest in land owned by another that entitiles its holder to a specific limited use.


Environemental Impact Statement

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