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Environmental Design for Small Boat Basins

Credit: 5 PDH Hours
Course Fee: $45.00
40 pages

Course Summary:

The purpose of this course is to incorporate environmental considerations into the planning, engineering, design, construction, operation, and maintenance of small boat basins. This course applies to all HQUSACE elements, major subordinate commands, districts, laboratories, and field operating activities having Civil Works responsibilities. Small boat basins, which are located on coastlines, estuaries, lakes, and riverbanks, provide direct access to each boat, parking, technical services, shops, and other amenities. The increasing prosperity of the world population has resulted in an increased popularity of and need for small boat basins. The development of small boat basins is a concern to environmental groups and local residents because of the potential effects of these basins on the quality of rivers, lakes, estuaries, and ocean shorelines. The goal of this course is to provide general environmental considerations guidance during the planning and design stage.

Learning Objective:

  • Introduction
  • Water body designations
  • Basin design and operation criteria
  • Attendant problems and responsibilities
  • Appendix A: References
  • Appendix B: Statutes and Regulations

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Course Content

Course Author: US Army Corp of Engineers

Certificate of completion of the course

This course comes with a multiple-choice quiz. You can view the quiz and take the quiz if you are logged in your account. You can take the quiz for this online PDH course as many times until passed. The passing grade is 70% and above. After you pass the quiz simply follow the page, to pay for the course and print your certificate instantly. A copy of the certificate and receipt for this course will always be in your account.

This online PDH course can also be used as a continuing education course for the following.


PE Environmental Engineers

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