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Recent Site Updates

Welcome to the new look and feel of the DAMOS website. Updated content will be listed here as it is posted.

Recent site additions include:

DAMOS Contributions 189-191 (4/8/2013)

GIS - CCBDS 2010 Bathymetry (4/8/2013)

GIS - CLDS 2011 Bathymetry (4/8/2013)

GIS - CLDS 2009 Bathymetry (4/8/2013)

GIS - NLDS 2006 Bathymetry (4/8/2013)

The DAMOS GIS Library Page (1/4/2013)

Listing of Low Use Disposal Sites (1/4/2013)

DAMOS Contributions 181-188 (1/4/2013)

Updated Site Links (1/4/2013)

DAMOS (Disposal Area Monitoring System) is a program started in 1977 by the New England District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to manage and monitor offshore dredged material disposal sites from Long Island Sound to Maine. DAMOS is a multi-disciplinary environmental monitoring program managed by the Environmental Resources Section of the Engineering / Planning Division. Program information is shared with the scientific community and public through media such as technical reports, papers, and brochures.

Future program efforts respond to concerns expressed by interested members of the public, federal resource agencies (such as EPA Region I), and the environmental departments of New England coastal states.