Browsing WRRC Technical Memorandum Reports by Author "Cox, Doak C"

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  • Cox, Doak C (Water Resources Research Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1965-11)
    In spite of its almost universal application in oil exploration and growing application on the mainland in ground-water exploration (Pirson, 1963; Guyod, 1957), electric well logging has not to date been used in Hawaii. ...
  • Cox, Doak C (Water Resources Research Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1969-11)
    An address at the Conference for Clean Air and Water held on 7 November 1969.
  • Cox, Doak C; Lau, L Stephen; Young, Reginald HF (Water Resources Research Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1970-06)
    This statement pertains to the proposal to establish zones of mixing in Honolulu Harbor and Kapalama Canal, Oahu. It is our understanding that the proposed zones of mixing in Honolulu Harbor and Kapalama Canal are the ...
  • Cox, Doak C; Burbank, Nathan C; Kay, E Alison (Water Resources Research Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1970-08)
    This memorandum report pertains to proposals to establish a number of zones of mixing in the coastal waters of Kauai in order to accommodate certain discharges of Kekaha Sugar Co., Gay and Robinson, Olokele Sugar Co., Kauai ...
  • Cox, Doak C (Water Resources Research Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1966-02)
    It has been proposed that underground discharge of effluent from a sewage treatment plant planned at Waimanalo be substituted for discharge through a long and expensive ocean outfall. The Water Resources Research Center ...
  • Cox, Doak C (Water Resources Research Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1966-03)
    Hawaiian geohydrology is best understood if continental concepts are forgotten and the Islands are considered as essentially porous and permeable lava sponges set in the ocean and saturated with sea water at their bases. ...
  • Cox, Doak C; Lao, Chester (Water Resources Research Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1967-02)
    Uncertainties as to the position and behavior of the salt-fresh transition zone at the base of the important, thick Herzberg lenses of Oahu render suspect all determinations of the safe yield of these lenses involving ...

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