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Dr. W. Frank Bohlen

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Professor Emeritus of Marine Scie...

University of Connecticut
2390 Alumni Drive
Storrs, Connecticut 06269
United States

Company Description: The University of Connecticut Foundation, Inc.'s mission is to solicit, receive and administer gifts and financial resources from private sources for the benefit of...   more
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Frank Bohlen, professor ...
www.theday.com, 11 Nov 2012 [cached]
Frank Bohlen, professor emeritus of marine sciences at the University of Connecticut's Avery Point campus, said each beach is affected differently by powerful storms like Sandy due to a complex set of factors - orientation to incoming winds and waves, offshore water depths, tidal currents and water flow from nearby rivers and streams among them.
"This storm should come as a lesson in the dynamics of shorelines," he said. "People should pay attention."
Understanding the physical characteristics of each beach, he said, will be critical as officials continue to cope with the effects of powerful storms and determine where rebuilding dunes and shorelines makes sense and where it doesn't.
"Sea level is rising, and it's pushing the inshore boundary in," he said. "We will be losing more and more shoreline in Connecticut."
HRF Press Release - October 29, 2001
www.hudsonriver.org, 29 Oct 2001 [cached]
· W. Frank Bohlen, Professor of Marine Sciences, University of Connecticut
Boston Globe Online / North Weekly / New rule to clean harbor debated
www.boston.com, 6 Mar 2003 [cached]
W. Frank Bohlen of the Department of Marine Sciences at the University of Connecticut concluded that the draft failed "to fully characterize the nature and extent of the contaminated sediments in Gloucester Harbor, particularly in the coves where a substantial amount of sediments will be dredged."
Soon after Bohlen's report was released, city officials backed off from the CAD plan.
According to Harbormaster James Caulkett Jr., part of the issue facing the city is the cost of dredging.Caulkett estimated that it would cost $40 to $150 to remove each cubic foot dredged from the water."You have to look at what the cost is," said Caulkett.The harbormaster, who has served as the chairman of the city's subcommittee on dredging since 1998, believes the city needs to develop a plan that will keep the harbor deep enough for boats, but will not be prohibitive to private business and land owners, who, along with the city and the state, will pay for the project.
Frank ...
offsoundings.org, 30 Sept 2013 [cached]
Frank Bohlen Historian 860-536-1908
Board of Governors
Frank Bohlen
Off Soundings Club Officers
offsoundings.org, 7 Sept 2012 [cached]
Frank Bohlen Historian 860-536-1908
Board Of Governors
W. Frank Bohlen
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W. Frank Bohlen Long Range Planning
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