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Table 4.1. Potential Sand Sources And Estimated Volumes
Volume
Foot-
Receiver Site
Potential Sand Sources
Transport Method
(cubic yards)
note
Flood Control Debris Basins
Truck
125,000
1
Goleta Slough
Dredge
25,000-200,000
2
Goleta Beach
Caltrans landslide material
Truck
10,000 100,000
3
Miscellaneous upland construction
Truck
unknown
Flood Control Debris Basins
Truck
125,000
1
Carpinteria Marsh
Dredge/Truck/Conveyor 10,000 40,000
2
Ash Avenue
Caltrans landslide material
Truck/Rail
10,000 100,000
3
Miscellaneous upland construction
Truck
unknown
Flood Control Debris Basins
Truck/Conveyor
225,000
1
Caltrans landslide material
Truck/Conveyor
200,00-250,000
3
Oil Piers
Miscellaneous upland construction
Truck/Conveyor/Rail
unknown
Flood Control Debris Basins
Truck
225,000
1
Matilija Dam Decommissioning
Truck
Up to 6,000,000
4
Surfer's Point
Ventura River
Truck
unknown
Miscellaneous upland construction
Truck
unknown
Flood Control Debris Basins
Truck
225,000
1
Santa Clara River
Truck/Conveyor
unknown
Oxnard Shores
Callegus Creek
Truck
300,000
5
Miscellaneous upland construction
Truck
unknown
Flood Control Debris Basins
Truck
225,000
1
Port Construction Activities
Truck/Conveyor
unknown
Mugu Lagoon
Truck
unknown
Ormond Slough
Dredge/Truck
unknown
Hueneme Beach
Callegus Creek
Truck
300,000
5
Caltrans landslide material
Truck/Rail
200,000-250,000
3
Miscellaneous upland construction
Truck
unknown
1. Debris basin capacity in each respective county, multiplied by 20% (the percent of material, believed to be of beach quality).
2. Historic dredge volume, project every three to four years.
3. Average yearly volume.
4. Estimated total volume (one-time volume).
5. Average volume removed from Callegus creek every four to five years.
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Moffatt & Nichol Engineers



 


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