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Table 1-2
Potential Sand Sources and Estimated Volumes
Volume
Receiver Site
Potential Sand Sources
Transport Method
Footnote
(cubic yards)
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
Dredge/Truck
Carpinteria Marsh
10,000-40,000
2
Conveyor
Ash Avenue
Caltrans Landslide Material
Truck
10,000-100,000
3
Miscellaneous Upland Construction
Truck
Unknown
Flood Control Debris Basins
Truck/Conveyor
225,000
1
Oil Piers
Caltrans Landslide Material
Truck/Conveyor
200,00-250,000
3
Miscellaneous Upland Construction
Truck/Conveyor
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
Hueneme Beach Ormond Slough
Dredge/Truck
Unknown
Callegus Creek
Truck
300,000
5
Caltrans Landslide Material
Truck
200,000-250,000
3
Miscellaneous Upland Construction
Truck
Unknown
1.
Debris basin capacity in each respective county, multiplied by 20 percent (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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