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Design of a Minor Fishing Harbor in India with Special Reference to Training of the Mouth of River Chapora
D.K. Maiti, , S.A. Sannasiraj
Published in Springer Science and Business Media Deutschland GmbH
Volume: 106 LNCE
Pages: 65 - 77
Most of the fishing harbors along the Indian coast are located within the tidal inlets, barring a few on the open coast. Fishing harbor on an open coast needs protection in the form of breakwaters or training walls for providing tranquility conditions and safe vessel maneuvering and landing facilities. Practically, all inland fishing harbors suffer siltation problems. The studies on the development of a new inland fishing harbor on River Chapora (15° 36′4 6.22″ N and 73° 44′ 51.34″ E) in the state of Goa in India with such problem were carried out, the results of which are reported in this paper. © 2021, Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd.
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