Last edited by Taugrel
Thursday, April 30, 2020 | History

2 edition of Survey of Passamaquoddy Tidal Power Project found in the catalog.

Survey of Passamaquoddy Tidal Power Project

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs. Subcommittee on H.J. Res. 112, 113, and 114

Survey of Passamaquoddy Tidal Power Project

hearings before the subcommittee of the Committee on Foreign Affairs, House of Representatives, Eighty-third Congress, first session, on H. J. Res. 112, H. J. Res, 113, and H. J. Res. 114, to authorize and direct the International Joint Commission on United States-Canadian Boundary Waters to make a survey of the proposed Passamaquoddy Tidal Power Project and for other purposes. July 14 and 22, 1953

by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs. Subcommittee on H.J. Res. 112, 113, and 114

  • 81 Want to read
  • 17 Currently reading

Published by U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • International Joint Commission,
  • Hydroelectric power plants -- Maine,
  • Hydroelectric power plants -- New Brunswick,
  • Passamaquoddy Bay (N.B. and Me.)

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesPassamaquoddy tidal power project
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 93 p. :
    Number of Pages93
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17209827M
    LC Control Number53061924

    But interest in tidal power also ebbs, such as when heralded projects fail. In , Nova Scotia Power partnered with the Dublin-based company OpenHydro to lower a six-story-high, ton circular.   While Passamaquoddy Bay and the Bay of Fundy in the United States and Canada are prime proving grounds for tidal power, tests also are being run at other sites. One such project is the proposal to harness the powerful ebb and flow of the tides, and its foremost example is the Passamaquoddy Tidal Power Project in Eastport, Maine. The Passamaquoddy project was first proposed in by an American engineer, Dexter Cooper. A Large-Scale Tidal Power Plant Goodwin, John E. The Passamaquoddy Tidal Power Project, paper presented at the 14th Annual Conference of State Utility Commission Engineers, Washington DC, 11"x ", 24 leaves.


Share this book
You might also like
wood-carver of Salem

wood-carver of Salem

Congress in action: the Environmental education act

Congress in action: the Environmental education act

Sokolosky

Sokolosky

commonsense of wine

commonsense of wine

new historical geographical, chronological etymological, and critical dictionary of the Holy Bible

new historical geographical, chronological etymological, and critical dictionary of the Holy Bible

Numerical modeling of thermochemically driven fluid flow with non-Newtonian rheology: applied to the Earths lithosphere and mantle

Numerical modeling of thermochemically driven fluid flow with non-Newtonian rheology: applied to the Earths lithosphere and mantle

Fused-quartz fibers

Fused-quartz fibers

Nursing home prospective case-mix payment system

Nursing home prospective case-mix payment system

Poor Richard improved: being an almanack and ephemeris ... for the year of our Lord 1798 ...

Poor Richard improved: being an almanack and ephemeris ... for the year of our Lord 1798 ...

birth of Western economy

birth of Western economy

Networking basics

Networking basics

Daddy, I Got Chicken Pots!

Daddy, I Got Chicken Pots!

How to identify oriental rugs

How to identify oriental rugs

plea for Romanizers (so called) in the Anglican Communion

plea for Romanizers (so called) in the Anglican Communion

Canadian Transport Commission, freight rates and the public interest

Canadian Transport Commission, freight rates and the public interest

Survey of Passamaquoddy Tidal Power Project by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs. Subcommittee on H.J. Res. 112, 113, and 114 Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Passamaquoddy Bay Tidal Power Project and the New Deal. An honors paper for the Department of History, Bowdoin College. Moreau, Raymond. Passamaquoddy Tidal Power: An Analysis. Thesis (M.A.) in Political Science–University of Maine.

Smith, Lincoln. “Tidal Power in Maine.” Land Economics. August,pp. The international Passamaquoddy tidal power project and Upper Saint John River hydroelectric power development: Report to President John F. Kennedy in response to letter of [United States.

Passamaquoddy-Saint John Survey of Passamaquoddy Tidal Power Project book Study Committee.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

The international Passamaquoddy tidal power project and Upper Saint John River Author. United States. Passamaquoddy-Saint John River Study Committee. The international Passamaquoddy tidal power project and Upper Saint John River hydroelectric power development: Report to President John F.

Kennedy in response to letter of (Volume 2) [United States. Passamaquoddy-Saint John River Study Committee] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Survey of Passamaquoddy Tidal Power Project: hearings before the United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs, Subcommittee on House Joint Resolutions, andEighty-Third Congress, first session, on J 22, (Washington: U.S.

G.P.O., ), by United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs. The “Quoddy” Tidal Hydro-Electric Power Project of By Mark C. Borton By capturing the tides in the square mile Passamaquoddy Bay—which has some of the highest tides in the world—you could produce enough electricity to power much of Maine.

InDexter P. Cooper arrived in Passamaquoddy Bay to survey the land and ocean for a potential tidal dam. Over the coming years the project grew involving the Army Corp of Engineers, thousands of workers, and even the guiding hands of presidents. Click here to view the history of the Passamaquoddy Tidal Project.

Inthe Passamaquoddy Bay Tidal Power Project received $7 million from the Public Works Administration, funds Roosevelt could allocate without Congressional approval. The money was spent on two dams across Cobscook Bay, a two-way navigation lock, a gate structure, a main generating station, and permanent and temporary housing at a nearby site named Quoddy Village.

The original goals of the Passamaquoddy tidal project were to supply jobs to an economical depressed nation and to supply cheap available energy to the surrounding state.

Collected data from the recording stations estimates a total energy collection of 14, MWe. However, tidal ranges in the oceans vary from 50cm or less to over 10 m, and it is the largest tides that represent the best energy source.

This book describes how large tides develop in particular places and how the energy could be extracted by building suitable barrages.4/5(1).

John fitzgerald kennedy dream of Passamaguoddy. watch a video and learn about about jfk's plan to use our ocean as an energy source. It is not surprising, therefore, that Americans are interested in the project for getting tidal power at Passamaquoddy Bay, which lies between New Brunswick, Canada, and Maine, U.S.A.

Campobello Island, while not the site of the project, played an integral part in the Passamaquoddy Tidal Power Project. Dexter Cooper, the engineer behind. Quoddy Tidal Power Project By Mark Ferguson. The city in which I grew up Survey of Passamaquoddy Tidal Power Project book located on the border of Maine and New Brunswick, Canada.

Besides being exceedingly picturesque and unspoiled, this region experiences the highest tides in the United States. As table 1 displays the tidal change on 28 March was about 19 ½ feet over a 6-hour period.

Get this from a library. Survey of Passamaquoddy Tidal Power Project: hearings before the Subcommittee of the Committee on Foreign Affairs, House of Representatives, Eighty-third Congress, first session, on H.J. Res. H.J. Res,and H.J. Res.to authorize and direct the International Joint Commission on United States-Canadian Boundary Waters to make a survey of the proposed.

The proposed Passamaquoddy power project involves the construction of a series of dams across the mouth of Passamaquoddy and Cobscook Bays. Passamaquoddy Bay, the proposed high pool, will be. In an old book on Maine history, called simply Maine, which included the story of my uncle’s efforts, I found a two-sentence reference to the fact that President John Kennedy had tried to build a tidal dam between Passamaquoddy and Cobscook Bay.

The book said the dam was very controversial, had many enemies, was communistic, and did not. beneficial or otherwise, Which such a power project night have on the local and national economies in the United States and Canada and, to this end, to study the effects which the construction, maintenance and operation of the tidal power struc— tures mi¿ht have upon the fisheries in the area.

During the energy crisis of the s, large scale tidal power for Cobscook Bay and Passamaquoddy Bay was resurrected in terms of an International and all-American project.

During this period, the Passamaquoddy Tribe at the Pleasant Point Reservation proposed the construction of the Half-Moon Cove project as both a demonstration project and a. President Franklin D. Roosevelt surveys a working scale model of the Quoddy Tidal Power Project in Eastport, July Congress would eliminate the project’s funding later that year.

The model is now on display at Eastport’s Quoddy Dam Museum. Passamaquoddy Tidal Power Project Photograph s ; National Archives at Boston. Goodwin, John E. The Passamaquoddy Tidal Power Project, paper presented at the 14th Annual Conference of State Utility Commission Engineers, Washington DC, 11"x ", 24 leaves.

Offset printed from typed originals. Staple-bound. Wrappers. Provenance: Library of Congress, with their tiny (6mm) perforated stamp on the front cover and the surplus rubber stamp on rear cover. Prior Surveys of the Passamaquoddy Project plans originally for an international tidal power project at Passamaquoddy and Cobscook Bays, but later for a project located wholly in the United States.

The United States' Federal Power Commission in its review of. *Passamaquoddy/Maliseet Reference Book. [Pleasant Point, Perry, Maine]: Passamaquoddy/Maliseet Bilingual Program, pp.

*Maine Indian Program. The Wabanakis of Maine and the Maritimes: A Resource Book about Passamaquoddy, Maliseet, Micmac, and Abenaki Indians.

Proposals for tidal power in the United States of America have been made in several states including Maine, Oregon, New York, and Florida. Maine is the first state to have implemented a commercial scale project. Cobscook Bay, Maine.

The Bay of Fundy is a large saltwater bay between Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and the Northeastern tip of Maine. What is 'Quoddy. 'Quoddy is the familiar name now widely used to refer to the International Passamaquoddy Tidal Power Project. 'Quoddy is a farsighted venture in international cooperation between the two great neighbors of the North American continent.

'Quoddy in essence is a plan to harness the tremendous tides of the Passamaquoddy Bay region of New England and the Canadian. The Project: The Quoddy Bay project was first proposed in by an American hydroelectric engineer named Dexter Cooper.

He envisioned a barrage-style method of power generation in the area, with Passamaquoddy Bay being used as the ‘high’ pool and Cobscook bay as the ‘low’ pool. The book reviews recent progress in extracting power from the ocean, surveys the history of tidal power harnessing and updates a prior publication by the author.

Customer reviews out of 5 stars1/5(1). States and Canada, signed at Washington on Januunder 36 Stat. the provisions of such treaty, be requested by the Secretary of State to arrange for a final survey to be made to determine the cost of construction of the proposed Passamacjuoddy tidal power project at Passamaquoddy Bay in the State of Maine, ITnited States of.

In the latter part of the nineteenth century, the concept of tidal power was turned to the generation of electricity. Ina book was published in London entitled Tidal Power by A.

Struben. The book outlined several methods for capturing energy from the tides. WASHINGTON, May -- A proposal for a survey looking to continuance of the Passamaquoddy tidal power generation project was rejected by the Senate today after the Maine Senators had voted.

WASHINGTON, June 14 -- (UP) -- The Senate shouted its approval today of legislation to authorize the United States to join Canada in a survey of possible tidal power projects in Passamaquoddy Bay.

Passamaquoddy Bay is an inlet of the Bay of Fundy, between the U.S. state of Maine and the Canadian province of New Brunswick, at the mouth of the St. Croix of the bay lies within Canada, with its western shore bounded by Washington County, southernmost point is formed by West Quoddy Head on the U.S.

mainland in Lubec, Maine; and runs northeasterly through Campobello. b, feb. 14, to arthur lazarus company: a report has been received from the department of the army concerning the protest made in your letter of decemto the effect that you were not allowed to present your qualifications to perform "under revised circumstances" an economic survey and report on maine in connection with the international passamaquoddy tidal power project.

Get this from a library. Supplement to July report: the international Passamaquoddy tidal power project and Upper Saint John River hydroelectric power development. [United States. Passamaquoddy-Saint John River Study Committee.].

12 (84 th): Joint resolution to request the Secretary of State to arrange for the International Joint Commission, United States and Canada, to conduct a survey of the proposed Passamaquoddy tidal power project, and for other purposes.

Some old-fashioned logrolling also helped. Two days before the vote, Wisconsin's Senator Alexander Wiley, long a Seaway project man, got his Foreign Relations Committee to approve a $3, survey for the long-dormant Passamaquoddy Tidal Power project on the Maine-New Brunswick border.

In the 's, Cooper proposed the Passamaquoddy Tidal Power Project, a plan for capturing the energy stored in the area's tides. His initial proposal was for an international two-pool system (see map). Passamaquoddy Bay and Cobscook Bay would be dammed.

and Passamaquoddy Bays, submitted for publication in the journal, Renewable Energy. (Reference 2) • Tidal Power Inventory of the Maine Coast, Prepared by the Maine Office of Energy Resources. (Reference 3) • NOAA Tidal Current Tables, (Reference 4).

While Passamaquoddy Bay and the Bay of Fundy in the United States and Canada are prime proving grounds for tidal power, tests are also being run at other sites. This map shows the location of the proposed tidal power project in Maine. Image from Halcyon Tidal Power Leaders of the Passamaquoddy Tribe at Pleasant Point are opposing a $ million tidal power project that's stirring controversy in Maine.

The Halcyon Tidal Power development would be located at the mouth of the Pennamaquan tribe says the project will destroy a. ORPC is proposing two tidal power projects, one for Western Passage of Passamaquoddy Bay and one for Cobscook Bay that would extend from Shackford Head to Birch Point. The former would consist of modules, each housing two turbines and a generator, a "support structure" and a transmission line to shore.

Commercial tidal power going online off Eastport coastline. EASTPORT -- The tide is running out of Passamaquoddy and Cobscook bays, transforming the miles-wide ocean passages around Eastport into.Tidal barrages make use of the potential energy in the difference in height (or hydraulic head) between high and low tides.

When using tidal barrages to generate power, the potential energy from a tide is seized through strategic placement of specialized dams. .• Tidal Energy Resource: Astronomically-governed and thus highly predictable and relatively insensitive to weather conditions.

• Tidal In-Stream Energy Conversion Devices: Submerged turbine on monopile foundation has made most progress. • Electric Power Research Institute Projects: Multi-year.