Contents 1 History 2 Flora and fauna 3 References 4 See also


History[edit] The Sacramento Deep Water Ship Channel was authorized by the River and Harbor Act of 24 July 1946.[4] It is a modification of, and a supplement to, the Sacramento River Shallow Draft Navigation Project which was adopted by the River and Harbor Act of 3 March 1899, which was started in September 1899 and completed in 1904. While the Deep Water Ship Channel project was authorized in 1946, with construction started in 1949, it was stopped in 1950 and did not start again till 1956, with ship operation not until June 1963.[5] The Channel is part of the California Green Trade Corridor project, as ships move cargo much greener than trucks and trains. Green Trade Corridor Marine Highway (ports of Oakland-Stockton-West Sacramento) can improve goods movement through Northern California.[6]


Flora and fauna[edit] Sea lions have been spotted at the far eastern terminus of the Sacramento Deep Water Ship Channel, at approximately 38°33'04.3"N 121°34'46.6"W,[7] as have American White Pelicans, at approximately 38°33'04.3"N 121°34'46.6"W.[8]


References[edit] ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Sacramento River Deep Water Ship Channel ^ U.S. Army Corps of Engineers: Sacramento River Deep Water Ship Channel Project ^ Mayr, Shawn, "Monitoring Flow at the Sacramento Deep Water Ship Channel," California Department of Water Resources - Central District, Feb. 28, 2006. Accessed Dec. 31, 2015. ^ USACE 2011, p. 1. ^ Sacramento Deep Water Ship Channel, 24 July 1946 ^ portofoakland.com, California Green Trade Corridor ^ [1] ^ [2] Sacramento River Deep Water Ship Channel: Draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement / Subsequent Environmental Impact Report (PDF). United States Army Corps of Engineers. February 2011. 


See also[edit] California Heartland City of West Sacramento United States Army Corps of Engineers Container on barge v t e Ports of California Panamax ports Long Beach Los Angeles Oakland Richmond San Diego San Francisco Stockton Non-panamax ports Port of Humboldt Bay Port of Hueneme Redwood City Sacramento Canals Sacramento Deep Water Ship Channel Alternate West Coast Seaports Ensenada Colonet (planned) Lázaro Cárdenas Portland Seattle Tacoma Port Metro Vancouver Port of Prince Rupert West Coast LNG Terminals Costa Azul LNG Category Economy Communications Retrieved from "https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Sacramento_Deep_Water_Ship_Channel&oldid=815781021" Categories: Canals in CaliforniaSacramento RiverGeography of the Sacramento ValleyBodies of water of Sacramento County, CaliforniaBodies of water of Solano County, CaliforniaBodies of water of Yolo County, CaliforniaWest Sacramento, CaliforniaTransportation buildings and structures in Sacramento County, CaliforniaTransportation buildings and structures in Solano County, CaliforniaTransportation buildings and structures in Yolo County, CaliforniaEconomy of Sacramento, CaliforniaCanals opened in 19631963 establishments in CaliforniaGeography of the San Francisco Bay AreaHidden categories: Coordinates on Wikidata


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