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Annual Report-Panama Canal Company, Canal Zone Government : Year 1958

By: Panama Canal Company; Canal Zone

...c :2. 1 .1 : 9^*^ f i 1 CM f ?kWk\hk CANAL COMPANY CANAL ZONE GOVERNMENT ANNUAL REPORT FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30... ...mathers Libraries http://www.archive.org/details/annualreportpana1958pana PANAMA CANAL COMPANY Balboa Heights, Canal Zone OFFICEOFTHEPRESIDENT Januar... ... Libraries http://www.archive.org/details/annualreportpana1958pana PANAMA CANAL COMPANY Balboa Heights, Canal Zone OFFICEOFTHEPRESIDENT January 5, 19... ...Canal Zone OFFICEOFTHEPRESIDENT January 5, 1959. TO THE STOCKHOLDER OF THE PANAMA CANAL COMPANY! The year just ended broke all records for number of s... ...one OFFICEOFTHEPRESIDENT January 5, 1959. TO THE STOCKHOLDER OF THE PANAMA CANAL COMPANY! The year just ended broke all records for number of ships tr... ...! The year just ended broke all records for number of ships transiting the Panama Canal and tolls collections. A total of 9,466 oceangoing vessels wer... ...ear just ended broke all records for number of ships transiting the Panama Canal and tolls collections. A total of 9,466 oceangoing vessels were trans... ...ments which were developed and approved in connection with the Short Range Panama Canal Improvements Study of 1957. These im- provements are designed ... ...uture traffic projections, have been completed. Down through the years the Panama Canal has kept pace with world shipping requirements. It is the inte...

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Panama Canal

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... Panama Canal Zone ... ... Panama Canal Zone ... ... Panamax cruise ships ... ... Pages in category "Panama Canal" The following 53 pages are in this category, out of 53 tota... ... Pages in category "Panama Canal" The following 53 pages are in this category, out of 53 total. ... ... Alberto Aleman Ancon Hill Atlantic Bridge, Panama B Basic (film) ... ... Bridge of the Americas C Canal Dreams Causeway Islands Centennial Bridge, Pa... ... Canal Dreams Causeway Islands Centennial Bridge, Panama Chagres River Chong Chon Gang Co... ... Health measures during the construction of the Panama Canal History of the Panama Canal I ...

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Annual Report-Panama Canal Company, Canal Zone Government : Year 1965

By: Panama Canal Company; Canal Zone

...XI / %§ V PANAMA CANAL COMPANY CANAL ZONE GOVERNMENT ANNUAL REPORT FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1965 Digiti... ...mathers Libraries http://www.archive.org/details/annualreportpana1965pana PANAMA CANAL COMPANY Balboa Heights, C.Z. OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT December ... ... Libraries http://www.archive.org/details/annualreportpana1965pana PANAMA CANAL COMPANY Balboa Heights, C.Z. OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT December 29, 196... ... C.Z. OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT December 29, 1965. To The Stockholder of the Panama Canal Company: The story of the Panama Canal throughout the fiscal y... ...FFICE OF THE PRESIDENT December 29, 1965. To The Stockholder of the Panama Canal Company: The story of the Panama Canal throughout the fiscal year end... ...world. A record volume of 78,899,012 long tons of cargo flowed through the Canal during the year. Since World War II extensive studies have been made ... ...ases, and provision of increased amounts of electric power required by the Panama Canal Company and Canal Zone Government. The Board of Directors has ... ...ant to provide such services. Robert J. Fleming, Jr., President. CONTENTS PANAMA CANAL COMPANY INTRODUCTION Page Organization Chart Faces page 1 The ... ...cers .... 3 Comparative Tabulation of Highlightsof Operations . 4 Summary: Panama Canal Company Operations... 5 Canal Traffic and Cargo Movements 5 Fi...

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Panama Canal locks

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...ce of locks and passages that a vessel passes through while transiting the Panama canal. ... ...ocks and passages that a vessel passes through while transiting the Panama canal. ... ...s the Atlantic Ocean. The Panama Canal locks is a lock system that lifts a ship up 85 feet (26 metres... ...tlantic Ocean. The Panama Canal locks is a lock system that lifts a ship up 85 feet (26 metres) to th... ...stem that lifts a ship up 85 feet (26 metres) to the main elevation of the Panama Canal and down again. It has a total of six steps (three up, three d... ...at lifts a ship up 85 feet (26 metres) to the main elevation of the Panama Canal and down again. It has a total of six steps (three up, three down) fo... ...he size of the locks limits the maximum size of ships that can transit the canal; this size is known as Panamax. Construction on t... ...he maximum size of ships that can transit the canal; this size is known as Panamax. Construction on the Panama Canal expansion pro... ...ne the maximum size of ships that can use the canal; this size is known as Panamax. The total lift (the amount by which a ship is raised or lowered) i...

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Report of Special Panama Canal Commission : with Letter from the Governor of the Panama Canal to the Secretary of War, Dated September 17, 1921 and Letter from the Secretary of War to the Governer of the Panama Canal, Dated October 18, 1921

By: United States.: Special Panama Canal Commission
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Harold Parfitt (Panama Canal)

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Annual Report-Panama Canal Company, Canal Zone Government : Year 1968

By: Panama Canal Company; Canal Zone

...Peplocewei t innnffY |jtn,-|iimliii lirTfTr''""°ff' PANAMA CANAL COMPANY CANAL ZONE GOVERNMENT ANNUAL REPORT FISCAL YEAR ENDED ... ...Peplocewei t innnffY |jtn,-|iimliii lirTfTr''""°ff' PANAMA CANAL COMPANY CANAL ZONE GOVERNMENT ANNUAL REPORT FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30... ...ERNMENT ANNUAL REPORT FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1968 it* ,i$t****i»i^^ PANAMA CANAL COMPANY Balboa Heights, C.Z. OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT To THE St... ... ANNUAL REPORT FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1968 it* ,i$t****i»i^^ PANAMA CANAL COMPANY Balboa Heights, C.Z. OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT To THE Stockhold... ...ANY Balboa Heights, C.Z. OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT To THE Stockholder of the Panama Canal Company: It is my pleasure to present this review of another o... ...boa Heights, C.Z. OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT To THE Stockholder of the Panama Canal Company: It is my pleasure to present this review of another outstand... ...y: It is my pleasure to present this review of another outstanding year of Canal operations—a year marked by intense demands on the capabilities of th... ...ting continuing challenge efficiently. W. p. Leber, President. CONTENTS PANAMA CANAL COMPANY INTRODUCTION Organization Chart The Canal Organization... ...org/details/annualreportpana1968pana < a. O o INTRODUCTION THE CANAL The Panama Canal is a lock-tvpe canal approximately 51 miles long from deep wat...

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History of the Panama Canal

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...ores Locks in 2004 The history of the Panama Canal goes back almost to the earliest explorers of the Americas. Th... ...cks in 2004 The history of the Panama Canal goes back almost to the earliest explorers of the Americas. The narro... ...nists of Central America recognized this potential, and schemes for such a canal were floated several times in the subsequent years. ... ...tion started in earnest. An initial attempt by France to build a sea-level canal failed, but only after a great amount of excavation was carried out. ... ...ied out. This was of use to the United States, which completed the present Panama Canal in 1913 and officially opened it in 1914. Along the way, the s... .... This was of use to the United States, which completed the present Panama Canal in 1913 and officially opened it in 1914. Along the way, the state of... ...anal in 1913 and officially opened it in 1914. Along the way, the state of Panama was created through its separation from Colombia in 1903, due to a U... ... 1888 German map of a projected Panama Canal (above) and an alternate Nicaragua route (below) ... ...5. The conclusion was that the two most favorable routes were those across Panama (then a part of Colombia) and across Nicaragua, with a route across ...

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The Panama Canal

By: Haskin, Frederic Jennings, 1872-1944

... J. HASKIN Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org CANAL Title: THE PANAMA CANAL Author: FREDERIC J. HASKIN Language: Eng... ...ic Literature Collection World Public Library.org CANAL Title: THE PANAMA CANAL Author: FREDERIC J. HASKIN Language: English Subject: Fiction... ...... ...... ...m photographs taken by ERNEST HALLEN Official Photographer of the Isthmian Canal Commission GARDEN CITY NEW YORK DOUBLEDAY, PAGE & COMPANY 1914 r ..U... ...CE THE primary purpose of this book is to tell the layman the story of the Panama Canal. It is written, therefore, in the simplest manner possible, co... ...primary purpose of this book is to tell the layman the story of the Panama Canal. It is written, therefore, in the simplest manner possible, consideri... ..., to turn aside into the pleasant paths of the romantic history of ancient Panama has been resisted; there is no attempt to dispose of political probl... ...that chapter. Every American is proud of the great national achievement at Panama. If, in the case of the individual, this book is able to supplement ...

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Panama Canal Zone

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... 553 sqmi former unorganized U.S. territory located within the Republic of Panama consisting of the Panama Canal and an area generally extendi... ... territory located within the Republic of Panama consisting of the Panama Canal and an area generally extending on each side of the centerline,... ...nd an area generally extending on each side of the centerline, but excluding Panama City and Colón, which otherwise would have been partly within ... ...uld have been partly within the limits of the Zone. Its border spanned two of Panama's provinces and was created on November 18, 1903, with the sign... ...hose lakes were included within the Zone. On February 26, 1904, the Isthmian Canal Convention was proclaimed. In it, the Republic of Panama granted... ..., 1904, the Isthmian Canal Convention was proclaimed. In it, the Republic of Panama granted to the United States in perpetuity the use, occupation, ... ...or the construction, maintenance, operation, sanitation, and protection of the canal. From 1903 to 1979 the territory was controlled by the United S... ...to 1979 the territory was controlled by the United States, which had built the canal and financed its construction. From 1979 to 1999 the canal itself... ...nced its construction. From 1979 to 1999 the canal itself was under joint U.S.–Panamanian control. In 1977 the Torrijos–Carter Treaties established ...

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The Panama Canal

By: Mckinlay, Duncan E, 1862

.... McKINLAY Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org CANAL Title: THE PANAMA CANAL Author: DUNCAN E. McKINLAY Language: Eng... ...ic Literature Collection World Public Library.org CANAL Title: THE PANAMA CANAL Author: DUNCAN E. McKINLAY Language: English Subject: Fiction... ...... ...... ...NCAN&.M^KJNLAY DUNCAN E. McKINLAY Who as a Member of Congress Visited the Canal with the Interstate Committee of the House THE BIG FOUR OF THE PANAM... ... the Canal with the Interstate Committee of the House THE BIG FOUR OF THE PANAMA CANALP resident William Mc- Kinley, President William H. Taft, Presi... ...nal with the Interstate Committee of the House THE BIG FOUR OF THE PANAMA CANALP resident William Mc- Kinley, President William H. Taft, President Th... ...iam H. Taft, President Theodore Roosevelt and Colonel G. W. Goethals. THE PANAMA CANAL DUNCAN E. McKINLAY 1912 W H i TA K ER & RAY-W i r, <;rN Co . S... ...N CO. 1912 DEDICATED TO PRESIDENT WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT BY THE AUTHOR. THE PANAMA CANAL Of all subjects now occupying the attention of the world at la...

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Panama Canal Railway

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The Panama Canal

By: Mckinlay, Duncan E, 1862

.... McKINLAY Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org CANAL Title: THE PANAMA CANAL Author: DUNCAN E. McKINLAY Language: Eng... ...ic Literature Collection World Public Library.org CANAL Title: THE PANAMA CANAL Author: DUNCAN E. McKINLAY Language: English Subject: Fiction... ...ldLibrary.net DUNCAN E. McKINLAY Who as a Member of Congress Visited the Canal with the Interstate Committee of the House THE BIG FOUR OF THE' PANA... ...the Canal with the Interstate Committee of the House THE BIG FOUR OF THE' PANAMA CANALP resident William Mc- Kinley, President William H. Taft, Presi... ...al with the Interstate Committee of the House THE BIG FOUR OF THE' PANAMA CANALP resident William Mc- Kinley, President William H. Taft, President Th... ...iam H. Taft, President Theodore Roosevelt and Colonel G. W. Goethals. THE PANAMA CANAL DUNCAN E. McKINLAY it W 1912 : R A Y \V i < ; . , i \ Co SAX F... ...Taft, President Theodore Roosevelt and Colonel G. W. Goethals. THE PANAMA CANAL DUNCAN E. McKINLAY it W 1912 : R A Y \V i < ; . , i \ Co SAX FRANCISC... ...912 DEDICATED TO PRESIDENT WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT BY THE AUTHOR. 271080 THE PANAMA CANAL Of all subjects now occupying the attention of the world at la... ...n flag floats in sovereignly, none is paramount to the construction of the Panama Canal. The completion of the canal, while a world event, will, of co...

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Torrijos–Carter Treaties

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...e Torrijos–Carter Treaties are two treaties signed by the United States and Panama in Washington, D.C., on September 7, 1977, which abrogated the ... ...abrogated the Hay–Bunau-Varilla Treaty of 1903. The treaties guaranteed that Panama would gain control of the Panama Canal after 1999, ending the ... ...of 1903. The treaties guaranteed that Panama would gain control of the Panama Canal after 1999, ending the control of the canal that the U.S. had ex... ... after the two signatories, U.S. President Jimmy Carter and the Commander of Panama's National Guard, General Omar Torrijos . Although Torrijos was... ...n a coup in 1968, it is generally considered that he had widespread support in Panama to justify his signing of the treaties. This first treaty is o... ...lly titled The Treaty Concerning the Permanent Neutrality and Operation of the Panama Canal and is commonly known as the "Neutrality Treaty". Under t... ...led The Treaty Concerning the Permanent Neutrality and Operation of the Panama Canal and is commonly known as the "Neutrality Treaty". Under this tre... ...reaty". Under this treaty, the U.S. retained the permanent right to defend the canal from any threat that might interfere with its continued neutral s... ...eutral service to ships of all nations. The second treaty is titled The Panama Canal Treaty (Tratado del Canal de Panamá), and provided that as from 1...

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The Panama canal

By: Mckinlay, Duncan E, 1862
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Panama Canal Authority

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...The Panama Canal Authority is the agency of the government of Panama responsible for the operation and management of the Panama Canal .... ...nt of Panama responsible for the operation and management of the Panama Canal . The ACP took over the administration of the Panama Canal from the... ...gement of the Panama Canal . The ACP took over the administration of the Panama Canal from the Panama Canal Commission, the joint US–Panama agency... ...he ACP took over the administration of the Panama Canal from the Panama Canal Commission, the joint US–Panama agency that managed the Canal, on Dec... ...nt US–Panama agency that managed the Canal, on December 31, 1999, when the canal was handed over from the United States to Panama as the Torrijos... ...mber 31, 1999, when the canal was handed over from the United States to Panama as the Torrijos-Carter Treaties stated. Establishment The Pana... ...ama as the Torrijos-Carter Treaties stated. Establishment The Panama Canal Authority is established under Title XIV of the National Constitution... ...e canal in a safe, continuous, efficient, and profitable manner., from the Panama Canal Authority The Organic Law of the Panama Canal Authority, pass... ...legal framework for the organization and operation of the canal., from the Panama Canal Authority Organization Because of its unique nature, the A...

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The Panama canal

By: Mckinlay, Duncan E, 1862
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List of Governors of the Panama Canal Zone

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The Panama Canal review; Issue: 1978: Summer

By: Panama Canal Company

...upplemental catalog subcollection information: American Libraries Collection; American University Library Collection; Historical Literature; Official Panama Canal publication.; sc82...

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Health measures during the construction of the Panama Canal

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... One of the greatest challenges facing the builders of the Panama Canal was dealing with the tropical disease s rife in the area... ... One of the greatest challenges facing the builders of the Panama Canal was dealing with the tropical disease s rife in the area. The h... ...asures taken during the construction contributed greatly to the success of the canal's construction. These included general health care, the provision... ... Background US control By the time the United States took control of the Panama Canal project on May 4, 1904, the Isthmus of Panama was notor... ...ound US control By the time the United States took control of the Panama Canal project on May 4, 1904, the Isthmus of Panama was notorious fo... ...sease s. An estimated 12, 000 workers had died during the construction of the Panama Railway and over 22, 000 during the French effort to build a ca... ...n of the Panama Railway and over 22, 000 during the French effort to build a canal. Many of these deaths were due to disease, particularly yellow ... ...ticularly yellow fever and malaria . At several times, construction on the Panama Railway had actually halted due to the lack of healthy workers. ... ..., 1905, Gorgas was finally able to put his ideas into action. Gorgas divided Panama into 11 districts, and Colón, Panama, into four. In each distr...

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The Panama Canal review; Volume: 14, 6

By: Panama Canal Company

...upplemental catalog subcollection information: American Libraries Collection; American University Library Collection; Historical Literature; Official Panama Canal publication.; sc82...

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Canal

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... The Royal Canal in Ireland. ... ... Small boat canals such as the Basingstoke Canal fueled the industrial revolution in mu... ...much of Europe and the United States. Canals and navigations are human-made channels for water. In the vernacular... ... human-made channels for water. In the vernacular both are referred to as 'canals'. The main difference between them is that a navigation parallels a ... ...ys over a higher body of land, like Canal du Midi, Canal de Briare and the Panama Canal. A canal can be constructed by dredgi... ... Ship Canal), or from one sea or ocean to another (e.g., Caledonian Canal, Panama Canal). Features ... ...ny times that of most other canals - and the Kiel Canal (1897), though the Panama Canal was not opened until 1914. In the 19th cen... .... Large-scale ship canals such as the Panama Canal and Suez Canal continue to operate for cargo transportation, a... ...coming increasingly important, resulting in expansion projects such as the Panama Canal expansion project. The narrow early indust...

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The Panama Canal review; Volume: 14, 4

By: Panama Canal Company

...upplemental catalog subcollection information: American Libraries Collection; American University Library Collection; Historical Literature; Official Panama Canal publication.; sc82...

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Canal Zone

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...Canal Zone may refer to: Panama Canal Zone, the former United States territory ... ...Canal Zone may refer to: Panama Canal Zone, the former United States territory Sue... ...nal Zone, the former United States territory Suez Canal Zone, the informal zone around the Suez Canal in Egypt ...

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The Panama Canal review; Series: August

By: Panama Canal Company

...upplemental catalog subcollection information: American Libraries Collection; American University Library Collection; Historical Literature; Official Panama Canal publication.; sc82...

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Panama mount

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... 155mm Cannon with Panama Mount The term Panama Mount describes a gun... ...a Mount describes a gunmount developed by the U.S. Army in Panama during the 1920s for fixed coastal artillery positions. Panama mounts were widely us... ...il for improved traverse. Canon de 155mm GPF, designated 155 mm gun M1917/M1918s in U.S. service, were often married with Panama mounts. ... ... Alaska. Recent photo of an abandoned Panama mount at Fort MacArth... ...rthur Panama mount in Western Aust... ... External links Sitka's 155mm Battery USACE Cape Cod Canal ...

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The Panama Canal review; Volume: 15, 4

By: Panama Canal Company

...upplemental catalog subcollection information: American Libraries Collection; American University Library Collection; Historical Literature; Official Panama Canal publication.; sc82...

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Balboa, Panama

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...alboa is a district of Panama City, located at the Pacific entrance to the Panama Canal . History The town of Balboa, founded by the United St... ...s a district of Panama City, located at the Pacific entrance to the Panama Canal . History The town of Balboa, founded by the United States d... ... town of Balboa, founded by the United States during the construction of the Panama Canal, was named after Vasco Núñez de Balboa, the Spanish conq... ...f Balboa, founded by the United States during the construction of the Panama Canal, was named after Vasco Núñez de Balboa, the Spanish conquistado... ...or credited with discovering the Pacific Ocean. The name was suggested to the Canal Zone authorities by the Peru vian ambassador to Panama. Prior t... ...me was suggested to the Canal Zone authorities by the Peru vian ambassador to Panama. Prior to being drained, filled and leveled by the U.S. Army C... ...lled and leveled by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, the hilly area north of Panama City was home to a few subsistence ranches and unused marshland... ...e ranches and unused marshland s. The town of Balboa, like most towns in the Canal Zone, was served by Canal Zone Government–operated schools, post ... ...Christian denomination churches, civic clubs, a masonic temple, and a YMCA . Panama Canal Treaties Until 1979, when the Canal Zone as a solely US ...

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The Panama Canal review; Volume: 14, 2

By: Panama Canal Company

...upplemental catalog subcollection information: American Libraries Collection; American University Library Collection; Historical Literature; Official Panama Canal publication.; sc82...

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Ship canal

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...he ocean s, sea s or lake s to which it is connected, as opposed to a barge canal intended to carry barge s and other vessels specifically designe... ...ded to carry barge s and other vessels specifically designed for river and/or canal navigation. Because of the constraints of accommodating vessels c... ...accommodating vessels capable of navigating large bodies of open water, a ship canal typically offers deeper water and higher bridge clearances that a... ... canal typically offers deeper water and higher bridge clearances that a barge canal of similar vessel length and width constraints. Ship canals may ... ... the start to accommodate ships, or less frequently they may be enlarged barge canals, or canalized or channelized river s. There are no specific mi... ...m 161 m wide USA Connects Houston, Texas to the Gulf of Mexico . Panama Canal 51 mi 25.9 m lock dimensions: 320m x 33.53m x 25.9... ... Panama Canal 51 mi 25.9 m lock dimensions: 320m x 33.53m x 25.9 m Panama Opened in 1914. Links the Caribbean Sea to the Pacific Ocea...

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The Panama Canal review; Volume: 14, 10

By: Panama Canal Company

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Eurasia Canal

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...Lake Manych-Gudilo is midway on the course of the proposed Eurasia Canal The Eurasia Canal (Russian: Кана... ...Евразия", Kanal "Evraziya") is a proposed 700-kilometre (430 mi) long canal connecting the Caspian Sea to the lower Black Sea along the Kuma-Many... ...ly, a chain of lakes and reservoirs and the shallow irrigation Kuma-Manych Canal are found along this route. The canal is intended... ...tended to provide a shorter route for shipping than the existing Volga-Don Canal system of waterways; it would also require fewer locks (or lower-rise... ...ower-rise locks) than the Volga-Don route. Manych Ship Canal is the existing canal system that would be the likely route for the E... ...d be four times longer than the Suez Canal and eight times longer than the Panama Canal. President Nazarbayev stated that the canal would make Kazakhs... ...d be four times longer than the Suez Canal and eight times longer than the Panama Canal. President Nazarbayev stated that the canal would make Kazakhs...

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The Panama Canal review; Volume: 12, 2

By: Panama Canal Company

...upplemental catalog subcollection information: American Libraries Collection; American University Library Collection; Historical Literature; Official Panama Canal publication.; sc82...

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Corinth Canal

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... The Corinth Canal (, Dhioryga tis Korinthou) is a canal that connects the Gulf of Corinth with the Saronic Gulf in t... ...mainland, thus effectively making the former an island . The builders dug the canal through the Isthmus at sea level ; no locks are employed. It is ... ... employed. It is 6.4 km /> in length and only Other than this, as the modern canal follows the same course as Nero's, no remains have survived. The... ...and Roman senator Herodes Atticus is also known to have considered digging a canal in the 2nd century AD, but did not manage to get a project underw... ...t in 1687 but likewise did not initiate a project. Construction of the modern canal The idea of a Corinth Canal was revived after Greece gained for... ...ere put in charge but, following the bankruptcy of the French company that dug Panama Canal, French banks refused to lend money and the company went b...

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The Panama Canal review; Volume: 15, 1/2

By: Panama Canal Company

...upplemental catalog subcollection information: American Libraries Collection; American University Library Collection; Historical Literature; Official Panama Canal publication.; sc82...

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Suez Canal

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... Navigation authority Suez Canal Authority History ... ... Original owner Suez Canal Company (Compagnie Universelle du Canal Maritime de Suez) ... ... Branch(es) The New Suez Canal The Suez Canal (Arabic: قناة الس... ...nbsp;mi) from the half-way point.[1] In 2012, 17,225 vessels traversed the canal (47 per day).[2] When built, the canal was 164&nb... ...It consists of the northern access channel of 22 km (14 mi), the canal itself of 162.25 km (100.82 mi) and the southern access cha... ...tions.[60][61] The canal can handle more traffic and larger ships than the Panama Canal. Some supertankers are too large to traverse the canal. Others...

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The Panama Canal review; Volume: 14, 7

By: Panama Canal Company

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The Panama Canal review; Volume: 12, 8

By: Panama Canal Company

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