Newark Bay


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New′ark Bay′


n.
a bay in NE New Jersey. 6 mi. (10 km) long; 1 mi. (1.6 km) wide.
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The site contains 62.9 acres of riparian water rights, offers immediate maritime access to the Hudson River and the Newark Bay (via the Kill Van Kull), as well as direct access to the New Jersey Turnpike, Interstate 78, Route 440, Routes 1 & 9 and the GCT (just 800 feet across the channel).
In Newark Bay, New Jersey, dredging projects have both deepened and widened the shipping channel, in some places blasting through solid rock, to create the channel that exists today.
"PSE&G is the first utility in New Jersey to use this new robot, which recently inspected 2.2 miles of pipeline between Jersey City and Kearny, including under Newark Bay," Ragula said.
Hundreds of sediment samples taken from the Hackensack last summer show a riverbed laced for 22 miles with dozens of contaminants, from Newark Bay up to the Oradell Reservoir.
It connects Newark Bay with Upper Newark Bay; the Robbins Reef Light marks the eastern end of the Kill, Bergen Point the western end.
An even rarer UK encounter was also recorded when a dead green turtle washed up in Newark Bay, on South Ronaldsay in the Orkneys.
The JCMUA has violated the environmental law by releasing untreated sewage into the Hackensack and Hudson Rivers, as well as Newark Bay and Penhorn Creek, according to the U.S.
The contracts were awarded by the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission Council for work on the New Irvington Tunnel; the New York State Thruway Authority for work on the Tappan Zee Bridge; and the New Jersey Turnpike Authority for work on the Newark Bay Bridge.
IS, 1958, wreck of a Jersey Central commuter train occurred when the train went through an open drawbridge span into Newark Bay; the bridge itself was not at fault.
Laboratory-reared offspring of tomcod adults from Newark Bay, in the western portion of the Hudson River estuary, were also used in this study.
Investigations Of PCBs in bottom sediments of the New York-New Jersey Harbor estuary have found elevated concentrations in areas of Newark Bay, Sandy Hook Bay, and the Hudson--Raritan estuary.