Republic Act 5173 Case Study

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According to Republic Act 5173, to ensure all safe passage of all vessels and watercrafts thru all navigable waters subject to the jurisdiction of the Philippines, the construction of all bridges over navigable waters has to be referred to the PCG for issuance of appropriate clearance, particularly confirming that the structure would not be hazardous to navigation. In addition to Republic Act 5173, the navigational span of the bridge should be provided in a way that it does not obstruct the safe navigation of appropriate vessels or watercraft passing through the area. Furthermore, Republic Act 5173 states that the installation and placement of all applicable navigational lights and markings in the navigable approaches of a road bridge, which is an inherent obligation of the constructor, have to be in conformity with the International Association of Lighthouse Authorities Buoyage System. Related Literature Pontoon bridge A ceaseless boat type span which is made of firmly associated barges and inclines pressed to the shore banks and a discrete barge sort span with a pillar deck and a few discrete boats working as…show more content…
Fresh H2O absorption happens along the surface of the sea. It is because of the inflow of the river as well the precipitation, lowering the amount of salinity. Also, increase in salinity happened by sea ice formation and by evaporation. Since the salinification and freshening happened in variation of place, salinity located at a specific place return the water’s upstream there. In considering subtropical latitude, evaporation in a high surface builds high amount of salinity close to the surface of the sea. On the other hand, in considering subpolar latitude, high amount of precipitation builds low salinity close to the surface of the sea. In the interior of the ocean, both low and high salinity are

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