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DREDGING ROUNDUP NORTH AMERICA - April/May 2015

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Latin America Roundup

DREDGING ROUNDUP LATIN AMERICA - January/February 2015

Dredging Roundup / LATIN AMERICA Jul/Aug 2015

DREDGING ROUNDUP LATIN AMERICA April/May 2014

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DREDGING ROUNDUP LATIN AMERICA -June 2014

DREDGING ROUNDUP LATIN AMERICA -July/August 2014

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Equipment

Sea-Axe Developed for Precise Sediment Removal in Shallow and Deep Water

Alex Whyte has drawn on three decades of experience to design a controlled flow excavator (CFE) that can be precisely controlled in water from a meter and a half (4.9 feet) to 500 meters (1,640 feet) deep. JBS Subsea of Peterhead, Scotland teamed with Whyte to manufacture and market the new Sea-Axe, which had its commissioning in May.

TerraCure Chosen for Oil Site Remediation in Louisiana

Michael Behan’s Harbor Resource Management Corporation (HRMC) is about to embark on a commercial demonstration of its TerraCure™ process on a contract in Louisiana to remediate approximately 500 cubic yards of soil contaminated by oil drilling in the early 20th century. The technology was developed for treating contaminated dredged material.

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Legislation

North Atlantic Division Restores Hurricane Sandy Damaged Beaches

On December 21, with the completion of a project in Westhampton, New York, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers North Atlantic Division finished its last 25 emergency beach repair projects authorized after Hurricane Sandy.

National Dredging Meeting and DCA Reception Celebrated Passage of WRRDA

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Projects

Port of Brownsville Looks to Fund Deepening Project Ahead of Federal Action

The Port of Brownsville is mulling an initiative with tenants in the port to help fund a $251 million dredging project on the Brazos Island Harbor Channel that will allow the port to handle deeper draft vessels, ahead of federal authorization.

Caño Martin Peña Closer to Cleaning up the Waterway

The environmental and health disaster that is the Caño Martin Peña is slowly marching toward resolution.

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News

NWC 2015 Focuses on Arkansas

The National Waterways Conference 2015 annual meeting will take place in Little Rock, Arkansas from September 16 to 18.

Registration Opens for Dredging 2015

Registration is open for Dredging 2015 conference, Moving and Managing Sediments, which will be held at the Hyatt Regency Savannah in Georgia, from October 19 to 22.

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Hydrographic Surveying

Buffalo District’s New Survey Vessel Honors Buxbaum

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Buffalo District named the latest addition to its hightech hydrographic survey fleet after retired Command Sgt. Maj. Michael L. Buxbaum, U.S. Army Retired.

HYDROGRAPHIC SOCIETY OF AMERICA CREATES LATIN AMERICAN CHAPTER

During the last U.S. HYDRO 2015, held in Washington, D.C. from March 16 to 19, the Hydrographic Society of America announced the creation of the Latin American Chapter. This becomes the third active chapter, after the Houston and Southeast chapters.

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Environment

WEDA Honors Innovative Practices for Environmental Excellence Awards

The Western Dredging Association (WEDA) chose its annual Environmental Excellence Awards for Navigation and Environmental Dredging, led by Committee Chair Craig Vogt. The committee presents two awards in each category for the winner and runner up.

CEDA Releases Paper on Environmental Monitoring

The Central Dredging Association (CEDA) has published a new paper. Entitled “Environmental Monitoring Procedures,” this paper describes why and how environmental monitoring is undertaken. It covers the different types of monitoring in relation to the different stages of a dredging project, and includes a series of case studies, which illustrate monitoring methods and uses.

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Shallow Survey 2015

2015.09.14

The 7th International Conference on High Resolution Surveys in Shallow Water, Plymouth, Devon, U.K. Presented by the United Kingdom...

Shallow Survey 2015

2015.09.14

The 7th International Conference on High Resolution Surveys in Shallow Water, Plymouth, Devon, U.K. Presented by the United Kingdom...

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Editorial - Corps Reports: the New Business as Usual

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Nov/Dec 2014 EDITORIAL

EDITORIAL - September/October 2014

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