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2001 Index of Features

BY-LINE ARTICLES

Articles that appeared in International Dredging Review this year. Back issues are $2.50 each. Contact the IDR editorial office to request copies. Issue designations are: #1- January; #2 - February; #3 - March/April; #4 - May; #5 - June/July; #6 - August; #7 - September/October; #8 - November/December


BY-LINE ARTICLES

Peña, Carlos G., “Crew Ventilates 10-mile Tunnel to Complete “Boston Risers’ Outfall”, #4, pg. 12

Powers, Judith, “September 11: The Maritime Industry Responds”, #7, pp. 20 - 23

COMPANY PROFILES
“Forrer Supply Company Entering 20th Year Selling HDPE Pipe to Dredging Industry”, #8, pg. 10

COVERS

#1. Hydraulic Boat Company’s weed harvesters

#2. A pipeline snakes through a wetland adjacent to Bayou DuPont in Southern Louisiana.

#3. View from lever room of H.R. Morris at Pier T project

#5. Maj. Gen. Hans Van Winkle accepts a plaque from WEDA president Carol Sanders, as the Corps of Engineers is named Dredger of the Year

#6. Jim Miner in the engine room of the new aggregate dredge James K. Page 4.

#7. Emergency dredging operations to create depth at Pier 25 for offloading steel from the World Trade Center, picturing the Weeks 231 scow, Weeks 500 dredge, Weeks 258 dump scow and tug Matthew.

#8. The Sir Thomas Hiley leaves Brisbane for Korea.

DREDGING ASSOCIATION NEWS
“CEDA Dredging Day to Feature ‘Outsider’ Views, Academics and Songs”, #2, pg. 2

“CEDA Dredging Day Speakers Announced”, #6, pg. 10

“Graham Addie Wins Best Paper Award At WEDA XXI in Houston”, #5, pg. 6

“Gulf Coast Chapter To Meet in September”, #5, pg. 14

“LMG to Describe Hopper Design At WODCON XVI”, #2, pg. 6

“Pacific Chapter Meeting Presents West Coast Dredging Issues”, #8, pp 6-8.

“WEDA Environmental Commission Seeks to Raise Dredging Awareness”, #5, pg. 4

“WEDA Journal Published”, #1, pg. 13

“WEDA Pacific Chapter To Meet in San Diego”, #6, pg. 13

“WODCON XVI Set for Kuala Lumpur”, #2, pg. 6

“World Dredging Congress in Malaysia Draws More Than 230 Delegates”, #4, pg. 10

DREDGING EQUIPMENT
“ADDC Launches Rotterdam”, #1, pg. 2

“Automated Vessel is Infracon’s First Dredge”, #1, pg. 6

“Bay West Purchases Dredge For Superfund Job”, #3, pg. 7

“Bean Companies Directory Listing Corrected”, #7, pg. 14

“Boskalis Westminster Will Build New Dredge, Expand WD Fairway”, #1, pg. 7

“Builders Aggregates Launching Dredge James K”, #6, pg. 4

“DEME Orders Second ‘Lange Wapper’ Dredge”, #2, pg. 4

“Ellicott Swinging Ladder Dredge Moves On Three Walking Spuds”, #6, pg. 6

“Hydraulic Boat Delivers Two Hydro-Mates”, #1, pg. 8

“IHC Delivers Dredge XVII to Dredging Corporation of India”, #7, pg. 14

“IHC Delivers Hansakawa to Sri Lanka,” #7, pg. 16

“IHC Launches HAM 318”, #5, pg. 10

“IHC Launches Kattouf in April”, #4, pg. 3

“IHC to Build Hopper Dredge for HAM”, #3, pg. 1

“Linda 1 Ready For Delivery To Shahimi Enterprises”, #2, pg. 6

“LMG to Describe Hopper Design At WODCON XVI”, #2, pg. 6

“Michigan Marina Uses Geotubes As De-watering Solution”, #4, pg. 6

“New Dredge Brisbane To Work in Queensland”, #2, pg. 6

“VOSTA Delivers Four Dredges to China”, #7, pg. 2

DREDGING PROJECTS
“American Construction Uses Three-GPS-Receiver System For Rock Placement”, #4, pg. 18

“Brennan and Phoenix Join Forces In Dredging and Dewatering Process”, #6, pg. 19

“Circle to Begin Two-Year Bayou Teche Job”, #7, pg. 9

“Culebra Cut Widening Completed in November”, #8, pg. 12

“Corps Recommends Widening, Deepening Corpus Christi Channels”, #5, pg. 10

“Corps Studying Fate of MR-GO” #6, pg. 18

“Crew Ventilates 10-mile Tunnel to Complete “Boston Risers’ Outfall” By Carlos G. Peña, PE, #4, pg. 12

“Dasa Project to Proceed in Hamburg”, #2, pg. 15

“Dredges in the Lower Mississippi River, April 22, 2001”, photos by August Cramer, #6, pg. 14

“Eco-Canal One Step Closer to Construction”, #1, pg. 12

“Great Lakes Wins $8 Million MRGO Contract”, #5, pg. 8

“HAM Using Geopotes 15 In Hong Kong”, #6, pg. 11

“HAM Wins Major Saudi Contract”, #7, pg. 8

“Louisiana Completes Marsh Creation Demo Projects”, #2, pg. 13

“Norfolk Orders Cable Arm Bucket”, #5, pg. 9

“Panama Canal Authority Sets Off Final Blast in Canal Widening”, #5, pg. 10

“Panama May Deepen Canal Channel”, #7, pg. 9

“Pier T Landfill Complete”, #3, pg. 4

“Pine Bluff Sand and Gravel Wins $62 million Dustpan Contract; Great Lakes Gets Kill Van Kull; Norfolk Takes Baltimore”, #6, pg. 15

“St. Paul District Viewing Private Contracts on Upper Mississippi”, #3, pg. 14

“Weeks Marine Wins $87 Million Galveston Bay Contract”, #7, pg. 8

“Yazoo - Talahatchie - Coldwater Flood Control Project Approaches Milestone”, #3, pg. 16

EDITORIALS (all on page 5)
#1. IDR celebrates 20th year in business

#2. Office of Management and Budget (OMB) is expected to slash the civil works appropriation by as much as $800 million in fiscal year 2002

#3. The shipping industry is facing an important and possibly dangerous ban of Tributylin (TBT).

#4. Perhaps the federal government will start viewing recreation as a valid economic impact.

#5. Dredging Contractors of America object to change in 10-hour work rule.

#6. The City of Bridgeport, Connecticut deserves applause for recognizing a waterway as an economical and non-polluting transportation vehicle.

#7 The attacks on United States landmarks on September 11 revealed that the citizens are united with a deep loyalty to the nation.

#8. Approve funding now for Caulerpa taxiflora eradication.

ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES
“Bay West Purchases Dredge For Superfund Job”, #3, pg. 7

“Cable Arm Receives Environmental Order”, #2, pg. 15

“Corps Testing Wattling In the AIWA”, #6, pg. 13

“Disposal Cells Deemed Safe For Portland Dredged Material”, #3, pg. 18

“Louisiana Completes Marsh Creation Demo Projects”, #2, pg. 13

“NOAA To Study Shortnose Sturgeon”, #7, pg. 12

“Normandeau Sponsors Wetlands”, #1, pg. 9

“Process Treats Dredged Materials Onsite”, #4, pg. 9

“Saltwater Alga Threatens Southern California Coast”, #8, Pg. 22

“TBT Ban Lacks Safe Removal Instructions”, #4, pg. 16

“Virginia Agency Applies for Oyster Reef Permits”, #1, pg. 7

GENERAL NEWS
“2002 Work Boat Show Dates Announced”, #8, pg. 15

“Arc Announces Website”, #1, pg. 7

“ASCE Plans Dredging 02”, #5, pg. 3

“Ballast Ham Dredging a Reality; Company Receives First Contract”, #8, pg. 13

“Bay West Announces New Board Members”, #6, pg. 12

“Bisso Raises Falcon Rig 55 In Gulf of Mexico”, #1, pg. 14

“Boskalis to Join Archirodon, Posts Year End Results”, #3, Pg. 15

“Blackwater Bayou is Object of Study”, #2, pg. 9

“Bleijenberg Opens Overseas Offices”, #6, pg. 7

“Chevron Phillips Closes California Pipe Facility”, #8, pg. 11

“Conference on Contaminated Sediment In Venice Will Include 200 Papers, Draw 600 Attendees”, #6, pg. 8

“Court Halts HBG Merger With Ballast Nedam”, #7, pg. 16

“Directory Bloopers”, #5, pg. 14

“District Creating Disabled Vet Database”, #5, pg. 9

“DI Purchases Aquarius GPS Systems”, #6, pg. 7

“EUROPORT 2001, Amsterdam: November 13 – 17”, #7, pg. 10

“Falk Forms Gear Users Website”, #1, pg. 9

“Great Lakes Acquires CID Services Company”, #7, pg. 12

“HAM, Ballast Nedam to Merge”, #4, pg. 10

“IDR Discontinues Dredging Contract News”, #2, pg. 7

“Magellan Sold to Thales Group”, #4, pg. 16

“Mike Hooks Receives Safety Award”, #2, pg. 13

“Naval Warfare Center Buys Triton Elics System”, #7, pg. 14

“Oceanology International Planned for Miami”, #2, pg. 12

“OENJ to Receive Phoenix Award; Cohen to Speak in Venice”, #6, pg. 12

“OI Pacific Rim Cancelled”, #6, pg. 6

“Parsons Brinckerhoff Acquires Ogden Beeman & Associates”, #1, pg. 14

“Phoenix Group Acquires Dunlop Oil & Marine”, #3, pg. 6

“PIANC to Meet in Sydney”, #6, pg. 9

“San Francisco Bay Group to Meet”, #6, pg. 18

“Savannah District Seeks Dredging Methods”, #7, pg. 12

“Ship Collides with Dredge off Malaysia”, #8, pg. 11

“Sir Thomas Hiley Sails for Korea”, #8, pg. 14

“Title Insurance Available”, #1, pg. 7

“Venice Conference Draws 500 From All Continents”, #8, pg. 22

HYDROGRAPHIC SURVEYING
“CARIS Announces BEAMS Software for Ports and Harbors”, #8, pg. 18

“CARIS Introduces Survey Processing Program”, #1, pg. 13

“Delph System to be Used in Santa Monica Bay”, #8, pg. 18

“Great Lakes Purchases Atlas Fansweep Multibeam”, #6, pg. 11

“GSE Rentals Purchases Seabat 8160”, #3, pg. 7

“HYDROPro Software Displays Vessel Locations”, #5, pg. 4

Hypack-Max Adds Current Profiler Module”, #2, pg. 4

“HYPACK MAX Version 0.05A Shipped”, #3, pg. 13

“HYPACK Venezuela Scheduled for December”, #7, pg. 16

“III, Odom Offering Multibeam Boat”, #5, pg. 4

“Knudsen Sounders Used in Research”, #5, pg. 3

“Nautikaris, Coastal Oceanographics Plan Amsterdam Workshop”, #7, pg. 12

“New Ross Sweep System Will Support Massive Rock Island Survey Mission”, #6, pg. 18

“Pine Bluff Orders Four HYPACK MAX Licenses”, # 7, pg. 8

“SHOALS Completes Pacific Island Survey”, #3, pg. 9

“Tower Develops Survey/Navigation Interface for Jan De Nul”, #7, pg. 12

“Woods Hole Purchases Knudsen 320BR Sounder”, #7, pg. 13

LEGISLATION/REGULATIONS
“Administration Budget Falls Short On Civil Works Funding”, #3, pg. 12

“Corps of Engineers and Dredging Companies Try New Approach to Safety”, #7, pg. 7

“Dredging Team Discusses ‘Emerging Issues’ at Jacksonville Seminar”, #1, pg. 15

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Joe Germano, #8, pg. 18

Steve Bowes, #6, pg. 10

NEW PRODUCTS
Flexco Conveyor Belt Catalog, #7, pg. 13

GeoAcoustics GeoSwath and Thermal Printer, #7, pg. 13

Innerspace 456 Echo Sounder, #4, pg. 8

OBITUARIES
“In Memoriam: Port of New York & New Jersey Employees Lost in the World Trade Center Attack”, #7, pg. 11

“Richard Bowe Dies”, #7, pg. 17

“Timothy Hooks Dies”, #1, pg. 8

PEOPLE
“Boudreau Joins Anchor, Opens California Office”, #3, pg. 15

“Brinson Is New Chairman of Waterways Group”, #7, pg. 11

“Calhoun Named WES Distinguished Employee”, #7, pg. 16

Ian Anderson Joins American Minerals”, #1, pg. 9

“King Fisher Celebrates 85th Birthday, #2, pg. 13

“McDonough is New NYSA President”, #8, pg. 14

“Mergler, Yanasak Join Anchor Environmental”, #1, pg. 5

“Reson Adds U.S. Support Staff”, #8, pg. 12

“Robby Karis Finds that Success is in Listening to Customers”, #4, pg. 10

“Steinke is AAPA Chairman-Elect”, #3, pg. 12

“Two Join Triton Elics”, #2, pg. 9

“Wayne Boyd is New King Fisher President”, #1, pg. 13

SAND AND GRAVEL
“Builders Aggregates Launching Dredge James K”, #6, pg. 4

“Con-Agg Bookings Start July 2”, #4, pg. 6

“Hanson Acquires Davon”, #1, pg. 9

SPECIAL FEATURES
2001 Index of Features, #8, pp. 16, 17

Hardfacing: “Tungsten Carbide Overlay Used In Highly-Abrasive Material”, #1, pg. 12

Pipelines: “Forrer Supply Company Entering 20th Year Selling HDPE Pipe to Dredging Industry”, #8, pg. 10

Sand and gravel: “Builders Aggregates Launching Dredge James K”, #6, pg. 4

“September 11: The Maritime Industry Responds”, #7, pp. 20 – 23

September 11, 2001 Coverage

Graduate Institute Dedicated To Port Executive Director Lost in Terrorist Attack”, #. 7, pg. 7

In Memoriam: Port of New York & New Jersey Employees Lost in the World Trade Center Attack”, #7, pg. 11

“September 11: The Maritime Industry Responds”, #7, pp. 20 – 23.

“Weeks Continues Transportation of World Trade Center Wreckage, “ #8, pg. 12

SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
“Acoustic Doppler Current Profilers Map Water Movement, Track Sediment Plumes”, #3, pg. 8

“Cable Arm Receives Environmental Order”, #2, pg. 15

“Cat Producing Marine Engines In British Plant”, #4, pg. 6

“COSCO To Build Extra-Large Semi-Submersible Vessel”, #7, pg. 8

“E+S To Deliver Flanged Rubber Hoses”, #5, pg. 9

“Forrer Supply Company Entering 20th Year Selling HDPE Pipe to Dredging Industry”, #8, pg. 10.

“Fugro Develops GIMS System to Coordinate Geotechnical Data”, #6, pg. 11

“GPS Training Company Adds Equipment to Line”, # 1, pg. 6

“Marine Weather Forecaster Acquires Mid-East Region, #1, pg. 8

“MariTEL Will Use Cubic Radio Base Stations”, #1, pg. 8

“New-Design Blower Removes Impurities from Cooling Air”, #3, pg. 6

“Trimble Introduces New Construction System”, #3, pg. 6

“Welding Catalog Provides System Advice”, #1, pg. 9

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