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2007 Index of Features, Volume 26

#1 = January/February issue

#2 = March/April issue

#3 = May/June issue

#4 = July/August issue

#5 = September/October issue

#6 = November/December issue

Arranged by category

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BY-LINE ARTICLES

Csiti, Anna – ‘CEDA Africa Meets In Tangiers’, #1, pg. 18

Bray, Nick – ‘In Memoriam: John Land’, #3, pg. 16

Cohen, Marsha – ‘“Don’t Stop Thinking About Tomorrow…’” CEDA Dredging Days’, #6, pp. 26-27

Cohen, Marsha – ‘Pressures on the Delta: Living with Water In a Time of Climate Change: A report on the Aquaterra World Forum’, #2, pp. 13-15

Hall, John – ‘Land’s End: Corps Makes a Stand at Venice – Rebuilding is vital to keep Mississippi River ports open’, #2, pg. 24

Hiller, Tom – ‘Gavia AUV Produces Images of Arctic Ice’, #6, pp. 7-8

Lightsey, Lara – ‘Western Contracting Creating Pallid Sturgeon Habitat on Missouri River’, #5, pp. 12-13

Maddox, Randy L. – ‘Safety: Manson’s IIF Heart: Building an Incident And Injury Free Workplace’, #1, pg. 8

Pillard, Ph.D., David – ‘Environmental Toxicity of Dredged Materials a Significant Topic at SETAC Meeting’, #1, pp. 24-25

Powers, Judith – ‘JMJ’s No-Injury Safety Goal Helps Companies Eliminate Accidents’, #1, pg. 8

Powers, Judith – ‘WEDA Gulf Coast Chapter Meets in New Orleans: Program gives good overview of dredging in the area’, #6, pp. 28-30

COMPANY PROFILES

‘Berth 59, Elizabeth, New Jersey: Survey, Marine Salvage and Diving Companies Remove Large Object from the Channel’, #6, pp. 14 -15

‘CH2M HILL Appoints Sediment Experts’, #1, pg. 12

‘URS Corporation Acquires Washington Group International’, #6, pg. 9

CORPS OF ENGINEERS

‘Barnes Receives 2007 Murden Award’, #4, pg. 36

‘Corps Districts Purchase Odom ES3 Systems’, #6, pg. 11

‘Dredge McFarland Damaged in Delaware River’, #5, pg. 21

‘Land’s End: Corps Makes a Stand at Venice – Rebuilding is vital to keep Mississippi River ports open’, #2, pg. 24

‘LTG Van Antwerp Is New Chief of Engineers’, #4, pg. 7

‘New Orleans District to Repair Company Canal Levees’, #3, pg. 35

‘St. Paul District to Christen Towboat Warren’, #3, pg. 44

COVERS

‘A curtain of water rises in the Panama Canal while the Rialto M. Christiansen waits to dig the first bucket of the expansion project.’, #5, pg. 1

GLDD Hopper Dredge Liberty Island, 2007 Directory

‘Manson Construction Company’s Valkyrie at the Port of Long Beach, Pier G Expansion.’, #3, pg. 1

‘Matagorda Ship Channel, Gallinipper Point to Point Comfort and GIWW alternate route, satellite photo’, #6, pg. 1

‘The Corps of Engineers survey vessel Holling in the Mississippi river near Le Claire, Iowa’, #2, pg. 1

‘The dredge Dongeoord in the Twentekanaal’, #1, pg. 1

‘The HSC dredge, formerly the Millenium, in Phnom Penh, Cambodia’, #4, pg. 1

DREDGING ASSOCIATION NEWS

‘Don’t Stop Thinking About Tomorrow…’ CEDA Dredging Days’, #6, pp. 26-27

‘Rules of the Road’ Panel Presents Thoughts on Dredging and Environmental Issues’, #4, pp. 13-16

‘CEDA Africa Meets In Tangiers’, #1, pg. 18

‘CEDA Announces Dredging Days Schedule’, #4, pp. 28-29

‘Civil Works Secretary to Address WODCON Attendees’, #2, pg. 11

‘International Trade Important, Woodley Tells WODCON Attendees’, #4, pp. 6-7

‘North Americans Will Require Visas to Enter Brazil for WEDA Meeting’, #5, pg. 24

‘Pacific Chapter to Meet in Waikiki’, #2, pg. 35

‘Pressures on the Delta: Living with Water In a Time of Climate Change: A report on the Aquaterra World Forum’, #2, pp. 13-15

‘Shore Preservation Group Honors Beach Advocates’, #2, pg. 7

‘Victor Buhr is 2007 Dredger of the Year’, #4, pg. 6

‘WEDA Brazil chapter Planned for December’, #2, pg. 7

‘WEDA Gulf Coast Chapter Meets in New Orleans: Program gives good overview of dredging in the area’, #6, pp. 28-30

‘WEDA Gulf Coast Chapter to Meet In New Orleans’, #5, pg. 30

‘WEDA Issues Call for Papers for 2008 Annual Meeting’, #5, pp. 30-31

‘WEDA Midwest Chapter Members Discuss Dredging Topics, Tour McAlpine Dam Expansion’, #3, pp. 11

‘WODCON XVIII Announcements’, #1, pg. 5

‘WODCON XVIII Program Section’, #3, pp. 17-32

‘WODCON XVIII Report’, #4, pp. 22-26

DREDGING EQUIPMENT

‘A&M Course Simulates Difficult Dredging Conditions’, #2, pp. 33-34

‘Backhoe Cornelius Dredging at Balboa’, #4, pg. 35

‘Beier to Provide Dynamic Positioning Systems for Offshore Vessels’, #1, pg. 20

‘Boskalis Places Order With Chinese Shipyard for Large Fallpipe Vessel’, #6, pg. 12

‘Container Vessel Rams W.D. Fairway’, #2, pg. 11

‘DMC Building Five Dredges for Iraq’, #4, pg. 38

‘Dragages Ports Christens Gambe d’Amfard’, #5, pg. 25

‘Dredge McFarland Damaged in Delaware River’, #5, pg. 21

‘Ellicott Introduces Dredge for Coastal Work’, #4, pg. 7

‘Fairway a Total Loss; Boskalis Orders Three New Dredges’, #3, pg. 44

‘Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Purchases Eagle I and Meridian from C.F. Bean LLC’, #2, pg. 6

‘Great Lakes Purchases Brazilian Dredges’, #6, pg. 20

‘HYPACK 2008 Will be Introduced At Savannah Conference’, #6, pp. 15-16

‘Korevaar Announces €650 Million In Orders’, #4, pg. 35

‘Mr. Tommy Christened at TXI Bells/Savoy Plant’, #5, pp. 32-33

‘Seatools Provides DipMate Software for Backacter Dredges’, #5, pp. 10-11

‘Steve Lane Manages Start-up of New Cambodian Dredging Company’, #4, pp. 17-19

‘TMT Introduces Underwater, Remotely Controlled Dredge’, #6, pp. 6-7

‘VOSTA LMG to Build Hopper Dredge for Dutch Dredging in Vietnam’, #4, pp. 36-37

DREDGING PROJECTS

‘ADB funds Damietta, Egypt Container Terminal’, #6, pp. 11-12

‘Backhoe Cornelius Dredging at Balboa’, #4, pg. 35

‘Boskalis, Archirodon and Hyundai Win Khalifa Port Contract’, #5, pg. 34

‘Boskalis, Jan de Nul Win LNG Contract’, #1, pg. 11

‘China to Deepen Xiazhimen Channel’, #4, pg. 36

‘Chinese Government Plans Extensive Yangtze Dredging’, #3, pg. 15

‘Delaware River Deepening Will Proceed With Port Expansion’, #4, pg. 26

‘Dredeco, Boskalis Win Port Kembla Job’, #1, pg. 20

‘Florida Governor Recommends Lake and Estuary Cleanup’, #2, pg. 12

‘J.E. McAmis using the Megan Renee on Columbia River Deepening’, #5, pg. 17

‘Jan de Nul Creating Crescent Island’, #2, pg. 31

‘Jan De Nul Group, Baulderstone-Hornibrook Win Botany Expansion’, #6, pg. 11

‘Krishnapatnam Access Channel’, #6, pg. 12

‘Mel Price Dam, Alton, Illinois’, #5, pg. 18

‘Montgomery Point Dam Designer Receives Engineering Award’, #4, pg. 30

‘New Orleans District to Repair Company Canal Levees’, #3, pg. 35

‘Panama Canal Advertises First Tender in Expansion Project’, #3, pg. 15

‘Panama Canal Expansion Breaks Ground’, #5, pp. 8, 10

‘Panama Canal Requests Proposals for Pacific Entrance Dredging’, #5, pp. 24-25

‘President’s FY2008 Corps Budget: $4.817 Billion’, #1, pg. 18

‘Shore Preservation Group Honors Beach Advocates’, #2, pg. 7

‘Small Dredge Keeps Rapid Siltation at Bay in Patrol Boat Lifts at Umm Qasr, Iraq’, #2, pg. 10

‘Teams Submit Bids for Miami tunnel’, #2, pg. 28

‘Van Oord Building Guatemalan Fishing Port’, #6, pg. 12

‘VPA Awards Craney Island Design Contract’, #3, pg. 15

‘Western Contracting Creating Pallid Sturgeon Habitat on Missouri River’, #5, pp. 12-13

EDITORIALS

‘Dredging safety anecdotes; Working toward waterways funding’, #1, pg. 5

‘Tracking the progress of the Water Resources Development Act,’ #2, pg. 5

‘Larry Liles takes us on a tour of a pile driving operation; Honoring the WODCON organizers’, #3, pg. 5

‘Thoughts on WODCON and seeing old friends Chuck Hummer and Steve and Liz Bowes’, #4, pg. 5

‘A moving visit to a dredge named after our good friend Tommy Wetta; The AIWA makes progress in keeping the Intracoastal Waterway open.’, #5, pg. 5

‘The year 2007 through the eyes of our Index of Articles’, #6, pg. 5

ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES

‘’Rules of the Road’ Panel Presents Thoughts on Dredging and Environmental Issues’, #4, pp. 13-16

‘Clarifiers Maximize Geotextile Tube Efficiency’, #3, pp. 6-7

‘Construction to Begin On Hudson River Treatment Plant’, #2, pg. 12

‘Environmental Toxicity of Dredged Materials a Significant Topic at SETAC Meeting’, #1, pp. 24-25

‘Swath Sonar System Mapping Nurse Shark Habitat’, #3, pg. 37

‘Western Contracting Creating Pallid Sturgeon Habitat on Missouri River’, #5, pp. 12-13

GENERAL NEWS

‘AIWA Moves to North Carolina’, #3, pg. 33

‘Alain Charles to Sponsor Yangtze Port Conference’, #1, pg. 17

‘Book on Falls of the Ohio Available’, #3, pg. 13

‘China to Deepen Xiazhimen Channel’, #4, pg. 36

‘Civil Works Secretary to Address WODCON Attendees’, #2, pg. 11

‘Coastal Disasters Conference Set for April’, #4, pg. 37

‘CONEXPO-CON/AGG Tops Exhibit Record; Organizers Announce Improvements to Show’, #3, pp. 34-35

‘Construction to Begin On Hudson River Treatment Plant’, #2, pg. 12

‘Container Vessel Rams W.D. Fairway’, #2, pg. 11

‘Delaware River Deepening Will Proceed With Port Expansion’, #4, pg. 26

‘Dredge McFarland Damaged in Delaware River’, #5, pg. 21

‘FarSounder to Develop Sonar for High Speed Collision Avoidance’, #5, pg. 14

‘Florida Governor Recommends Lake and Estuary Cleanup’, #2, pg. 12

‘Great Lakes Announces First Quarter Profit’, #3, pg. 42

‘Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Purchases Eagle I and Meridian from C.F. Bean LLC’, #2, pg. 6

‘Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Reports 2006 Results’, #2, pg. 8

‘H.R. Wallingford Acquires DRL’, #6, pg. 9

‘Hemisphere GPS Is Official Company Name’, #4, pg. 28

‘Hemisphere GPS Wins Patent Suit’, #5, pg. 21

‘House Approves Increased Great Lakes Navigation Funding’, #4, pg. 37

‘HYPACK 2008 Planned for Savannah’, #5, pg. 11

‘Korevaar Announces €650 Million In Orders’, #4, pg. 35

‘Montgomery Point Dam Designer Receives Engineering Award’, #4, pg. 30

‘OCC Joins COWI North America’, #3, pg. 14

‘Panama Canal Expansion Breaks Ground’, #5, pp. 8, 10

‘Partrac to Co-ordinate UK Contaminated Sediments Strategy’, #1, pg. 12

‘Port Sector Provides 8.4 Million American Jobs, $2 Trillion in Economic Output’, #5, pg. 7

‘River Systems Display Wins AEM Award’, #2, pg. 32

‘Royal Boskalis Westminster Reports €116.6 Million Net Profit’, #2, pp. 21-23

‘Ship Cargo Hits Cherokee in Cape Fear River’, #1, pg. 15

‘Steve Lane Manages Start-up of New Cambodian Dredging Company’, #4, pp. 17-19

‘The Complete OSHA Guide to Fall Protection – book review’, #1, pg. 26

‘URS Corporation Acquires Washington Group International’, #6, pg. 9

‘Wettas Reorganize DSC Management Team’, #3, pg. 34

‘Woodley Addresses Beach Group’, #3, pg. 46

‘Worth Hager Resigns From NWC’, #4, pg. 36

‘Yangtze River Ports 2006 – book review’, #1, pg. 16

HURRICANE KATRINA COVERAGE

‘Land’s End: Corps Makes a Stand at Venice – Rebuilding is vital to keep Mississippi River ports open, By John Hall’, #2, pg. 24

WEDA Gulf Chapter Meets for First Time Since Katrina’, #6, pp. 28-30

HYDROGRAPHIC SURVEYING

‘Atlas Selects Triton AUV Software’, #2, pg. 20

‘Berth 59, Elizabeth, New Jersey: Survey, Marine Salvage and Diving Companies Remove Large Object from the Channel’, #6, pp. 14-15

‘Corps Districts Purchase Odom ES3 Systems’, #6, pg. 11

‘Echotrac II Specially-Designed for Testing Equipment’, #2, pg. 16

‘Geo-Acoustics Demonstrates Man-Portable AUV’, #2, pp. 18-19

‘GeoSwath Seminar Planned for New Hampshire in May’, #2, pg. 20

‘HYPACK 2008 Planned for Savannah’, #5, pg. 11

‘HYPACK 2008 Will be Introduced At Savannah Conference’, #6, pp. 15-16

‘HYPACK Announces Version 6A’, #2, pp. 16-17

‘Odom Delivers 29 Sounders to China’, #3, pg. 35

‘Odom Introduces Small Multi-Beam System’, #2, pg. 24

‘Ohmex Introduces Modem for License-Free Marine Applications’, #2, pg. 17

‘Ross Laboratories sweep system on the SV Holling’, #2, pg. 3

‘SubPro 1210 Achieves 10-Meter Penetration’, #2, pg. 20

‘Surveying in the Rock Island District’, #2, pg. 35

‘UMass Team Searching for Civil War Vessel’, #2, pp. 19-20

LEGISLATION/REGULATIONS

‘Congress Overrides WRDA Veto’, #6, pp. 21-22

‘Great Lakes Group Endorses Ballast Water Bills’, #6, pg. 10

‘House Approves Increased Great Lakes Navigation Funding’, #4, pg. 37

‘Intracoastal Waterway Group Pressures Congress to Fund Channel’, #1, pg. 20

‘New Texas Law Closes Maritime Worker Lawsuit Loophole’, #5, pp. 14-15

‘President’s FY2008 Corps Budget: $4.817 Billion’, #1, pg. 18

‘Resolution of the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway Association’, #1, pg. 11

‘Senate Passes WRDA 2007 on September 24; Waterways Interests Urge President to Sign’, #5, pp. 6-7

‘Weakley Describes Navigation Crisis To House of Representatives Water Committee’, #2, pg. 28

‘WRDA 2007 Still in Conference’, #4, pg. 7

LETTERS

‘Bowe, Peter’, #2, pg. 12

‘Burt, Neville’, #5, pg. 21

‘Gaffney, P.E., Douglas A.’, #1, pg. 9

‘Galvez, Cesar P.’, #1, pg. 9

‘Hall, John’, #2, pg. 12

‘Hummer’, Chuck , #6, pg. 27

NEW PRODUCTS

‘Hemisphere GPS Offers XF100™ for Handheld Mapping’, #6, pg. 16

‘Magnetic Steel Patching System’, #5, pg. 31

OBITUARIES

‘In Memoriam: D.C. Lind’, #5, pg. 11

‘In Memoriam: John Land’, #3, pg. 16

‘In Memoriam: Worth Hager’, #5, pg. 26

PEOPLE

‘A&M Course Simulates Difficult Dredging Conditions’, #2, pp. 33-34

‘Alemán Zubieta Receives French Legion of Honor’, #1, pg. 12

‘Barnes Receives 2007 Murden Award’, #4, pg. 36

‘Blue Pelicans Off to a Flying Start’, #3, pg. 9

‘CH2M HILL Appoints Sediment Experts’, #1, pg. 12

‘Coles Appointed to PIANC Inland Navigation Commission’, #5, pg. 30

‘Don Hayes Moves to University of Louisiana’, #3, pg. 15

‘Martín Torrijos is AAPA Port Person of the Year’, #5, pg. 15

‘Panama Canal Board Appoints Barrios Ng Deputy Administrator’, #2, pg. 32

‘Van Antwerp Nominated Corps Chief’, #1, pg. 15

‘Victor Buhr is 2007 Dredger of the Year’, #4, pg. 6

‘Wettas Reorganize DSC Management Team’, #3, pg. 34

‘Worth Hager Resigns From NWC’, #4, pg. 36

SAND AND GRAVEL

‘Aggregate Dredging Forum Scheduled for June in Omaha’, #2, pg. 5

‘CONEXPO-CONAGG To Feature ‘Safety Zone’’, #6, pg. 20

‘Marine Aggregate Producers Issue Sustainability and Economic Reports’, #6, pg. 11

‘Mr. Tommy Christened at TXI Bells/Savoy Plant’, #5, pp. 32-33

‘NSSGA Dredging Forum Addressed Vital Topics As Producers Gathered in Omaha’, #4, pp. 8-11, 19

‘Vulcan Materials Acquires Florida Rock’, #3, pp. 35-37

SPECIAL FEATURES

‘2007 Index of Features’, #6, pp. 17-20

‘Aggregate Dredging: NSSGA Dredging Forum Addressed Vital Topics As Producers Gathered in Omaha’, #4, pp. 8-11, 19

‘Environmental and Industrial Dredging: Clarifiers Maximize Geotextile Tube Efficiency’, #3, pp. 6-7

‘Hydrographic Surveying: Atlas Selects Triton AUV Software’, #2, pg. 20

‘Hydrographic Surveying: Echotrac II Specially-Designed for Testing Equipment’, #2, pg. 16

‘Hydrographic Surveying: Geo-Acoustics Demonstrates Man-Portable AUV’, #2, pp. 18-19

‘Hydrographic Surveying: GeoSwath Seminar Planned for New Hampshire in May’, #2, pg. 20

‘Hydrographic Surveying: HYPACK Announces Version 6A’, #2, pp. 16-17

‘Hydrographic Surveying: Odom Introduces Small Multi-Beam System’, #2, pg. 24

‘Hydrographic Surveying: Ohmex Introduces Modem for License-Free Marine Applications’, #2, pg. 17

‘Hydrographic Surveying: Ross Laboratories sweep system on the SV Holling’, #2, pg. 3

‘Hydrographic Surveying: SubPro 1210 Achieves 10-Meter Penetration’, #2, pg. 20

‘Hydrographic Surveying: Surveying in the Rock Island District’, #2, pg. 35

‘Hydrographic Surveying: UMass Team Searching for Civil War Vessel’, #2, pp. 19-20

‘Instrumentation: Berth 59, Elizabeth, New Jersey: Survey, Marine Salvage and Diving Companies Remove Large Object from the Channel’, #6, pp. 14-15

‘Instrumentation: Gavia AUV Produces Images of Arctic Ice’, #6, pp. 7-8

‘Instrumentation: Hemisphere GPS Offers XF100™ for Handheld Mapping’, #6, pg. 16

‘Positioning Systems: DoD to Discontinue Selective Availability of GPS Signals’, #5, pg. 18

‘Positioning Systems: Hemisphere GPS Updates GPS Solutions’, #5, pg. 18

‘Positioning Systems: Hemisphere GPS Wins Patent Suit’, #5, pg. 21

‘Positioning Systems: Mel Price Dam, Alton, Illinois’, #5, pg. 18

‘Positioning Systems: Trimble Introduces Marine GPS Receiver With Two-Centimeter Vertical Accuracy’, #5, pp. 19, 21

‘Pumps: Dutch Contractor Combines with Damen to Develop Bomb-Proof Suction Mouth’, #1, pg. 15

‘Pumps: Leningrad River Port Purchases Sand Pumps From Metso’, #1, pg. 14

‘Safety: Corps of Engineers Honors Dredge America with Two Safety Awards’, #1, pg. 10

‘Safety: Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Commits To an Injury-Free Goal’, #1, pg. 6

‘Safety: Iraqi Translator Develops Contractor Safety Program for Corps Gulf Region’, #1, pg. 10

‘Safety: JMJ’s No-Injury Safety Goal Helps Companies Eliminate Accidents’, #1, pg. 8

‘Safety: Manson’s IIF Heart: Building an Incident And Injury Free Workplace’, #1, pg. 8

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