A. Mullié

Senior Project Engineer, HAM Marine and Dredging Contractor Van Oord.

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Articles By A. Mullié

Turbidity Caused by Dredging; Viewed in Perspective
Turbidity Caused by Dredging; Viewed in Perspective

The environmental impact of turbidity depends upon the dredging technique used; the ease with which the sea bed material becomes resuspended; and the condition of the surface water. An on-site analysis is advisable.

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High Accuracy Sanitation Dredging Trials
High Accuracy Sanitation Dredging Trials

Private dredging companies and government have joined forces to develop environmentally sound techniques for dredging thin layers in the highly contaminated Lake Ketelmeer, The Netherlands.

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