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Ine Moulaert

Ine Moulaert finished her master in Marine and Lacustrine science at Ghent University and then worked for 5 years at the Sea Fisheries Institute in Ostend, Belgium. There she worked on impact assessments of human activities on the marine environment and monitoring studies of the Benthos. In 2009, she started working for Jan De Nul where she followed up the environmental part on different projects, mainly in Australia and Panama. She is now active in the head office in Aalst, where she compiles environmental management and monitoring plans for new projects, as well as following up currently ongoing projects.

 

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Articles By Ine Moulaert

Dredging in New Caledonia at a Unesco-IUCN World Heritage Site with Care for Nature
Dredging in New Caledonia at a Unesco-IUCN World Heritage Site with Care for Nature

Dredging for a new port complex in a remarkable, protected marine environment required adherence to very specific thresholds and an intensive Environmental Management Plan (EMP) that included mobile monitoring as well as daily visual observations of turbidity levels around the dredging works and the disposal zone.

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