Edited by Nick Bray
Published in 2008 by Taylor & Francis
Hardcover, 400 pp.
Expanding a port, deepening a navigation channel or creating new land for development, introduces changes to our physical, social, economic and political environment. Changes may result from events during the construction process, or relate to the nature of the completed structure. Changes can be positive or negative, short-term or long-term, and may affect the immediate vicinity of the project or a larger geographical area. Predicting and assessing all possible effects of a planned dredging activity in a scientifically-sound and reliable manner is essential, so that appropriate control measures can be taken to avoid or mitigate unwelcome impacts. This book provides guidance for a complete holistic environmental evaluation procedure and for the design and implementation of environmental control measures. The book is of particular interest to engineers, government agencies and port authorities, as well as civil engineering consultants and contractors involved in planning and designing dredging, maritime infrastructure and fluvial projects.
Based on the famous CEDA/IADC series this new edition takes a holistic view emphasizing environmental evaluation procedures, implementation of environmental control measures, and specialised environmental dredging equipment.
The book is for sale at Taylor & Francis.
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Webinar - Ecology and Dredging
Presented by: Astrid Kramer (Boskalis) and Heidi van der Meij (Van Oord).
This webinar focusses on the need and application of ecological knowledge in dredging projects. About the presenters: Astrid Kramer is an ecologist and works as a project engineer for Boskalis. Heidi van der Meij works as an environmental engineer for Van Oord.