Interview: Marsha Cohen – Editor-in-chief for quarter of a century
As IADC celebrates 50 years of its quarterly journal, it seemed only fitting to speak to its longest standing editor, Marsha Cohen, who stood at the helm of Terra et Aqua for 25 years. We caught up with her at her home in Florida to talk about the highs, the lows and a good dose of serendipity.
International Maritime Conventions
“Facts About International Maritime Conventions” describes the extensive international regulations and legislation that govern all seafaring activities.
Conventions are treaties that regulate a broad range of maritime areas which also impact dredging operations.
Impact of European Union Environmental Law on Dredging
EU environmental law and international conventions are not always compatible. The European Dredging Association makes its case on when and why dredged material should not be considered waste.
Dredged Material Disposal in the Sea
International conventions regulate the disposal of dredged material in the sea, but national and regional approaches and interpretations vary widely. An analysis.