Randle Reef Sediment Remediation: Current Status of Construction and Next Steps
Randle Reef at Hamilton Harbour, an Area of Concern (AOC), is the largest site in Canada contaminated with Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs). A collaboration of municipal and federal entities is working on remediation measures.
Key Principles for Port and Harbor Development
During planning, design and operations of port development, these economically and socially sound actions can minimise impacts on the coastal zone.
Suspended Sediment Circulation in Semi-enclosed Docks, Puerto Galván, Argentina.
Studies reveal some interesting and surprising features about circulation and the fluid mud layer in an important harbour area.
Assessment of Short Term Environmental Impacts on Dredging in a Tropical Estuary
In this new study, Cochin, the second largest harbour on the west coast of India, is thoroughly examined for environmental impacts during and after dredging.
Ennore Coal Port Project: Port Basin and Entrance Channel
To limit the contamination from coal dust and relieve the congestion at the Chennai, India harbour, the small village of Ennore was chosen as a site for a new port.
Environmental Monitoring of Dredging Operations in the Belgian Nearshore Zone
As part of the larger Mobag 2000 project, physical, chemical and ecotoxical studies of dredging effects in the harbour at Nieuwpoort were conducted and compared.
The River Plate Experience; Maintenance Dredging by Means of Privatisation
An innovative system of collecting tolls has financed the privatisation of maintenance dredging on the River Plate and in the harbour of Buenos Aires.
The Roman Harbour of Velsen
The Dutch pride themselves on their dredging history and technology, but archeologists have proven that the Romans dredged the Lowlands first.