The Nigerian National Inland Waterways Authority wants to increase inland water transportation of goods and improve the living standards for the populations living along the river.
Dredging for Development on the Lower River Niger Between Baro and Warri, Nigeria

The Nigerian National Inland Waterways Authority wants to increase inland water transportation of goods and improve the living standards for the populations living along the river.

Uncertainty Analysis of the Mud Infill Prediction of the Oklng Approach Channel
Uncertainty Analysis of the Mud Infill Prediction of the Oklng Approach Channel

To take well-founded financial decisions, help manage risks and reduce uncertainty, a model for calculating the probabilistic assessment of maintenance dredging volumes was developed using the Olokola LNG project near Lagos, Nigeria, as an example.

Environmental Impacts of Dredging in the Niger Delta
Environmental Impacts of Dredging in the Niger Delta

The Niger Delta is located in the southern part of Nigeria bordering the Atlantic Ocean. It is a floodplain of over 70,000 sq km. The delta is poorly serviced by roads and is made up of meandering creeks that are highly silted up.

Evaluating Beach Sediment Failure States Along a Nigerian Coastline
Evaluating Beach Sediment Failure States Along a Nigerian Coastline

Developing nations urgently need to consider the problems of coastal dynamics — accretion, erosion and long-shore drift — caused by man’s economic activities. This study models and monitors altered beach states