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USA: Norfolk District Continues Commitment to James River

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Norfolk District, issued a task order to dredge portions of the James River ...

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Picture of the Day: Army Corps Continues Rockaway Beach ...

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, New York District, in conjunction with the New York City Department of Parks and ...

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USA: Corps Continues Rockaway Beach Restoration

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, New York District, in conjunction with the New York City Department of Parks and ...

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Australia: Port Phillip Bay in Excellent Health, Report ...

The release of a new online report card shows that the Victorian Coalition Government continues to improve the ...

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USA: Dredging Continues at Hatteras Inlet

The North Carolina Department of Transportation’s Ferry Division will be switching to a modified spring ...

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USA: Corps Continues Progress on Rahway River Basin ...

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection are currently evaluating ...

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CSA Continues Nearshore Hardbottom Monitoring Projects (USA)

CSA Ocean Sciences Inc. is currently conducting six nearshore hardbottom monitoring projects in Brevard, Broward, ...

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Australia: Options Study for Coffs Harbour Breakwater ...

Deputy Premier Andrew Stoner and Member for Coffs Harbour Andrew Fraser applauded the local community for providing ...

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The Philippines: Crisis Over “Black Sand ...

Chief Supt. Danilo Constantino, the regional director of the Philippine National Police (PNP) in Region 7, has ...

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New Zealand: Port of Tauranga Continues to Develop ...

Port of Tauranga, New Zealand’s largest port, reported good progress reinforcing its position as New ...

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USA: DEP Discusses Lake Okeechobee Restoration Plans

Yesterday, the Florida Department of Environmental Protection again engaged local stakeholders, government ...

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EA Continues to Battle Floods (UK)

As the Environment Agency continues to take action around the clock to reduce flood risk across the South East, ...

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Pumping Operation on Somerset Levels Continues (UK)

Severe flood warnings are in place today for parts of the south west coast where high sea levels have combined with ...

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GUPC Continues to Seek Solution for Panama Canal

The international consortium of leading infrastructure firms constructing the Panama Canal third set of locks ...

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UK: EA Continues Fight Against Flood

An Environment Agency operations team worked around-the-clock to protect people in Bude, Cornwall, from flooding ...

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EA: Risk of River Flooding Continues (UK)

High winds and tides bring an increased risk of coastal flooding along coastal areas of England this weekend, the ...

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Slovenia: Luka Koper Continues to Grow

Luka Koper d.d.’s successful performance in 2013 has also been reflected in the value of the company’s ...

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Pumping Continues to Remove Flood Waters from Somerset ...

Flood warnings remain in force for south west and southern England. Heavy showers could cause further flooding in ...

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New Zealand: Ōpōtiki Harbour Redevelopment Project Continues

While it has been a quiet few months on the surface for Ōpōtiki’s Harbour redevelopment project, work continues on ...

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Australia: Mackay Marina Breakwater Maintenance Continues

The southern breakwater at the Mackay Marina was reopened to the public over the festive season. However, as the ...

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Lemesos Port Expansion Continues (Cyprus)

Lemesos port in Cyprus will be further extended and upgraded with the construction of an additional 500-metre quay. ...

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