The Consequences of Oil Pollution from Ships

Ship owners all know it and the stricter environmentally regulations prove it: oil leakage is not done.

ICWRCOE 2015 Starts Next Week

The International Conference on Water Resources, Coastal and Ocean Engineering (ICWRCOE 2015) will take place from ...

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BMT Wins Cottesloe Coastal Monitoring Study

BMT Oceanica, a marine and coastal environment specialist, has won the tender to be the sole consultant delivering ...

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Developing the Bangladesh Delta Plan

The first joint workshop was organised in Dhaka recently to identify possible measures for the Bangladesh delta ...

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Increasing Coastal Resilience to Storms and Flooding

Coastal storms, sea level rises and flooding present a very real physical and economic threat that must be ...

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GLDD Scores Another Coastal Protection Contract

Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Corporation announced yesterday the receipt of an award for a $23.4 million contract ...

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Another Major Contract for Royal HaskoningDHV

International engineering and project management consultancy Royal HaskoningDHV has signed a €10.5 million contract ...

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Picture of the Day: N.Y. Beaches Receive New Sand

Two years ago, Hurricane Sandy struck the northeastern United States and went down in history as one of the most ...

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‘Colombian-Dutch Dialogues’ Kicks Off

  The ‘Colombian-Dutch Dialogues’ will start today and last until 4 December 2014 in the coastal city of Santa ...

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Beach Recharge to Begin Earlier Than Expected

A highly anticipated stage of the £36 million Clacton and Holland on Sea Coastal Protection Scheme started ...

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Picture of the Day: NY Coastal Restoration

Two years ago in 2012, Hurricane Sandy struck the northeastern United States and went down in history as one of the ...

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Short Delay on Tendring Coastal Protection Scheme

A seal pup brought work on a new £36 million coastal protection scheme to a grinding halt at Holland beach. The ...

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$50M for Coastal Resilience Grants

Municipalities, counties and local government agencies may now apply for grants for projects that improve storm ...

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New Coastal Scheme for Netley

An innovative partnership between local residents, a developer and Eastleigh Borough Council has resulted in a new ...

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Coastal Award 2015 Goes to Professor Marcel Stive

Professor Marcel Stive of the Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands, has won the biannual Coastal Award ...

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Officials to Discuss Rhode Island’s Coastal Projects

A public meeting on adaptive strategies in the preservation of threatened coastal wetlands is scheduled for ...

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Deltares to Further Develop MPM

Deltares has begun a collaboration with the universities of Cambridge, Barcelona and Hamburg to establish a ...

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Salt Marshes Vegetation Improves Coastal Protection

For the first time, large-scale tests have shown that salt marshes act as a buffer zones and attenuate waves, even ...

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NACCS Study Enters Final Phase

A two-year post-Hurricane Sandy study led by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to evaluate measures to reduce the ...

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Court Upholds Coastal Commission’s Stance

In a split decision, the Fourth District Court of Appeal has upheld the Coastal Commission’s conditions on two ...

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Second Round of Funding for Coastal Projects

Energy and Environmental Affairs (EEA) Secretary Maeve Vallely Bartlett announced the second round of funding for ...

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Qatar to Host Marine & Coastal Engineering Summit

The 3rd Marine & Coastal Engineering Summit will take place in Doha, Qatar, from 14–17 September, 2014. The ...

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