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Ecological impact assessment – dredging Porto Central
Porto Central is a private deep-water industrial port complex under development at the center of the Brazilian east coast in the State of Espírito Santo.
Vertical mixing in freshwater basin “De Gijster”
In the Biesbosch National Park, one of the last extensive areas of freshwater tidal wetlands in Northwestern Europe, three huge reservoirs are being used for natural pre-purification of water.
Impact of dredging for Abbot Point port expansion on Great Barrier Reefs
The Port of Abbot Point is Australia’s most northern coal export port and one with remarkable potential for trade growth. In naturally deep water, the port is located 25 kilometers north of Bowen, near the Great Barrier Reef.
Water quality and human interventions in coastal and riverine areas are correlated. A healthy environmental ecosystem strongly depends on water quality.
The coast is defined as the area where land meets the sea or ocean. It is constantly changing, due to the dynamics of waves and currents, while human interventions and activities interrupt this natural process.
Ports are indispensable for the economic development of a country. Good design and maintenance of the breakwaters, navigation channel and port basin are important to guarantee that ports can be used under all conditions.
Coastal protection solutions at the Maldives
The southern islands of the Maldives, a small archipelagic state in the Indian Ocean, are experiencing severe erosion, and flooding problems.
Port expansion design for Port Louis, Mauritius
The current container terminal in Port Louis is experiencing persistent downtime due to cyclone induced swells and soon it does no longer provide enough container handling capacity to sustain Mauritius’ leading position in the container transhipment
Wave loads on monopiles, Maasvlakte-2
In the transformation from fossil fuels towards renewable energy sources the Dutch government (Rijkswaterstaat) planned to build an onshore wind park on Maasvlakte-2, the seaward extension of the Rotterdam Harbour.
Design conditions for a new deep-sea port at Anaklia, Georgia
With the goal of becoming a key transit country along the eastern edge of the Black Sea, a new (deep-sea) port will be constructed at Anaklia, Georgia. HaskoningDHV developed the Master Plan and Conceptual Design for the port.