But I’ve seen aerial photographs of this place taken by the Philippine navy. They show the massive land reclamation work China has been doing here since January.
Millions of tonnes of rock and sand have been dredged up from the sea floor and pumped into the reef to form new land. — BBC News
Why Louisiana? Well, there are few (if any) other places in North America in which sedimentary geology is more profoundly felt as part of daily life. As I’ve recounted elsewhere on this blog (here and here), southern Louisiana was built up entirely from about 8,000 years of sediments deposited by the Mississippi River. — Porous Places
Following the conclusion of DredgeFest Louisiana Adam Mandelman reviews the time he spent in the company of what he affectionately calls "sediment nerds".Meanwhile, over at the NOLA Defender, Christopher Staudinger penned a dispatch reviewing the tour portion of Dredgefest, for the...
In anticipation of today's event, Publish Or... bracket [GOES SOFT], we are showcasing a piece from the book each day this week. We hope to see you tonight! Dredge Locked by Alex Yuen Unnoticed by many, Houston’s shipping channel, like many such commercial waterways around the globe...
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