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Dredged Material Management
Environmental Resource Protection
Operations Technologies
Risk


Reports
Technical notes
Bulletins
Research briefs
Engineering With Nature
Making Great Lakes Coastal Structures Greener



Data Warehouses/Databases Dredging Calculators and Screening Tools
Flow Fields Around Dredge Intakes
Models
Animations


Coastal and Hydraulics

Laboratory/Dredging
Environmental Laboratory/
Dredging Operations
Technical Support
Point of Contact
Program Manager: Todd S. Bridges, Ph.D.
Senior Scientist (Environmental Sciences)
Assistant Program Manager: Eddie Wiggins,
Associate Technical Director (CHL)

The Dredging Operations and Environmental Research (DOER) Program supports the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Operation and Maintenance Navigation Program. Research is designed to balance operational and environmental initiatives and to meet complex economic, engineering, and environmental challenges of dredging and disposal in support of the navigation mission. Research results will provide dredging project managers with technology for cost-effective operation, evaluation of risks associated with management alternatives, and environmental compliance.

USACE Program Monitors
• James Walker,
Navigation Business Line Manager
• Joseph R.Wilson,
Environmental

 
Dredging in the News

  • Inland Port Magazine: USACE Promotes Environmental Sustainability
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    Updated June 2012
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