1. DredgeFest NYC


    from Ben Mendelsohn / Added

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    DredgeFest NYC is a symposium about the human acceleration of sediments, and the technologies and techniques that we’ve invented to manage it. More info: bit.ly/dredgefest SYMPOSIUM: Friday 28 September 2012 1pm-6pm, followed by reception. Columbia University GSAPP | Studio-X NYC | 180 Varick St, Suite 1610 Free and open to the public. HARBOR TOUR: Saturday 29 September 2012 1pm-5pm New York Harbor Limited seating, reserve your spot via Brown Paper Tickets -http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/264023 DredgeFest NYC is organized by the Dredge Research Collaborative and our hosts, Columbia University GSAPP's Studio-X NYC.

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    • The Incredible Journey of a Boskalis Dredge


      from Visuals Studio Brazil / Added

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      The documentary shows the impressive mobilization mission of a Boskalis cutter dredge vessel and its supporting vessels through the jungle of Surinam. Boskalis contracted Dutch transport experts for the mission from AbuDhabi to the bauxite mine at Lelydorp near Paramaribo. An almost impossible operation is made to a success by the team of the Boskalis men. The Orion cutter dredge is transported to a bauxite mine for the excavation of bauxite in Surinam. A Project Movie by Visuals Studio Brazil for Royal Boskalis Westminster, global leading dredging and maritime service company, as part of the Co Mining Project. © June 2012 A Visuals Studio Brazil Production for Royal Boskalis Westminster Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Director - Producer - Script: Ernst Daniel Nijboer 2nd Camera & editor: Paolo de Graaff

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      • Thorn


        from bluedot productions / Added

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        The musical composition Thorn is aptly named. Its relentless spiking attacks are placed into the context of the destructive machinations of Sumpter Oregon’s historic dredge and its insatiable churning in its quest for gold. Harmonies are foregone in favor of unrelenting phrases requiring Molly herself to act as the dispassionate cog in the endlessly turning wheels of uncertain resolution. Molly Barth - Flute David Lang - Composer Filmmaking by Bluedot Productions Filmed at the dredge in Sumpter Oregon. http://www.oregonstateparks.org/park_239.php Molly Barth acknowledges the support of the Office for Research, Innovation and Graduate Education, University of Oregon.

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        • dredgecam.com Blue Marlin and Mahi Mahi....Ocean City, MD


          from ScotPol / Added

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          The dredgecam.com housing captured a Blue Marlin and some Mahi's behind the GoPro Hero camera. Dredgecam.com housings will be available at Alltackle.com before the summer is over. (note: camera was running to the side due to a safety line rigging error....gotta love R&D trips!)

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          • Harbour moments


            from john cliff / Added

            Newcastle Harbour on a grey day - peaceful but active at the same time. Harbour and beach live in a nice juxtaposition with the lighthouse overlooking and serving both. The beach shown is Nobby's Beach where, on the 8th June 2007 during a fierce storm the bulk carrier Pasha Bulker ran aground and was stuck there until refloated successfully on July 2nd.

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            • Wrightsville Beach Dredge: May 16th 2014


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              Wrightsville beach had some thumping shore break due to the dredge, so Dylan Kowalski and Jacob Laham indulged. Filmed with Gopro 3+ @120 FPS filmed with mouth piece Enjoy

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              • Fish Tank Sport Fishing Cap Cana 2013


                from Anthony Petrilli / Added

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                Enjoy these incredible images captured while fishing with the crew of the Fish Tank out of Cap Cana Marina in the Dominican Republic from May and June of 2013.

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                • Fin Allie sailfish


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                  Very good day of summer offshore fishing off SC aboard Charleston-based 48' Ocean Yacht "Fin Allie". On 20# class tackle, the skilled weekend warrior crew uses circle-hook ballyhoo, dredge and squid chain teasers to go 3 for 6 on sailfish, 0 for 2 blue marlin and 3 for three mahi/dolphin. This fun video features lot's of underwater sailfish footage and is infused with edgy music selections throughout the film. Enjoy !

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                  • Dredgecam.com White Marlin on the Qualifier


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                    Qualifier Charters catches yet another White Marlin our of Oregon Inlet, NC. www.qualifiercharters.com www.dredgecam.com

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                    • Surveying Scallops on the R/V Hugh R Sharp


                      from Delaware Sea Grant / Added

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                      The underwater realm is often a place of mystery – full of diverse creatures that are known to science, but rarely seen by most people. That is changing quickly as more sophisticated underwater digital cameras provide clearer views of what can be found just off our coasts. The technology is also advancing marine research by allowing scientists to capture comprehensive views of the ocean floor. The University of Delaware's research vessel Hugh R. Sharp is making use of such technology to help the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association (NOAA) survey scallop populations along the mid-Atlantic coast. NOAA has conducted the survey annually since 1979 by dredging specific sample areas to collect scallops and calculate population numbers. The R/V Sharp has been used for the surveys since 2008, when NOAA's own ship, the Albatross IV, was retired after 45 years of service. The R/V Sharp is outfitted with a full range of oceanographic equipment and instrumentation, including fiber-optic wire. Researchers are using that wire with an underwater video system, called the Habitat Mapping Camera System (HabCam), to help NOAA compare scallop counts collected via traditional dredging methods to the numbers they can actually see along the ocean floor of the same sampling areas. Find out more about this research effort and see some of the images that have been captured by the HabCam on the R/V Sharp in this video story.

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