Proceedings Of The Marine

SUM 2016

Proceedings magazine is a communication tool for the Coast Guard's Marine Safety & Security Council. Each quarterly magazine focuses on a specific theme of interest to the marine industry.

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44 Building a Port Managing an expanding port and keeping it healthy. by CDR Brian Khey 46 The Port of New Orleans Preparing for the future. by Mr. Matt Gresham 49 Transforming the Tide A look at the Columbia/Snake River system — past, present, and future. by Ms. Jennifer Riddle 52 Commerce and Navigation Safety on the High Seas U.S. Arctic and western Alaska. by CDR Hector L. Cintron, Jr. 55 Alaska Fuel Distribution Six months, 50 million gallons, 100 remote delivery locations. by Captain Greg Pavellas 60 Shifting Tides The importance of holding on to the American-flagged commercial fleet. by Mr. Charles Diorio Lessons Learned 66 Fire Destroys Two Tank Barges A tank cleaning operation gone wrong. by Ms. Sarah K. Webster On Deck 4 Director's Perspective by Ms. Ellen Engleman Conners 5 Champion's Point of View by CAPT Steven P. Wittrock 71 Chemical of the Quarter Understanding Biodiesel by LT Andrew Murphy Nautical Queries 72 Engineering 73 Deck Cover image: New Orleans port activity with cityscape by Ed Metz / Shutterstock. Graphics USCG and its licensors, unless otherwise indicated.

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