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GSA Conference

March 20, 2011

Chris Freeman and Ben Sumners presented research at the recent Southeastern meeting of the Geological Society of America in Wilmington, NC. In a session devoted to coastal response to tidal inlets, Ben Sumners presented a discussion of “Spit Development and Effects of Ebb Channel Relocation: Bogue Inlet, NC’ and Chris Freeman presented a talk entitled “High-Resolution Mapping of Complex Coastal Inlets for Regional Sediment Management in North Carolina. The session was in tribute to the career of Dr. Bill Cleary.

Sumners GSA Abstract

 

Publication in Port Technology

September 20, 2010

David Bernstein and Chris Freeman published a study on the use of multibeam surveys for construction monitoring at the North Carolina Port of Morehead City. Entitled Independent Surveys Prove both Time and Cost Effective, the report details the IHO Special Order MBES survey performed for Weeks Marine Inc. during extensive dredging and rock stabilization at the Port.

Independent surveys using multibeam sonar prove both time and cost effective for Port Authorities