PIANC Commission Working Group Report Reviews

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PIANC Commission Working Group Report Reviews


EnviCom


Working Group report details

Initial review:
conclusion

* If identified as ‘potentially sensitive’, please highlight the particular areas of potential sensitivity (N.B. based on
drivers in PIANC
EnviCom TG3 report ‘Climate change and navigation’)

Marine Navigation

Inland Navigation

Report
number

Report title

Year

Climate change already considered

Climate change not relevant to
topic

May be sensitive to climate
change*


Sea level rise

Wind
conditions

Wave action

Tide and surge propagation and
range

Ocean circulations and coastal
hydrodynamics


Coastal and estuarine morphology
including sediment transport


Storm events (marine)

Sea chemistry

Ice conditions/icing (marine)


please state

Oth
er (marine)

Water supply

Water temperature

Extreme hydrological conditions
(high/low flow)

River morphology
including
sediment transport

Ice cover (riverine)

Other (riverine)

109

Long term

management of
Confined disposal
facilities for dredged
material

2009



Yes

X


X



X











107

Sustainable
Waterways within the
Context of Navigation
2009

Yes



















and Flood
Management

TG3

Climate Change and
Navigation
-

Waterborne transport,
ports and waterways:
A review of climate
change drivers,
impacts, responses
and mitigation


Yes



















100

Dredging
Management Practices
for the Environment

-

A structured selection
approach

2009



Yes

X

X

X

X

X

X











104

Dredged Material as a
Resource

2009

Yes



















10

Environmental risk
assessment of
dredging and disposal
operations

2006



Yes

X






X




X


X





8

Biological assessment
guidance for dredged
material

2006



Yes







X



X







2

Bird habitat
management in ports
and waterways

2005



Yes

X










X


X

X

X


6

Guidelines for
sustainable inland
2003



Yes











X

X

X

X

X


waterways and
navigation

7

Ecological and
engineering guidelines
for wetlands
restoration in relation
to the development,
operation and
maintenance of
navigation
infrastructures

2003



Yes

X










X

X

X

X



5

Environmental
guidelines for aquatic,
nearshore and upland
confined disposal
facilities for
contaminated dredged
material

2002



Yes

X

X

X

X

X

X







X




4

Environmental
management
framework for ports
and related industries

1999



Yes

X


X

X

X

X


X





X

X



1

Management of
aquatic disposal of
dredged material

1998



Yes

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X









15

Dredging and Port
Construction around
coral reefs

2010

Yes




















InCom


Working Group report details

Initial review:
conclusion

* If identified as ‘potentially sensitive’, please highlight the particular areas of potential sensitivity (N.B. based on
drivers in PIANC EnviCom TG3 report ‘Climate change and navigation’)

Marine Navigation

Inland Navigation

Report
number

Report
title

Year

Climate change already considered

Climate change not relevant to
topic

May be sensitive to climate
change*


Sea level rise

Wind conditions

Wave action

Tide and surge propagation and
range

Ocean circulations and coastal
hydrodynamics


Coastal and estuarine morphology
including sediment transport


Storm events (marine)

Sea chemistry

Ice conditions/icing (marine)


please state

Other (marine)

Water supply

Water temperature

Extreme hydrological conditions
(high/low flow)

River morphology

including
sediment transport

Ice cover (riverine)

Other (riverine)

110

Governance
Organisation and
Management of River
Ports

2010


Yes


















106

Innovations in
Navigation Lock
Design

2009



Yes















X

Variation in
water level

96

Developments in the
automation and
rem
ote operation of
locks and bridges

2008


Yes


















99

Considerations to
reduce environmental
impacts of vessels

2008



Yes
















Invasive
species

26

Design of movable
weirs and storm surge
barriers

2006



Yes
















Variation in
water level

25

Maintenance and
renovation of
navigation
infrastructure

2006


Yes


















21

Economic aspects of
inland waterways

2005


Yes


















24

Guidelines and
recommendations for
River Information
Services (RIS)

2004



Yes
















Variation in
water level

23

Technical and
economic problems of
channel icing

2004



Yes















X


24

Vessel traffic and
transp
ort
management in the
inland waterways and
modern information
systems

2002


Yes


















19

Ship collisions due to
the presence of
bridges

2001



Yes
















Reduced
headroom

20

Factors involved in
standardizing t
he
dimensions of class Vb
inland waterways
(canals)

1999


Yes


















14

Inland waterways
vessels and pollution

1999


Yes


















18

Advanced and
automated operation
of locks and bridges

1996



Yes
















Variation in
water level

17

Handling and
treatment of
contaminated
dredged material
(CDM) from ports and
inland waterways
-

Volumes 1 and 2 on
CD
-
ROM

1996


Yes


















12

Reinforced vegetative
bank protections using
geotextiles

1996



Yes
















Variation in
water level

16

Standard
ization of
ships and inland
waterways for
1996


Yes


















river/sea navigation

6

Problems created by
saltwater infiltration

1993



Yes

X
















5

Container transport
with inland vessels

1992


Yes


















11

Analysis of cost of
operating vessels on
inland waterways

1991


Y
es


















8

Automatic
management of
canalized waterways
and its h
ydraulic
problems

1990



Yes
















Variation in
water level

7

Management of
dredged material from
inland waterways

1990


Yes


















9

Standardization of
inland waterways
dimensions

1990


Yes


















10

Supervision and
control of long lateral
embankments

1990



Yes
















Embank
-
ment
stability



Ship lifts

1989


Yes


















4

Guidelines for the
design and
construction of
flexible revetments
incorpor
ating
geotextiles for inland
waterways

1987



Yes
















Variation in
water level

3

Risk consideration
when determining
bank protection
requirements

1987



Yes

















1

Economic implications
of inland waterway
development

1984


Yes



















MarCom


Working Group report details

Initial review:
conclusion

* If identified as ‘potentially sensitive’, please highlight the particular areas of potential sensitivity (N.B. based on
drivers in PIANC EnviCom TG3 report ‘Climate change and navigation’)

Marine Navigation

Inland Navigation

Report
number

Report
title

Year

Climate change already considered

Climate change not relevant to
topic

May be sensitive to climate
change*


Sea level rise

Wind conditions

Wave action

Tide and surge propagation and
range

Ocean circulations and coastal
hydrodynamics


Coastal and estuarine morphology
including sediment transport


Storm events (marine)

Sea chemistry

Ice conditions/icing (marine)


please state

Other (marine)

Water supply

Water temperature

Extreme hydrological conditions
(high/low flow)

River morphology

including
sediment transport

Ice cover (riverine)

Other (riverine)

Working Group Reports

112

Mitigation of Tsunami
Disasters in Ports

2010

Yes



















103

Life Cycle
Management of Port
Structures,
Recommended
Practice for
Implementation

2008



Yes

X

X

X

X




X









102

Minimising Harbour
Siltation

2008


Yes


















44

Accelerated low water
corrosion

2005


Yes


















41

Guidelines for
managing wake wash
from high
-
speed
vessels

2003


Yes


















40

State
-
of
-
the
-
art of
designing and
constructing berm
breakwaters

2003



Yes

X


X

X













36

Catalogue of
prefabricated
elements

2005


Yes


















35

Dangerous cargoes in
ports

2000



Yes

X

X

X

X













34

Seismic design
guidelines for port
structures

2001


Yes


















33

Guidelines for the
design of fenders
systems

2002


Yes


















31

Life cycle
management of port
structures
-

general
principles

1998



Yes

X

X

X

X













30(2)

Joint PIANC
-
IAPH
report on approach
channels
-

a guide for
design

1997




















30(1)

Joint PIANC
-
IAPH
report on approach
channels
-

preliminary
1995




















guidelines

28

Breakwaters with
vertical and inclined
concrete walls

2003



Yes

X


X

X













24

Criteria for
movements of
moored ships in
harbours
-

a practical
guide

1995


Yes


















23

Site investigation
requirements for
dredging works

2000


Yes


















22

Guidelines for the
design of armoured
slopes under open
piled quay walls

1997



Yes

X


X

X













21

Guidelines for the
design and
construction of
flexible revetments
incorporating
geotextiles in marine
environment

1992


Yes


















20

Capability of ship
manoeuvring
simulation models for
approach channels
and fairways in
1992


Yes


















harbours

19

Beneficial uses of
dredged material
-

a
practical guide

1992


Yes


















18

Planning of fishing
ports

1998



Yes

X

X

X

X













17B

Inspection,
maintenance and
repair of maritime
structures exposed to
damage and material
degradation caused by
salt water
environment

2004



Yes

X


X

X













17

Inspection,
maintenance and
repair of maritime
structures exposed to
material degradation
caused by a salt water
environment

1990



Yes

X


X














15

Dry docks

1988



Yes

X
















14

Economic methods of
channel maintenance

1989


Yes


















13

Floating breakwaters
-

a practical guide for
design and
1994


Yes


















construction

12F

Analysis of rubble
mound breakwaters
-

subgroup F :

development of a
partial coefficient
system for the design
of rubble mound
breakwaters

1991



Yes

X


X

X













12E

Analysis of rubble
mound breakwaters
-

subgroup E :


figures and tables

1992




















12D

Analysis of rubble
mound breakwaters
-

subgroup D :


construction
deviations and
reliability of
construction

1989


Yes


















12C

Analysis of rubble
mound breakwaters
-

subgroup C :


risk analysis in
breakwater design

1989



Yes

X


X

X













12B

Analysis of rubble
mound breakwaters
-

subgroup B :


uncertainty related to
environmental data
and estimated
1992



Yes

X


X

X













extreme events

12A

Analysis of rubble
mound breakwaters
-

subgroup A :


formulae for rubble
mound breakwater
failure modes

1993


Yes


















12

Analysis of rubble
mound breakwaters

1992



Yes

X


X

X













11

Port facilities for
ferries
-

practical
guide

1995



Yes

X

X

X

X













10

Disposal of dredged
material at sea

1986


Yes


















9

Development of
modern marine
terminals

1987




















8

The damage inflicted
by ships with bulbous
bows on underwater
structures

1990


Yes


















6

Classification of soils
and rocks to be
dredged (revision of
1972 report)

1984


Yes


















5

Underkeel clearance
for large ships in
maritime fairways
with hard bottom

1985


Yes


















4

Dangerous goods in
ports
-

recommendations for
port designers and
port operators

1985



Yes

X

X

X

X













3A

Navigation in muddy
areas

1983


Yes


















3

Ice navigation

1984



Yes









X








2

The stability of rubble
mound breakwaters in
deeper water

1985




















Technical reports


Oil tankers and large ships


List of sea state
parameters

(Joint IAHR
-
PIANC
report)

1986


Yes


















4

Optimal lay
-
out and
dimensions for the
adjustment to large
ships of maritime
fairways in shallow
1980




















seas, seastraits and
maritime waterways


Final report of the 3rd
International
Commission for the
Study of Waves Part3

1980





















Report of the
international study
commission for the
standardization of
roll
-
on / roll
-
off ships
and berths 1978

1979


Yes


X
















1

Methods for analysing
wind, wave and swell
data to estimate on an
annual basis the
number of days, and
the maximum
duration of periods
during which port and
ship operations w
ill be
impeded by these
elements

1979




















2

Desirable co
-
ordination and
international
agreement on
compatibility of ship
and shore
-
based
navigational aid
equipment

1978




















3

Installations and
equipment for the
reception and
treatment of oily
wastes. Equipment
and methods for
minimizing of oil
pollution
-

including
associated fire risks
-

in harbo
rs, at sea and
along the coast by
collecting and
removing polluting
substa
nces

1977


Yes


















5

Technical and
economic aspects of
artificial offshore
islands for the
reception of large
ships

1977



Yes

X

X

X

X





X









Final report of the
International
Commission for the
Study of Waves _Part2

1976





















Big tankers and their
reception (data
-
fairways
-
berths)

1973




















Technical reports


Other


Report of the
International
Commission for
improving the design
of fender systems

1984





















RecCom


Working Group report details

Initial review:
conclusion

* If identified as ‘potentially sensitive’, please highlight the particular areas of potential sensitivity (N.B. based on
drivers in

PIANC EnviCom TG3 report ‘Climate change and navigation’)

Marine Navigation

Inland Navigation

Report
number

Report title

Year

Climate change already considered

Climate change not relevant to
topic

May be sensitive to climate
change*


Sea level rise

Wind conditions

Wave action

Tide and surge propagation and
range

Ocean circulations and coastal
hydrodynamics


Coastal and estuarine morphology
including sediment transport


Storm events (marine)

Sea chemistry

Ice conditions/icing (mari
ne)


please state

Other (marine)

Water supply

Water temperature

Extreme hydrological conditions
(high/low flow)

River morphology
including
sediment transport

Ice cover (riverine)

Other (riverine)

WG105

The Use of Alternative
Materials in Marine
Structure Construction

2009

No


Yes








X

X



X



X


WG98

Protecting water
2008

No


Yes

X



X




X




X

X

X



quality in marinas

WG S9

Regeneration of
harbour areas for
sport and pleasure
navigation

2007

No


Yes

X


X

X



X










WG14

Disability Access
Guidelines for
Recreational Boating
Facilities

2004



Yes

X



X









X




WG13

Dreging of Marinas

2004

No


Yes

X





X


X





X

X



WG10

Mooring systems for
Recreational Craft

2002

No


Yes

X

X

X

X


X

X






X




WG12

Recreational
navigation and nature

2002

No


Yes

X



X

X

X


X


X

X

X





Special
Report
2001

Marina Service
Connections

2001

No

Yes

No

















WG8

Standards for the use
of inland waterways
by recreational
navigation

2000

No


Yes













X



structures
dimensions

WG7

Guidance on Marine
Sanitation Pumpouts

1997

No

Yes

No

















Special
Report
1997

Review of selected
standards for floating
dock design

1997

No


Yes


X

X

X



X


X*

*
yes if more
frequent/

severe



X


X




Pictograms for
pleasure Navigation

1996

No

Yes

No

















WG6

Guidelines for the Use
of Certain Powered
Craft, such as
Waterscooters,
Personal Watercraft,
Waterbike, Jetski,
Waverunner, Seadoo,
on controlled waters

1995

No


Yes



X


X








X




Supple
-
ment for
Bulletin
No
.
75

Guidance on Facility
and Management
Specification for
marine yacht harbors
and inland waterway
marinas with respect
to user requirements

1991

No

Yes

No

















Supple
-
me
nt for
Bulletin
No
.
62

The provision of
navigation aids for
pleasure craft

1988

No


Yes

X

X

X

X





X




X


X


Supple
-
me
n
t
for

Bulletin
No
.
37

Dry berthing of
pleasure boats either
for maintenance or
complementary to
wet berthing
-

both
technical and financial
1980

No

Yes

No

















aspects

SRN
1979

Standards for the
construction
equipment and
operation of yacht
harbors and marinas
with special reference
to the environment

1979

No


Yes

X

X

X

X









X




WG1

Final Report of the
International
Commission for Sport
& Pleasure Navigation

1976

No


Yes

















WG1

Sub
-
committee No. 1
Yacht Harbors General
Design & Dimensions


No


Yes

X

X

X

X

X

X

X












CoCom


Working Group report details

Initial review:
conclusion

* If identified as ‘potentially sensitive’, please highlight the particular areas of potential sensitivity (N.B. based on
drivers in PIANC EnviCom TG3 report ‘Climate change and navigation’)

Marine Navigation

Inland Navigation

Report
number

Report
title

Year

Climate change already considered

Climate change not relevant to
topic

May be sensitive to climate
change*


Sea level rise

Wind conditions

Wave action

Tide and surge propagation and
range

Ocean circulations and coastal
hydrodynamics


Coastal and estuarine morphology
including sediment transport


Storm events (marine)

Sea chemistry

Ice conditions/icing (marine)


please state

Other (marine)

Water supply

Water temperature

Extreme hydrological conditions
(high/low flow)

River morphology

including
sediment transport

Ice cover (riverine)

Other (riverine)

97

Ports located in small
islands

2008

Yes
*





































* Possible CC impacts are mentioned albeit not specified. No further specification on CC is required because the report does
not deal with physical design