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ICE News

National 19 Sep: Implication of the water framework directive for ports, estuaries and navigation. ICE.

9.30am. E-mail bisi. oyekani@ice. org. uk 19 Sep: Environmental control and monitoring of dredging and dredged material disposal. ICE.

1.30pm. E-mail bisi. oyekamni@ice. org. uk 19 Sep: MRT North East Line Singapore - contract C704. ICE.

5.30pm. E-mail dionne. dalgety@ice. org. uk 22 Sep: Fourth international conference on health effects of low-level radiation. Keble College, Oxford. E-mail hannah. wilson@ice. org. uk 24 Sep: Modernising government procurement.

ICE. 2pm. E-mail peter. fry @ice. org. uk 24 Sep: The ICE Annual European Lecture. ICE. 6pm.

E-mail oivind. grimsmo@ice.

org. uk 25 Sep: Second international conference on engineering and health in compressed air work.

St Catherine's College, Oxford.

E-mail hannah. wilson@ice. org. uk 25 Sep: PSINSAR: ground movements from space. ICE.

5.30pm. E-mail pauline. arundel@ice. org. uk North West 23 Sep: Merseyside branch chairman's address: things will never improve as long as you've a hole in your assets, so put this in your pipe andà Liverpool Moat House Hotel.

6.30pm. Contact Dave Haddon, tel: (07968) 320 982.

South West 24 Sep: Severe weather predictions and their cost. Harrison Building, University of Exeter. 6pm.

Contact Trevor Still, tel: (01684) 310584.

24 Sep: Site visit to the Met Office Exeter. Emperor Way, Exeter Business Park. 2pm.

Contact Teresa Frost, tel: (01872) 327823.

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