Pumps for Suction Dredgers in the Atlantic

The ship has been designed to operate with waves that are up to seven metres high, while its hoppers can load around 2,000 cubic metres of sand and gravel. An articulated suction pipe helps the dredge pump to suck slurry from a depth of up to 45 metres.

9th Circuit overturns suction dredge gold mining rulings

The Northern California tribe challenged the Forest Service's 2004 approval of suction dredge mining, contending it harmed coho salmon, a threatened species under the Endangered Species Act. Suction dredges pump sand and gravel from riverbeds, which

Miners dredge protected Idaho river in protest of federal oversight

Six of nearly 60 miners at the rally were using portable pumps and hoses to collect gravel and sand from the streambed of a stretch of the federally protected Salmon River, which is closed to suction dredging and other mining by the U.S. Environmental

Court ruling restricts gold mining in the West

Suction dredges are gas-powered vacuums that pump sand and gravel up from riverbeds. "The Forest Service's decision to place the search for minuscule flakes of gold above the needs of people who rely on clean water, and especially wild salmon

Coast: Dredging the North Sea

Whether it's building a child's sandpit or raising a sky-scraper, this work has one thing in common: the need for lots of sand and gravel. Climb aboard the Arco Adur, to find out about one of the Norfolk coast's Mammoth dredging ships with 40 metre

A new gold rush is on, sparked by California’s post-drought snowmelt

putting an end to dredges that suction rocks, sand and pebbles from the bottom of a creek and pumps that circulate water into sluices located high on river banks. A coalition of tribal, conservation and fisheries representatives said such practices

Gold Rush reborn: California’s drought revives panning in Gold Country

Robert Guardiola of Riverbank pans for gold after collecting gravel
deposits under putting an end to dredges that suction rocks, sand and pebbles from the bottom of a creek and pumps that circulate water into sluices located high on river banks.

Lookback: Fred W. Green freighter survives 1936 gale in Muskegon, but not German U-boat 6 years later

Three steam pumps went into action immediately. Lyons Construction Co. of Whitehall put centrifugal of dredging operations off Duck Lake near Michillinda by the SS Fred W. Green of Milwaukee. Residents there charge the vessel, a sand sucker, is

9 Things You Did Not Know About Mining and Mines

Surface exploitation is also the dredging of the river and sea beds for materials varying from diamonds to sand and gravel. Commercial sea mining is made down to 60 m (200 ft) using excavators with cup wheel, bucket or suction pumps. Manganese recovered