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Reclamation dredging is nearing completion and all reclaimed land will then be capped with a layer of rock, imported from a nearby quarry.
The site, once a shipyard, is reclaimed land incorporating hulks of ships abandoned by the Forty-niners rushing inland for gold.
The contaminated waste was dumped on the shallow foreshores of Homebush Bay, which eventually became reclaimed land.
Tellingly perhaps, since it's built on an island that is almost entirely reclaimed land, it's not really even in Korea.
And in some situations reclaimed land is already degraded and faces long-standing feral animal or weed infestation problems and future risks.
Nearly all the reclaimed land made available by the construction of the Aswan Dam has been eaten up by insatiable urban sprawl.
Teesport is built on reclaimed land on the south side of the Tees estuary below Middlesbrough.
Some 250,000 tonnes of Portland Stone was used in creating the 875m breakwater and associated reclaimed land.
The city of Rio de Janeiro was largely built on reclaimed land, as was Wellington, New Zealand.
These breakwaters have been extended and adapted so that the port lies almost entirely on reclaimed land.
In 1978, a deep water riverside berth was opened for large container ships on reclaimed land at Northfleet Hope.
The Port of Ramsgate has a 700 berth marina, Royal Harbour Marina, and a ferry terminal built on reclaimed land.
In May 1997, the Senate transferred to a new building it shares with the Government Service Insurance System at reclaimed land at Pasay.
One of the oldest local reserves in the county, built from reclaimed land in 1771, it provides an important habitat for migratory wildfowl and waders.
It was not until the early 1970s that the technology was used for moving a modular marine barge with a dragline on board for use over soft reclaimed land.
Directly north of Pacific Heights facing the waterfront is the Marina, a neighborhood popular with young professionals that was largely built on reclaimed land from the Bay.
Sri Lanka Ports Authority has signed an agreement with China Communications Construction Company Ltd to develop a port city on 230 hectares of reclaimed land in Colombo.
Reclaimed land is highly susceptible to soil liquefaction during earthquakes, which can amplify the amount of damage that occurs to buildings and infrastructure.
Examples from Classical Literature
On commons and reclaimed land they took the place of the quickset hedges seen around richer farm lands.
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