1 edition of Future of Northwest maritime industries IX found in the catalog.
Future of Northwest maritime industries IX
|Statement||sponsored by Oregon State University Extension Service, Sea Grant Marine Advisory Program ... [et al.], Portland, Oregon, 21 September 1982.|
|Series||Special report / Oregon State University Extension Service, Sea Grant Marine Advisory Program ;, 673, Special report (Oregon State University. Sea Grant Marine Advisory Program) ;, 673.|
|Contributions||Oregon State University. Sea Grant Marine Advisory Program.|
|LC Classifications||HE752.A19 F87 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 81 p. :|
|Number of Pages||81|
|LC Control Number||83621320|
The maritime industry’s leading source for breaking maritime and marine news including shipping news, offshore news, piracy news and more. If the maritime industry follows the successful path of higher education and other industries (and I see no reason to believe it will not), then blended learning will be a huge story over the next 5 years. Analytics. Another trend that is sure to impact maritime training is the availability and use of analytics in training.
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THE FUTURE OF THE NORTHWEST MARITIME INDUSTRIES IX A Conference Sponsored by Oregon State University Extension Service Sea Grant Marine Advisory Program Washington State University Extension Service University of Washington Sea Grant Program Propeller Club Women's Shipping Club Portland Shipping Club Portland Steamship Operators Portland, Oregon.
The Future of the Northwest Maritime Industries; Conference Location: Portland, Oregon, USA; Non-Academic Affiliation: Oregon State University. Agricultural Experiment Station; Oregon State University. Sea Grant College Program; Series: Special report (Oregon State University. Agricultural Experiment Station) Keyword: Inland water transportation -- Northwest, Pacific.
THE FUTURE OF NORTHWEST MARITIME INDUSTRIES CONFERENCE XII Red Lion/Lloyd Center Portland, Oregon Octo The sponsors proudly present the twelfth annual forum bringing together both the business and academic sectors of our region in discussion of issues vital to the future of the Columbia River and Snake River region.
The Future of the Northwest Maritime Industries VIII is history. Written evalua-tions received to date indicate it was one of the best in the series.
Attendance was nearly two hundred, far more than most of us ever envisioned. I must give credit for the success of the panel discussions and attendance to the steering committee and co-sponsoring organizations. industry’s origins in Washington date back to the pioneering of the Columbia River, the construction of early 20th century industrial shipyards, and the opening and growth of northwest and Alaskan fisheries.
Maritime activities are diverse and cover a wide spectrum of skills and labor force needs. Maritime piracy and armed robbery against ship are one of the contemporary challenges of the maritime industry.
These two phenomena have a global impact on maritime trade and. In the state, a maritime industry that traces its roots back to Hudson’s Bay Co.’s commissioning of the S.S. Beaver, the first steamship in the Pacific Northwest, generates $ billion in Author: Coral Garnick.
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However, the Maritime industry's future stability — and thus the jobs and people dependent on it — is threatened by the shortage of qualified mariners. Every year, U.S. commercial traffic through the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Seaway system generates more than $ billion in personal income, $ billion in transportation-related revenue and.
The Northwest maritime industry is getting nervous as it looks to the horizon and sees its employee base about to retire. RELATED: Ballard locks faces millions in Author: Mynorthwest Staff. Port revenue linked to the cruise industry has soared, rising from $ million in to $ million inand topping $18 million inport records show.
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But as Washington thinks about its maritime future, it also has to think critically about how the industry is going to change. A key change is development of unmanned and autonomous ships.But, in a city looking past heavier industries to a future powered by tech and service work, maritime workers and business owners wonder how long they will remain a vibrant part of the cityscape.David has served on the board of directors of the Northwest School of Wooden Boatbuilding, The Wooden Boat Foundation, and was previously on the Board of the Northwest Maritime Center from to David has a B.A.
from Harvard College and holds a certificate in project management from the University of Washington.