Ports

 

Hayuth, Y., Hershman, M., Goodwin, R., Ruotsala, A., and McReal, M. (1978). Under New Management. Port Growth and Emerging Coastal Management Programs. Seattle: University of Washington Press. 

 

Hayuth, Y. (1979). Egypt: Its ports, seaborne transport and foreign trade: Israel Shipping and Aviation Research Institute. (Hebrew)

 

Hayuth, Y. (1982). The port urban interface: An area in transition. Area, 14, 219-224. 

 

Hayuth, Y., and Wydra, N. (1982). Optimum dimensions of a coal import terminal: The case of Ashdod. Haifa: Israel Shipping and Aviation Research Institute.

 

Hayuth, Y., and Wydra, N. (1983). Determination of coal-discharging port dimensions from a shipping point of view. Journal of Maritime Policy and Management, 10(2), 41-51. 

 

Hayuth, Y. (1983). Ports and shipping in the Levant region. In Y. Karmon, A. Shmueli, and G. Hurwitz (Eds.), The Lands of the Mediterranean (pp. 279-288). Jerusalem: Ministry of Defense.  (Hebrew)

 

Hayuth, Y., and Stern, E. (1984). Developmental effects of geopolitically located ports: The case of Aqaba and Eilat. In B.S. Hoyle and D. Hilling (Eds.), Seaport Systems and Spatial Change (pp. 239-256): John Wiley and Sons. 

 

Hayuth, Y., Mansfeld, Y., and Shaham, V. (1984). Origin and destination analysis of inland cargo transport to and from Israeli ports. Haifa: Israel Shipping and Aviation Research Institute. (Hebrew)

 

Hayuth, Y., and Damgami, Y. (1984). Master plan for Israel's ports, determination and forecasts of ports' land. Haifa: Israel Shipping and Aviation Research Institute. (Hebrew)

 

Hayuth, Y. (1985). Intermodalism and the U.S. port system. Lloyd's Shipping Economist, 7, 18-19. 

 

Hayuth, Y. (1985). Seaports - The challenge of technological functional changes. In E.M. Borgese and N. Ginsburg (Eds.), Ocean Yearbook 5 (pp. 79-101). Chicago: University of Chicago Press. 

 

Hayuth, Y. (1986). Ports as a link in the intermodal transport chain. In M. Chesnais and J. Charlier (Eds.), Geographie de la Mer (pp. 275-283). Paradigme: Caen. 

 

Hayuth, Y., Wydra, N., and Ofek, M. (1986). Ship cost analysis at Israeli ports. Haifa: Israel Shipping and Aviation Research Institute. (Hebrew)

 

Hayuth, Y., and Wydra, N. (1987). Fleet and market analysis of Israeli coal imports. Haifa: Israel Shipping and Aviation Research Institute. (Hebrew)

 

Hayuth, Y. (1988). Rationalization of the U.S. container port system. The Professional Geographer, 40(3), 279-288. 

 

Hayuth, Y. (1988). Change on the waterfront: A model-base approach. In B.S. Hoyle, D.A. Pinder, and M.S. Husain (Eds.), Revitalizing the Waterfront: International Dimensions of Dockland Redevelopment (pp. 52-64). London: Belhaven Press. 

 

Hayuth, Y. (1989). The composition of ships to call at Israeli ports in the 1990s. Haifa: Wydra Institute of Shipping and Aviation Research. (Hebrew)

 

Hayuth, Y., Roll, Y., and Demonie, G. (1990). Analysis of Israeli port capacity and a determination of development alternatives. Haifa: Wydra Institute of Shipping and Aviation Research. (Hebrew)

 

Hayuth, Y. (1991). Load centering and modal integration. Coastal Management, 19(3), 297-311. 

 

Hayuth, Y., and Hilling, D. (1992). Technological changes and seaport development. In B.S. Hoyle and D. Pinder (Eds.), European Port Cities in Transition (pp. 4-58): Belhaven. 

 

Hayuth, Y. (1992). Port competition and cooperation in the Puget sound. Seattle: Port of Seattle.

 

Hayuth, Y. (1992). Overweight container study. Washington: Washington State Department of Transportation.

 

Hayuth, Y. (1993). Port competition and regional port cooperation. In G. Blauwens, G.D. Brabander, and E. van de Voorde (Eds.), De dyamieik van een haven (pp. 210-226). De Nederlandsxge: Boekhadel. 

 

Hayuth, Y., and Demonie, G. (1993). Transshipment in Israeli ports - A peace scenario. Haifa: Wydra Institute of Shipping and Aviation Research.

 

Hayuth, Y., Gilad, A., and Malkov, A. (1993). The rational of liner shipping conference system. Haifa: Wydra Institute of Shipping and Aviation Research.

 

Karmon, Y. (1963). Eilat: Israel's Red Sea Port. Tijdschrift voor Economische en Social Geografie, 54, 117-126. 

 

Karmon, Y. (1965). Ashdod: A new Mediterranean port in Israel. Geography, 254-258. 

 

Karmon, Y. (1980). Ports Around the World. New York: Crown Publishers. 

 

Karmon, Y. (1981). The changing role of ports. Focus, 32(40), 16-17. 

 

Karmon, Y. (1985). Geographical components in the study of ancient Mediterranean ports. In A. Raban (Ed.), Harbor Archaeology, Vol. 1-6. 

 

Kipnis, B., and Hayuth, Y. (1988). The impact of the shipping industry and the port on the economy of Haifa: An input-output study, Inter Relationships Between the Port and the City (pp. 106-125). Haifa: N. Vidra Institute for Maritime and Aviation Studies.  (Hebrew)

 

Soffer, A. (1982). Illusion as a factor in determining policy in the development of a port: The case of Haifa. Maritime Policy and Management, 9, 145-152. 

 

Soffer, A., and Stern, S. (1985). The model of the Middle Eastern port city. Studies in the Geography of Israel, 12, 206-215.  (Hebrew)

 

Soffer, A. (1987). The port city - a sub group of the Middle Eastern city model. Ekistics(316-317), 102-110. 

 

Soffer, A. (1988). The port industry nexus in the Haifa region. Sapanut, 15(1), 33-40.  (Hebrew)

 

Stern, E., and Hayut, Y. (1984). Developmental effects of geopolitically located ports. In B. Hoyle and D. Hilling (Eds.), Seaport Systems and Spatial Change (pp. 239-257). London: Jon Willey.