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Temporal development of backward erosion piping

24/07/2021 by Joost Pol et al.

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Feedback mechanism in bifurcating river systems

We quantify the water level variations for high and low roughness in the main channel when considering or not the feedback mechanism between the discharge at the bifurcation and the water levels.

24/07/2021 by Matthijs R.A. Gensen et al.

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Compensating human interventions at a river bifurcation

Impact of river interventions under a range of discharges and roughness conditions to possibly counteract the feedback mechanism between water levels and discharge at a bifurcating river.

11/02/2021 by Matthijs R.A. Gensen et al.

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Modelling the wave overtopping flow over the crest and the landward slope of grass-covered flood defenses

A new detailed model that is able to calculate the load of the overtopping waves on the grass cover and provides insights in how the load changes along the profile.

02/07/2020 by Vera van Bergeijk et al.

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An analytical model of wave overtopping flow velocities on dike crests and landward slopes

New formulas for the flow velocity over the dike crest and landward slope that can be applied to a wide range of geometries and dike covers.

01/07/2019

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Failure probability by wave overtopping over grass-covered and damaged dikes

We calculate the failure probability by wave overtopping of grass-covered and damaged dikes and show that damages to the dike cover, such as an animal burrowing or an erosion hole, can increase the failure probability significantly.

03/03/2021 by Vera van Bergeijk et al.

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Commentary: Dike Relocation from an Environmental Policy Perspective

The Elbe-Brandenburg biosphere reserve in Germany is a dike relocation project that became a nature-based solution. This commentary highlights the importance of a structured participation via a series of funded projects to keep relevant actors on board.

23/08/2019 by Martijn van Staveren et al.

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The architecture of collaborative governance regimes in Dutch flood risk management: The Grebbedijk case

Supported by an extensive document analysis, observations made during project meetings as well as a series of in depth interviews, we assessed the overall performance of the collaborative governance regime.

06/11/2019 by Emma Avoyan et al.

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Cross-sector collaboration within Dutch flood risk governance: historical analysis of external triggers

Literature synthesis to track how the policy and legal frameworks, socio-economic circumstances, political realities, power relations and conflict situations influenced the attempts at collaboration since the flooding disaster of 1953.

21/05/2019 by Emma Avoyan et al.

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Advies om de juridische status van waterveiligheidsnormen onder de omgevingswet

Current law does not provide a clear answer to decisive questions that exist in practice, but usually this does not hinder the realization of such an innovation.

24/07/2021 by Willemijn van Doorn-Hoekveld et al.

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