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Reflection: Forelands – useful for manageable flood safety or just beautiful nature?

In the 19th and early 20th centuries, salt marshes were mainly created for agriculture in the North of the Netherlands. More recently, we have...

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Reflection: Risk-based inspection and interactions between failure mechanisms

Safety standards of flood defences are based on probabilities of flooding. Using a variety of failure models and statistical methods, we try to assess...

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Reflection: Macro stability – better parameters or models or do we need to reinforce the dikes?

Macro instability of the inner slope is an important failure mechanism that has a large influence on the costs of dike reinforcements and their...

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Reflection: Towards a realistic approach of resistance against wave overtopping

Wave overtopping results in a high hydraulic load on the dike cover and can lead to erosion of the grass cover. The overtopping research...

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All-Risk webinar 2 juni

De opbouw van de ondergrond beter in kaart

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Reflection: The biggest flood risk in the rivers – bifurcation points or piping?

Flood risk along the Rhine branches: Flood risks along the major rivers continuously demand our attention. During this All-Risk webinar, we called attention to...

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Reflection: Double Dikes, twice the protection with twice the responsibility?

During the All-Risk webinar, the questions were discussed how a double (twin) dike can contribute to flood risk protection, and what the division of...

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NCR Lecture: A system perspective on flood defence reinforcement projects

Wouter Jan Klerk talked on the NCR December's lecture about the Dutch flood probability standards, and how he works to optimise the way we...

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All-Risk Users Day (Gebruikersdag)

With about 70 participants, seven speakers and four parallel sessions we reflected on the All-Risk progress with interested dike professionals 'dijkwerkers'. Here you can...

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