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SALTISolutions

Duration: 01/01/2018 - 31/12/2023 - 8 research positions

Rivers2Morrow is a research programme run by The Ministry of Infrastructure and Water management and Rijkswaterstaat in cooperation with HKV and RoyalHaskoning-DHV. It studies long term morphological behaviour of the Rhine River and Meuse River by analysing bed topography data, analysing sediment composition of the river bed, developing morphological models and studying sediment transport mechanisms.

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Δ-ENIGMA

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Duration: 01/2023 -

Δ-ENIGMA: The Dutch Delta on the Intensive Care monitor.

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SALTISolutions

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Duration: 09/2020 - 12/2026

Salt intrusion through urbanizing deltas: Solutions

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Rivers2Morrow

active

Duration: 01/2018 - 12/2023

River2Morrow studies the long term morphological behaviour of lowlands rivers

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All-Risk

active

Duration: 06/2017 - 06/2022

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Piping in practice

finished

Duration: 01/2016 - 12/2021

Developing a generic method to predict piping hazard in a range of natural substrates with realistic heterogeneity, at the site and delta scale, using combined 3D subsurface

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Estuaries shaped by biomorphodynamics, inherited landscape conditions and human interference

finished

Duration: 12/2015 - 02/2021

To develop models for large-scale planform shape and size of sandy estuaries and predict past and future, large-scale effects of biomorphological interactions and inherited conditions

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Floods of the Past, Design for the Future

finished

Duration: 01/2015 - 12/2021

Combining historical and geological insights with hydraulic numerical modelling to improve estimates of past Rhine river flood magnitudes

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RiverCare

finished

Duration: 12/2014 - 12/2019

Towards self-sustaining multifunctional rivers

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