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Benthic species as mud patrol ‐ modelled effects of bioturbators and biofilms on large‐scale estuarine mud and morphology

Muriel Z.M. Brückner, Christian Schwarz, Giovanni Coco, Anne Baar, Márcio Boechat Albernaz, Maarten G. Kleinhans - 2021 - Estuaries shaped by biomorphodynamics, inherited landscape conditions and human interference
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The influence of slipface angle on fluvial dune growth

S. Naqshband, D. Hurther, S. Giri, R.W. Bradley, R.A. Kostaschuk, J.G. Venditti, A.J.F. Hoitink - 31/03/2021

Benthic species as mud patrol ‐ modelled effects of bioturbators and biofilms on large‐scale estuarine mud and morphology

Muriel Z.M. Brückner, Christian Schwarz, Giovanni Coco, Anne Baar, Márcio Boechat Albernaz, Maarten G. Kleinhans - 31/03/2021 - Estuaries shaped by biomorphodynamics, inherited landscape conditions and human interference
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms

Risks and management of alien freshwater crayfish species in the Rhine-Meuse river district

Pim Lemmers, Frank P.L. Collas, Ronald Gylstra, Ben H.J.M. Crombaghs, Gerard van der Velde and Rob S.E.W. Leuven* - 17/03/2021

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

van Bergeijk, Vera M.; Warmink, Jord J.; Hulscher, Suzanne J.M.H. - 03/03/2021 - All-Risk
Failure probability by wave overtopping over 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.

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Innovatieve monitoringstechnieken voor rivierbeheer : verkenning naar de mogelijkheden en de meerwaarde van cameramonitoring

Bart Strijker, Guy Dupuits, Eelco Verschelling, Fedor Baart - 01/03/2021

River Response to Anthropogenic Modification: Channel Steepening and Gravel Front Fading in an Incising River

C. Ylla Arbós , A. Blom , E. Viparelli , M. Reneerkens , R. M. Frings, and R. M. J. Schielen, - 23/02/2021 - Rivers2Morrow
Geophysical Research Letters

Laying bare systemic river bed changes in the river Rhine

Huthoff, F., van Denderen, P., & Paarlberg, A. - 11/02/2021 - RiverCare
It is important to link cause-and-effect relations between bed response and their dominating triggers. This is particularly important in highly-engineered navigable rivers, where multiple influences from close-by and further away can obscure the dominating causes of local bed level changes, and thereby possibly point in the wrong direction when it comes to sustainable river management practices.

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Rapidly migrating secondary bedforms can persist on the lee of slowly migrating primary river dunes

J.Y. Zomer S. Naqshband B. Vermeulen A.J.F Hoitink - 11/02/2021 - Rivers2Morrow
JGR Earth Surface

Nieuwsbrief rivierkundig onderzoek - januari 2021

Matthijs Boersema, Anke Becker - 11/02/2021 - KPP River research
Overzicht van onderzoeken uitgevoerd in 2019 en 2020

Insight into the local bed-level dynamics to assist management of multi-funtional rivers

van Denderen, R. P., Paarlberg, A. J., Augustijn, D. C. M., & Schielen, R. M. J. - 11/02/2021 - RiverCare
River discharge fluctuations cause bed-level variations at various scales, resulting from spatial gradients in the river’s geometry. Insight into these bed-level variations and their relation to discharge fluctuations can help to predict and prevent the formation of local bottlenecks. In this paper, we use bi-weekly bed-level measurements of the river Waal to estimate the bed-level variations related to the river discharge.

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