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Rivers in an uncertain future

Warmink, J.J., Bomers, A., Kitsikoudis, V., van Denderen, R.P., Huthoff, F. (eds) - 2021 - Publications
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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

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

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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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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Nieuwsbrief rivierkundig onderzoek - januari 2021

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

Rivers in an uncertain future

Warmink, J.J., Bomers, A., Kitsikoudis, V., van Denderen, R.P., Huthoff, F. (eds) - 03/02/2021
NCR Days 2021 Book of Abstracts

Late Holocene flood magnitudes in the Lower Rhine river valley and upper delta resolved by a two‐dimensional hydraulic modelling approach

Bas van der Meulen, Anouk Bomers, Kim M. Cohen, Hans Middelkoop - 11/01/2021 - Floods of the Past, Design for the Future
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms

Rivierbodemdynamiek meenemen in het ontwerp van maatregelen

A.J. Paalberg, Robert Pepijn van Denderen, Ralph Mathias Johannes Schielen, Dionysius C.M. Augustijn - 01/10/2020 - RiverCare
In the Dutch Waal river, the bed topography of the navigational channel is measured bi-weekly. In a so-called TKI-project (cooperation between Rijkswaterstaat, HKV and Twente University) we use this data to link morphological changes to specific interventions in the river. This is not a straightforward as it may seem, because the morphological changes are the sum of small scale changes due to e.g. the presence of groynes, medium scale changes coming from the intervention and large scale changes coming from engineering measures in the (far) past to which the profile is still adjusting. A so-called wavelet analysis can be used to disentangle these different scales and enables us to focus only on the morphological changes due to the intervention. This improves river operations and maintenance and in the future also to facilitate the planning of new measures to minimize morphological impact.

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A Bayesian hindcasting method of levee failures: The Breitenhagen case

Kool, J.J., Kanning, W., Jommi, C., Jonkman S.N. - 03/09/2020 - All-Risk
Hindcasting of prior and posterior probabilities of failure using limited observations and photos of the geometry of the slope, with the goal of finding the most likely cause of failure.

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A Bayesian hindcasting method of levee failures: The Breitenhagen case

Kool, J.J., Kanning, W., Jommi, C., Jonkman S.N. - 03/09/2020 - All-Risk
Het terugrekenen van dijkfalen om zo de meest waarschijnlijke oorzaak te achterhalen op basis van beperkt informatie.

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