NCR is the leading cooperative alliance between all major Dutch institutes for river studies. We integrate knowledge, facilitate discussion and promote excellent science.


Featured Publication

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
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms



Research on river dynamics from geological to operational time scales

H.J.T. Weerts, I.L. Ritsema, A.G. van Os - 02/10/2005
NCR Days 2005 Book of Abstracts

Research for managing rivers: present and future issues

Bart Makaske, Ad G. van Os (eds.) - 01/10/2005
NCR Days 2004 Book of Abstracts

Dealing with Floods within Constraints

N. Douben, A.G. van Os (Eds.) - 01/07/2004
NCR Days 2003 Book of Abstracts

Current themes in Dutch river research

R.S.E.W. Leuven, A.G. van Os, P.H. Nienhuis - 01/10/2003
NCR Days 2002 Book of Abstracts

From sediment transport, morphology and ecology to river basin management

E. Stouthamer, A.G. van Os - 01/12/2001
NCR Days 2001 Book of Abstracts

Het begin van een nieuwe reeks

A.F. Wolters, C.J. Sloff, E.C.L. Marteijn (Eds.) - 01/12/2000
NCR Days 2000 Book of Abstracts

Advies om de juridische status van waterveiligheidsnormen onder de omgevingswet

W.J. van Doorn-Hoekveld, H.K. Gilissen, F.A.G. Groothuijse & H.F.M.W. van Rijswick - - All-Risk
Het huidige recht geeft niet altijd duidelijk antwoord op vragen die in de praktijk bestaan, maar dit staat de realisatie van een dergelijke innovatie meestal niet in de weg.

Subsite Report

Monitoring floodplain vegetation change at river-reach scale

van Iersel, W.K., Addink, E.A., Straatsma, M.W. & Middelkoop, H. - - RiverCare
A method to quickly detect where floodplain vegetation changes occur and to which vegetation class did they change.

Subsite Publication

Feedback mechanism in bifurcating river systems

Gensen, M.R.A.; Warmink, J.J.; Huthoff, F.; Hulscher, S.J.M.H. - - All-Risk
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.

Subsite Conference proceedings Publication open access journal

Life cycle greenhouse gas benefits or burdens of residual biomass from landscape management

- RiverCare
Residual biomass from landscape management can contribute to both greenhouse gas benefits and burdens, depending on the application.

Subsite Publication open access