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Centennial Channel Response to Climate Change in an Engineered River

12/04/2023 - Rivers2Morrow

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Towards 2048: the next 25 years of river studies

Verberk, Wilco C.E.P., Collas, Frank P.L., Geerling, Getjan W., Peterstorf, Marie-Charlott (eds.) - 12/04/2023
NCR Days Book of Abstracts 2023

Centennial Channel Response to Climate Change in an Engineered River

12/04/2023 - Rivers2Morrow

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Can linear stability analyses predict the development of riverbed waves with lengths much larger than the water depth?

Barneveld, H.J., E. Mosselman, V. Chavarrías & A.J.F. Hoitink - 13/03/2023
Water Resources Research

Saved or starved? The importance of sediment management in determining the future response of estuaries and deltas.

09/03/2023 - Rivers2Morrow
The thesis of Jana Cox, discussing the importance of sediment management in determining the future response of estuaries and deltas.

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Mechanisms of Salt Overspill at Estuarine Network Junctions Explained With an Idealized Model

Bouke Biemond, Huib E. de Swart, Henk A. Dijkstra, Manuel - 09/03/2023 - SALTISolutions

Subsite estuarine deltas idealized modeling salt intrusion

Can Linear Stability Analyses Predict the Development of Riverbed Waves With Lengths Much Larger Than the Water Depth?

03/03/2023 - Rivers2Morrow
In this paper we evaluate the use of analytical relations, based on linear stability analyses of the St. Venant-Exner equations, as rapid assessment tool for migration and damping of large riverbed waves. Supported by numerical simulations with a 1-D numerical model (markers in chart below) we prove that for Froude numbers ≤ 0.3 the results from linear stability analysis are valid for predicting the propagation of low riverbed waves. For larger Froude numbers riverbed waves are more diffusive and migrate slower in time than predicted from linear stability analysis.

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Shorter estuarine dunes and upstream migration due to intratidal variations in stratification

W.M. van der Sande, P.C. Roos, T. Gerkema, S.J.M.H. Hulscher - 01/02/2023 - SALTISolutions

Subsite estuarine dunes morphodynamic modeling Strain-Induced Periodic Stratification (SIPS)

Reconstruction of the 1374 Rhine river flood event around Cologne region using 1D-2D coupled hydraulic modelling approach

Hieu Ngo, Anouk Bomers, Denie C.M. Augustijn, Roshanka Ranasinghe, Tatiana Filatov, Bas van der Meulen, Jürgen Herget, Suzanne J.M.H. Hulscher - 06/01/2023 - Floods of the Past, Design for the Future
Journal of Hydrology, Volume 617, Part C, February 2023, 129039

Estuarine Salinity Response to Freshwater Pulses

Bouke Biemond, Huib E. de Swart,Henk A. Dijkstra, Manuel Díez-Minguito - 03/11/2022 - SALTISolutions

Subsite estuarine dynamics idealized modeling salt intrusion