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Influence of Wind on Subtidal Salt Intrusion and Stratification in Well-Mixed and Partially Stratified Estuaries

Hendrik Jongbloed, Henk M. Schuttelaars, Yoeri M. Dijkstra, Paul B. Donkers, Antonius J. F. Hoitink - - SALTISolutions

Subsite estuary salt intrusion stratified estuaries

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.

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A sediment budget for the Rhine-Meuse estuary: importance of dredging and the North Sea sediment flux

- Rivers2Morrow
In this research, a sediment budget is created for the Rhine-Meuse Estuary (RME) located in the West of the Netherlands for the period 2000- 2018. This budget is also juxtaposed with previous budgets for the area to see how the current sediment budget compares

Subsite Abstract

Poster (Engels) "Mid-century Channel Response to Climate Change in the Lower Rhine River"

- Rivers2Morrow


Accuracy of Numerical Morphological Models based on Simplified Hydrodynamics

- Rivers2Morrow

Subsite Samenvatting

Poster "River Dune Dynamics during High and Low Flows"

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Poster (Engels) "Channel Bed Erosion Characteristics at the Upper Dutch Rhine Bifurcation Region"

- Rivers2Morrow


Global Sensitivity Analysis of Groundwater Related Dike Stability under Extreme Loading Conditions

van Woerkom, T.; van Beek, R.; Middelkoop, H.; Bierkens, M.F.P. - - All-Risk
To improve the understanding of groundwater related dike-stability, we performed a global sensitivity analysis on a comprehensive hydro-stability model. Dike stability is mostly dependent on the dike slope, followed by the type of subsurface material. Interaction between the dike and subsurface material is important too, as it influences both groundwater conditions and dike stability directly.

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Poster "Residual Sediment Transport in a Stratified Estuary"

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Subsite Poster

Poster (Engels) "Introduction Trends in Suspended Sediment Fluxes across the Rhine River Basin (1958-2016)"

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