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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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Bayesian inference of piping model uncertainties based on field observations

Kanning,W and T. Schweckendiek - 11/12/2019 - All-Risk
Methode om piping modelonzekerheden te schatten gebaseerd op veldobservaties.

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Influence of monitoring on investment planning of flood defence systems

Klerk, W. J., Kanning, W., van Veen, N.-J., & Kok, M. - 11/12/2019 - All-Risk
Exploring the value of monitoring for the reinforcement of a dike segment.

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Influence of monitoring on investment planning of flood defence systems

Klerk, W. J., Kanning, W., van Veen, N.-J., & Kok, M. - 11/12/2019 - All-Risk
Verkenning van de waarde van monitoring in de context van een optimale versterkingsstrategie op dijktrajectniveau.

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Forensic analysis of levee failures: The Breitenhagen case

Kool, J.J, Kanning, W., Heyer, T., Jommi, C., Jonkman S.N. - 25/11/2019 - All-Risk
Generic steps to derive most likely failure scenarios from data prior, during and after a levee breach in Germany in 2013.

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Forensic analysis of levee failures: The Breitenhagen case

Kool, J.J, Kanning, W., Heyer, T., Jommi, C., Jonkman S.N. - 25/11/2019 - All-Risk
Generic steps to derive most likely failure scenarios from data prior, during and after a levee breach in Germany in 2013.

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The architecture of collaborative governance regimes in Dutch flood risk management: The Grebbedijk case

Emma Avoyan and Sander Meijerink - 06/11/2019 - All-Risk
Supported by an extensive document analysis, observations made during project meetings as well as a series of in depth interviews, we assessed the overall performance of the collaborative governance regime.

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The architecture of collaborative governance regimes in Dutch flood risk management: The Grebbedijk case

Emma Avoyan and Sander Meijerink - 06/11/2019 - All-Risk
Supported by an extensive document analysis, observations made during project meetings as well as a series of in depth interviews, we assessed the overall performance of the collaborative governance regime.

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A characterization of side channel development

Van Denderen, R.P., R. Schielen, M. Straatsma, M. Kleinhans, S. Hulscher - 01/11/2019 - RiverCare
Side channel generally aggrade. The rate at this occurs depends on the design of the side channel. We propose three categeories of side channels which can be used to estimate the time scale of side channel development

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Value of Information of monitoring in the management of flood defences

Klerk, W. J., Schweckendiek, T., den Heijer, F., & Kok, M. - 30/08/2019 - All-Risk
Analyse van de waarde van informatie uit waterspanningsmeters voor verschillende asset management strategieën bestaand uit combinaties van monitoring en dijkversterking. Gericht op de effecten op lange termijn.

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Value of Information of monitoring in the management of flood defences

Klerk, W. J., Schweckendiek, T., den Heijer, F., & Kok, M. - 30/08/2019 - All-Risk
Analysis of the Value of Information for different monitoring strategies combined with dike reinforcements to identify the conditions under which monitoring pore pressure is most beneficial for long-term asset management.

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