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Extended Einstein’s parameters to include vegetation in existing bedload predictors

José A.Bonilla-Porras Aronne Armanini, Alessandra Crosato - 2021 - Publications

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Managing changing rivers

Boersema, M., Schielen, R.M.J., van Eijsbergen, E., Rinsema, J.G. (Eds.) - 14/02/2020
NCR Days 2020 Book of Abstracts

Disentangling spatial scales of morphological development

A. Paarlberg, F. Huthoff, H. Barneveld, P. van Denderen, D. Augustijn, R. Koster, R.M.J. Schielen - 13/02/2020 - RiverCare
The river bed continuously changes on various spatial and temporal scales. Migrating river dunes are an example of local and relatively fast change. At the same time, engineering measures from the last decades cause the river bed to degrade to the present date. To be able to predict the development of the river bed, it is important to distinguish between and disentangle the various spatial and temporal scales.

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The initial morphological impact of the longitudinal dams

van Denderen, R. P., Kater, E., Jans, L. H., & Schielen, R. M. J. - 13/02/2020 - RiverCare
Human interventions can result in changes in the equilibrium profile of rivers. It is difficult to identify the bed level changes that result from river interventions due to the various causes of bed level changes. Using wavelet filtering, we are able to isolate the effect of river interventions based on the length scale over which they occur. The method presented here can aid in verifying model results. In addition, it can be used to estimate bed level changes that occur over various spatial scales.

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The sensitivity of a dike-marsh system to sea-level rise

Marijnissen, R., Kok, M., Kroeze, C., & van Loon-Steensma, J. - 10/01/2020 - All-Risk
Model-based exploration of the future need for dike heightening due to: (1) sea-level rise, (2) changes in sediment concentration, (3) a retreat, and (4) compaction of the salt marsh.

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The sensitivity of a dike-marsh system to sea-level rise

Marijnissen, R., Kok, M., Kroeze, C., & van Loon-Steensma, J. - 10/01/2020 - All-Risk
Een modelstudie naar de benodigde dijkversterking door: (1) zeespiegelstijging, (2) verandering in sedimenttoevoer aan de kust, (3) een verlies aan kwelder, en (4) consolidatie van de kweldergrond.

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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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Bayesian inference of piping model uncertainties based on field observations

Kanning,W and T. Schweckendiek - 11/12/2019 - All-Risk
Method to estimate model uncertainty based on failure and survival piping observations.

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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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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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