Found 40 Outputs - Page 1 of 4
Insight into the local bed-level dynamics to assist management of multi-funtional rivers
River discharge fluctuations cause bed-level variations at various scales, resulting from spatial gradients in the river’s geometry. Insight into these bed-level variations and their relation to discharge fluctuations can help to predict and prevent the formation of local bottlenecks. In this paper, we use bi-weekly bed-level measurements of the river Waal to estimate the bed-level variations related to the river discharge.
11/02/2021 by Pepijn van Denderen et al.View details View publication
Contains: Publication open access
The role of place attachment in public perceptions of a re-landscaping intervention in the river Waal
Absence of freshwater mussels in Europe in relation to climate-related environmental factors
Integrating sense of place in planning and management of multifunctional river landscapes
Explaining artificial side channel dynamics using data analysis and model calculations
Understanding actor perspectives regarding challenges for integrated river basin management
People use different world views when addressing problems, often resulting in different views on both the problem and its solution. For this paper, we explored management challenges and actor perspectives on these in Dutch integrated river basin management.
09/08/2018 by Robert-Jan den Haan et al.View details View publication
Morphodynamic assessment of side channel systems using a simple one-dimensional bifurcation model and a comparison with aerial images
To aid the future design and maintenance, a set of diagrams allow to estimate both the equilibrium state and the time that takes for the bed load of the main channel to aggrade or deposit in the side channel.
05/12/2017 by Pepijn van Denderen et al.View details View publication
Contains: Dataset upon request Storyline for practice
Residual biomass from Dutch riverine areas—From waste to ecosystem service
Page 1 of 4