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Application of a line laser scanner for bed form tracking in a laboratory flume

A new measurement method for continuous detection of bed forms in movable bed laboratory experiments is presented and tested.

23/03/2018 by Timo de Ruijsscher et al.

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Life cycle greenhouse gas benefits or burdens of residual biomass from landscape management

Residual biomass from landscape management can contribute to both greenhouse gas benefits and burdens, depending on the application.

28/09/2023 by Swinda Pfau

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The role of place attachment in public perceptions of a re-landscaping intervention in the river Waal

Public perception research can tell you more about the importance of river landscapes as ‘space’ and ‘place’.

01/05/2018 by Laura Verbrugge et al.

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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.

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Rivierbodemdynamiek meenemen in het ontwerp van maatregelen

In the Dutch Waal river, the bed topography of the navigational channel is measured bi-weekly. In a so-called TKI-project (cooperation between Rijkswaterstaat, HKV and Twente University) we use this data to link morphological changes to specific interventions in the river. This is not a straightforward as it may seem, because the morphological changes are the sum of small scale changes due to e.g. the presence of groynes, medium scale changes coming from the intervention and large scale changes coming from engineering measures in the (far) past to which the profile is still adjusting. A so-called wavelet analysis can be used to disentangle these different scales and enables us to focus only on the morphological changes due to the intervention. This improves river operations and maintenance and in the future also to facilitate the planning of new measures to minimize morphological impact.

01/10/2020 by Pepijn van Denderen et al.

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Ill-posedness in modeling mixed sediment river morphodynamics

Our aim is to provide modelers of river morphodynamics with the mathematical tools to detect the occurrence of ill-posedness in their results.

13/02/2018 by Victor Chavarrias et al.

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Flood hazard reduction from automatically applied landscaping measures in RiverScape

Seven flood reduction measures along the Waal river were ranked according to the water level reduction and the displaced material for their implementation.

01/03/2018 by Menno Straatsma et al.

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Quantifying biomass production for assessing ecosystem services of riverine landscapes

An approach for quantifying the changes in the biomass growth over the Dutch Rhine tributaries due to the river interventions and floodplain vegetation management between the years 1997 and 2012.

01/05/2018 by Remon Koopman et al.

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Towards efficient uncertainty quantification with high-resolution morphodynamic models

An alternative approach to lower the computational cost of uncertainty analysis. Application to an idealized example for channel siltation in a harbour.

30/06/2019 by Koen Berends et al.

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Predicting effects of ship-induced changes in flow velocity on native and alien molluscs in the littoral zone of lowland rivers

Shipping increases local flow velocities thereby potentially decreasing species richness of freshwater mussels and snails which in turn affects ecosystem functioning and services.

12/11/2018 by Remon Koopman et al.

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