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Efficient uncertainty quantification for impact analysis of human interventions in rivers
Oblique aggradation: a novel explanation for sinuosity of low‐energy streams in peat‐filled valley systems
We inform stream restoration in peat-filled valleys by looking at the relative position of the erodible material to explain the origin of the stream bends in the Drentsche Aa area.
07/12/2016 by Jasper Candel et al.View details View publication
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Change from a laterally stable to meandering river – a reconstruction of the historical discharge
We show how the Overijsselse Vecht river changed from a laterally stable to a meandering river ca. 500 years ago and further developed a methodology to reconstruct the historical discharge.
31/08/2018 by Jasper Candel et al.View details View publication
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Low-hanging fruits in large-scale fluvial landscaping measures
Morphological patterns at the intake of a side channel over an oblique sill
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
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On evaluating social learning outcomes of serious games to collaboratively address sustainability problems: A Literature Review
The role of place attachment in public perceptions of a re-landscaping intervention in the river Waal
Predicting effects of ship-induced changes in flow velocity on native and alien molluscs in the littoral zone of lowland rivers
Exploring place attachment and visions of nature, of water-based recreationists
Major river interventions can greatly affect stakeholders and their connection to the river landscape. We show how recreationists’ perceptions of nature and landscape influence their expectations about a pilot intervention in the Waal river.
16/01/2018 by Wessel Ganzevoort et al.View details View publication
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