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Explaining artificial side channel dynamics using data analysis and model calculations

We studied in detail the development of a side channel in the river Waal. A more frequently flowing side channel results in lower aggradation or sedimentation.

15/02/2018 by Pepijn van Denderen et al.

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Residual Biomass: A Silver Bullet to Ensure a Sustainable Bioeconomy?

Using residual biomass, such as grass and wood chips, as a resource instead of treating it as waste is not automatically more sustainable.

20/12/2018 by Swinda Pfau et al.

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Implementing participatory monitoring in river management

Evaluating the potential implications of river interventions for local residents, recreational fishermen, boaters and shipping professionals: the perfect starting point for a participatory monitoring project!

15/06/2017 by Laura Verbrugge 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.

23/06/2024 by Swinda Pfau

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Monitoring height and greenness of low floodplain vegetation with a time series of drone images

We identified at a plot scale the seasonal changes in the terrain, vegetation height, and greenness in a simple way.

30/04/2018 by Wimala van Iersel et al.

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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.

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A regularization strategy for modeling mixed-sediment river morphodynamics

Approach to improve the prediction capabilities under which the most common model does not provide a unique solution.

05/04/2019 by Victor Chavarrias et al.

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Analyzing collaborative governance through Social Network Analysis

We mapped the connections between organizations involved in flood protection and nature management in the Waal River and explored the consequences of abolishing the central actor in these networks.

01/09/2015 by Jan Fliervoet et al.

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Classification of river floodplain low vegetation using seasonal drone imagery

A practical solution for monitoring areas of a few kilometers and derive land cover classification with high accuracies.

19/07/2019 by Wimala van Iersel et al.

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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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