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Users’ perspectives about the potential usefulness of online storylines to communicate river research to a multi-disciplinary audience

This was the first and exploratory step on our initiative of using storylines for science communication. Researchers and practitioners think that stories of science that include facts could be useful!

14/08/2018 by Juliette Cortes Arevalo 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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Efficient uncertainty quantification for impact analysis of human interventions in rivers

A novel method is presented to estimate model uncertainty with a reduced number of model evaluations.

14/06/2018 by Koen Berends et al.

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A stakeholder’s evaluation of collaborative processes for maintaining multi-functional floodplains: a Dutch case study

30/01/2017 by Jan Fliervoet et al.

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From implementation towards maintenance: sustaining collaborative initiatives for integrated floodplain management in the Netherlands

this article explores how stakeholders shape collaborative initiatives aimed at maintaining multifunctional floodplains.

06/07/2016 by Jan Fliervoet et al.

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Analyzing Collaborative Governance Through Social Network Analysis: A Case Study of River Management Along the Waal River in The Netherlands

We charted the current interorganizational relationships between organizations involved in flood protection and nature management and explored the consequences of abolishing the central actor in these networks.

01/09/2015 by Jan Fliervoet 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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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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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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Biodiversity recovery following delta-wide measures for flood risk reduction

We show the biodiversity recovery from 15 years flood risk adaptation that consider nature requirements building a spatial extension to calculate biodiversity scores.

08/11/2017 by Menno Straatsma et al.

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