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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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Residual biomass from Dutch riverine areas—From waste to ecosystem service

We provide information on biomass applications and type of contractual arrangements for using residual riverine biomass as ecosystem service.

18/01/2019 by Astrid Bout 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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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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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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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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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.

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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.

24/01/2019 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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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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Contains: Dataset upon request Publication open access Storyline for practice

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