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How much sand does a secondary channel yield?
10/03/2020 by Pepijn van Denderen
The construction of a secondary channel creates an additional habitat for life in the river. But such a secondary channel also causes the flow...
Learn from the subsurface to let rivers sway again
31/08/2018 by Jasper Candel
Insights from the historical evolution of the Overijsselse Vecht shows that river restoration and water management in the hinterland can not be seen separately...
The stream evolution is also interesting for managers and people living close to the stream
08/03/2017 by Jasper Candel
Fieldwork insights and novel theories that were found by drilling into the past are told for everyone who wants to know more about it.
Collaborative monitoring or longitudinal training dam effects in the Waal River
15/07/2018 by Prof. dr. S.J.M.H. Hulscher
RiverCare is part of 'WaalSamen', a collaborative group to measure and compare the effects of the longitudinal dams as an alternative to river groynes.
ITV Border Special Report: Living with the River
18/02/2016 by Prof. dr. ir. Ton Hoitink
British TV visited the longitudinal dams pilot in The Netherlands, to find out about how the Dutch better protect their communities from flood in...
Biodiversity in the Rhine Delta featured on national news and TV
09/11/2017 by Menno Straatsma
After decades of decline, the biodiversity increases again in the Rhine delta, the rivers and floodplains along the large tributaries in The Netherlands.
Dutch serie “Vroege Vogels” (Early birds) about nature and ecology in the Netherlands
07/11/2017 by Remon Koopman
During the 2017 summer and autumn a fish monitoring campaign was performed by RiverCare and experts from Bureau Waardenburg.
RiverCare was featured on the DeltaLink edition about rivers
01/10/2016 by dr. ir. Astrid Blom
The Room for the River programme aimed at increasing flood safety by creating space for water. However, when considering integrated management, there are other...
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