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What would the Meuse look like today if the past centuries had not intervened?

Background information now includes information on the Meuse. What are the natural dynamics, what has our human activity done to the Meuse and what are expected developments? Check here if you want to know more and what prompted our studies on the Meuse.

22/01/2024 by Evelien van Eijsbergen

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Blog Jana Cox

Jana Cox has a personal website where she displays her publications and findings in a blog format.

05/10/2022 by Jana Cox

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Blog Jana Cox

05/10/2022 by Jana Cox

Jana Cox has a personal website where she displays her publications and findings in a blog format.

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Events

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PHD Thesis Defence Jana Cox

The first of the 8 researches within Rivers2Morrow has been completed! Jana Cox has done here research at Utrecht University, investigating the sediment balance in the Rhine-Meuse estuary and the role of sediment management in this. Jana will defend her PhD thesis on March 14th. More information can be found by visiting the external link below.

14/03/2023 by Jana Cox

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31/05/2024

Rivers2Morrow Student Event

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14/03/2023

PHD Thesis Defence Jana Cox

The first of the 8 researches within Rivers2Morrow has been completed! Jana Cox has done here research at Utrecht University, investigating the sediment balance in the Rhine-Meuse estuary and the role of sediment management in this. Jana will defend her PhD thesis on March 14th. More information can be found by visiting the external link below.

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13/04/2022

NCR Days 2022

Delft University of Technology is proud to host the NCR DAYS 2022 “Anthropogenic Rivers”. Once again, the NCR DAYS will provide a podium for young and established researchers and professionals to present their work on rivers. The LOC is preparing a program to ensure a safe and inclusive conference. The NCR DAYS 2022 is a hybrid conference.

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11/02/2021

NCR Days 2021

The annual meeting of the Netherlands Centre for River studies (NCR), the NCR-days, was organized by the University of Twente on 11 and 12 February 2021.

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13/02/2020

NCR Days 2020

The 2020 edition of the annual meeting of the Netherlands Centre for River Studies (the NCR Days) was organized by Rijkswaterstaat and took place on February 13 and 14, 2020 in Nijmegen at the Honig Complex.

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31/01/2019

NCR Days 2019

The 2019 edition of the annual meeting of the Netherlands Centre for River studies (NCR Days) was held on the Utrecht University campus on 31 January and 1 February 2019.

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Website Under Construction

Since the beginning of May, the website for the Rivers2Morrow has been filled with information regarding the program. On the 4th of july, the website launched as it's first version. Be aware that some things still may be under construction, and not everything may work as expected. For comments and remarks, please our website coordinator: Wybren de Jong. Contact information can be found in the footer below

24/06/2022 by Wybren de Jong

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What would the Meuse look like today if the past centuries had not intervened?

22/01/2024 by Evelien van Eijsbergen

Background information now includes information on the Meuse. What are the natural dynamics, what has our human activity done to the Meuse and what...

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"If sandscaping works we can implement it immediately."

08/08/2023 by Evelien van Eijsbergen

How do we stop the erosion of the river bed? And what measures can help? These are important tasks within the Integral River Management...

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"The Rhine is full of data that can be applied elsewhere."

08/08/2023 by Jana Cox

Jana Cox (Utrecht University) conducted research on the Lower Rhine-Meuse Delta within the Rivers2Morrow program. The research has now been completed and the follow-up...

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"We want to make the system naturally robust and climateproof."

08/08/2023 by dr. Ralph Schielen

Ralph Schielen (Rijkswaterstaat) initiated Rivers2Morrow within Rijkswaterstaat about five years ago. In the field of management and policy of the Dutch rivers there were...

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Newsletters

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Dutch: R2M Newsletter march 2020

01/03/2020 by dr. Ralph Schielen

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[NL] Newsletter August 2023

15/08/2023 by Evelien van Eijsbergen

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[NL] Newsletter January 2023

13/05/2023 by Evelien van Eijsbergen

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Newsletter July 2022: Introducing Rivers2Morrow

05/07/2022 by Evelien van Eijsbergen

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Dutch: R2M Newsletter march 2020

01/03/2020 by dr. Ralph Schielen

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Videos

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Rivers2Morrow Teaser Video

01/09/2023 by Evelien van Eijsbergen

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Rivers2Morrow Teaser Video

01/09/2023

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Timelapse Research Jana Cox

27/06/2022

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Explenatory Video Jana Cox: Sediment Budget of the present Rhine-Meuse Estuary

09/01/2020

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