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Poster “Saved or starved? The importance of sediment management in determining the future response of estuaries and deltas”

28/01/2023 by Jana Cox

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Poster “Introduction Trends in Suspended Sediment Fluxes across the Rhine River Basin (1958-2016)”

28/01/2023 by Tatjana Edler

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Poster “Channel Bed Erosion Characteristics at the Upper Dutch Rhine Bifurcation Region”

28/01/2023 by Mohammad Kifayath Chowdhury

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Poster “Mid-century Channel Response to Climate Change in the Lower Rhine River”

28/01/2023 by Claudia Ylla Arbos

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Poster “Residual Sediment Transport in a Stratified Estuary”

28/01/2023 by Iris Niesten

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Poster “River Dune Dynamics during High and Low Flows”

28/01/2023 by Lieke Lokin

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Sediment deficit and morphological change of the Rhine–Meuse river mouth attributed to multi-millennial anthropogenic impacts

In this research, we trace the development of one system, the Rhine–Meuse delta in the Netherlands (RMD) from two natural estuaries (the RME fed by the Rhine river and the HVL fed by the Meuse river) to a densely urbanized delta and the effect human activities have had on its morphology through time.

15/07/2022 by Jana Cox

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The Effects of Sea-Level Rise on Estuary Morphology in Dredged and Undredged Systems

We study the effect of SLR on natural versus dredged channels using scale experiments of river mouths to determine how SLR will affect dredging practice and the effects it will have on the channels (will they erode?) and surrounding areas (will they drown?).

06/06/2022 by Jana Cox

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A global synthesis of the effectiveness of sedimentation-enhancing strategies for river deltas and estuaries

This synthesis enables intercomparison between SES and helps to further evaluate advantages and drawbacks of each SES. It can also help to guide the design of future strategies in other deltas. Our comparison includes their cost, their (projected) elevation gain, spatial footprints, lifetime, land-use, and required governance arrangements.

01/07/2022 by Jana Cox

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Effects of Sea-Level Rise on Dredging and Dredged Estuary Morphology

Using scale experiments, empirical relations and real world examples from global estuaries and deltas, we identify that dredging and SLR combined enhance bend migration whereas SLR alone leads to decentralizing of channels and drowning of intertidal area.

05/10/2022 by Jana Cox

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