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Record nummer 1901917
Titel Winter flooding in Dutch stream valley floodplains: biogeochemical effects and vegetation consequences = Winteroverstromingen in Nederlandse beekdalen: biogeochemische effecten en consequenties voor de vegetatie
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Victor Beumer
Auteur(s) Beumer, V.
Uitgever [S.l. : [s.n.]
Jaar van uitgave 2009
Pagina's 143 p
Annotatie(s) Proefschrift Utrecht  toon alle annotatie(s)
Omslagtitel : Biogeochemical effects and vegetation consequences
ISBN 9789071382987
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Trefwoorden (cab) bodemchemie / overstromingen / biogeochemie / vegetatie / waterlopen / ecologie / grondwater / bodem-plant relaties / ecohydrologie / beekdalen
Rubrieken Plantenecologie
Publicatie type Proefschrift
Taal Engels
Toelichting Vier winteroverstromingssituaties zijn beschreven in dit proefschrift, gebaseerd op de aard van de overstroming en de diepte van het grondwaterpeil. De vier situaties kunnen worden gebruikt voor het beoordelen van de biogeochemie en de ontwikkeling van de vegetatie bij winteroverstromingen. De winteroverstromingen zijn beschouwd in het licht van drie typen aanvoer: water (beekwater, regenwater en/of grondwater), ionen (kationen, anionen en protonen), en organische stof in het sediment.
Toelichting (Engels) Climatic change has great impacts on stream catchments and their ecology. Expectations are that more extreme climate events will result in undesired flooding in stream catchments. In the Netherlands, former floodplains with a history of agricultural or semi natural land use are put into use again as flooding areas for the purpose of water retention. With these measures, Dutch water policy aims for more frequent, controlled flooding of stream valley floodplains to avoid unwanted flooding elsewhere. The controlled flooding usually takes place in winter in parts of valleys which had not been subject to flooding in the last decades. It may thus affect existing nature with its conservation values. This PhD-study focuses on the investigation of biogeochemical effects of surface water storage in groundwater dependent areas and its consequences for vegetation.
Betrokken instanties TNO Bouw en Ondergrond
Universiteit Utrecht, Vakgroep Fysische Geografie
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