Record nummer 2099376
Titel Wetland Restoration: from polder to Tidal Marsh : hydrodynamica! and morphological changes in the Sieperdaschor (SW Netherlands) after breaching of the sea wall in 1990
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Ricardo F. Sánchez Leal, Kees Storm and Harmen Verbeek
Auteur(s) Sánchez Leal, R.F. ; Storm, K. ; Verbeek, H.
Uitgever Middelburg : National ln stitute for Coastal and Maraine Management/RIKZ
Jaar van uitgave 1998
Titel van reeks 83 p
Annotatie(s) Werkdocument RIKZ\\OS-98.809x. - Project ZEEGEIN *WS*4
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Trefwoorden (cab) wetlands / getijden / ontpoldering / hydrodynamica / morfologie / herstelbeheer
Rubrieken Wetlandbescherming / Natuurbeheer (algemeen)
Publicatie type Boek
Taal Engels
Toelichting (Engels) After a non repaired breach in the Selenapolder closing dike (SW Netherlands), a new tidal wetland has been reverted out from a farmer polder (Sieperdaschor). Since depoldering along the Westerschelde estuary is a topic of discussion, the development of this new bom wetland has been studied. This paper reflects some of the hydrodynamical and morphological developments that a depoldered area experiences within the first 6 years of tidal restoration. The focus of the study is on the relations between the tidal propagation and the creek morphology, land use and erosion/sedimentation areas, soil structure and chemistry.
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