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Record number 2082463
Title Natural solutions to cope with accelerated sea level rise in the Wadden Sea region : towards an integrated long term adaptation strategy framework
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Gerrit Baarse
Author(s) Baarse, G.
Publisher Utrecht : Programmabureau Kennis voor Klimaat
Publication year 2014
Description 1 online resource (PDF, 76 pages) illustrations
Series title Knowledge for Climate report (no. KfC 132/2014)
Notes Knowledge for Climate research programme Hotspot Wadden Sea. - This project was carried out in close collaboration with Wadden Academy, Delta Programme Wadden Region and Towards a Rich Wadden Sea Programme
ISBN 9789492100023
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Keyword(s) (cab) wetlands / climatic change / marine sediments / safety / water level / coastal areas / wadden sea
Categories Climatic Change
Publication type Monograph
Language English
About The Wadden Sea (WS) is considered an area of extreme ecological importance. Moreover, the WS system performs a key role in the flood protection of its bordering countries by providing a ‘shield’ of islands, tidal flats and shallow waters that reduces hydraulic forces on the coastal protection systems. Depending on future climate change development, in particular accelerated level rise, it is basically uncertain whether the unique characteristics of the WS can be preserved within a long term time perspective.
KfC/CcSP  
program Knowledge for Climate (KfC)
theme HS Hotspots
project (HSWZ3.2) Verkenning Adaptatiestrategie
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