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Definition study of Smart Waterways [Monograph]
Erdbrink, C. \ cop. 2011
This report contains a definition study and an outline for the functional design of an advanced navigability monitoring and forecasting system, based on the echosounders that are normally mounted on the ships plying the river, a data acquisition and ...
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Climate change and inland waterway transport: impacts on the sector, the Port of Rotterdam and potential solutions [Monograph]
Krekt, A.H. \ Laan, T.J. van der \ Meer, R.A.E. van der \ Turpijn, B. \ Jonkeren, O.E. \ Toorn, A. van der \ Mosselman, E. \ Meijeren, J. van \ Groen, T. \ 2011
Deze studie spitst zich toe op de effecten van klimaatverandering op het binnenvaarttransport op de Rijn tussen de haven van Rotterdam en het Duitse achterland tot aan Koblenz. In de studie is voor klimaatverandering het W+ scenario van het KNMI en v ...
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River engineering measures to improve navigability [Monograph]
Giri, S. \ Mosselman, E. \ 2011
Navigability can be improved by technical measures in the main channel, such as dredging and the construction or modification of groynes, fixed bed layers, bottom vanes, bendway weirs and longitudinal dams. This report presents technical measures for ...
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Consequense for climate change for inland shipping : midterm results by consortium Water and Transprot [Poster]
Knowledge for Climate \ 2010
A strong selling point of the Port of Rotterdam is the good hinterland connections by the rivers Rhine and Meuse. Although much attention is given to the consequences of climate change with respect to sea level rise and adequate storm defence systems ...
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Economic analysis of adaptation measures to climate change for inland waterway transport [Monograph]
Jonkeren, O. \ Rietveld, P. \ Toorn, A. van der \ 2010
During the last decade discussions on climate change and transport were mainly focused on mitigation strategies. The central question was: in which ways can the greenhouse gas emissions of the transport sector be reduced? More recently another elemen ...
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Logistic solutions for dealing with the consequences of climate change for inland shipping [Monograph]
Vonk Noordegraaf, D.M. \ Meijeren, J.C. van \ 2010
Climate change can affect the transport of passengers and goods in various ways. This study specifically focuses on the impact of climate change on the competitive position of inland waterway transport for the transport of goods (Van Meijeren and Gro ...
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De effecten van klimaatverandering op de binnenvaart via de Rotterdamse regio [Fact sheet]
Krekt, A. \ Meer, R. van der \ [2010]
Door klimaatverandering zullen perioden van laagwater op de Rijn en extreme rivierafvoeren in de winter vaker voorkomen. Binnenvaartschepen kunnen dan minder vracht vervoeren en bij extreme droogte helemaal niet. Hogere waterstanden zullen zorgen voo ...
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River morphology [Monograph]
Mosselman, E. \ 2010
The bed topography of a river results from processes of erosion and sedimentation. Hydrological changes, such as those owing to climatic change, as well as engineering interventions, such as damming, river training, bend cutoffs and re-landscaping of ...
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Impact of climate change on the competitive position of inland waterway transport [Monograph]
Meijeren, J.C. van \ Groen, T. \ 2010
Goal of this study is to analyze the impact of climate change on inland waterways, identify the problems and their magnitude and to elaborate the most effective solutions for these problems. Given the climate change scenarios for a future situation u ...
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Cost estimation for a canalized river Rhine (Waal) [Monograph]
Toorn, A. van der \ 2010
A possible solution for keeping the River Rhine (including its main Dutch branch the Waal) navigable up to the main industrial area in Germany, during periods of (very) low discharges and so very little water depth, is the construction of a few weirs ...
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Generation of river flow scenarios [Monograph]
Kwadijk, J. \ 2009
An unobstructed inland navigation is essential for the Rotterdam Harbour. Decreasing discharges in the Rhine and Meuse branches may lead to longer periods with low water levels. This may hamper the navigation. In this memo, estimates are made for cha ...
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Knowledge for Climate : workshop report 7th of April 2010 [Monograph]
Programmabureau Kennis voor Klimaat \ 2009
This report contains the results of the discussion during the workshop Water and Transport (Knowledge for Climate) on April 7th 2010. This workshop was organized by the members of the consortium in close cooperation with LEF Future Centre of Rijkswat ...
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Impacts of low and high water levels on inland waterway transport : literature review for 'Kennis voor Klimaat' [Monograph]
Jonkeren, O. \ Rietveld, P. \ 2009
Climate change is likely to affect many sectors in the economy. This study addresses the impact of climate change on one specific type of transport in the total transport sector: inland waterway transport. The aim of this study is to make an inventor ...
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Impacts of low and high water levels on reliability and transport costs in inland waterway transport : an interview based report [Monograph]
Jonkeren, O. \ Rietveld, P. \ 2009
The aim of this study is to obtain insight into (1) the effect of low and high water levels on reliability and costs of inland waterway transport, and (2) the responsive behavior of inland waterway carriers and shippers. Consequently, we get an impre ...
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