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Record number 436153
Title Measuring and modeling coastal dune development in the Netherlands
Author(s) Groot, A.V. de; Vries, S. de; Keijsers, J.G.S.; Riksen, M.J.P.M.; Ye, Q.; Poortinga, A.; Arens, S.M.; Bochev-Van der Burgh, L.M.; Wijnberg, K.; Schretlen, J.L.; Thiel de Vries, J.S.M. van
Event NCK-days 2012, Enschede, the Netherlands, 2012-03-13/2012-03-16
DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.3990/2.178
Department(s) Nature Conservation and Plant Ecology
Land Degradation and Development
PE&RC
Publication type Contribution in proceedings
Publication year 2012
Keyword(s) duingebieden - eolische processen - kustbeheer - versterking - geomorfologie - modellen - nederland - duneland - aeolian processes - coastal management - reinforcement - geomorphology - models - netherlands
Categories Geology (General)
Abstract In the past couple of years, new coastal-dune research has sprung up in the Netherlands. In this paper, we give an overview of ongoing projects at Wageningen UR, Deltares, TU Delft and UTwente: how these are connected and what type of questions are addressed. There is an increasing demand for the understanding and prediction of coastal dune dynamics, both on the short (year) and long (100 years) term. We approach this from a variety of angles: scientific and applied, short-term and long-term, data-driven and model-based, biotic and abiotic, process-based and rule-based, and focused on components and integrated. We give examples of results and end with a discussion of the benefits of this integrated approach.
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