Since the 1970’s the perspective on ideal coastal management has changed in the Netherlands. A shift occurred to more eco-system based management with a focus on the implementation of the so called soft measures. Tidal mudflat and salt marshes are known for their functioning towards enhanced flood protection. In this study research has been conducted on the role of the foreshore in the Scheldt estuary. The foreshore includes mudflats and salt marshes between dike and waterfront. Stability of these systems has mostly been studied for shallow subsurface processes and to a lesser extent for deep subsurface stability. In this master thesis the stability of foreshores in de Eastern Scheldt has been studied coupling both shallow and deep subsurface stability.
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