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Record nummer 2168662
Titel Mud dynamics in the Ems Estuary : set-up of primary production model
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Willem Stolte, Anna de Kluijver and Johannes Smits
Auteur(s) Stolte, Willem ; Kluijver, Anna de ; Smits, Johannes
Uitgever [Delft] : Deltares
Jaar van uitgave 2015
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Annotatie(s) Project number: 1205711-000
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Trefwoorden (cab) waterkwaliteit / eems-dollard / troebelheid / estuaria / waddenzee / modder
Rubrieken Waterkwaliteit
Publicatie type Boek
Taal Engels
Toelichting (Engels) The Water Framework Directive (WFD) obliges the EU member states to achieve good status of all designated waterbodies (rivers, lakes, transitional and coastal waters) by 2015. In the management plan for the implementation of the WFD (and Natura 2000) in the Netherlands, the context, perspectives, targets and measures for each designated water body (also including the Ems-Dollard) have been laid out. To achieve a good status of the Ems-Dollard Estuary (as the WDF obliges), knowledge on the mud dynamics in this region has to be improved, and the reasons for the increase in turbidity have to be identified before 2015. Therefore Rijkswaterstaat has initiated the project "Onderzoek slibhuishouding Eems-Dollard" (Research mud dynamics Ems-Dollard). This project explores the reasons for the historic increase in turbidity, and which measures can be designed to improve the water quality in the area.
Betrokken instanties Deltares
Rijkswaterstaat RWS
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