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Titel Experiment-supported modelling of salt marsh establishment: applying the Windows of opportunity concept to the Marconi pioneer salt marsh design
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D.W. Poppema
Auteur(s) Doppema, D.W.
Uitgever Twente : Universiteit Twente
Jaar van uitgave 2017
Pagina's 58 p
Annotatie(s) MSc thesis Universiteit Twente
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Publicatie type Studentenverslag
Taal Engels
Toelichting De auteur heeft kwelders onderzocht: buitendijkse landaanwas die niet meer onderloopt bij gemiddeld hoog water. Op welke manier kunnen kwelders helpen de waterveiligheid te vergroten, dus hoe vergroten we die veiligheid via ‘building with nature’.
Toelichting (Engels) Worldwide, many projects are trying to create and restore salt marshes because of their ecological functions and their benefits for flood protection and erosion control. One of these projects is the Marconi pilot project that is planned in Delfzijl, The Netherlands. Its aim is to create a pioneer salt marsh and to obtain generally applicable knowledge about salt marsh creation by experimenting with different measures and designs. This thesis, done as part of the Marconi project, has the objective to determine under which conditions pioneer salt marsh vegetation can establish and how this knowledge can be applied in the design of the Marconi pioneer salt marsh.
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Nederlands Instituut voor Onderzoek der Zee (NIOZ)
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