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Balancing supply and demand of fresh water under increasing drought and salinisation in the Netherlands [Boek]
Jeuken, A. \ Beek, E. van \ Duinen, R. van \ Veen, A. van der \ Bocalon, A. \ Delsman, J. \ Pauw, P. \ Oude Essink, G. \ Zee, S. van der \ Stofberg, S. \ Zuurbier, K. \ Stuyfzand, P. \ Appelman, W. \ Creusen, R. \ Paalman, M. \ Katschnig, D. \ Rozema, J. \ Mens, M. \ Kwakkel, J. \ Thissen, W. \ Veraart, J. \ Tolk, L. \ Vries, A. de \ 2012
The latest climate impact assessments show that climate change will cause an increasing mismatch between demand and supply of fresh water in many densely populated deltas around the world. Recent studies for the Netherlands show that the current wate ...
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Mogelijke gevolgen van versnelde zeespiegelstijging voor het Deltaprogramma : een verkenning [Boek]
Haasnoot, M. \ Bouwer, L. \ Diermanse, F. \ Kwadijk, J. \ Spek, A. van der \ Oude Essink, G. \ Delsman, J. \ Weiler, O. \ Mens, M. \ Maat, J. ter \ Huismans, Y. \ Sloff, K. \ Mosselman, E. \ 2018
De zeespiegel kan mogelijk (veel) sneller gaan stijgen dan tot nog toe is aangenomen in het Deltaprogramma. Deze extra versnelling heeft te maken met recente inzichten over het mogelijk versneld afbreken en smelten van het landijs op Antarctica. Op v ...
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Adaptation to uncertain sea-level rise; how uncertainty in Antarctic mass-loss impacts the coastal adaptation strategy of the Netherlands \ Environmental research letters [Artikel]
Haasnoot, M. \ Kwadijk, J. \ Van Alphen, J. \ Le Bars, D. \ Hurk, B. van den \ Diermanse, F. \ Spek, A. van der \ Oude Essink, G. \ Delsman, J. \ Mens, M. \ 2019
Uncertainties in the rate and magnitude of sea-level rise (SLR) complicate decision making on coastal adaptation. Large uncertainty arises from potential ice mass-loss from Antarctica that could rapidly increase SLR in the second half of this century ...
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