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Targets for ecological rehabilitation of the lower Rhine and Meuse based on a historic-geomorphologic reference \ Archiv fuer Hydrobiologie (Large Rivers, 15(1/4)) [Artikel]
Middelkoop, H. \ Schoor, M.M. \ Wolfert, H.P. \ 2005
Ecological restoration of the lower Rhine and Meuse floodplains aims at improvement of biodiversity and enhancement of natural hydro-morphodynamics, this within the constraints of safety and navigability. Restoration plans, the choice of landscaping ...
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Bio-morphodynamics of the Lower Volga river: a reference for river rehabilitation in The Netherlands \ Archiv fuer Hydrobiologie (Large Rivers, 15(1/4)) [Artikel]
Middelkoop, H. \ Schoor, M.M. \ Babich, D.B. \ 2005
Over the past years, the concept of ‘Cyclic Floodplain Rejuvenation’ (CFR) has been adopted as a guiding principle for ecological rehabilitation in combination with flood protection of the lower Rhine and Meuse rivers in The Netherlands. This concept ...
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The impact of primarily produced organic matter on the aggregation of suspended sediment \ Archiv für Hydrobiologie [Artikel]
Brinke, W.B.M. ten \ 1996
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