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Een kwantitatieve analyse van erosieremmende maatregelen volgens de Erosieverordening 2003 met behulp van LISEM 2.154 [Boek]
Jantowski, B. \ 2004
Vanuit de Provincie Limburg en het Waterschap Roer en Overmaas is de vraag gekomen om onderzoek te doen naar de kwantitatieve effecten van landgebruik en landbewerking op bodemerosie. Naar aanleiding van de Erosieverordening 2003 en de bijbehorende b ...
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The development and hydraulic roughness of subaqueous dunes [Proefschrift]
Wilbers, A. \ 2004
Het is mogelijk de grootte en stromingsweerstand van duinen in de Rijn in Nederland te voorspellen. Hierdoor kunnen de waterstanden tijdens extreme hoogwaters beter worden voorspeld
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Stromingen in grondwaterkwaliteitskaarten \ Stromingen : vakblad voor hydrologen [Artikel]
Vissers, M.J.M. \ Schipper, P.N.M. \ Gaans, P.F.M. van \ 2004
Het grondwater is niet alleen op veel plaatsen lokaal verontreinigd door puntbronnen, in toenemende mate blijkt diffuse verontreiniging het knelpunt te zijn bij de bescherming van grondwaterwinningen en kwelgebieden. Inzicht in grondwaterkwaliteit ka ...
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Real time forecasting of water table depth and soil moisture profiles \ Book of abstracts CAHMDA-II international workshop on the terrestrial water cycle: modeling and data assimilation across catchment scales : workshop held 25-27 October 2004 at Princeton University, New Jersey, USA [Hoofdstuk uit boek]
Visser, A. \ Stuurman, R.J. \ Bierkens, M.F.P. \ 2004
A method is presented for online forecasting of water table depth and soil moisture profiles. The method combines a simple form of data assimilation with a moving window calibration of a deterministic model describing flow in the unsaturated zone as ...
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Perspectives on flood management in the Rhine and Meuse rivers [Special issue: Towards sustainable flood risk management in the Rhine and Meuse river basins] \ River research and applications [Artikel]
Middelkoop, H. \ Asselt, M.B.A. van \ Klooster, S.A. van 't \ 2004
Flood management of the Rhine and Meuse is surrounded by major uncertainties. The central question is then: given the uncertainties, what is the best management strategy? Moreover, flood management cannot be considered independently from other river ...
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Modelling sediment dispersion over floodplains using a particle tracking method \ NCR-days 2003 : dealing with floods within constraints, november 6-8 [Hoofdstuk uit boek]
Thonon, I. \ Jong, K. de \ Perk, M. van der \ Middelkoop, H. \ 2004
To monitor the dispersion of polluted sediments over the Dutch floodplains, we have developed a sediment-dispersion model in which we use a particle tracking method - the so-called 'method of characteristics' - to overcome numerical dispersion
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Mapping groundwater dynamics using multiple sources of exhaustive high resolution data \ Geoderma : an international journal of soil science [Artikel]
Finke, P.A. \ Brus, D.J. \ Bierkens, M.F.P. \ Hoogland, T. \ Knotters, M. \ Vries, F. de \ 2004
Existing groundwater table (GWT) class maps, available at full coverage for the Netherlands at 1:50,000 scale, no longer satisfy user demands. Groundwater levels have changed due to strong human impact, so the maps are partially outdated. Furthermore ...
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Hydrological challenges in the Rhine- and Meuse basins \ NCR-days 2003 : dealing with floods within constraints, november 6-8 [Hoofdstuk uit boek]
Bogaard, T.A. \ Luxenburg, W.M.J. \ Wit, M.J.M. de \ 2004
For Dutch water management, knowledge of the hydrological processes in the Rhine and Meuse basins upstream of the Netherlands is essential. NCR has stimulated two initiatives: 1) stimulation of hydrological research (hydrological triangle: the combin ...
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