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Kartering van de grondwaterdynamiek met behulp van geo-informatie van hoge resolutie \ Stromingen : vakblad voor hydrologen [Artikel]
Finke, P.A. \ Brus, D.J. \ Bierkens, M.F.P. \ Hoogland, T. \ Knotters, M. \ Vries, F. de \ 2005
Gedurende de laatste jaren is voor een groot deel van Nederland de grondwatertrappenkaart 1:50.000 geactualiseerd. Bij die actualisatie speelde digitaal beschikbare geo-informatie van hoge resolutie een belangrijke rol. Dit artikel geeft achtergronde ...
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Modellering van de dynamiek van zwevend stof in de Maas \ H twee O : tijdschrift voor watervoorziening en afvalwaterbehandeling [Artikel]
Zwolsman, G. \ Wijma, E. \ Doomen, A. \ 2005
De kwaliteit van het zwevend stof (slib) in de Maas is relatief slecht. Kennis over het gedrag van zwevend stof is van belang voor waterleidingbedrijven en voor natuurontwikkelingsprojecten langs de rivier. Het is bekend dat de concentratie zwevend s ...
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Development of perspective-based water management strategies for the Rhine and Meuse basins \ Water science and technology : a journal of the International Association on Water Pollution Research [Artikel]
Deursen, W.P.A. van \ Middelkoop, H. \ 2005
Water management is surrounded by uncertainties. Water management thus has to answer the question: given the uncertainties, what is the best management strategy? This paper describes the application of the perspectives method on water management in t ...
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In situ measurements of sediment settling characteristics in floodplains using a LISST-ST \ Earth surface processes and landforms : the journal of the British Geomorphological Research Group [Artikel]
Thonon, I. \ Roberti, J.R. \ Middelkoop, H. \ 2005
Due to a lack of data on settling velocities (ws) and grain size distributions (GSDs) in floodplain environments, sedimentation models often use calibrated rather than measured parameters. Since the characteristics of suspended matter differ from tho ...
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Rehabilitating large regulated rivers : lowland river rehabilitation conference, September 29 - October 3, 2003, Wageningen, The Netherlands [Congresverslag]
Buijse, A.D. \ Wolfert, H.P. \ 2005
Regulating rivers has reduced the natural dynamic processes, altered the landscape and its biodiversity. Along large rivers that serve manifold functions, rehabilitation attempts have recovered stretches or certain features, but complete restoration ...
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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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Variation in seed buoyancy of species in wetland ecosystems with different flooding dynamics \ Journal of vegetation science : official organ of the International Association for Vegetation Science [Artikel]
Broek, T. van den \ Diggelen, R. van \ Bobbink, R. \ 2005
Question: Do species from communities with different flooding dynamics differ in seed buoyancy? Is there a trade-off between seed buoyancy and seed longevity? Methods: Seeds of 55 freshwater wetland species were collected and related to communities a ...
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Patterns of groundwater quality : in sandy aquifers under environmental pressure [Proefschrift]
Vissers, M.J.M. \ 2005
This thesis addresses the problem identified by developing smart strategies for optimal use of obtainable information on groundwater hydrology and geochemistry. It aims at the following questions: 1. What is the spatio-temporal distribution of ground ...
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