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The influence of floodplain morphology and river works on spatial patterns of overbank deposition \ Geologie en mijnbouw : orgaan voor officieele mededelingen van het Geologisch-Mijnbouwkundig Genootschap voor Nederland en Kolonien [Artikel]
Thonon, I. \ Middelkoop, H. \ Perk, M. van der \ 2007
Floodplain topography and related patterns of overbank flow constitute a major control on the amounts and patterns of sediment deposition on floodplains. We studied the differences in sediment deposition at two scales along two river branches of the ...
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Potential nitrate removal in a coastal freshwater sediment (Haringvliet Lake, The Netherlands) and response to salinization \ Water research : the journal of the International Association on Water Quality [Artikel]
Laverman, A.M. \ Canavan, R.W. \ Slomp, C.P. \ Cappellen, P.V. \ 2007
Nitrogen transformations and their response to salinization were studied in bottom sediment of a coastal freshwater lake (Haringvliet Lake, The Netherlands). The lake was formed as the result of a river impoundment along the south-western coast of th ...
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Opposite hysteresis of sand and gravel transport upstream and downstream of a bifurcation during a flood in the River Rhine, the Netherlands \ Geologie en mijnbouw : orgaan voor officieele mededelingen van het Geologisch-Mijnbouwkundig Genootschap voor Nederland en Kolonien [Artikel]
Kleinhans, M.G. \ Wilbers, A.W.E. \ Brinke, W.B.M. ten \ 2007
Prediction of the sediment transport rate and division thereof at bifurcations is of utmost importance for understanding the evolution of the bifurcates for short-term management purposes and for long-term fluvial plain development. However, measured ...
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Differential subsidence within a coastal prism: late-glacial-holocene tectonics in the Rhine-Meuse delta, the Netherlands [Proefschrift]
Cohen, K.M. \ 2003
The Rhine-Meuse river system has been studied extensively over the past few decades. The Netherlands' coastal prism formed in response to Holocene sea level rise and buried the Weichselian (OIS-2) Rhine-Meuse valley. Although the geological-geomorpho ...
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