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Secondary channnels as a basis for the ecological rehabilitation of Dutch rivers \ River restoration : the physical dimension : a series of papers presented at the international conference 'River restoration '96' organized by the European Centre for River Restoration, Silkeborg, Denmark [Hoofdstuk uit boek]
Schropp, M.H.I. \ Bakker, C. \ 1998
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Selling sheet pilings on the Dutch hydraulic engineering market [Boek]
Klink, M. \ 2011
Dold, a medium-sized sawmill in south-western Germany, wishes to explore new business opportunities. One possibility is to enter the Dutch hydraulic engineering market and sell softwood sheet pilings used to fortify rivers and canals. Dold likes to c ...
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Ecological recovery of the river Meuse in the Netherlands \ Water science and technology : a journal of the International Association on Water Pollution Research [Artikel]
Silva, W. \ Kerkhofs, M.J.J. \ 1994
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Strategies for management of contaminated sediments within the Meuse river - system \ Water science and technology : a journal of the International Association on Water Pollution Research [Artikel]
Hakstege, A.L. \ Heynen, J.J.M. \ Eenhoorn, J.K. \ 1998
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The need for a European research programme for river science and technology (RIST) \ European water pollution control : official publication of the European Water Pollution Association [Artikel]
Moll, J.R. \ White, W.R. \ Havnoe, K. \ 1993
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Tackling the bank erosion problem : (re-)introduction of willows on riverbanks \ Water science and technology : a journal of the International Association on Water Pollution Research [Artikel]
Splunder, I. van \ Coops, H. \ Schoor, M.M. \ 1994
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Floodplan restoration : a challenge for river engineering \ Contributions to the European workshop ecological rehabilitation of floodplains, Arnhem, The Netherlands, 22 - 24 September 1992 [Hoofdstuk uit boek]
Havinga, H. \ 1992
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Constructed shallow zones along navigation canals: vegetation establishment and change in relation to environmental characteristics \ Aquatic conservation : marine and freshwater ecosystems [Artikel]
Boedeltje, G. \ Smolders, A.J.P. \ Roelofs, J.G.M. \ Groenendael, J.M. van \ 2001
The aim of this study was to examine the relationships between the aquatic plant vegetation that becomes established and the physical and chemical characteristics of water and sediment, in order to find the determinants of species composition and the ...
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Secondary channels : opportunities for and limitations of habitat restoration \ Water science and technology : a journal of the International Association on Water Pollution Research [Artikel]
Barneveld, H.J. \ Nieuwkamer, R.L.J. \ Klaassen, G.J. \ 1994
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Closure to “Theoretical analysis of wing dike impact on river flood stages" \ Journal of hydraulic engineering [Artikel]
Huthoff, F. \ Pinter, N. \ Remo, J.W.F. \ 2014
The question of whether wing dikes (bank-perpendicular river training structures or groynes) cause higher flood levels has been debated in the United States for many years. Some researchers point to empirical data that show large stage increases whic ...
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Floodplain forest recovery : softwood forest development in relation to hydrology, riverbank morphology and management [Proefschrift]
Splunder, I. van \ 1998
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Helophyte zonation : impact of water depth and wave exposure [Proefschrift]
Coops, H. \ 1996
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Floodplain restoration through water regime control embedded into a decision support context \ Scientific presentations AIO meeting '93 : AIO - network hydrology [Hoofdstuk uit boek]
Zsuffa, I. \ [1994]
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Contributions to the European workshop ecological rehabilitation of floodplains, Arnhem, The Netherlands, 22 - 24 September 1992 [Congresverslag]
Wagenaar - Hart, A. \ 1992
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