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    'Staff publications' is the digital repository of Wageningen University & Research

    'Staff publications' contains references to publications authored by Wageningen University staff from 1976 onward.

    Publications authored by the staff of the Research Institutes are available from 1995 onwards.

    Full text documents are added when available. The database is updated daily and currently holds about 240,000 items, of which 72,000 in open access.

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    Comparative assessment of the vulnerability and resilience of deltas, extended version with 14 deltas : work document
    Bucx, T. ; Driel, W.F. van; Boer, H. de; Graas, S. ; Langenberg, V. ; Marchand, M. ; Guchte, C. van de - \ 2014
    Delft-Wageningen : Delta Alliance (Delta Alliance report number 7) - 145
    hoogwaterbeheersing - kustgebieden - delta's - landgebruik - flood control - coastal areas - deltas - land use
    Worldwide, deltas host dense populations and are important centres of agricultural and industrial production, and economic activity. Many deltas are areas of great ecological importance as well, featuring wetlands of high and unique biodiversity. Deltas are vulnerable to changes by natural forces and human activities. Major drivers of change are population growth, economic development, climate change and subsidence.
    Comparative assessment of the vulnerability and resilience of deltas
    Bucx, T. ; Driel, W.F. van; Boer, H. de; Graas, S. ; Langenberg, V. ; Marchand, M. ; Guchte, C. van de - \ 2014
    Delft-Wageningen : Delta Alliance - 145 p.
    Comparative assessment of the vulnerability and resilience of deltas : extended version with 14 deltas : synthesis report
    Bucx, T. ; Driel, W.F. van; Boer, H. de; Graas, S. ; Langenberg, V. ; Marchand, M. ; Guchte, C. van de - \ 2014
    Delft-Wageningen : Delta Alliance - ISBN 9789492100030 - 60
    hoogwaterbeheersing - kustgebieden - delta's - landgebruik - klimaatverandering - afrika - azië - europa - amerika - flood control - coastal areas - deltas - land use - climatic change - africa - asia - europe - america
    Worldwide, deltas host dense populations and are important centres of agricultural and industrial production, and economic activity. Many deltas are areas of great ecological importance as well, featuring wetlands of high and unique biodiversity. Deltas are vulnerable to changes by natural forces and human activities. Major drivers of change are population growth, economic development, climate change and subsidence.
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