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van den Bosch, B.A.P. (author)
Land reclamations in deltaric areas provide space to meet the demand for a safe place to live and work. Sand, a traditional filling material in some locations is becoming scarcer. An alternative filling material is mud. Mud consists of clay, silt, sand, organic material, water and gas. Therefore, it is a versatile material and difficult to...
master thesis 2016
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Hendriks, H.C.M. (author)
A demand to use mud as fill material for land reclamations has emerged over the past years. Such reclamations start with pumping a muddy suspension into an area enclosed by dikes. The particles in suspension then settle to form a mud layer, so that the supernatant can be removed. This filling process may be repeated several times to completely...
master thesis 2016
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Van Cuyck, T.A.P. (author)
De ecologische kwaliteit van het Markermeer is de laatste decennia sterk achteruit gegaan. De oorzaak hiervan is dat door de afsluiting van het Markermeer met de Houtribdijk een ondiep meer is ontstaan met een bodem van klei waarin een dynamische sliblaag aanwezig is. Al bij lage windsnelheden ontstaan golven die erosie van deze sliblaag...
master thesis 2013
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Bakker, M. (author)
Lake Markermeer is a large and shallow freshwater lake in the center of the Netherlands. The lake was originally part of the Zuiderzee, a sea inlet of the North Sea. The lake is an important ecosystem, especially for water birds. The main problem in Lake Markermeer is the decreasing ecological value. High turbidity levels are believed to be one...
master thesis 2012
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