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Luan, Hualong (author), Ding, P (author), Wang, Zhengbing (author), Yang, S.L. (author), Lu, Jin You (author)
Morphodynamics of world's river deltas are increasingly affected by human activities, which are of great ecological, economic and social implications. However, impacts of human interventions in deltaic regions are insufficiently<br/>understood, especially superimposed upon diminishing sediment supplies. This study uses the heavily interfered...
journal article 2018
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Ge, Jianzhong (author), Zhou, Zaiyang (author), Yang, Wanlun (author), Ding, P (author), Cheng, Changsheng (author), Wang, Zhengbing (author), Gu, Jianhua (author)
The concentrated benthic suspension (CBS) of mud, as a major contributor of sediment transport in the turbidity maximum of the estuary, is of great challenge to be correctly monitored through field measurements, and its formation mechanism is not well understood. A tripod system equipped with multiple instruments was deployed to measure the near...
journal article 2018
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Wang, Z.B. (author), De Vriend, H.J. (author), Ding, P. (author)
conference paper 2013
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De Vriend, H.J. (author), Wang, Z.B. (author), Ysebaert, T. (author), Herman, P.M.J. (author), Ding, P. (author)
This paper compares the Yangtze Estuary in China and the Western Scheldt Estuary in The Netherlands by their morphodynamic and ecological systems, their engineering works and estuarine management issues, and the major challenges in studying them. Physically speaking, the two estuaries are very different. The Yangtze Estuary is much larger and...
journal article 2011
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