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van Os, Annemarie (author), Lokin, Lieke (author), Mosselman, E. (author), Uijttewaal, W.S.J. (author), Labeur, R.J. (author), Osorio, Ana Luisa (author)
abstract 2020
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Mosselman, E. (author)
other 2020
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Mosselman, E. (author)
This editorial regards a Special Issue of Water on river training. It introduces five papers in a framework of history, fundamentals, case studies and future. Four papers result from decades of experience with innovation, planning, design and implementation of river training works on rivers in Colombia, the Rhine branches in the Netherlands and...
contribution to periodical 2020
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van Rooijen, Erik (author), Mosselman, E. (author), Sloff, C.J. (author), Uijttewaal, W.S.J. (author)
Remarkable 3D flow structures occur at river confluences with small density differences due to differences in sediment concentration or temperature. We explain these by comparing numerical simulations for an idealized confluence with aerial photographs of several river confluences where color differences express the pattern of density...
journal article 2020
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Crosato, A. (author), Mosselman, E. (author)
River training and river restoration often imply modifying the patterns and dimensions of bars, channels, and pools. Research since the 1980s has greatly advanced and matured our knowledge on the formation and behavior of river bars, thanks to field work, laboratory experiments, theoretical analyses, and numerical modelling by several research...
review 2020
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Nunes Alencar Osorio Castanon, A.L. (author), Mosselman, E. (author), Franca, M.J. (author), Creech, C. (author)
Longitudinal training walls are man-made river dividers. They were built in the Netherlands as a replacement of perpendicular groynes as a river training alternative to decrease flood risk and stop the ongoing bed degradation, while still allowing safe navigation. The efficiency of these structures relies on the long-term stability of the two...
conference paper 2020
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van Os, W.J. (author), Uijttewaal, W.S.J. (author), Labeur, R.J. (author), Nunes Alencar Osorio Castanon, A.L. (author), Mosselman, E. (author), Lokin, L.R. (author)
Groynes have been replaced by longitudinal training walls in an 11-km long pilot project to optimize training of the river Waal in the Netherlands. These train­ ing walls improve navigability, reduce flood levels, create a sheltered second channel with more favourable ecological conditions, and decrease the erosive action on the river bed that...
conference paper 2020
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Giri, Sanjay (author), Thompson, Angela (author), Mosselman, E. (author), Donchyts, Gennadii (author)
In this paper, we present flow and erosion problems in selected reaches of two large and dynamic river systems in South Asia, namely the Koshi River in Nepal (and India) and the Lower Brahmaputra (Jamuna) in Bangladesh. We attempted to analyse large- and meso-scale (short- and medium-term) morphological changes with a focus on the dynamics of...
conference paper 2019
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Oostdijk, Tom (author), Mosselman, E. (author)
Floating surface screens could offer an attractive method for sediment management in the numerous side channels of the Dutch Room-for-the-River programme. The screens would remove undesired sedimentation or mitigate bank erosion without the heavy machinery that might disrupt the local ecosystem.
poster 2019
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Cisneros, Julia (author), Best, Jim (author), van Dijk, Thaiënne A G P (author), Mosselman, E. (author)
In natural rivers, flow discharge may fluctuate across a range of time scales – from diurnal to seasonal - but is often most pronounced during hydrographs that may encompass long-duration floods. Under these varying flows, bedforms can be created and modified by the flow without achieving any ‘equilibrium’ state. A lag between changes in flow...
conference paper 2019
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Barrera Crespo, Pedro D. (author), Mosselman, E. (author), Giardino, Alessio (author), Becker, Anke (author), Ottevanger, Willem (author), Nabi, Mohamed (author), Arias Hidalgo, Mijail (author)
The equatorial Daule and Babahoyo rivers meet and combine into the tidal Guayas River, which flows into the largest estuary on the Pacific coast of South America. The city of Guayaquil, located along the Guayas, is the main port of Ecuador but, at the same time, the planet's fourth most vulnerable city to future flooding due to climate change....
journal article 2019
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Klijn, F. (author), Asselman, Nathalie (author), Mosselman, E. (author), Sperna Weiland, Frederiek (author)
Door klimaatverandering verandert het afvoerregime van onze grote rivieren. Hoogwaters worden hoger en frequenter, laagwaters lager en langduriger. Hoe we daarop reageren hangt af van hoe we klimaatverandering zien: als opgave, of als kans om onvolkomenheden aan te pakken. In dit artikel presenteren we aanzetten voor een meer geo-ecologisch...
journal article 2019
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Le, T.B. (author), Crosato, A. (author), Mosselman, E. (author), Uijttewaal, W.S.J. (author)
To maintain a navigable channel and improve high-flow conveyance, engineers have recently proposed constructing longitudinal training walls as an alternative to the traditional transverse groynes. However, previous work has shown that the system of parallel channels created by a longitudinal training wall might be unstable in rivers with...
journal article 2018
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Klijn, F. (author), Asselman, Nathalie (author), Mosselman, E. (author)
There is increasing attention for the robustness of systems, in view of more frequent and more extreme weather events. Calls to increase a system's robustness are usually motivated by the resulting reduced sensitivity to extreme events and uncertainties about their probability of occurrence. The concept has been elaborated for flood risk systems...
journal article 2018
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Rios, uan Daniel (author), Mosselman, E. (author)
The present work focuses on a preliminary analysis of the fluvial system of the rio Nechi in order to identify and analyze the external forcing factors, as a first step towards developing research and tools that allow systematic analysis of the process of alluvial gold extraction and its relation with fluvial dynamics, with an emphasis on...
conference paper 2018
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Mosselman, E. (author)
Marked differences occur between modelling in scientific hydraulic research, in hydraulic engineering and in public decision making. This study reviews ifferences in the required accuracy of model results and differences in the choice between physical and numerical modelling. Physical models are used for studying elementary processes and their...
other 2017
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Barrera Crespo, P. (author), Becker, A (author), Ottevanger, W. (author), Nabi, M. (author), Giardino, A (author), de Keizer, O (author), Arias Hidalgo, M.E. (author), Sanchez, D. (author), Mosselman, E. (author), Pazmiño Nelson, N. (author)
The Equatorian Daule and Babahoyo rivers combine into the tidal Guayas River with the largest estuary on the Pacific coast of South America. The city of Guayaquil, located along the Guayas, is the main port of Ecuador but at the same time the planet’s fourth most vulnerable city for future flooding due to climate change, after Guangzhou, Mumbai...
abstract 2017
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van Rooijen, E.J. (author), Mosselman, E. (author), Sloff, C.J. (author), Uijttewaal, W.S.J. (author)
Confluences are fascinating elements in river systems. The merging of tributary rivers produces complex hydrodynamics that can play an important role in sediment transport problems, ecological studies or the routing of a pollutant. If the two merging rivers originate from different regions they can have different characteristics. One such a...
abstract 2017
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Wetser, A. (author), Uijttewaal, W.S.J. (author), Mosselman, E. (author), Penning, E. (author), Duro, G. (author), Yuan, J. (author)
Over the past centuries natural river banks have been transformed into banks with artificial revetments or sheet piles to protect them from erosion. Important river features for flora and fauna have disappeared and the ecological quality of the river reduced dramatically. Recently, the importance of the ecological function of rivers has been...
abstract 2017
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Mosselman, E. (author), Aminul Haque, A.M. (author), Klaassen, G. (author), Sarker, Maminul Haque (author), Shahjahan Siraj, Md. (author), Islam, M. (author)
The main rivers of Bangladesh are boon and bane for the country. They supply water and fertile sediments allowing multiple crops per year, hundreds of waterways for navigation, rich fish stock and habitat diversity. But especially the dynamic, unpredictable Brahmaputra influenced rivers erode fertile floodplain land with long established...
abstract 2017
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