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Zandbergen, Sean (author)
Research on the physical, ecological and environmental processes in the coastal zone often rely on the availability of accurate bathymetric information. The traditional method to acquire these data is by conducting depth soundings from a vessel, which is a very accurate way for measuring bottom elevations in all kinds of water, but has as a...
master thesis 2020
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van Dongen, Kirsten (author)
Trees are an important aspect of the world around us, and play a sufficient role in our daily lives. They contribute to human health and well-being in various ways. Tree inventory and monitoring are of great interest for biomass estimations and changes in the purifying effect on the air. It is a very time consuming and cost inefficient way to...
student report 2019
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Chatzopoulos Vouzoglanis, Konstantinos (author)
Eutrophication processes in coastal waters are becoming more prominent as a result of high nutrient discharges from intensive agriculture and increased urban waste. These processes can be devastating for local ecosystems and lead to dissolved oxygen depletion, which applies considerable stress on aquatic organisms. For ecosystems to preserve...
master thesis 2019
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van der Horst, Bibi (author)
Road damage detection is important for road safety and road maintenance planning. Road surface anomalies, like potholes, cracks and ravelling, affect driving conditions, such as driving comfort and safety, noise emission, load loss of trucks, increase of fuel consumption and traffic circulation. Locali- sation of these anomalies allows for...
master thesis 2019
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Sassen, Tom (author)
In 2017 the Netherlands had 7146km of railways [Ramaekers et al., 2009], which are owned and managed by ProRail and have to be frequently surveyed, for quality inspection. Surveying is done using a variety of surveying techniques, many of which require surveyors to walk on or near the tracks, which could cause injuries. An alternative surveying...
master thesis 2019
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Du, Shenglan (author)
Trees are of great significance throughout the world, both in urban scenes and in natural environments. Models of trees can be widely applied in various fields, for instance, landscape design, geo-simulation, environment modelling, and forestry inventories. Recently, laser scanning technology has been rapidly developed, making it possible to...
master thesis 2019
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Bormans, Robbert (author)
Robot Care Systems (RCS) is involved in the development of the WEpod, an autonomous shuttle which can transfer up to six people. Based on a predefined map of the environment, the shuttle is able to navigate through mixed traffic its perception sensors such as camera, radar and lidar sensors. This study is acquired in collaboration with RCS and...
master thesis 2018
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van Natijne, Adriaan (author)
Built mainly on soft soil, the Netherlands is at high risk for the effects of deformation. Interferometric Synthetic Aperture Radar (InSAR) is successfully used to monitor the deformation trends at millimetre level. Unfortunately the InSAR deformation trends suffer from poor geolocation estimates, limiting the ability to link deformation...
master thesis 2018
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Roebroeks, Joppe (author)
Geological surveying is a common practice performed by geologists nowadays. Determining layer orientation parameters and identifying folds are examples of features needed in order to create a geological map or model of the (sub) surface. Surveying is expensive and time consuming, therefore such survey is recently being investigated and...
master thesis 2018
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Pahal, Surya (author)
The following report brings to light how LiDAR data of an outcrop can be acquired and subsequently processed in order to extract the geometry of the outcrop and its pertaining parameters. It makes the use of a sandstone outcrop in the Trooz quarry, Belgium, near Liege. The outcrop was scanned using a terrestrial laser scanner, after which the...
bachelor thesis 2018
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van der Horst, Bibi (author)
Every year the second years of the bachelor Applied Earth Science have a geological fieldwork in Southern France. To supervise the students after a day in the field the idea is to collect a 3D model database of the outcrops in the field. This is done by photogrammetry and the open-source program MicMac.<br/>In this report an acquisition protocol...
student report 2018
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Sassen, Tom (author)
During World War II West Papua was the scene of war between the Axis and the Allies. In this case, it was the Japanese on one side Australian and US forces on the other. After the war a lot of equipment was left in the jungle and because of the low population density on the island some material can still be found to this day. Planes and vehicles...
student report 2018
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Antonissen, Coco (author)
The region of Coquimbo, Chile, is located adjacent to the dry Andes. Water is scarce, and with very little precipitation during spring and summer, water supply in these seasons depends mostly on melt water from snow in the Andes mountains. <br/>A project funded by the local government was conducted by CEAZA, a research institute based in the...
student report 2018
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Pinson, Stijn (author)
Glaciers play an important role in sea level predictions and are an important supplier of fresh water. Understanding the physics and dynamics of glaciers is important in local and global climate predictions and predictions of fresh water supplies. The Himalayas are the biggest storage of fresh water outside the polar regions with many different...
master thesis 2017
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Portengen, Leonoor (author)
Mangroves are forest ecosystems growing in (sub)tropical saline coastal environments. With their unique root structure they serve as important natural coastal protection and provide habitats with excellent conditions for cultivating fish, shrimp and crab species. Despite all benefits mangrove forests are disappearing at alarming rates around the...
master thesis 2017
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van Natijne, Adriaan (author)
To improve the interpretation of the low density InSAR data a combination is made with high density airborne and terrestrial laser scanner data. Allowing for improvement of the positioning of the scatterers and the understanding of their behaviour. This combination is implemented as a web application, suitable for researchers to create 3D...
student report 2017
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van der Lugt, P.W. (author)
Glacier fluctuations are regarded as one of the most significant indicators of climate change. The expansion and contraction of glaciers can be observed by outlining glacier boundaries or measuring snow lines with optical Earth observation satellites. New satellites, such as Sentinel-2A/B, provide high spatial resolution images and short revisit...
master thesis 2017
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Blokland, Auke (author)
From this study can be concluded that using drones equipped with cameras a 3D model van be created of an incident on the rail. From the recordings, a 3D model van be made using photogrammetry. In this model it is possible to measure post distances with an estimated error of less than 1 centimeter. The distances between the laser scanner point...
student report 2017
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van der Valk, Dirk (author)
In the Second World War Dutch New Guinea was a strategic battle front for both the Japanese and the Allied forces in the Pacific War. A lot of airstrips were constructed and bombed during this time, of which at least three (Mongosah, Otowari and Sagan) have never been visited after the war. This provided a great opportunity to find potential war...
master thesis 2017
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Chatzikyriakou, Charis (author)
The Netherlands is a country primarily developed on coastal zones. Coastal zones are very important, since they are a source of valuable living and non-living resources for its population, and they also act as a natural protection against floods. Notably, the natural dynamics driven by the sea and the man-made actions on the land change them...
master thesis 2017
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