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Maqsood, Bilal (author)
Over the period 1901-2012, the average global sea surface temperature has increased by 0.89 °C due to climate change and it is expected to increase consistent with global warming. As a consequence, marine ecosystems have become more susceptible to change in species and ocean chemistry. Due to the increase in sea surface temperature, the ocean pH...
bachelor thesis 2023
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van Woudenberg, Jaïr (author), Alexandru, Serban (author), Bonenkamp, Marloes (author), de Boer, Lotte (author), Ridderikhoff, Margot (author)
In the southeast of Spain heavy storms can occur in the late summer and early autumn, during which great amounts of rain pours down. During a storm that took place in September 2019, over 300 mil- limetres of rain fell in just five hours. Throughout the 2019 flooding event, the Rambla de la Carrasquilla has overflowed its banks and the adjacent...
student report 2022
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Simons, Ascha (author)
TheAmazon-Orinoco river plume is a buoyant freshwater lens of 1.2 × 10<sup>6</sup>km<sup>2</sup>, which has been traced over 2000 km from the Amazon river mouthinto the Caribbean Sea and along the Lesser Antilles. The river plume iswarmer than the surrounding open-ocean waters, with temperaturedifferences up to 1.5 ∘C caused...
master thesis 2020
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Korevaar, A. (author)
In this study an analysis of the efficacy of using satellite data, in the form of InSAR measurements, as an extension of the volcanic monitoring network on Saba and St. Eustatius is performed. For this research, data from three different satellites that operate at three different wavelengths are available: ALOS-2 (L-band SAR), Sentinel-1 (C-band...
master thesis 2020
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Scherrenberg, Meike (author)
The Greenland Ice Sheet is the world’s second largest ice sheet, storing an equivalent of 7.3 meters of sea level rise. Due to climate change, the Greenland ice sheet is currently losing mass at an accelerated rate. Ice sheet models are used to project long term melt of the ice sheet, which are often forced by output from climate models. Most of...
master thesis 2019
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