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Verschuur, J. (author)
River floods are considered one of the most important natural disasters and causes huge damages every year, both in economic consequences and fatalities. Out of historical perspectives, human settlements are located in fertile and economic attractive delta regions. Deltas tend to be constantly changing nodes of economic and urban growth leading...
bachelor thesis 2016
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Muselaers, R. (author)
For a large stretch the border of Romania and Bulgaria runs over the Danube. At only two points this river is crossed by transportation infrastructure. One of the two points is the crossing between Ruse (Bulgaria) and Giurgiu (Romania). In these surroundings several places were visited along the Danube. Most of these observations turned out to...
master thesis 2015
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Chen, F. (author)
My research design starts from relationship between water landscape and human livability. By doing analysis of Bratislava, I found that the city is facing the serious flood problem, especially the biggest residential area on the right bank of Bratislava. Besides this, the right bank city is a post-socialist city with low quality of living...
master thesis 2014
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Hernandez Williamson, A. (author)
master thesis 2014
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Margaritis, N. (author)
Romania and Bulgaria are facing serious financial problems and their GDP is among the lowest in the European continent. This is due to the transition from the rule of a communist regime into a western-type economy. The problem is more evident at the states' agricultural sector: very low yields and quotas1, a population of old farmers and stray...
master thesis 2013
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Grubic, T. (author)
The following graduation report represents the project ‘Belgrade Meeting its Riverfront’ developed as part of graduation project of the master-track in Urbanism of the MSc in Architecture, Urbanism and Building Sciences programme of Delft University of Technology. This graduation project was developed within the last year of the programme (2012)...
master thesis 2012
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