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Lin, J. (author), van Prooijen, Bram (author), Guo, Leicheng (author), Zhu, C. (author), He, Qing (author), Wang, Zhengbing (author)
Channel deepening often triggers positive feedback between tidal deformation, sediment import and drag reduction, which leads to the regime shift in estuaries from low-turbid to hyper-turbid state. In this study, a transition in profiles of suspended sediment concentration (SSC) is hypothesised by including a positive feedback loop of...
journal article 2021
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Dijkstra, Y.M. (author), Schuttelaars, H.M. (author), Schramkowski, G.P. (author), Brouwer, R.L. (author)
Many estuaries are strongly modified by human interventions, including substantive channel deepening. In the Ems River Estuary (Germany and Netherlands), channel deepening between the 1960s and early 2000s coincided with an increase in the maximum near-bed suspended sediment concentration from moderate (∼1 kg/m <sup>3</sup> ) to high (&gt;10...
journal article 2019
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Van Maren, D.S. (author), Winterwerp, J.C. (author), Vroom, J. (author)
Deepening of estuarine tidal channels often leads to tidal amplification and increasing fine sediment import. Increasing fine sediment import, in turn, may lower the hydraulic drag (due to a smoother muddy bed and/or sediment-induced damping of turbulence), and therefore, further strengthen tidal amplification, setting in motion a process in...
journal article 2015
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Jeuken, M.C.J.L. (author), Tanczos, I.C. (author), Wang, Z.B. (author)
report 2003
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Wang, Z.B. (author), Duel, H. (author), Glas, P.C.G. (author)
report 1995
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