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van IJzendoorn, Christa (author), Hallin, E.C. (author), Reniers, A.J.H.M. (author), de Vries, S. (author)
Grain size affects the rates of aeolian sediment transport on beaches. Sediment in coastal environments typically consists of multiple grain-size fractions and exhibits spatiotemporal variations. Still, conceptual and numerical aeolian transport models are simplified and often only include a single fraction that is constant over the model...
journal article 2023
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Boomaars, Kay (author)
Sea level rise causes more difficulties for coastal maintenance. Although hard structures were built in the past to prevent for flooding, nature based solutions are preferred more recently. For the application of nature based solutions, a better understanding of the coastal processes is desired. Dry sand is transported towards the dunes by...
master thesis 2022
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van IJzendoorn, Christa (author), Hallin, E.C. (author), Cohn, Nicholas (author), Reniers, A.J.H.M. (author), de Vries, S. (author)
In sandy beach systems, the aeolian sediment transport can be governed by the vertical structure of the sediment layers at the bed surface. Here, data collected with a newly developed sand scraper is presented to determine high-resolution vertical grain size variability and how it is affected by marine and aeolian processes. Sediment samples...
journal article 2022
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Hu, Ye (author)
Estuarine area, as a transition area between land and sea, is the most dynamic and complicated area, due to its unique location and diverse ecosystem, but yet it is also the most vulnerable and fragile area, as it may be plagued with flooding risk, erosion, subsidence and etc. As the diagram show below, estuary area is influenced by three...
master thesis 2018
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Radermacher, M. (author)
Artificial sand nourishments are a common measure to mitigate coastal erosion problems. Such nourishments can have an impact on currents and waves near the beach, especially when the nourishment has a large size. As nourished beaches often have a recreational function, these altered wave and current patterns may pose a threat to swimmers. This...
doctoral thesis 2018
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Izett, J.G. (author), Fennel, Katja (author)
Rivers deliver large amounts of terrestrially derived materials (such as nutrients, sediments, and pollutants) to the coastal ocean, but a global quantification of the fate of this delivery is lacking. Nutrients can accumulate on shelves, potentially driving high levels of primary production with negative consequences like hypoxia, or be...
journal article 2018
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Izett, J.G. (author), Fennel, Katja (author)
Rivers deliver large amounts of fresh water, nutrients, and other terrestrially derived materials to the coastal ocean. Where inputs accumulate on the shelf, harmful effects such as hypoxia and eutrophication can result. In contrast, where export to the open ocean is efficient riverine inputs contribute to global biogeochemical budgets....
journal article 2018
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Kana, T. (author)
This primer describes some of the causes of coastal erosion and tries to put into perspective their scale and consequences. There are no uniform causes, just as there are no uniform solutions. Erosion tends to be site-specific. Yet, with careful observation and measurement, a particular problem can be placed in context and draw from the...
report 2010
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Van Veen, J. (author)
This paper should be considered as Van Veen's most important publication since his thesis. It summarizes the results of 20 years of intensive study of estuarine and tidal- basin morphodynamics in The Netherlands. The paper is testimony to Van Veen' s keen observational and artistic skills. His approach is nearly "Da Vincian" in the sense that he...
journal article 2001
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Bakker, W.T. (author)
This book deals on "Coastal Dynamics", which will be defined in a narrow sense as a mathematical theory, which starts from given equations of motion for the sediment, which leads with the continuity equation and given boundary conditions to a calculated (eventually schematized) coastal topography, which is generally a function of time. This is...
report 1998
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Jimenez, J.A. (author), Capobianco, M. (author), Suanez, S. (author), Ruol, P. (author), Fraunie, P. (author), Stive, M.J.F. (author)
conference paper 1995
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Zitman, T.J. (author), Stive, M.J.F. (author), Wiersma, H. (author)
conference paper 1990
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Stive, M.J.F. (author), Roelvink, D.A. (author), De Vriend, H.J. (author)
conference paper 1990
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Stive, M.J.F. (author), Roelvink, D.A. (author), De Vriend, H.J. (author)
conference paper 1990
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van der Meer, J.W. (author)
Abstract not available
doctoral thesis 1988
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Stive, M.J.F. (author)
conference paper 1988
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