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Mäder, Matthias (author)
The Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum (PETM) was a time of relatively abrupt climate change with intensive atmospheric greenhouse warming of 5 - 8˚C and is regarded as quasi-analogous for the modern anthropogenically-induced global warming. It therefore attracted considerable attention from geologists over the last decades. The PETM occurred 56...
master thesis 2018
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de Gijsel, Stefan (author)
This thesis describes how the simple random walk particle model can be extended to account for sand deposition and suspension, and for particle interaction: clumping together and falling apart. The extended models are analyzed, and the corresponding partial differential equations are derived. These equations are compared to the currently used...
bachelor thesis 2018
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Jongedijk, Cleo (author)
A very common observation is the episodic erosion of beaches during storms and the slow recovery (accretion) afterwards (Yates et al. 2009). Morphodynamic models parameterize physical processes in order to relate the fluid motions (hydrodynamics) to the bed level changes (morphodynamics) over a wide range of spatial and temporal scales. Despite...
master thesis 2017
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Bak, Jasper (author)
Sea level rise poses challenges to the tidal inlet systems of the Wadden Sea, including the barrier islands. If no measures are taken, the shorelines of the islands will retreat and the basins may drown. In the Ameland Inlet, the Boschplaat at the eastern tip of Ameland and Bornrif at the western tip of Terschelling are currently shrinking.
master thesis 2017
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Wittebrood, M. (author)
In 2014-2015 the coastal stretch between Petten and Camperduin was strengthened by using 35 million m3 of sand. At the seaward side of the Hondbossche & Pettermer sea defence a beach and dune system was built which is called the ‘Hondsbossche Dunes’. The old sea dike has disappeared behind the new dunes and is no longer an active part of the...
master thesis 2017
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Van Herwijnen, E. (author)
Morphological changes of coastal areas are caused by sediment transport. Sediment transport is one of the most important subjects in coastal engineering research. Various models are available to predict the sediment transport rate as a function of wave height, current velocity and grain size. The reliability of these models is unknown, because...
master thesis 1999
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