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Barciela-Rial, M. (author), Vardon, P.J. (author), van Kessel, T. (author), Griffioen, J. (author), Winterwerp, J.C. (author)
Progressively, more dredged sediments are being reused for engineering projects. For example, the Marker Wadden is a new wetland constructed in lake Markermeer, the Netherlands, with dredged cohesive sediments originating from the bed of the lake. Such dredged sediments are often dominated by cohesive sediment particles with varying amounts of...
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Islam, M.F. (author), Schot, P.P. (author), Dekker, S.C. (author), Griffioen, J. (author), Middelkoop, H. (author)
The Ganges–Brahmaputra–Meghna delta in Bangladesh is one of the largest and most densely popu lated deltas in the world and is threatened by relative sea level rise (RSLR). Renewed sediment deposition through tidal river management (TRM), a controlled flooding with dike breach, inside the lowest parts of the delta polders (so called beels) can...
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Feroz Islam, M. (author), Middelkoop, H. (author), Schot, P.P. (author), Dekker, S.C. (author), Griffioen, J. (author)
The Ganges-Brahmaputra-Meghna (GBM) delta plain within Bangladesh is one of the most vulnerable to relative sea level rise (RSLR) in the world especially under current anthropogenically modified (i.e., embanked) conditions. Tidal river management (TRM) as practiced in coastal regions of Bangladesh may provide an opportunity to combat RSLR by...
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Tanabe, S. (author), Ishihara, Y. (author), Nakanishi, T. (author), Stafleu, J. (author), Busscherss, F. (author)
article 2021
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Peng, F. (author), Kasse, C. (author), Prins, M.A. (author), Ellenkamp, R. (author), Krasnoperov, M.Y. (author), van Balen, R.T. (author)
This study investigates the Holocene levee deposits and paleoflooding history of the Lower Meuse in the Netherlands based on archeological investigations and sedimentary analyses (grain size, end-member modelling, magnetic susceptibility and thermogravimetric analyses). The levee on the left bank in the study area near Ooijen contains a...
article 2020
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Islam, M.F. (author), Middelkoop, H. (author), Schot, P.P. (author), Dekker, S.C. (author), Griffioen, J. (author)
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Vink, J.P.M. (author), Comans, R.N.J. (author), Dijkstra, J.J. (author), Lamers, L.P.M. (author)
article 2020
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Koster, K. (author), Stafleu, J. (author), Vos, P.C. (author), van der Meulen, M.J. (author)
conference paper 2020
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Karamitopoulos, P. (author), Weltje, G.J. (author), Dalman, R.A.F. (author)
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Peng, F. (author), Prins, M.A. (author), Kasse, C. (author), Cohen, K.M. (author), van der Putten, N. (author), van der Lubbe, J. (author), Toonen, W.H.J. (author), van Balen, R.T. (author)
This study investigates Holocene floodplain evolution and flooding phases as experienced in the Lower Meuse catchment, primarily based on grain-size distributions of channel-fill and floodplain deposits in sediment cores. The presence of post-depositional Fe[sbnd]Mn concretions and resistant organic particulate materials impedes the direct use...
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Morera-Chavarria, A. (author), Griffioen, J. (author), Chueca-Garcia, I. (author), Faneca-Sanchez, M. (author), Behrends, T. (author)
Frequent and unexplained iron enrichments have been localized in buried, Holocene, marine sediments in coastal areas. These buried sediments are nowadays often part of groundwater systems in densely populated deltas. Here, the Krabbenkreek intertidal/supratidal area in the Netherlands is considered as a present analogue for diagenetic processes...
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Crampton-Flood, E.D. (author), Peterse, F. (author), Munsterman, D.K. (author)
The Pliocene is often regarded as a suitable analogue for future climate, due to an overall warmer climate (2–3◦C) coupled with atmospheric CO2concentrations largely similar to present values (∼400 ppmv). Numerous Pliocene sea surface temperature (SST) records are available, however, little is known about climate in the terrestrial realm. Here...
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Pit, I.R. (author), van Egmond, E.M. (author), Dekker, S.C. (author), Griffioen, J. (author), Wassen, M.J. (author), van Wezel, A.P. (author)
Artificial sand replenishments are globally used as innovative coastal protection measures. In these replenishments elevated porewater concentrations of trace elements are found. The present study investigated possible ecotoxicological risks at 2 intertidal depositional sites, the Sand Engine as a recent innovative Dutch coastal management...
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Pierik, H.J. (author), Stouthamer, E. (author), Schuring, T. (author), Cohen, K.M. (author)
Although the shifting of deltaic river branches (avulsion) is a natural process that has become increasingly influenced by humans, the impact of early human activities as a driver of avulsion success has remained poorly explored. This study demonstrates how two important avulsions in the downstream part of the Rhine-Meuse delta, The Netherlands,...
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Weimer, P. (author), Matt, V. (author), Bouroullec, R. (author), Adson, J. (author), Lapinski, T.G. (author), van den Berg, A.A. (author), Roesink, J.G. (author)
The petroleum systems of two adjacent Miocene intraslope minibasins in the northern deep-water Gulf of Mexico are modeled to investigate why one of them produces primarily gas but the other produces oil. Specifically, the Mensa field produces gas from a faulted four-way closure that overlies a turtle structure, whereas the adjacent Thunder Horse...
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Teunissen, J.P. (author), Abbel, R. (author), Hendriks, R. (author), Groen, P. (author)
The necessary metal-based inks typically consist of silver nanoparticles dispersed in a liquid carrier medium. In order to keep the ink stable and printable, the agglomeration and sedimentation of these functional components need to be prevented as long as they are not printed onto a substrate. This is typically done by the addition of organic ...
bookPart 2017
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Bouroullec, R. (author), Weimer, P. (author)
The structural history of the Mississippi Canyon, Atwater Valley, westernDeSoto, and western Lloyd Ridge protraction areas in the northeastern deep-water Gulf of Mexico is of a basin influenced by complex salt tectonics that controlled the formation of intraslope minibasins and sediment distribution. Large volumes of Middle Jurassic...
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Pit, I.R. (author), Griffioen, J. (author), Wassen, M.J. (author)
As coastal lowlands are prone to sea water flooding, sea-level rise might globally increase this risk. To protect its coastline, the Netherlands adds an average of 12 million m3 of sand annually, but more is needed to cope with the expected consequences of global warming. In 2011 a novel approach for coastal protection was applied near The Hague...
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Vis, G.J. (author), Kasse, C. (author), Kroon, D. (author), Vandenberghe, J. (author), Jung, S. (author), Lebreiro, S.M. (author), Rodrigues, T. (author)
Quantification of sediment volumes in continental to deep ocean basins is key to understanding processes of sediment distribution in source-to-sink depositional systems. Using our own and published data we present the first quantification of sediment-volume changes in basins along the course of a major southwest European river during the...
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Minderhoud, P.S.J. (author), Cohen, K.M. (author), Toonen, W.H.J. (author), Erkens, G. (author), Hoek, W.Z. (author)
Lacustrine fills, including those of oxbow lakes in river floodplains, often hold valuable sedimentary and biological proxy records of palaeo-environmental change. Precise dating of accumulated sediments at levels throughout these records is crucial for interpretation and correlation of (proxy) data existing within the fills. Typically, dates...
article 2016
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