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van Heteren, S. (author)
Barrier-system dynamics are a function of antecedent topography and substrate lithology, Relative sea-level (RSL) changes, sediment availability and type, climate, vegetation type and cover, and various aero- and hydrodynamic processes during fair-weather conditions and extreme events. Global change has an influence on many of these drivers....
bookPart 2015
Bakker, M.A.J. (author), van Heteren, S. (author), Vonhgen, L.M. (author), van der Spek, A.J.F. (author), van der Valk, B. (author)
Much of the Dutch coast has been subject to structural erosion. From 1990 onward, sand nourishments have been used under a government policy of dynamic preservation. Annual monitoring and field inspections show that the structural erosion has decreased or even turned into coastal progradation after 1990. The monitoring data concern only...
article 2012
Slob, A. (author), Gerrits, L. (author), TNO Bouw en Ondergrond (author)
Background, Aims, and Scope. Sediment management in coastal zones is taking place in high complex environments. Present management options do not have a sophisticated way of dealing with the actual complexity of the physical and the social systems and with the unpredictability that is inherent with these systems. Therefore, a new approach in...
article 2007