About the project
The aim of this study is to build or improve a model that can simulate the spatial development of floodplain vegetation patterns in Dutch floodplains. However, the model should be set up generically, so that it applicable to a broad range of lowland rivers. The model must be able to adequately describe the effects that natural and anthropogenic alterations have on those vegetation patterns. As reality is subjected to uncertainties, the model results must reflect those uncertainties as well.
Documents & Publications
- Ji, U., Kang, J., Ryu, Y., Jung, S.H., Penning, W.E., Harezlak, V., Berends, B.D., Jang, C.-L., (2016). Stream-scale experiments on vegetated flows: flow measurement and analysis. In: G. Constantinescu, M. Garcia, D. Hanes (Eds.), Proceedings of the International Conference on Fluvial Hydraulics (River Flow 2016), 11-14 July, 2016, St. Louis, USA, pp. 521-526.
- Harezlak, V., D.C.M. Augustijn, G.W. Geerling, S.J.M.H. Hulscher, R.S.E.W. Leuven (2015). Floodplain rehabilitation: linking processes to patterns. In: H.J.R. Lenders, F.P.L. Collas, G.W. Geerling, R.S.E.W. Leuven (Eds.). Bridging gaps between river science, governance and management. Book of abstracts NCR-days 2015, NCR Publication 39-2015, 1-2 October 2015, Radboud University, Nijmegen, p. 117-119.