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The impact of channel deepening and dredging on estuarine sediment concentration
Abstract Many estuaries worldwide are becoming more urbanised with heavier traffic in the waterways, requiring continuous channel deepening and larger ports, and increasing suspended sedimentExpand
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The presence of fluid mud on inclined beds can cause high transport rates because of sliding due to the gravity force. In the present paper, gravity currents of fluid mud on sloping beds have beenExpand
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Modelling the seasonal dynamics of SPM with a simple algorithm for the buffering of fines in a sandy seabed
Abstract This paper discusses the application of a simple algorithm for the buffering of fines in a sandy seabed. A second layer is introduced in which fines may be stored during calm weather andExpand
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Development of a mud transport model for the Scheldt estuary in the framework of LTV: Phases 1 and 2
Abstract A mud transport model for the Scheldt estuary is being developed. Its purpose is to support managers of the Scheldt estuary with the solution of a number of managerial issues. The modelExpand
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CAir: Mobile-health intervention for COPD patients
In this paper, we report on a mobile-health intervention study for COPD patients. Expand
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Rheology of cohesive sediments: comparison between a natural and an artificial mud
Concentrated cohesive sediment suspensions exhibit strongly non-Newtonian and time-dependent behaviour caused by particle interactions, which complicates the prediction of their strain or shear rateExpand
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Gas bubble nucleation and growth in cohesive sediments
Sediment often contains a significant amount of organic material, which can be decomposed by bacterial activity. During this process and under anaerobic conditions that prevail in sediments, mainlyExpand
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Generation and transport of subaqueous fluid mud layers
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Estuarine suspended particulate matter concentrations from sun-synchronous satellite remote sensing: tidal and meteorological effects and biases
Abstract Optical data from a sun-synchronous satellite were used to investigate how large-scale estuarine suspended particulate matter (SPM) concentrations were affected by tidal and bulkExpand
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Beneficial use of dredged sediment to enhance salt marsh development by applying a ‘Mud Motor’
We test an innovative approach to beneficially re-use dredged sediment to enhance salt marsh development. A Mud Motor is a dredged sediment disposal in the form of a semi-continuous source of mud inExpand
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