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Modeling the two-way coupling between Lanice conchilega and sand waves on the bottom of the North Sea

@inproceedings{Maris2018ModelingTT,
  title={Modeling the two-way coupling between Lanice conchilega and sand waves on the bottom of the North Sea},
  author={H. Maris},
  year={2018}
}
The tube-building worm Lanice conchilega is an ecosystem engineer, which affects its environment by changing the local hydrodynamics and therewith the sediment dynamics. The worm occurs in subtidal and intertidal areas and it lives in patches of hundreds per m2. They form mounds of 10-80 cm height in soft-bottom sediments. The goal of this study is to determine the effects of a two-way coupling between dynamic patches of Lanice conchilega and dynamically active sand waves on the bottom of… Expand
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