Pilot project Sustainable Bathymetry (EVINBO)
- Van den Bergh, Erika (Project leader)
- Van Ryckegem, Gunther (Project leader)
- Van Braeckel, Alexander (Cooperator)
- Soors, Jan (Cooperator)
- Speybroeck, Jeroen (Cooperator)
- Vanoverbeke, Joost (Cooperator)
- De Beukelaer, Joram (Cooperator)
- De Regge, Nico (Cooperator)
- Terrie, Thomas, (Cooperator)
- Mertens, Wim (Cooperator)
While developing a sustainable bathymetry of the Upper Scheldt several pilot projects are implemented that seek, through an intervention in the morphology of the river, to reduce maintenance to a minimum (IMDC, 2014). In the pilot project at Oude Briel an additional aim is to improve the ecological quality of the shallow water zone and sludge. INBO is in charge of the ecological evaluation of this pilot project.
Monitoring is aimed at evaluating the operation ecologically and at gaining a better understanding of the dynamics of the river and the accompanying morphological and biological processes.
The pilot projects will affect local soil conditions so that parameters such as flow rate, grain size or availability of detritus. The hydraulic laboratory Borgerhout will study the water flow speed and a third party will conduct periodic bathymetries.
|Effective start/end date||1/08/16 → 28/05/18|
Research output (related by participants)
Research output: Book/Report › Reports of Research Institute for Nature and Forest
Research output: Book/Report › Advices of the Research Institute for Nature and Forest
Research output: Contribution to journal › A1: Web of Science-article
Research output: Contribution to journal › A2: Article in a journal with peer review, not included in A1
Research output: Contribution to journal › Contribution to INBO Nieuwsbrief
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