Protection against Flooding: A New Delta Plan in the Netherlands
The Netherlands are situated on the delta of three of Europe's main rivers: the Rhine, the Meuse, and the Scheldt. As a result, the country has been able to develop into an important industrial...

How to Manage Floodwaves in the Dutch Meuse: Future Measures to Reduce the Inconvenience of Inundations
This study showed that in the Gravelmeuse the combination of nature development and reducing of inundation inconvenience is possible. In the framework of the obliged supply of a fixed...

Influence of Flooding Events on Suspended Matter Quality of the Meuse River (The Netherlands)
Flooding events of the Rhine and Meuse Rivers have struck The Netherlands in 1993 and 1995. In the Meuse River basin, the river forelands have been widely used for housing and agro-industrial...

Wetland Restoration in Southern North Sea Coastal Areas: The Experience of Britain and The Netherlands
Over the past 500 years, extensive reclamation of tidal wetland areas in the lowlands surrounding the Southern North Sea has taken place. In the Netherlands, reclamation has been an essential...

History and Heritage in Coastal Engineering in The Netherlands

Flood Management Strategies for the Rhine and Maas Rivers in the Netherlands
This paper addresses the above issues, examines the lessons learned, and emphasizes the shift in attention from society on flood management issues. Special attention is devoted to the...

The 1995 Floods of Rhine and Meuse - How Predictable are Water Levels in the Netherlands

Artificial Recharge and Water Supply in the Netherlands, State-of-the-Art and Future Trends

Artificial Recharge in the Meijendel Dunes Forty Years of Experience

Artificial Recharge of Ground Water in the Maaskant Area

Ecological Engineering and Artificial Recharge at Groot Berkheide

Deep Well Infiltration in the North-Holland Dune Area

Artificial Recharge of Ground Water II
The Second International Symposium on Artificial Recharge of Ground Water was held in Orlando, Florida from July 17-22, 1995 and sponsored by the ASCE Special Standards Division, the ASCE...

ARGUS: A Metropolitan Transportation System for the Randstad Holland

Optimizing Public Transport Network Structure in Urban Areas

Artificial Recharge by Wells at the Amsterdam Water Supply

Behavior of Phosphate in Eutrophic Surface Water Upon Artificial Recharge in the Western Netherlands

The Great Netherland Flood of '93 and Its Impact on Navigation

Time-related Deflections of Cantilever Bridges
Many prestressed concrete bridges with spans between 100 and 160 m have been built in the Netherlands. The method of construction is the so-called in situ free cantilever construction....

A Modern Electric Stepgauge for Accurate Wave and Tide Measurement





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