|Seasonal variations of suspended sediment and diatoms in the Western Scheldt|
Nederbragt, G. (2001). Seasonal variations of suspended sediment and diatoms in the Western Scheldt. TU Delft, Civil Engineering and geosciences, Hydraulic Engineerning: Delft. diff. pag. pp.
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|Document type: Dissertation|
Algae; Geomorphology; Resuspended sediments; Seasonal variations; Turbidity; Bacillariophyceae [WoRMS]; ANE, Netherlands, Westerschelde [Marine Regions]; Marine; Brackish water
Explores the possible relationship between seasonal variations of suspended sediment concentration (SSC) and diatom biomass. In order to determine whether a relationship exists, the effect of other parameters on these seasonal variations was also studied. This study is part of the project 'Analysis of biogeomorphological interactions in the Western Scheldt'. The goal of this project is to gain new knowledge in the field of biogeomorphological interactions through the analysis of these interactions in the Western Scheldt. The study contains a literature study and an analysis of data.