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Hybrid prediction of a sandy shoal evolution in a mesotidal estuary
de Vriend, H.J.; Louters, T.; Berben, F.M.L.; Steijn, R.C. (1989). Hybrid prediction of a sandy shoal evolution in a mesotidal estuary, in: Falconer, R.A. et al. (Ed.) Hydraulic and environmental modelling of coastal, estuarine and river waters: proceedings of the international conference held at the university of Bradford, 19-21 September 1989. pp. 145-156
In: Falconer, R.A.; Goodwin, P.; Matthew, R.G.S. (Ed.) (1989). Hydraulic and environmental modelling of coastal, estuarine and river waters: proceedings of the international conference held at the university of Bradford, 19-21 September 1989. Gower Technical Press: Aldershot. ISBN 0-566-09029-5. xvii, 694 pp., more

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Keywords
    Marine; Brackish water

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  • de Vriend, H.J., more
  • Louters, T., more
  • Berben, F.M.L.
  • Steijn, R.C., more

Abstract
    A hydrid prediction method of spatially two-dimensional morphological evolutions is described. It is based on the combined use of phenomenological extrapolation techniques and numerical simulation models. A first application concerns the evolution of a sandy shoal in the Eastern Scheldt, The Netherlands, after the construction of the storm surge barrier in the mouth of this estuary. A comparison with recent data shows that the mothod has yielded satisfactory predictions.

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