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CLIWAT: a transnational project about climate change and coastal groundwater in the North Sea Region
Auken, E.; Bosch, A.; Courtens, C.; Elderhorst, W.; Euwe, M.; Gunnink, J.; Hinsby, K.; Jansen, J.; Johnsen, R.; Kok, A.; Lebbe, L.; de Louw, P.; Noorlandt, R.; Oude Essink, G.; Pedersen, J.; Rasmussen, P.; Scheer, W.; Siemon, B.; Sonnenborg, T.; Sulzbacher, H.; Ullmann, A.; Vandenbohede, A.; Wiederhold, H. (2010). CLIWAT: a transnational project about climate change and coastal groundwater in the North Sea Region, in: Proceedings of SWIM 21: 21st salt water intrusion meeting. June 21-26, 2010. Azores, Portugal. pp. 89-92
In: (2010). Proceedings of SWIM 21: 21st salt water intrusion meeting. June 21-26, 2010. Azores, Portugal. Industrial Fasteners Institute: [s.l.]. ISBN 978-972-97711-5-6. , more

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    VLIZ: Open Repository 241245 [ OMA ]
Document type: Conference paper

Keyword
    Marine

Authors  Top 
  • Auken, E.
  • Bosch, A.
  • Courtens, C., more
  • Elderhorst, W.
  • Euwe, M.
  • Gunnink, J.
  • Hinsby, K.
  • Jansen, J.
  • Johnsen, R.
  • Kok, A.
  • Lebbe, L., more
  • de Louw, P.
  • Noorlandt, R.
  • Oude Essink, G.
  • Pedersen, J.
  • Rasmussen, P.
  • Scheer, W.
  • Siemon, B.
  • Sonnenborg, T.
  • Sulzbacher, H.
  • Ullmann, A.
  • Vandenbohede, A., more
  • Wiederhold, H.

Abstract
    CLIWAT is a transnational project in the North Sea Region with the main objective to evaluate the physical and chemical impacts of climate change on groundwater and surface water systems, and to provide data for adaptive and sustainable water management and infrastructure. Seventeen institutes from Denmark, Germany, The Netherlands and Belgium work together in this project. For this SWIM, we focus on salt water intrusion and upconing of saline groundwater from old marine deposits. We will present tools and methods which are used to increase our knowledge of the present physical system and to assess future changes in coastal groundwater systems.

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