Sedimentbalans in de Oosterschelde



Set VN link, Property name = Context, Property VN name = Context

Model link = Sedimentbalans Oosterschelde

Result = Sedimentbalans en oesters in de Oosterschelde Oosterschelde VN

End Set VN link


Set VN link, Property name = Produces, Property VN name = Produces

Model link = Sedimentbalans Oosterschelde

Result =

End Set VN link


Set VN link, Property name = Consumes, Property VN name = Consumes

Model link = Sedimentbalans Oosterschelde

Result =

End Set VN link


Set VN link, Property name = Part of, Property VN name = Part of

Model link = Sedimentbalans Oosterschelde

Result =

End Set VN link


Set VN link, Property name = Instance of, Property VN name = Instance of

Model link = Sedimentbalans Oosterschelde

Result =

End Set VN link


Set VN link, Property name = Concerns, Property VN name = Concerns

Model link = Sedimentbalans Oosterschelde

Result =

End Set VN link







In order to reach a new morphodynamic equilibrium, any significant change in hydraulic conditions has to result in a proportional adaptation in channel cross section, for example, erosion after a tidal volume increase and sedimentation after a decrease (Louters et al., 1998). Considering the reduction of the tidal volume and current velocities more sedimentation in the channels is expected. This process of sedimentation will continue until the current velocities are in equilibrium again with the local geometry. It is estimated that an amount between 400 to 600 million m3 sand is needed to restore the morphodynamic equilibrium in the Eastern Scheldt.



Referenties


HZ University of Applied Sciences
Delta Academy
Rijkswaterstaat, Ministerie van Infrastructuur en Milieu
Projectbureau Zeeweringen
Waterschap Scheldestromen
Provincie Zeeland
Deltares