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Coastal Engineering (Implications of Human Interventions)

Created on 06 October 2015
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Most of the world's megacities are coastal. Harbours and ports are lifelines of national economies and international trade. Developing them is imperative, but that certainly disrupts coastal ecosystems and natural processes like sediment transport. In this video presentation, Judith Bosboom and Marcel Stive from TU Delft (The Netherlands) discuss  how engineering interventions on coasts can be managed to minimize environmental impact.

Watch the related webinar "...do not squeeze the delta's coasts please!" on October 8, 2015 on www.thewaterchannel.tv/webinar
The webinar is free to attend and open to all. 

More info: http://goo.gl/EuMufG
Produced by: TU Delft
Year: 2014
Language: English
Region: The Netherlands, Global




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