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To connect Scandinavia with Germany, the world’s longest immersed tunnel will be built.
The Fehmarnbelt will close a major gap in the European transport network while fostering the
development of new nature and recreational landscapes.
Ecologist Patrick Meire has been researching the Scheldt for decades in the hope of implementing solutions which undo the damage caused by humans, industry and natural processes.Download
Popular instruments in the field, optical backscatter instruments (OBS) are used to measure
suspended sediments. The sensitivity of OBS measurements in relation to grain size and the
applicability of OBS measurements in mixed sediment environments is analysed.
In collaboration with the Natuurmonumenten (the Dutch Society for the Preservation of Nature), Boskalis constructed the Marker Wadden. The archipelago situated within the Markermeer enables processes which revitalise the natural ecology.Download
Delve into this issue’s articles about muddled sediments, an eco-tie-in, Scheldt saver and a lake reviver.Archive