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Fresh-salt water distribution in the Zwin estuary before and after the planned expansion

Carolien Courtens UGent, Michuel Berteloot, Luc Lebbe UGent and Alexander Vandenbohede (2010) SWIM 21 : 21st salt water intrusion meeting : proceedings book. p.321-324
abstract
Plans are made to extend the tidal flat area around the silt-up Zwin estuary which is situated around the Dutch-Belgian border. First, the evolution of the fresh-salt water flow and distribution is simulated in this area and the surrounding polder area for a period of 50 years taking into account forecasted sea-level rise. The initial fresh-salt water distribution is based on the map of the depth of the fresh-salt water interface and is completed by electromagnetic borehole loggings. MOCDENS3D is used to simulate the 3D groundwater flow models. After this first simulation the evolution of the fresh-salt water distribution and flow is simulated for a period of 50 years taking into account the expansion of the estuary and its surrounding tidal flats with a surface of 120 hectare. This action results in an increase of the salt water seepage area in the adjacent polder area. The model shows that this increase can be mitigated by the application of deep drainage in stead of the traditional shallow drainage. In the long run this mitigating measure allows even the reduction of the present salt water seepage area.
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SWIM 21 : 21st salt water intrusion meeting : proceedings book
editor
M Teresa Condesso de Melo, Luc Lebbe UGent, José Virgílio Cruz, Rui Coutinho, Christian Langevin and Ana Buxo
pages
321 - 324
publisher
University of Azores
conference name
21st Salt Water Intrusion Meeting (SWIM-21)
conference location
Ponta Delgada, Sao Miguel, Azores, Portugal
conference start
2010-06-21
conference end
2010-06-25
ISBN
9789729771156
language
English
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yes
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C1
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I have transferred the copyright for this publication to the publisher
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1252150
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-1252150
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http://www.swim21-azores2010.com/e-bookfiles/SWIM21_eBook.pdf
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  abstract     = {Plans are made to extend the tidal flat area around the silt-up Zwin estuary which is situated around the Dutch-Belgian border. First, the evolution of the fresh-salt water flow and distribution is simulated in this area and the surrounding polder area for a period of 50 years taking into account forecasted sea-level rise. The initial fresh-salt water distribution is based on the map of the depth of the fresh-salt water interface and is completed by electromagnetic borehole loggings. MOCDENS3D is used to simulate the 3D groundwater flow models. After this first simulation the evolution of the fresh-salt water distribution and flow is simulated for a period of 50 years taking into account the expansion of the estuary and its surrounding tidal flats with a surface of 120 hectare. This action results in an increase of the salt water seepage area in the adjacent polder area. The model shows that this increase can be mitigated by the application of deep drainage in stead of the traditional shallow drainage. In the long run this mitigating measure allows even the reduction of the present salt water seepage area.},
  author       = {Courtens, Carolien and Berteloot, Michuel and Lebbe, Luc and Vandenbohede, Alexander},
  booktitle    = {SWIM 21 : 21st salt water intrusion meeting : proceedings book},
  editor       = {Condesso de Melo, M Teresa and Lebbe, Luc and Cruz, Jos{\'e} Virg{\'i}lio and Coutinho, Rui and Langevin, Christian and Buxo, Ana},
  isbn         = {9789729771156},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Ponta Delgada, Sao Miguel, Azores, Portugal},
  pages        = {321--324},
  publisher    = {University of Azores},
  title        = {Fresh-salt water distribution in the Zwin estuary before and after the planned expansion},
  url          = {http://www.swim21-azores2010.com/e-bookfiles/SWIM21\_eBook.pdf},
  year         = {2010},
}

Chicago
Courtens, Carolien, Michuel Berteloot, Luc Lebbe, and Alexander Vandenbohede. 2010. “Fresh-salt Water Distribution in the Zwin Estuary Before and After the Planned Expansion.” In SWIM 21 : 21st Salt Water Intrusion Meeting : Proceedings Book, ed. M Teresa Condesso de Melo, Luc Lebbe, José Virgílio Cruz, Rui Coutinho, Christian Langevin, and Ana Buxo, 321–324. University of Azores.
APA
Courtens, Carolien, Berteloot, M., Lebbe, L., & Vandenbohede, A. (2010). Fresh-salt water distribution in the Zwin estuary before and after the planned expansion. In M. T. Condesso de Melo, L. Lebbe, J. V. Cruz, R. Coutinho, C. Langevin, & A. Buxo (Eds.), SWIM 21 : 21st salt water intrusion meeting : proceedings book (pp. 321–324). Presented at the 21st Salt Water Intrusion Meeting (SWIM-21), University of Azores.
Vancouver
1.
Courtens C, Berteloot M, Lebbe L, Vandenbohede A. Fresh-salt water distribution in the Zwin estuary before and after the planned expansion. In: Condesso de Melo MT, Lebbe L, Cruz JV, Coutinho R, Langevin C, Buxo A, editors. SWIM 21 : 21st salt water intrusion meeting : proceedings book. University of Azores; 2010. p. 321–4.
MLA
Courtens, Carolien, Michuel Berteloot, Luc Lebbe, et al. “Fresh-salt Water Distribution in the Zwin Estuary Before and After the Planned Expansion.” SWIM 21 : 21st Salt Water Intrusion Meeting : Proceedings Book. Ed. M Teresa Condesso de Melo et al. University of Azores, 2010. 321–324. Print.