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Modeling of historical evolution of salt water distribution in the phreatic aquifer in and around the silted up Zwin estuary mouth (Flanders, Belgium)

Luc Lebbe UGent, Sarah Jonckheere and Alexander Vandenbohede (2008) SWIM : 20th salt water intrusion meeting : program and proceedings book. p.141-144
abstract
The evolution of the salt-water distribution around the Zwin estuary mouth is modeled for a period of about five centuries. The modeled area is situated in the Flemisch coastal plain near the border of The Netherlands and Belgium. The Zwin estuary is the former waterway to the medieval seaports of Bruges and Damme. During the considered period this alluvial estuary silted up and the modeled area changes from an area around a tidal channel, over a mud flat to a rather complex polder dune area. The evolution is simulated by the 3D density depended groundwater flow model MOCDENS3D (Lebbe & Oude Essink, 1999). The row direction of the applied finite-difference grid is parallel to the present coast line. The simulation is based on old paintings and a large number of maps which allow a relatively detailed reconstruction of the evolution of the landscape. The results show the historical evolution of a large number of different inverse density problems in this area.
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SWIM : 20th salt water intrusion meeting : program and proceedings book
pages
141 - 144
conference name
20th Salt Water Intrusion Meeting (SWIM-20)
conference location
Naples, FL, USA
conference start
2008-06-23
conference end
2008-06-27
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English
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1252511
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-1252511
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http://www.falw.vu/~swim/pdf/swim20/file160-163.pdf
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2011-06-06 10:07:42
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  abstract     = {The evolution of the salt-water distribution around the Zwin estuary mouth is modeled for a period of about five centuries. The modeled area is situated in the Flemisch coastal plain near the border of The Netherlands and Belgium. The Zwin estuary is the former waterway to the medieval seaports of Bruges and Damme. During the considered period this alluvial estuary silted up and the modeled area changes from an area around a tidal channel, over a mud flat to a rather complex polder dune area. The evolution is simulated by the 3D density depended groundwater flow model MOCDENS3D (Lebbe \& Oude Essink, 1999). The row direction of the applied finite-difference grid is parallel to the present coast line. The simulation is based on old paintings and a large number of maps which allow a relatively detailed reconstruction of the evolution of the landscape. The results show the historical evolution of a large number of different inverse density problems in this area.},
  author       = {Lebbe, Luc and Jonckheere, Sarah and Vandenbohede, Alexander},
  booktitle    = {SWIM : 20th salt water intrusion meeting : program and proceedings book},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Naples, FL, USA},
  pages        = {141--144},
  title        = {Modeling of historical evolution of salt water distribution in the phreatic aquifer in and around the silted up Zwin estuary mouth (Flanders, Belgium)},
  url          = {http://www.falw.vu/{\texttildelow}swim/pdf/swim20/file160-163.pdf},
  year         = {2008},
}

Chicago
Lebbe, Luc, Sarah Jonckheere, and Alexander Vandenbohede. 2008. “Modeling of Historical Evolution of Salt Water Distribution in the Phreatic Aquifer in and Around the Silted up Zwin Estuary Mouth (Flanders, Belgium).” In SWIM : 20th Salt Water Intrusion Meeting : Program and Proceedings Book, 141–144.
APA
Lebbe, L., Jonckheere, S., & Vandenbohede, A. (2008). Modeling of historical evolution of salt water distribution in the phreatic aquifer in and around the silted up Zwin estuary mouth (Flanders, Belgium). SWIM : 20th salt water intrusion meeting : program and proceedings book (pp. 141–144). Presented at the 20th Salt Water Intrusion Meeting (SWIM-20).
Vancouver
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Lebbe L, Jonckheere S, Vandenbohede A. Modeling of historical evolution of salt water distribution in the phreatic aquifer in and around the silted up Zwin estuary mouth (Flanders, Belgium). SWIM : 20th salt water intrusion meeting : program and proceedings book. 2008. p. 141–4.
MLA
Lebbe, Luc, Sarah Jonckheere, and Alexander Vandenbohede. “Modeling of Historical Evolution of Salt Water Distribution in the Phreatic Aquifer in and Around the Silted up Zwin Estuary Mouth (Flanders, Belgium).” SWIM : 20th Salt Water Intrusion Meeting : Program and Proceedings Book. 2008. 141–144. Print.