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Sediment yield modelling Meuse catchment
INTRODUCTION The sediment balance for the Meuse River is not well known. The annual loads of gravel, sand and silt in the river are important to explain morphological processes in the river and response to measures. Assessment an ...
Supervisor: Hermjan Barneveld
H�l�ne Boisgontier (Deltares)
Lieke Melsen

Department: Hydrology and Quantitative Water Management Group
 
Measuring turbulence from a moving boat
Turbulence plays a crucial role in driving the transport and mixing of momentum, contaminants and sediment. Although much is known about turbulence in fluvial and coastal systems, most of our knowledge is based on laboratory exper ...
Supervisor: Bart Vermeulen, Ton Hoitink, Sikko Kamminga (Nortek), Rikke van de Grinten (Nortek)
Department: Hydrology and Quantitative Water Management Group
 
Radar nowcasting for urban water management
Radar images can be used to forecast rainfall events in the near future (up to a few hours ahead). This is called radar nowcasting. In a previous MSc thesis, radar nowcasts were made and used for a rainfall-runoff model on the cat ...
Supervisor: Claudia Brauer, Ruben Imhoff
Department: Hydrology and Quantitative Water Management Group
 
Extreme precipitation and its relationship with dew-point temperature at a global scale
Dew-point temperature as an estimator of rainfall extremes In the last decade, the relationship between dew-point temperature and extreme precipitation has gained increased attention. Several studies established a relationship  ...
Supervisor: Albrecht Weerts and Frederiek Sperna Weiland (Deltares)
Department: Hydrology and Quantitative Water Management Group
 
The occurrence of compound and cascading dry hazards in Europe, namely heatwaves, drought, and fires
Compound and cascading natural hazards usually cause more severe impacts than any of the single hazard events alone. For example, droughts in Europe that occurred in 2003 and 2015 were not the most severe in the last century. Howe ...
Supervisor: Samuel Sutanto and Ryan Teuling
Department: Hydrology and Quantitative Water Management Group
 
River plastic emission from Java into the ocean
Plastic pollution of aquatic ecosystems is an emerging environmental risk. Land-based plastics are considered the main source of plastic litter in the worlds oceans. Quantifying the emission from rivers into the oceans is crucial ...
Supervisor: Tim van Emmerik, Albrecht Weerts
Department: Hydrology and Quantitative Water Management Group
 
Assessing the morphological stability of u shaped tidal river junctions
The Kapuas Delta (West Kalimantan, Indonesia) system features several oddly shaped u-turn junctions. These junctions are characterized by complex hydrodynamics and, as a result, also the dynamics of sediments and the resulting mor ...
Supervisor: Bart Vermeulen
Ton Hoitink
Karl Kastner

Department: Hydrology and Quantitative Water Management Group
 
Machine learning for flood prediction in a dam-dominated basin
You are going to apply and investigate the performance of machine learning/deeplearning algorithms on forecasting downstream floods in the Chao Phraya River Basin (Thailand), where the streamflow is highly regulated by large damme ...
Supervisor: chanoknun Wannasin, Claudia Brauer
Department: Hydrology and Quantitative Water Management Group
 
Machine learning for multi-purpose reservoir operation
Machine learning has been proved effective in hydrologcical prediction. Most machine learning algorithms are black-box, but some do allow the 'behind the scene' to be seen to some extent, such as Random Forest and Dicision Tree.  ...
Supervisor: chanoknun Wannasin, Claudia Brauer
Department: Hydrology and Quantitative Water Management Group
 
slope based versus head based rainfall runoff modelling
distributed rainfall runoff models such as wflow_sbm, G2G or Topkapi assume that the slope is equal to the difference in head (driving force) which is may be a valid assumption in steeper catchments. Recently, this approach was im ...
Supervisor: Albrecht Weerts
Willem van Verseveld (Deltares), Ruben Imhoff

Department: Hydrology and Quantitative Water Management Group
 
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