Data and scripts underlying the publication: On the use of large-scale biodegradable artificial reefs for intertidal foreshore stabilization

  • Beatriz Marin Diaz (NIOZ, Dept Est Delta Systems) (Contributor)
  • Greg Fivash (Contributor)
  • Ralph J. M. Temmink (Contributor)
  • Janne Nauta (Contributor)
  • Nadia Hijner (Contributor)
  • Val?rie C. Reijers (Contributor)
  • Peter P.M.J.M. Cruijsen (Contributor)
  • Karin Didderen (Contributor)
  • Jannes H. T. Heusinkveld (Contributor)
  • Emma Penning (Contributor)
  • Gabriela Maldonado Garcia (Contributor)
  • Jim Belzen ,van (NIOZ, Dept Est Delta Systems) (Contributor)
  • Marjolijn J.A. Christianen (Radboud University Nijmegen, Wageningen University) (Contributor)
  • Tjisse van der Heide (Contributor)
  • Daphne van der Wal (Contributor)
  • Han Olff (Contributor)
  • Tjeerd Bouma (Contributor)
  • Laura Govers (Contributor)

Dataset

Description

This dataset contains the data obtained and utilized for the manuscript: On the use of large-scale biodegradable artificial reefs for intertidal foreshore stabilization. The aim was to study the effect of biodegradable artificial reefs, aimed at mussel bed restoration, on i) wave attenuation, ii) soil properties and iii) soil elevation. In 2017 biodegradable artificial reefs were deployed in the tidal flats from Griend, a small island in the dutch Wadden Sea. Waves, sediment properties and soil elevation were monitored until 2019. The dataset is divided in 3 parts: wave analysys, soil properties analysis and elevation change analysis. The analysis is divided in different steps, and each step has a corresponding folder with the input data needed for the analysis.
Datum van beschikbaarheid15-okt.-2021
Uitgever4TU.ResearchData
Tijdelijke dekking2017 - 2019

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