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Northern European Enclosure Dam: what are the effects?
Meijers, C.; van Strien, C.; Kollaard, F.; van der Veer, I.; de Vries, L.; Groeskamp, S.; Rutten, M. (2021). Northern European Enclosure Dam: what are the effects? TU Delft: Delft.

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  • Meijers, C.
  • van Strien, C.
  • Kollaard, F.
  • van der Veer, I.
  • de Vries, L.
  • Groeskamp, S., meer
  • Rutten, M.

    Many low-lying densely populated areas and important economical regions in Europe are threatened by sea level rise. A possible solution was proposed by Groeskamp & Kjellson (2020): to build a massive dam closing off the North Sea from the Atlantic Ocean. This article explores the consequences of this drastic measure. Tidal elevations and currents would reduce, which limits sediment transport. Besides this, the basin would freshen and water temperature differences would increase. Moreover, the consequences for the Wadden Sea, a UNESCO world heritage site, are presented.

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