Exploring the two-way coupling between sand wave dynamics and benthic species: an idealised modelling approach.

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    In order to quantify the effects of mutual feedbacks between geomorphology and benthic activity, we present a twoway coupled idealised sand wave model. This model allows for an extensive parameter analysis and gives insight in the
    effects of different time scales. Our analysis shows that the behaviour of the coupled system is essentially different from that of an abiotic system. Where in the latter, the basic state (flat bed) is essentially static, in the former, biomass may show growth (or decay). In turn, this affects hydro- and sediment dynamics, such that the basic state can be considered dynamic.
    Original languageEnglish
    Pages1-3
    Publication statusPublished - 28 Jun 2017
    Event4th International Symposium on Shallow Flows, ISSF 2017 - Eindhoven University of Technology, Eindhoven, Netherlands
    Duration: 26 Jun 201728 Jun 2017
    Conference number: 4
    http://issf2017.tue.nl/
    http://issf2017.tue.nl/program/programme_ISSF.pdf

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    Conference4th International Symposium on Shallow Flows, ISSF 2017
    Abbreviated titleISSF 2017
    CountryNetherlands
    CityEindhoven
    Period26/06/1728/06/17
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    geomorphology
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    Keywords

    • sand waves
    • benthic species
    • biogeomorphology
    • idealised modelling

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    Damveld, JH, Roos, PC, Borsje, BW & Hulscher, SJMH 2017, 'Exploring the two-way coupling between sand wave dynamics and benthic species: an idealised modelling approach.' 4th International Symposium on Shallow Flows, ISSF 2017, Eindhoven, Netherlands, 26/06/17 - 28/06/17, pp. 1-3.

    Exploring the two-way coupling between sand wave dynamics and benthic species: an idealised modelling approach. / Damveld, Johan Hendrik; Roos, Pieter C.; Borsje, Bastiaan Wijnand; Hulscher, Suzanne J.M.H.

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    Damveld JH, Roos PC, Borsje BW, Hulscher SJMH. Exploring the two-way coupling between sand wave dynamics and benthic species: an idealised modelling approach.. 2017. Abstract from 4th International Symposium on Shallow Flows, ISSF 2017, Eindhoven, Netherlands.