In 2009 a new dune area called Spanjaards Duin was constructed in front of the Delfland Coast. Spanjaards Duin was created as a compensation measure for the expected increase in nitrogen deposition from the expansion of the Rotterdam harbour (Maasvlakte 2). The predefined compensation goal is to reach 6 ha of moist dune slack vegetation and 10 ha of dry grey dune in 2033. This is pursued by creating favourable abiotic conditions for natural vegetation establishment (van der Meulen et al., 2014). Sediment fluxes affect establishment and growth of vegetation and shape the dune landscape. Therefore, there is need to know how sediment fluxes behave in Spanjaards Duin.
|Publication status||Published - 2020|
|Event||NCK Days 2020 - NIOZ, Texel, Netherlands|
Duration: 18 Mar 2020 → 20 Mar 2020
|Conference||NCK Days 2020|
|Period||18/03/20 → 20/03/20|