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On the short- and long-term spm variations in the scheldt estuary
Recently there has been a growing interest in the question whether or not the Scheldt estuary may evolve towards a hyperturbid
system. Typical for such a regime shift is an increase in suspended particle matter (SPM) over a time scale of several
decades. In this research we studied the historical evolution of SPM in the Scheldt estuary by the analysis of data over a
period of 18 years (1995-2013). We looked at the effect of the tide, riverine discharge, seasons and sediment disposal
(short-term) in order to understand the effect of these physical parameters on the SPM signal and its historical evolution
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Date Published : 13/08/2015
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