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HYDRALAB - a successful collaboration of experimental hydraulic researchers
Author : Simone van Shijndel
The co-ordinated and integrated approach of HYDRALAB aims at structuring the access to unique and costly hydraulic and ice engineering research infrastructures in the European Research Area. Research in our infrastructures deals with complex questions regarding the interaction of water with environmental elements, sediment, structures and ice and goes beyond just hydraulic research: hence we have adopted the theme More than water. Questions that we need to answer deal with e.g. the development of adaptive strategies to climate change and sustainable measures against natural hazards, like floods.
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Article : Issue 3 - EU Hydraulic Research Infrastructure Network: Hydralab IV
Date Published : 03/10/2014
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