Bas Borsje
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How ecological engineering can serve in coastal protection
BW Borsje, BK van Wesenbeeck, F Dekker, P Paalvast, TJ Bouma, ...
Ecological Engineering 37 (2), 113-122, 2011
4552011
Nature-based flood protection: The efficiency of vegetated foreshores for reducing wave loads on coastal dikes
V Vuik, SN Jonkman, BW Borsje, T Suzuki
Coastal engineering 116, 42-56, 2016
1272016
Modeling large-scale cohesive sediment transport affected by small-scale biological activity
BW Borsje, MB de Vries, SJMH Hulscher, GJ de Boer
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 78 (3), 468-480, 2008
722008
Modeling bio-geomorphological influences for offshore sandwaves
BW Borsje, MB de Vries, TJ Bouma, G Besio, SJMH Hulscher, ...
Continental Shelf Research 29 (9), 1289-1301, 2009
512009
Do salt marshes survive sea level rise? Modelling wave action, morphodynamics and vegetation dynamics
ÜSN Best, M Van der Wegen, J Dijkstra, P Willemsen, BW Borsje, ...
Environmental modelling & software 109, 152-166, 2018
402018
Stem breakage of salt marsh vegetation under wave forcing: a field and model study
V Vuik, HYS Heo, Z Zhu, BW Borsje, SN Jonkman
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 200, 41-58, 2018
402018
Sensitivity of the sediment trapping capacity of an estuarine mangrove forest
PWJM Willemsen, EM Horstman, BW Borsje, DA Friess, ...
Geomorphology 273, 189-201, 2016
402016
Modeling tidal sand wave formation in a numerical shallow water model: The role of turbulence formulation
BW Borsje, PC Roos, WM Kranenburg, S Hulscher
Continental shelf research 60, 17-27, 2013
382013
On the parameterization of biological influences on offshore sand wave dynamics
BW Borsje, SJMH Hulscher, PMJ Herman, MB De Vries
Ocean dynamics 59 (5), 659, 2009
332009
Quantifying bed level change at the transition of tidal flat and salt marsh: can we understand the lateral location of the marsh edge?
P Willemsen, BW Borsje, S Hulscher, D Van der Wal, Z Zhu, B Oteman, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 123 (10), 2509-2524, 2018
302018
The role of suspended load transport in the occurrence of tidal sand waves
BW Borsje, WM Kranenburg, PC Roos, J Matthieu, SJMH Hulscher
Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 119 (4), 701-716, 2014
292014
Modelling the effect of suspended load transport and tidal asymmetry on the equilibrium tidal sand wave height
W Van Gerwen, BW Borsje, JH Damveld, SJMH Hulscher
Coastal engineering 136, 56-64, 2018
282018
Assessing safety of nature-based flood defenses: Dealing with extremes and uncertainties
V Vuik, S Van Vuren, BW Borsje, BK van Wesenbeeck, SN Jonkman
Coastal engineering 139, 47-64, 2018
272018
Salt marshes for flood risk reduction: Quantifying long-term effectiveness and life-cycle costs
V Vuik, BW Borsje, PWJM Willemsen, SN Jonkman
Ocean & coastal management 171, 96-110, 2019
252019
Review of the geomorphological, benthic ecological and biogeomorphological effects of nourishments on the shoreface and surf zone of the Dutch coast
MJ Baptist, JE Tamis, BW Borsje, JJ Van der Werf
IMARES/Deltares, 2008
242008
Formation and erosion of biogeomorphological structures: A model study on the tube‐building polychaete Lanice conchilega
BW Borsje, TJ Bouma, M Rabaut, PMJ Herman, SJMH Hulscher
Limnology and Oceanography 59 (4), 1297-1309, 2014
222014
Video transects reveal that tidal sand waves affect the spatial distribution of benthic organisms and sand ripples
JH Damveld, KJ van der Reijden, C Cheng, L Koop, LR Haaksma, ...
Geophysical research letters 45 (21), 11,837-11,846, 2018
212018
Biobouwers van de kust
MB De Vries, TJ Bouma, MM Van Katwijk, BW Borsje, ...
Delft, the Netherlands: WL| Delft Hydraulics, 2007
182007
Building with nature as coastal protection strategy in The Netherlands
BW Borsje, S de Vries, SKH Janssen, AP Luijendijk, V Vuik
Living Shorelines, 137-156, 2017
142017
Ecosystem-based design rules for marine sand extraction sites
MF De Jong, BW Borsje, MJ Baptist, JT van der Wal, HJ Lindeboom, ...
Ecological engineering 87, 271-280, 2016
132016
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