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EDoM measurement campaign: data from Mooring Chains

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posted on 22.06.2022, 06:47 authored by Bas van MarenBas van Maren, Christian Maushake, Julia Vroom, Daan van KeulenDaan van Keulen

In 2018 and 2019 field surveys were conducted to better understand water and sediment exchamge mechanisms between the lower Ems River and the outer Ems estuary. In order to capture the contrasting conditions resulting from river discharge variability, two measurement campaigns were defined: one in August 2018 (local summer with relatively low river discharge) and one in January 2019 (beginning of the wet winter conditions). The collected dataset comprises (per campaign) of 10 observation locations measuring for at least one spring-neap tidal cycle (2 RWS frames RS, 5 bottom mounts BM, and 3 mooring chains MC) 8 simultaneous 13-hrs observations (including fixed stations SB, cross-channel transects CS, and one longitudinal transect). More detailed description of the data is provided in the accompanying report (report-EDoM-v2.0.pdf).

History

Publisher

4TU.ResearchData

Time coverage

a spring-neap cycle in August 2018 and in January 2019

Geolocation

Ems Estuary

Geolocation Longitude

7.04

Geolocation Latitude

53.30

Format

NetCDF

Organizations

Bundesanstalt für Wasserbau (BAW), Deltares