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Field measurements on aeolian sediment transport at the Sand Motor mega nourishment during the MegaPeX field campaign

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posted on 11.10.2016 by Bas Hoonhout, S. (Sierd) de Vries, N. (Nicholas) Cohn
Raw and processed data on aeolian sediment transport from the 6-week MegaPeX field campaign at the Sand Motor mega nourishment in The Netherlands. Data was obtained to validate the hypothesis that aeolian sediment transport is supply-limited in this area. Data is obtained using a setup with 8 mobile masts equipped with Wenglor fork laser sensors and Gill 2D WindSonc wind sensors. In addition topographic surveys with RTK-GPS and erosion pins were performed and sediment traps were installed. The dataset contains GPS locations, particle count rates, topographic surveys, small-scale topographic changes, wind speed and direction, precipitation and sediment transport volumes.

History

Contributors

TU Delft, Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences, Department of Hydraulic Engineering

Publisher

TU Delft

Time coverage

2014-09-15/2014-10-24

Geolocation

Zandmotor (Sand Motor), Netherlands

Format

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