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Overview of datasets on Advancing Resilience Measures for Vegetated Coastlines (ARM4VEG), Guyana

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posted on 11.01.2022, 14:05 authored by Uwe BestUwe Best, Mick van der Wegen, Jasper Dijkstra, Johan ReynsJohan Reyns, Bram van ProoijenBram van Prooijen, Dano Roelvink
This contains an overview of the datasets in the Collection: Advancing Resilience Measures for Vegetated Coastline (ARM4VEG) , Guyana.

Title of the dataset:
Advancing Resilience Measures for Vegetated Coastlines (ARM4VEG)_ Guyana

Corresponding Author:
- Uwe S. N. Best,

Contact Information:
- U.S.N.Best@tudelft.nl

Hydraulic Engineering - Coastal Engineering,
Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences,
Delft University of Technology
P.O. Box 5058 2600 GB Delft The Netherlands

Summary of Data Collection Campaign & Setup

This dataset contains data collected during mangrove-mudflat campaign in Guyana, as part of Uwe Best's PhD Thesis project. It is being made public both to act as supplementary data for publications and the PhD thesis of Uwe Best and in order for other researchers to use this data in their own work. There were a total of six deployments, each with varying durations, and spanned the period from November 22nd, 2019 to January 11th, 2020. Eight frames were installed along the main transect, consisting of scaffolding pipes and connectors.

All locations are described below:

- MB 1: relative dense forest in the back of the mangrove 23 m away from the edge of the toe of the concrete dyke (sea wall).

- MB 2: approximately 100 m from the toe of the seawall within the mangrove.

- MB 3: approximately 200 m from the toe of the seawall within the mangrove fringe.

- MB 4: the seaward edge of the mangrove fringe.

- MB 5, 6, 7, 8: the mudflat in front of the mangrove, 1620 m seaward.

Software Needed
The processing of this data requires the use of MATLAB and Microsoft Excel.

Funding

The fieldwork presented in this paper was conducted under the research permit “Mangrove- Mudflat Coastlines Impacted by Sea Level Rise (SLR)- Hydrodynamics and Sediment Dynamics, Chateau Margot Mangroves, Guyana’. It was funded jointly by the Mangrove Research of NAREI (Project #:2019-01) and the PhD Project, 107440 (IHE Delft – Deltares).

History

Publisher

4TU.ResearchData

Time coverage

January - March 2004; November 2019 - January 2021

Geolocation

Chateau Margot, Guyana

Geolocation Longitude

58.07358333

Geolocation Latitude

6.82022222

Format

zipped text (.txt) files and kml files.

Organizations

TU Delft, Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences, Department of Hydraulic Engineering, Coastal Engineering, instead of Delft University of Technology; IHE Delft Institute for Water Education, Department of Water Science and Engineering; Deltares, Ecosystems and Sediment Dynamics (ESD), Marine and Coastal Systems : Applied Morphodynamics (AMO); Guyana Restoration and Management Department, National Agricultural Research and Extension Institute (NAREI); Ministry of Public Works, Guyana.