Project part-financed by the European Union (European Regional Development Fund)

The Interreg IVB North Sea Region Programme

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Here you will find interesting links to other projects dealing with similar subjects, e.g. estuary science or management. Also addresses and links to research institutes, universities, environmental institutes, port and waterways authorities can be found here.


  1. European Sediment Network:
  2. Water bodies in Europe:
  3. Climate Change – Meuse adapting:
  4. Adaptive Landuse for Flood Alluvation:
  5. Innovative technologies for safer European coasts in a changing climate:
  6. DeltaNet Project:
  7. Project on better quality of surface and groundwater bodies in the Scheldt International River Basin District:
  8. SUStainable Coastal Development in practice:
  9. Framework for the sustainable development of inland waterways:
  10. North Sea Skills Integration and New Technologies:
  11. Improving cross-border flood risk management:
  12. KLIMZUG-NORD: Strategies adapted to climate changes concerning the metropolitan area of Hamburg:
  13. Impacts of climate change on waterways and navigation:
  14. COMCOAST- COMbined Functions in COASTal Defence Zones:
  15. Research on the environmental effects of the SIGMA plan:
  16. Protection against flooding + sustainable envirnoment:
  17. Controlled Flood Areas:
  18. Hedwige-Prosperproject:
  19. Sustainable Tourism in Estuary Parks:
  20. Groupement d'Intérêt Public Seine-Aval (GIP Seine-Aval):


  1. Helmholtz Zentrum Geesthacht, Institute of Coastal Research:
  2. Royal Netherlands Institute of Sea Research (location Yerseke):
  3. Vlaams Instituut voor de Zee. VLIZ:
  4. Federal Hydraulic Institute:
  5. Federal Institute of Hydrology:


  1. H. Winterwerp (2013): On the response of tidal rivers to deepening and narrowing. Deltares report.


  1. Stiftung Lebensraum Elbe (Germany)
  2. Vlaams-Nederlandse Scheldecommissie (Belgium, The Netherlands):
  3. Integrated Management Plans Elbe, Weser, Ems (in German):
  4. The Trilateral Wadden Sea Cooperation:
  5. Wadden Sea Forum:
  6. De Antwerpse Haven natuurlijk:
  7. Portal Tideelbe:
  8. PIANC (World Association for Waterborne Transport Infrastructure):
  9. Integrated Management Plan Elbe: