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prof. dr. T.J. Bouma

Honorary Professor Biogeomorphological Dynamics and Ecosystem Services of Coastal Zones
prof. dr. T.J. Bouma


How grazing management can maximize erosion resistance of salt marshes

Elevated micro-topography boosts growth rates in Salicornia procumbens by amplifying a tidally driven oxygen pump: Implications for natural recruitment and restoration

Estuarine biofilm patterns: Modern analogues for Precambrian self-organization

How light and biomass density influence the reproduction of delayed Saccharina latissima gametophytes (Phaeophyceae)

Long-term changes in seagrass and benthos at Banc d’Arguin, Mauritania, the premier intertidal system along the East Atlantic Flyway

Mimicry of emergent traits amplifies coastal restoration success

Restoring mussel beds in highly dynamic environments by lowering environmental stressors

Role of eelgrass on bed-load transport and sediment resuspension under oscillatory flow

Seagrass coastal protection services reduced by invasive species expansion and megaherbivore grazing

Self-organization of river vegetation leads to emergent buffering of river flows and water levels

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Inheems zeegras belangrijk in de strijd tegen erosie

Kustherstel kan makkelijker door natuur tijdelijk na te bootsen

‘Zet ook de natuur in voor waterbouw’

Small steps, big leaps – How marram grass builds dunes

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