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JRA2 COMPLEX - Cross Disciplinary Observations of Morphodynamics and Protective Structures, Linked to Ecology and Extreme Events

JRA2 COMPLEX

Cross Disciplinary Observations of Morphodynamics and Protective Structures, Linked to Ecology and Extreme Events

JRA2 COMPLEX

To represent climate change in experimental modelling, introducing long-term trends and extreme events, there is a need to develop experimental facilities that can better include system complexity and non-linear interactions between system elements. This JRA will tackle the challenge of incorporating complexity in modelling and thus develop protocols that allow holistic assessments of adaptive interventions in hydraulic experiments, providing exportable knowledge about the facilities and benchmark data sets.

The main aim of COMPLEX is to expand the capabilities of existing environmental hydraulic facilities of excellence so that they can provide quantified predictions, incorporating the complex, often non-linear, interactions between sediment, water, biota and structures.

 

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Documents

 D8.2_HYDRALAB-IV-WISE_prototype_optic_system
D8.2_HYDRALAB-IV-WISE_prototype_optic_system

 JRA’s WISE & COMPLEX Technology developments
David Hurther, Olivier Eiff, Rosaria Ester Musumeci

 Experimental study of sediment-biota interactions under waves-currents conditions
Florent GRASSO, Matthias JACQUET, David LE BERRE, Antoine CARLIER, Philippe CUGIER, Jean-Dominique GAFFET

 Measurements and modelling of mixed sediment dynamics (Task 9.2)
Jan Ribberink, Joep van der Zanden, Trang Duong & Jebbe van der Werf

 Design prototype of a high-resolution observation system based on novel plus conventional instrumentation
D. Hurther (CNRS-Grenoble), P.D. Thorne (NERC), F. Moulin (CNRSToulouse)