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Lianne van der Weerd
Water Engineering & Management
+31 53 4894038
+31 53 4893546
+31 53 4895377
University of Twente
Faculty of Engineering Technology
Department of Water Engineering & Management
P.O. Box 217
7500 AE Enschede
PhD Candidate in the subproject Dune formation within the project NatureCoast: Nature-driven nourishment of coastal systems.
Recently a huge shore nourishment (21 Mm3) has been applied at the Delfland coast (NL) just south of The Hague in the shape of a peninsula, referred to as the Sandmotor. This unprecedented experiment aims to protect the hinterland from flooding by letting natural processes distribute sand over shoreface, beach and dunes, thus constituting a climate-robust and environmentally friendly way of coastal protection. The key objective of the NatureCoast program is to raise our understanding and predictive capability regarding the various aspects of this type of shore nourishments, up to a level enabling to assess their effectiveness and to export the underlying technology worldwide. The overall scientific challenge lies in understanding and predictive modelling of the complex interplay of eco-morphological, hydrological and societal processes that govern the evolution, effects, feasibility and acceptability of mega-nourishment. Hence this research program involves 12 research groups from different disciplines (program leader: Prof.dr.ir. M.J.F. Stive, TUD). Consult the website www.NatureCoast.nl for more information about this program.
Within NatureCoast I am doing a PhD research to obtain more insight in the impact of mega-nourishments on the spatio-temporal variability in aeolian sediment supply toward the upper beach and dunes. The research comprises observations using remote-sensing techniques (Argus video cameras) as well as doing in-situ field measurements as a ground truth for video observations. The observations will be used as input for a modelling effort in order to get insight in the long-term aeolian transport rates from the beach toward the dune. This research is funded by National Technology Foundation STW.
2010 – 2012: Master Water Engineering and Management (University of Twente), Cum Laude
2005 – 2008: Bachelor Civil Engineering (University of Twente)
2009: Minor Learning to teach mathematics (University of Twente)
Courses in didactical skills and internship at a secondary school (higher classes).
Feb 2013 – present: PhD Candidate (University of Twente).
Topic: ‘The effect of mega nourishment projects on sand supply to the dunes.’
2012: Master Thesis - “Investigating the dynamics of Shoreward Propagating
Accretionary Waves” (Deltares)
Activities: Investigating dynamics of a Shoreward Propagating Accretionary Wave (SPAW), a small-scale nearshore morphological feature, using the software package Delft3D.
2010: Bachelor Thesis: Estimate yearly sediment transport rates for the Latrobe River. (Department of Primary Industries, Rutherglenn, Victoria, Australia).
Activities: Statistical analysis of sediment data using GUMLEAF software.
Dec 2012 – Jan 2013: Junior Advisor (Deltares).
Activities: Summarizing available information about administrative agreements on maintenance of the North-Sea coastline
Feb 2012: Assistant for model simulations in a sand wave project (University of Twente).
Activities: Running different sand wave models to investigate the appearance and possible migration for a project of ARCADIS, concerning the design of pipelines (5 weeks fulltime).
•Practical hours in ‘Data Analysis in Water Management’(2013)
•Assignment in ‘Morphology’ about aeolian sediment transport (2013)
•Assignments of ‘Introduction to water resource management’ (2011)
•Tutorials in ‘Design Project Water I’ (2010 and 2011)
•Tutorials and practicum in ‘Water’ (2010 and 2011)
•Rewriting lecture notes for the course ‘Water’ (2010)
•Tutorials ‘Algebraic Skills’ for 1st year Bachelor students Mechanical engineering and Industrial Design (2007)
•Een evaluatie van de vooroeversuppletie bij Heemskerk (2011-2012) – Daan Boot (at Deltares, ongoing)
•Bepaling van de relatie tussen invoer en toetsingsresultaat op piping – Ruben Oldhoff (at BZ-Innovatiemanagement, 2013)
VHTO/Talentenkijker guest lecturer at primary schools (VHTO – National expert organisation girls/women in science/technology, http://www.vhto.nl/ ). Giving guest lectures about my daily work as a researcher.
Van der Weerd, A.J., Wijnberg, K.M. (2015). Aeolian activity on a peninsula-shaped mega nourishment. Proceedings Coastal Sediments 2015, 11-14 May 2015, San Diego, USA, 12p.
Wijnberg, K.M., Van der Weerd, A.J., Hulscher, S.J.M.H. (2014). Tracking Aeolian transport patterns across a mega-nourishment using video-imagery. Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vol. 16, EGU2014-9187, EGU General Assembly 2014, Vienna, Austria, 1 p.
Hoonhout, B.M., Vries, S. de, Baart, F., Thiel De Vries, J.S.M. van, Weerd, A.J. van der & Wijnberg, K.M. (2013). Monitoring of beach surface properties with remote sensing. In: P Bonneton & T Garlan (Eds.), Proceedings Coastal Dynamics 2013, 7th International conference on coastal dynamics, Bordeaux, France: pp. 821-832.
Van der Weerd, A.J. (2012). Wave-driven dynamics of Shoreward Propagating Accretionary Waves in the Nearshore. MSc. Thesis University of Twente/Deltares.
Van der Weerd, A.J. (2010). Estimate yearly sediment transport rates for the Latrobe River. BSc. Thesis University of Twente/Department of Primary Industries.
Van der Weerd, A.J. (2013). A Natural Mode of Nourishment, ConcepTueel 22 (1), 32 – 35.
I was a guest in Kenniscafé Almere in February 2014. For a short summary of the evening look at: http://www.plusbibliotheekflevoland.nl/verslag-270214.