Scheldt Estuary and its alluvial plains - Belgium
Scheldt Estuary and its alluvial plains
The study site starts at the mouth of the river (Vlissingen, the Netherlands) and extends to Gent, 160 km from the mouth, where tidal influence is stopped by sluices. The tributaries the Durme and the Rupel, with the Nete , Dijle and Zenne are also under tidal influence and are considered part of the estuary. The natural inundated areas around the river and the valleys up to 5m TAW are also part of the study system.
General Characteristics, Purpose, History
Monitoring status and trends of the river ecosystem.
Affiliation and Network Specific Information