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All quiet on the sea bottom front? Lessons from the morphodynamic monitoring
Van den Eynde, D.; Baeye, M.; Brabant, R.; Fettweis, M.; Francken, F.; Haerens, P.; Mathys, M.; Sas, M.; Van Lancker, V. (2013). All quiet on the sea bottom front? Lessons from the morphodynamic monitoring, in: Degraer, S. et al. (Ed.) Environmental impacts of offshore wind farms in the Belgian part of the North Sea: Learning from the past to optimise future monitoring programmes. pp. 35-47
In: Degraer, S. et al. (Ed.) (2013). Environmental impacts of offshore wind farms in the Belgian part of the North Sea: Learning from the past to optimise future monitoring programmes. Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences (RBINS), Operational Directorate Natural Environment, Marine Ecology and Management Section: Brussels. ISBN 978-90-9027-928-2. 239 pp.

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    Marine

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  • Van den Eynde, D.
  • Baeye, M.
  • Brabant, R.
  • Fettweis, M.
  • Francken, F.
  • Haerens, P.
  • Mathys, M.
  • Sas, M.
  • Van Lancker, V.

Abstract
    The impact of the construction of the offshore wind farms on the turbidity was local and temporary, with no significant difference between the before and after situation. Erosion pits were formed, both around gravity based foundations and monopiles, though erosion protection provided the necessary stability. Dredging/filling works were more complex than expected. Large volumes of sand were lost and sand pits did not refill naturally. In dune migrating areas the coverage of export cables could not be guaranteed. As a result they are now buried 1 m below the base of the dunes.

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