Jets interacting with vegetation in the rotating LEGI platform

De Serio, F.; Armenio, E.; Badin, G.; Hilel, R.; Liberzon, D.; Mossa, M.; Negretti, M.; Pisaturo, G.; Righetti, M.; Sommeria, J.; Valran, T.; Vermeulen, B.; Viboud, S.

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Abstract

Rivers and wastewater discharges flowing into lakes and coastal waters strongly affect aquatic ecosystems, based on their transport of turbulence, tracers and sediment particles. Mixing and spreading of outflows have an even greater impact when the receiving site is obstructed by vegetation canopies or mussel cultivation farms. Thus, a thorough knowledge of the interaction between effluents and receiving bodies is required to mitigate impacts and promote best environmental management practices, also following the 2015 EU Marine Strategy Framework Directive.
Lingua originaleEnglish
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2019

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De Serio, F.; Armenio, E.; Badin, G.; Hilel, R.; Liberzon, D.; Mossa, M.; Negretti, M.; Pisaturo, G.; Righetti, M.; Sommeria, J.; Valran, T.; Vermeulen, B.; Viboud, S. (2019). Jets interacting with vegetation in the rotating LEGI platform.

Jets interacting with vegetation in the rotating LEGI platform. / De Serio, F.; Armenio, E.; Badin, G.; Hilel, R.; Liberzon, D.; Mossa, M.; Negretti, M.; Pisaturo, G.; Righetti, M.; Sommeria, J.; Valran, T.; Vermeulen, B.; Viboud, S.

2019.

Risultato della ricerca: Paper

De Serio, F.; Armenio, E.; Badin, G.; Hilel, R.; Liberzon, D.; Mossa, M.; Negretti, M.; Pisaturo, G.; Righetti, M.; Sommeria, J.; Valran, T.; Vermeulen, B.; Viboud, S. 2019, 'Jets interacting with vegetation in the rotating LEGI platform'.
De Serio, F.; Armenio, E.; Badin, G.; Hilel, R.; Liberzon, D.; Mossa, M.; Negretti, M.; Pisaturo, G.; Righetti, M.; Sommeria, J.; Valran, T.; Vermeulen, B.; Viboud, S.. Jets interacting with vegetation in the rotating LEGI platform. 2019.
De Serio, F.; Armenio, E.; Badin, G.; Hilel, R.; Liberzon, D.; Mossa, M.; Negretti, M.; Pisaturo, G.; Righetti, M.; Sommeria, J.; Valran, T.; Vermeulen, B.; Viboud, S. / Jets interacting with vegetation in the rotating LEGI platform.
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