New publication | Sanchahan Nath and collegues

Read our latest research on The impact of decision-making on conflict: Rethinking the roles of technocrats and residents during Tidal River Management in coastal Bangladesh by Sanchayan Nath, Jahin Shams, Frank van Laerhoven and Peter Driessen (published in Land Use Policy).

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New publication | Md Feroz Islam and colleagues

Read our latest insights on Physical controls and a priori estimation of raising land surface elevation across the southwestern Bangladesh delta using tidal river management by Md Feroz Islam, Paul Schot, Stefan Dekker, Jasper Griffioen and Hans Middelkoop (published in Hydrology and Earth System Sciences)

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Sediments matter | Water, Climate and Future Deltas hub | Utrecht University

The Living Polders project is an explicit and important part of Utrecht University’s broader portfolio of initiatives that revolve around the theme of drowning deltas. Many of the world’s deltas that receive insufficient sediment are on the verge of reaching a tipping point at which the drowning of deltas – or parts of them –…

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Feroz & Sanchayan interacting with students at the event. Photo Credit: John O'Connor

Masterclass by Sanchayan Nath: Thinking about complex urbanizing delta systems | IHE Delft | 22 September, 2021

On 22 September 2021, Sanchayan Nath held a masterclass as part of the IHE UDW Online master class series. In the online masterclass series Urbanizing Deltas of the World: the State of the Art of water research in South and Southeast Asia, PhD and Postdoc researchers from various projects of the NWO-Urbanizing Deltas of the…

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