Coastal protection technologies in a Danish context

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Coastal protection technologies in a Danish context. / Faragò, Maria; Rasmussen, Eva Sara; Fryd, Ole; Nielsen, Emilie Rønde; Arnbjerg-Nielsen, Karsten.

Lyngby, 2018. 90 p.

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Harvard

Faragò, M, Rasmussen, ES, Fryd, O, Nielsen, ER & Arnbjerg-Nielsen, K 2018, Coastal protection technologies in a Danish context. Lyngby.

APA

Faragò, M., Rasmussen, E. S., Fryd, O., Nielsen, E. R., & Arnbjerg-Nielsen, K. (2018). Coastal protection technologies in a Danish context. Lyngby.

Vancouver

Faragò M, Rasmussen ES, Fryd O, Nielsen ER, Arnbjerg-Nielsen K. Coastal protection technologies in a Danish context. Lyngby, 2018. 90 p.

Author

Faragò, Maria ; Rasmussen, Eva Sara ; Fryd, Ole ; Nielsen, Emilie Rønde ; Arnbjerg-Nielsen, Karsten. / Coastal protection technologies in a Danish context. Lyngby, 2018. 90 p.

Bibtex

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abstract = "Recent storm surge events along with the discussions on climate change and sea level rise make coastal protection a pertinent issue in Denmark. The purpose of this report is to analyse past and present coastal protection strategies in Denmark and use this as a baseline for a critical reflection on current practice and possible ways forward. The report is divided into three main parts. First, the study provides a state of the art on coastal protection technologies in Denmark and internationally. Second, we propose a framework for working with coastal protection. Third, four selected case studies are analysed in detail (i.e. K{\o}ge Bugt Strandpark, Nordkystens Fremtid, Vejle, and Gyldensteen Strand) using a multi-criteria assessment framework. The key findings include the prevalence of hard structural protection technologies such as sluice gates and dikes (24 of 32 reviewed projects in Denmark); the need to analyse and frame coastal regions with a view to the level of economic, social and technical complexity and capacity; and the need to go beyond coastal protection as a technical discipline and strive for holistic solutions with an emphasis on innovation and the collaborative and explorative process of planning, designing and implementing coastal protection measures in a sustainable manner. This report aims to spark a discussion on coastal development and highlights some of the key challenges and tasks that need to be addressed in the years to come to achieve the best possible outcome.",
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RIS

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