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Coastbusters 2.0

Funder identifier: HBC.2019.0037 (AIO contract id)
Period: February 2020 till June 2023
Status: Completed

Thesaurus terms: Biological oceanography; Coastal and estuarine hydraulics; Coastal environments; Coastal geography; Ecosystem services; Environmental monitoring; Marine arrangements, structure and construction; Marine ecology; Marine geoscience; PRINC_FUND - 5545 - VLAIO - SIM - ICON; Textile technology
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Coastbusters 2.0, a public-private innovation partnership, will deploy several reef-facilitating systems to induce the early stages of mussel biogenic reef formation in different dynamic nearshore coastal environments as a basis for the development of a nature-inspired coastal protection.

Publications (3) Top | Institutes 
  • (2023). Coastbusters 2.0 ecosystem based coastal management: The next step towards nature based solutions. De Blauwe Cluster: Oostende. 32 pp., more
  • Semeraro, A.; Langedock, K.; Boone, W.; Carpentier, J.-B.; Delbare, D.; De Neve, M.; Devriese, S.; Geldhof, R.; Groenendaal, B.; Huygens, M.; Mascart, T.; Moulaert, I.; Van Hoey, G.; Sterckx, T. (2022). Coastbusters, innovative nature-based solutions for sustainable coastal management, in: Strypsteen, G. et al. Book of abstracts: building coastal resilience 2022, Bruges, Belgium, 12-13 April 2022. VLIZ Special Publication, 89: pp. 61-62, more
  • Dekoninck, W. (2021). Multibeam monitoring van kunstmatige mosselriffen in het kader van het Project Coastbusters 2.0. BSc Thesis. Universiteit Gent: Gent. 19 pp., more

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