Widening Solution Space in Riverine Climate Adaptation
Case Study IJssel by Cas Goselink
The current approach in riverine climate adaptation strategies aims to accommodate all functionalities of rivers into one singular riverbed but runs into the limitations of an integrated spatial system. The different functionalities of rivers, i.e. the riverine regimes of navigation, flood control, eco-hydrology, and drought management, in synchronization will lead to a decline in the performance of these separate regimes. This paper argues that spatial segregation in parallel systems throughout a larger territory offers a widening of solution space much needed within the integral approach.
Cas Goselink, Graduation Student MSc Urbanism, Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, TU Delft | June 2021
Interested to read more? Find the article on the Delta Links publication of June 2021