Netherlands Centre for Coastal Research
The NCK days 2018 in Teylers Museum were a big success. This year's edition had a new format, with a larger number of shorter talks. The presenters were challenged to condense their talks to 7 minutes and succeeded! We would like to thanks all 135 participants for their contribution to the success, and off course special thanks to Sytze van Heteren and Ina Vissinga-Schalkwijk for the excellent organisation and strict time management.
The book of abstract is now available here!
On behalf of the NCK community, we would like to congratulate Laura and Muriel with their prizes for best poster and presentation as awarded during the NCK days 2018!
Muriel Bruckner (third from left on the picture below) won the prize for her presentation titled: 'Effects of biological traits on salt-marsh species distribution and estuarine bar morphology'.
Laura Brakenhof (second from left on the picture below) won the prize for her poster titled: 'Characteristics of saw-tooth bars on the ebb-tidal deltas of the Wadden Sea'.
In this sprint session, you will learn how to work withDINOloket.nl, EMODnet data and Open Earth. A specialist of TNO will present an interactive demonstration of the data available in DINO, both of drillings and voxel models. Bring your laptop and start working with geological data straight away. The sprint session will be held on Wednesday the 21 of March. The session will start at 16.00h and last until 20.00h. Directly after the sprint session, the ice breaker of the NCK days will take place nearby. View details and register for this interactive session at the event page!