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5. Upper Regge Project Implementation

This chapter is taken from Complex and Dynamic Implementation Processes: Analyzing the Renaturalization of the Dutch Regge River by Hans Bressers and Cheryl de Boer

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Chapter5.jpgAfter the completion of the Regge Vision white paper, the Waterboard began shortly thereafter to prepare the Regge renaturalization projects.

Several streams in addition to the main river body contribute to the Regge in the upper Regge area. Due to a shipping canal that interrupts the river, some streams that once belonged to the catchment area now flow directly into this canal. There are others however that are led together under the canal and then reappear as the Regge River just the north of it.

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5. Upper Regge Project Implementation

Other chapters from this book:

Chapter One

Chapter Two

Chapter Three

Chapter Four

Chapter Six

Chapter Seven

Chapter Eight

Chapter Nine

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