Solutions to current and future problems on natural and constructed shorelines, eastern Baltic Sea (SolidShore)

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Solutions to current and future problems on natural and constructed shorelines, eastern Baltic Sea (SolidShore)

The goal of the SolidShore project is to provide environmentally friendly solutions to coastal problems taking into account the specific conditions of the eastern part of the Baltic Sea – changes in wave regimes, water level and drift flow. This goal is implemented using higher-resolution wave models, measuring bottom layer water flows, applying calculation results in new drift flow models and applying the acquired knowledge to coastal protection systems and port areas.

Project partners:

Tallinn University of Technology (TalTech): https://taltech.ee/en;

Klaipėda University: https://www.ku.lt/en/;

Norwegian University of Science and Technology: https://www.ntnu.edu/

About the project

Contact person: Maija Viška, Researcher

E-mail: maija.viska[at]lhei.lv

Phone: +371 29987112

Project start date: 01.06.2020.

Project end date: 31.05.2024.

Budget: 9077 41 EUR

Project webpage: https://wavelab.ioc.ee/?page_id=1102

Financier

European Economic Area Financial Instrument and Norwegian Financial Mechanism 2014–2021 research and education program “Baltic Research Program”

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