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Application deadline: 8 April 2021
Within this PhD project you will study how height changes of coastal sea level interact with its observed outlines. The goal is to ultimately quantify the separation of coastline change from sea level rise contributions and geomorphodynamic contributions.
To achieve this, you will co-locate (retracked) radar altimetry data with water outlines from remote sensing making use of a spatial database. Furthermore, auxiliary data from tide gauges, gnss stations and digital elevation models and morphodynamic models will be ingested in this study. The performed research will result in a PhD thesis.