Below, we have tried to list funded project related to the study of marine and river bedforms.
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On going funded projects
|Project title||Main institution||Link to project description||Funding source||Timeframe|
|MELODY: ModEling LOwer Shoreface Seabed DYnamics for a Climate-Proof Coast||University of Twente, Netherlands||–||Dutch Research Council (NWO)||September 2022 – March 2028|
|Analysis and prediction of submarine dune dynamics||DHI, Denmark & University of Auckland, New Zealand||Link||Horizon2020 MSCA-IF-GF – Global Fellowships||December 2021 – November 2024|
|MODULLES Modelling of marine dunes: local and large-scale evolutions in an OWF context||France Energie Marine||Link||French National Research Agency (ANR) and Normandy Region||October 2021 – September 2024|
|Cable scour from fluid-seabed interactions in regions of mobile sedimentary bedforms||Bangor University, UK||Link||Supergen ORE Hub||February 2021 – June 2022|
|Footprint: effects of offshore wind farms on sediments in the Coastal North Sea||NIOZ, Netherlands||Link||Dutch Research Council (NOW)||February 2021 – January 2024|
|Morphodynamics of giant dunes in wind and water||Texas, USA||Link||National Science Fundation (NSF)||June 2021 – June 2023|
|Improving Understanding of River Flood Dynamics by Relating Flow and Sediment Movement to Shapes of River Dunes in three dimensions||University of New Orleans, USA||Link||National Science Fundation (NSF)||January 2021 – January 2023|
|Assessing dynamic seabed change on the UK continental shelf||University of the Highlands and Islands, UK||Link||UK Research and Innovation (UKRI)||October 2019 – September 2023|
|DUNES: Dynamics of hydraulic dunes and impact on ORE projects||SHOM and France Energies Marines, France||Link||France Energy Marine (FEM)||2019 – 2022|
|PROCAP-Process-based assessment of characteristics of offshore tidal sand waves to determine burial depths of cables and pipelines||Universiteit Utrecht, Netherlands||Link||Dutch Research Council (NOW)||September 2018 – September 2022|