Foreword 5Summary 91 Introduction 231.1 The Dutch coast 231.2 Organisation of the Document 252 Coastal erosion: analysis of the problem 292.1 The coast 292.2 Scenarios for a rise in sea level 312.3 Dune coast 312.3.1 Coastal recession 312.3.2 Consequences of coastal recessionfor the safety of the polders 412.3.3 Consequences of coastal recession for userfunctions and natural values 432.4 Sea dykes 472.5 Beach flats 492.6 Other coastal types 493 Options for a national approachto coastal defence: policy alternatives 513.1 Policy alternatives, technical measures 513.2 The principles 533.2.1 Principles of the policy alternatives 533.2.2 Description of technical measures 553.3 Current policy 593.4 Description of the policy alternatives 613.4.1 Policy alternative Retreat 613.4.2 Policy alternative Selective Preservation 633.4.3 Policy alternative Preservation 653.4.4 Policy alternative Expansion Seaward 654 Benefits and costs of the policy alternatives 694.1 Method of analysis 694.2 Scope of the coastal defence efforts 714.3 Benefits of coastal defence 734.4 Costs of coastal defence 774.5 Summary for the year 2000 815 Rise in sea level 836 Policy choice of the govemment 876.1 Principles 876.2 Choice 896.3 Considerations 936.3.1 Enduring preservation of safety 936.3.2 Sustainable preservation of the dune area 956.3.3 Administrative aspects 976.3.4 Costs of coastal defence 976.4 Realisation of the choice 1016.4.1 The coastline 1016.4.2 The water defences 1033
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publicatiedatum: 1990 auteur: Ministry of Transport and Public Works, Public Works Department Tidal Waters Division = Ministerie van Verkeer en Waterstaat Rijkswaterstaat, Dienst Getijdewateren (RWS, DGW)
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