Case study:Beekherstel Beekloop

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Location: 51° 19' 6", 5° 23' 59"
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Status Complete
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Themes Environmental flows and water resources, Habitat and biodiversity, Hydromorphology
Country Netherlands
Main contact forename Ineke
Main contact surname Barten
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Contact organisation STOWA
Contact organisation web site http://https://www.stowa.nl/contact
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Beekherstel Beekloop BmN
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De Beekloop is voor het grootste deel gegraven door de mens en ontspringt in de bossen tussen Aalst en Hezen en uitkomt in de Kleine Dommel ter hoogte van natuurgebied Hulsterbroek. De waterloop ligt bij de overgang van het Kempisch plateau in België tot een lager gelegen gebied in Noord-Brabant, wat resulteert in een relatief groot bodemverhang. De beekloop is betrokken geweest bij vele beekherstel projecten tussen 2010 en 2015, waarbij sommige projecten geclassificeerd kunnen worden als traditioneel beekherstel (TB) en sommige projecten met de focus op Bouwen met Natuur (BmN).

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