Peer-reviewed articles in scientific journals

O. Gourgue, J. van Belzen, C. Schwarz, W. Vandenbruwaene, J. Vanlede, J.-P. Belliard, S. Fagherazzi, T.J. Bouma, J. van de Koppel, S. Temmerman. Biogeomorphic modeling to assess resilience of tidal marsh restoration to sea level rise and sediment supply, Earth Surface Dynamics Discussion, in review, 2021.

Z. Liu, O. Gourgue, S. Fagherazzi. Biotic and abiotic factors control the geomorphic characteristics of channel networks in salt marshes, Limnology and Oceanography, early view, 2021.

H. Cao, Z. Zhu, J. van Belzen, O. Gourgue, J. van de Koppel, S. Temmerman, P.M.J. Herman, L. Zhang, L. Yuan, T.J. Bouma. Salt marsh establishment in poorly consolidated muddy systems: effects of surface drainage, elevation, and plant age. Ecosphere, 12:e03755, 2021.

J.-P. Belliard,  L. Dominguez-Granda, J. A. Ramos-Veliz, A. M. Rosado-Moncayo, J. Nath, G. Govers, O. Gourgue, S. Temmerman. El Niño driven extreme sea levels causing major hazards to ecosystems and society in an Eastern Pacific tropical river delta. Global and Planetary Change, 203:103529, 2021.

O. Gourgue, J. van Belzen, C. Schwarz, T.J. Bouma, J. van de Koppel, S. Temmerman. A convolution method to assess subgrid-scale interactions between flow and patchy vegetation in biogeomorphic models. Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems, 13:e2020MS002116, 2021.

C. Schwarz, O. Gourgue, J. van Belzen, Z. Zhu, T.J. Bouma, J. van de Koppel, G. Ruessink, N. Claude and S. Temmerman. Self-organization of a biogeomorphic landscape controlled by plant life-history traits. Nature Geoscience, 11:672-677, 2018.

C. Pham Van, O. Gourgue, M. Sassi, A.J.F. Hoitink, E. Deleersnijder, and S. Soares Frazão. Modelling fine- grained sediment transport in the Mahakam land-sea continuum, Indonesia. Journal of Hydro-environment Research, 13:103-120, 2016.

M. Elskens, O. Gourgue, W. Baeyens, L. Chou, E. Deleersnijder, M. Leermakers, and A. de Brauwere. Modelling metal speciation in the Scheldt Estuary: Combining a flexible-resolution transport model with empirical functions. Science of The Total Environment, 476-477:346-358, 2014.

A. de Brauwere, O. Gourgue, B. de Brye, P. Servais, N.K. Ouattara, and E. Deleersnijder. Integrated modelling of faecal contamination in a densely populated river-sea continuum (Scheldt River and Estuary). Science of the Total Environment, 468-469:31-45, 2014.

O. Gourgue, W. Baeyens, M.S. Chen, A. de Brauwere, B. de Brye, E. Deleersnijder, M. Elskens, and V. Legat. A depth-averaged two-dimensional sediment transport model for environmental studies in the Scheldt Estuary and tidal river network. Journal of Marine Systems, 128:27-39, 2013.

B. de Brye, A. de Brauwere, O. Gourgue, E.J.M. Delhez, and E. Deleersnijder. Water renewal timescales in the Scheldt Estuary. Journal of Marine Systems, 94:74-86, 2012.

T. Kärnä, B. de Brye, O. Gourgue, J. Lambrechts, R. Comblen, V. Legat, and E. Deleersnijder. A fully implicit wetting-drying method for DG-FEM shallow water models, with an application to the Scheldt Estuary. Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 200:509-524, 2011.

J. Lambrechts, C. Humphrey, L. McKinna, O. Gourgue, K.E. Fabricius, A.J. Mehta, S. Lewis, and E. Wolanski. Importance of wave-induced bed liquefaction in the fine sediment budget of Cleveland Bay, Great Barrier Reef. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 89:154-162, 2010.

B. de Brye, A. de Brauwere, O. Gourgue, T. Kärnä, J. Lambrechts, R. Comblen, and E. Deleersnijder. A finite- element, multi-scale model of the Scheldt tributaries, river, estuary and ROFI. Coastal Engineering, 57:850-863, 2010.

O. Gourgue, R. Comblen, J. Lambrechts, T. Kärnä, V. Legat, and E. Deleersnijder. A flux-limiting wetting–drying method for finite-element shallow-water models, with application to the Scheldt Estuary. Advances in Water Resources, 32:1726-1739, 2009.

A. de Brauwere, F. De Ridder, O. Gourgue, J. Lambrechts, R. Comblen, R. Pintelon, J. Passerat, P. Servais, M. Elskens, W. Baeyens, T. Kärnä, B. de Brye, and E. Deleersnijder. Design of a sampling strategy to optimally calibrate a reactive transport model: Exploring the potential for Escherichia coli in the Scheldt Estuary. Environmental Modelling & Software, 24:969-981, 2009.

O. Gourgue, E. Deleersnijder, and L. White. Toward a generic method for studying water renewal, with application to the epilimnion of Lake Tanganyika. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 74:628-640, 2007.

Chapter in a collective book

O. Gourgue, E. Deleersnijder, V. Legat, E. Marchal, and L. White. Free and forced thermocline oscillations in Lake Tanganyika. In P. Alpert and Sholokhman T. (editors), Factor separation in the atmosphere: applications and future prospects, chapter 9, pages 146-162. Cambridge University Press, 2011.

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