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  • Detailed inventory of crossing structures which represent an obstacle to the ecological continuity for fish or sediments (e.g. culverts).

  • Cartography of cross profiles of a representative river section every 1000 meters. The assessment of the rate of river incision was calculated from the ratio between bankfull height and bankfull width.

  • Detailed cartography of substrate based on the analysis of 100 meters representative river sections, every 1000 meters.

  • “Walking, Listening and Recomposing Everyday Sounds of Esch” comprise three routes to discover the art of sound walking, exploring a specific topic characteristic for Esch's identity and development: “City Stories for the Ear” unearths the garden city's acoustic legacy and introduces visitors to contemporary strategies for making cities greener. “Memories of the Blue Noise” draws attention to the broken and obscured noises and sounds of the river Alzette, which flows underground the city squares. “Fading Thunders of Belval” immerses visitors in immense dimensions of steel structures contrasting with expansive brick walls, monstrous cranes, and labyrinths of giant pipes that shape and direct today's everyday sounds.

  • “Walking, Listening and Recomposing Everyday Sounds of Esch” comprise three routes to discover the art of sound walking, exploring a specific topic characteristic for Esch's identity and development: “City Stories for the Ear” unearths the garden city's acoustic legacy and introduces visitors to contemporary strategies for making cities greener. “Memories of the Blue Noise” draws attention to the broken and obscured noises and sounds of the river Alzette, which flows underground the city squares. “Fading Thunders of Belval” immerses visitors in immense dimensions of steel structures contrasting with expansive brick walls, monstrous cranes, and labyrinths of giant pipes that shape and direct today's everyday sounds.

  • “Walking, Listening and Recomposing Everyday Sounds of Esch” comprise three routes to discover the art of sound walking, exploring a specific topic characteristic for Esch's identity and development: “City Stories for the Ear” unearths the garden city's acoustic legacy and introduces visitors to contemporary strategies for making cities greener. “Memories of the Blue Noise” draws attention to the broken and obscured noises and sounds of the river Alzette, which flows underground the city squares. “Fading Thunders of Belval” immerses visitors in immense dimensions of steel structures contrasting with expansive brick walls, monstrous cranes, and labyrinths of giant pipes that shape and direct today's everyday sounds.