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Munsterman, D.K. (author), ten Veen, J.H. (author), Menkovic, A. (author), Deckers, J. (author), Witmans, N. (author), Verhaegen, J. (author), Kerstholt-Boegehold, S.J. (author), van de Ven, T.J.M. (author), Busschers, F. (author)
In the Netherlands, the bulk of the Miocene to lowest Pliocene sedimentary succession is currently assigned to a single lithostratigraphical unit, the Breda Formation. Although the formation was introduced over 40 years ago, the definition of its lower and upper boundaries is still problematic. Well-log correlations show that the improved lecto...
article 2019
Verhaegen, J. (author), Weltje, G.J. (author), Munsterman, D.K. (author)
The field of provenance analysis has seen a revival in the last decade as quantitative dataacquisition techniques continue to develop. In the 20th century, many heavy-mineral data were collected. These data were mostly used as qualitative indications for stratigraphy and provenance, and not incorporated in a quantitative provenance methodology....
article 2018
Vandenberghe, N. (author), Harris, W.B. (author), Wampler, J.M. (author), Houthuys, R. (author), Louwye, S. (author), Adriaens, R. (author), Vos, K. (author), Lanckacker, T. (author), Matthijs, J. (author), Deckers, J. (author), Verhaegen, J. (author), Laga, P. (author), Westerhoff, W.E. (author), Munsterman, D.K. (author)
The glauconite-rich Diest Formation in central and north Belgium contains sands in the Campine subsurface and the hilly Hageland area that can be distinguished from each other. The Hageland Diest Sands member contains no stratigraphically relevant fossils while in the Campine subsurface dinoflagellate cysts are common and show a stratigraphic...
article 2014