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Woolderink, H.A.G. (author), Weisscher, S.A.H. (author), Kleinhans, M.G. (author), Kasse, C. (author), van Balen, R.T. (author)
The meandering of alluvial rivers may be forced by normal faulting due to tectonically altered topographic gradients of the river valley and channel at and near the fault zone. Normal faulting can affect river meandering by either instantaneous (e.g. surface-rupturing earthquakes) or gradual displacement. To enhance our under standing of river...
article 2022
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Woolderink, H.A.G. (author), Kasse, C. (author), Cohen, K.M. (author), Hoek, W.Z. (author), van Balen, R.T. (author)
The Lower Meuse Valley crosses the Roer Valley Rift System and provides an outstanding example of well-preserved late glacial and Holocene river terraces. The formation, preservation, and morphology of these terraces vary due to reach-specific conditions, a phenomenon that has been underappreciated in past studies. A detailed palaeogeographic...
conference paper 2019
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Woolderink, H.A.G. (author), Kasse, C. (author), Grooteman, L.P.A. (author), van Balen, R.T. (author)
The Roer is a small river which drains the Rhenish shield and confluences with the Meuse River. Up to now the geological, climatological, biostratigraphical, and pedological setting of the Roer Valley were not sufficiently integrated to disentangle the effects of external forcing factors on the Roer River. In this study we perform a detailed and...
article 2019
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Cloetingh, S. (author), Cornu, T. (author), Ziegler, P.A. (author), Beekman, F. (author), Ustaszewski, K. (author), Schmid, S.M. (author), D├Ęzes, P. (author), Hinsch, R. (author), Decker, K. (author), Lopes Gardozo, G. (author), Granet, M. (author), Bertrand, G. (author), Behrmann, J. (author), van Balen, R. (author), Michon, L. (author), Pagnier, H. (author), Rozsa, S. (author), Heck, B. (author), Tesauro, M. (author), Kahle, H.G. (author), Dewez, T. (author), Carretier, S. (author), Winter, T. (author), Hardebol, N. (author), Bada, G. (author), Dost, B. (author), van Eck, T. (author), TNO Bouw en Ondergrond (author)
Research on neotectonics and related seismicity has hitherto been mostly focused on active plate boundaries that are characterized by generally high levels of earthquake activity. Current seismic hazard estimates for intraplate domains are mainly based on probabilistic analyses of historical and instrumental earthquake catalogues. The accuracy...
article 2006
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Veldkamp, A. (author), van den Berg, M.W. (author), van Dijke, J.J. (author), Berg van den, (author), van Saparoea, R.M. (author)
The morpho-genetic evolution of the upper Aller valley (Weser basin, North Germany) was reconstructed using geological and geomorphologic data integrated within a numerical process model framework (FLUVER-2). The current relief was shaped by Pre-Elsterian fluvial processes, Elsterian and Saalian ice sheets, followed by Weichselian fluvial...
article 2002
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van Balen, R.T. (author), Houtgast, R.F. (author), van der Wateren, F.M. (author), van den Berghe, J. (author), Bogaart, P.W. (author), Department of Geo Energy, Netherlands Institute for Applied Geoscience-TNO, Utrecht, Netherlands Vrije Universiteit, Faculteit der Aardwetenschappen, de Boelelaan 1085, Amsterdam, Netherlands Faculty of Earth Sciences, Vrije Universiteit, De Boelelaan 1085, 1081 HV, Amsterdam, Netherlands (author)
The Meuse river system is located in the northeastern part of the Paris Basin, the Ardennes, and the Roer Valley Rift System (RVRS). The Meuse river system developed during the uplift of the Ardennes since the Eocene and it was affected by renewed rifting of the RVRS starting in the Late Oligocene. In response to the uplift of the Ardennes, the...
article 2000
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van der Wateren, F.M. (author), Dunai, T.J. (author), van Balen, R.T. (author), Klas, W. (author), Verbers, A.L.L.M. (author), Passchier, S. (author), Herpers, U. (author), Nederlands Instituut voor Toegepaste Geowetenschappen TNO (author)
Separate regions within the Transantarctic Mountains, the uplifted flank of the West Antarctic rift system, appear to have distinct Neogene histories of glaciation and valley downcutting. Incision of deep glacial outlet valleys occurred at different times throughout central and northern Victoria Land. This is corroborated by measurements of...
article 1999
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