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van er Hoeven, I.C. (author), Verreussel, R.M.C.H. (author), Riboulleau, A. (author), Tribovillard, N. (author), van de Schootbrugge, B. (author)
Mudstones from the Argiles de Châtillon Formation exposed in the Boulonnais region of Northern France represent a proximal lateral equivalent of the organic-rich Kimmeridge Clay Formation. The Argiles de Châtillon Formation is composed of two subunits that straddle the Kimmeridgian-Tithonian boundary. Each subunit contains an organic-rich...
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Islam, M.F. (author), Schot, P.P. (author), Dekker, S.C. (author), Griffioen, J. (author), Middelkoop, H. (author)
The Ganges–Brahmaputra–Meghna delta in Bangladesh is one of the largest and most densely popu lated deltas in the world and is threatened by relative sea level rise (RSLR). Renewed sediment deposition through tidal river management (TRM), a controlled flooding with dike breach, inside the lowest parts of the delta polders (so called beels) can...
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Feroz Islam, M. (author), Middelkoop, H. (author), Schot, P.P. (author), Dekker, S.C. (author), Griffioen, J. (author)
The Ganges-Brahmaputra-Meghna (GBM) delta plain within Bangladesh is one of the most vulnerable to relative sea level rise (RSLR) in the world especially under current anthropogenically modified (i.e., embanked) conditions. Tidal river management (TRM) as practiced in coastal regions of Bangladesh may provide an opportunity to combat RSLR by...
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Cartelle, V. (author), Barlow, N.L.M. (author), Hodgson, D.M. (author), Busschers, F.S. (author), Cohen, K.M. (author), Meijninger, B.M.L. (author), van Kesteren, W.P. (author)
Reconstructing the growth and decay of palaeo-ice sheets is critical to understanding the relationships between global climate and sea-level change and to testing numerical ice sheet models. In this study, we integrate recently acquired high-resolution 2D seismic reflection and borehole datasets from two wind-farm sites offshore of the...
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Missiaen, T. (author), Fitch, S. (author), Harding, R. (author), Muru, M. (author), Fraser, A. (author), de Clercq, M. (author), Moreno, D.G. (author), Versteeg, W. (author), Busschers, F.S. (author), van Heteren, S. (author), Hijma, M.P. (author), Reichart, G.J. (author), Gaffney, V. (author)
This paper describes some results of the research undertaken over the Brown Bank area during recent (2018/ 2019) geoarchaeological surveys in the North Sea which included seismic imaging, shallow (vibro)coring and dredging. It examines the benefits of simultaneous high-resolution (0.5 – 1 m) and ultra-high-resolution (10–20 cm) seismic survey...
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Kalaczynski, P. (author), on behalf of the KM3NeT Collaboration, (author)
The KM3NeT Collaboration has successfully deployed the first detection units of the next generation undersea neutrino telescopes in the Mediterranean Sea at the two sites in Italy and in France. The data sample collected between December 2016 and January 2020 has been used to measure the atmospheric muon rate at two different depths under the...
conference paper 2021
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O'Fearraigh, B. (author), van der Knaap, F.G.P. (author)
The muons produced by cosmic ray interactions in the upper atmosphere constitute the most abundant signal for underwater neutrino detectors such as KM3NeT (the Cubic Kilometre Neutrino Telescope), which is currently being deployed in the Mediterranean Sea at two distinct locations. Situated at different depths, the KM3NeT/ARCA and KM3NeT/ORCA...
conference paper 2021
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Islam, M.F. (author), Middelkoop, H. (author), Schot, P.P. (author), Dekker, S.C. (author), Griffioen, J. (author)
article 2020
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Koster, K. (author), Stafleu, J. (author), Vos, P.C. (author), van der Meulen, M.J. (author)
conference paper 2020
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Mentink, P. (author), Seykens, X. (author)
Complying to both the increasingly stringent pollutant emissions as well as (future) GHG emission legislation - with increased focus on in-use real-world emissions - puts a great challenge to the engine/aftertreatment control development process. Control system complexity, calibration and validation effort has increased dramatically over the...
conference paper 2019
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Houben, A.J.P. (author), Quaijtaal, W. (author), Wade, B.S. (author), Schouten, S. (author), Brinkhuis, H. (author)
The Eocene – Oligocene Transition (EOT, 34–33.5 Ma) marks a major transition in Cenozoic climate evolution through the relatively rapid establishment of a continental-scale ice sheet on Antarctica. The EOT is characterized by two 200 kyr spaced shifts (termed EOT-1 and Oi-1) in the oxygen isotopic composition (δ18O) of benthic foraminifera,...
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Vermeersen, B.L.A. (author), Slangen, A.B.A. (author), Gerkema, T. (author), Baart, F. (author), Cohen, K.M. (author), Dangendorf, S. (author), Duran-Matute, M. (author), Frederikse, T. (author), Grinsted, A. (author), Hijma, M.P. (author), Jevrejeva, S. (author), Kiden, P. (author), Kleinherenbrink, M. (author), Meijles, E.W. (author), Palmer, M.D. (author), Rietbroek, R. (author), Riva, R.E.M. (author), Schulz, E. (author), Slobbe, D.C. (author), Simpson, M.J.R. (author), Sterlini, P. (author), Stocchi, P. (author), van de Wal, R.S.W. (author), van der Wegen, M. (author)
Rising sea levels due to climate change can have severe consequences for coastal populations and ecosystems all around the world. Understanding and projecting sea-level rise is especially important for low-lying countries such as the Netherlands. It is of specific interest for vulnerable ecological and morphodynamic regions, such as the Wadden...
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Peeters, J. (author), Busschers, F.S. (author), Stouthamer, E. (author), Bosch, J.H.A. (author), van den Berg, M.W. (author), Wallinga, J. (author), Versendaal, A.J. (author), Bunnik, F.P.M. (author), Middelkoop, H. (author)
This paper describes the sedimentary architecture, chronostratigraphy and palaeogeography of the late Middle and Late Pleistocene (Marine Isotope Stage/MIS 6-2) incised Rhine-valley fill in the central Netherlands based on six geological transects, luminescence dating, biostratigraphical data and a 3D geological model. The incised-valley fill...
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Koster, K. (author), Erkens, G. (author), Zwanenburg, C. (author)
Land subsidence threatens many coastal areas. Quantifying current and predicting future subsidence are essential to sustain the viability of these areas with respect to rising sea levels. Despite its scale and severity, methods to quantify subsidence are scarce. In peat-rich subsidence hot spots, subsidence is often caused by peat compression....
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van Heteren, S. (author)
Barrier-system dynamics are a function of antecedent topography and substrate lithology, Relative sea-level (RSL) changes, sediment availability and type, climate, vegetation type and cover, and various aero- and hydrodynamic processes during fair-weather conditions and extreme events. Global change has an influence on many of these drivers....
bookPart 2015
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van Thienen-Visser, K. (author), Breunese, J.N. (author), Muntendam-Bos, A.G. (author)
The Wadden Sea is a shallow tidal sea in the north of the Netherlands where gas production is ongoing since 1986. Due to the sensitive nature of this area, gas extraction induced subsidence must remain within the "effective subsidence capacity" for the two tidal basins (Pinkegat and Zoutkamperlaag) affected. We present a probabilistic method to...
conference paper 2015
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Long, A.J. (author), Barlow, N.L.M. (author), Busschers, F.S. (author), Cohen, K.M. (author), Gehrels, W.R. (author), Wake, L.M. (author)
Global sea level during the Last Interglacial (LIG, Marine Isotope Sub-stage 5e) peaked between c. 5.5 and 9 m above present, implying significant melt from Greenland and Antarctica. Relative sea level (RSL) observations from several far- and intermediate-field sites suggest abrupt fluctuations or jumps in RSL during the LIG highstand that...
article 2015
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Masselink, G. (author), van Heteren, S. (author)
Wave-dominated and mixed-energy barriers are extremely dynamic landforms, responding to processes operating over a spectrum of time scales, ranging from daily-to-monthly fluctuations related to storm and post-storm conditions, to century-to-millennium-scale evolution driven by relative sea-level change. Two types of storms are of particular...
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Fieten, K.B. (author), Zijlstra, W.T. (author), van Os-Medendorp, H. (author), Meijer, Y. (author), Venema, M.U. (author), Rijssenbeek-Nouwens, L. (author), l' Hoir, M.P. (author), Bruijnzeel-Koomen, C.A. (author), Pasmans, S.G.M.A. (author)
Background: About 10 to 20% of children in West European countries have atopic dermatitis (AD), often as part of the atopic syndrome. The full atopic syndrome also consists of allergic asthma, allergic rhinitis and food allergy. Treatment approaches for atopic dermatitis and asthma include intermittent anti-inflammatory therapy with...
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van Heteren, S. (author), Meekes, J.A.C. (author), Bakker, M.A.J. (author), Gaffney, V. (author), Fitch, S. (author), Gearey, B.R. (author), Paap, B.F. (author)
The North Sea subsurface shows the marks of long-term tectonic subsidence. Much of it contains a thick record of glacial and interglacial deposits and landscapes, formed during multiple glacial cycles and the associated regressions and transgressions during the past two million years. At times of lower sea level than today, areas that are...
article 2014
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