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  • research data . 2018
    Authors:
    Pierik, Harm Jan; Rowin J Van Lanen; Gouw-Bouman, Marjolein TIJ; Groenewoudt, Bert J; Wallinga, Jakob; Hoek, Wim Z;
    Publisher: Figshare
    Project: NWO | The Dark Age of the Lowla... (2300172486)

    <p>Supplemental material, Appendix_A_and_B for Controls on late-Holocene drift-sand dynamics: The dominant role of human pressure in the Netherlands by Harm Jan Pierik, Rowin J van Lanen, Marjolein TIJ Gouw-Bouman, Bert J Groenewoudt, Jakob Wallinga and Wim Z Hoek in Th...

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  • research data . 2018
    Authors:
    Harm Jan Pierik; Rowin J van Lanen; Marjolein TIJ Gouw-Bouman; Bert J Groenewoudt; Jakob Wallinga; Wim Z Hoek;
    Publisher: Figshare
    Project: NWO | The Dark Age of the Lowla... (2300172486)

    Holocene drift-sand activity in the northwest European sand belt is commonly directly linked to population pressure (agricultural activity) or to climate change (e.g. storminess). In the Pleistocene sand areas of the Netherlands, small-scale Holocene drift-sand activity...

  • publication . Article . 2018
    Open Access English
    Authors:
    H.J. Pierik; Rowin J. van Lanen; Marjolein T.I.J. Gouw-Bouman; Bert J. Groenewoudt; Jakob Wallinga; Wim Z. Hoek;
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    Publisher: SAGE Publications
    Project: NWO | The Dark Age of the Lowla... (2300172486)

    <jats:p> Holocene drift-sand activity in the northwest European sand belt is commonly directly linked to population pressure (agricultural activity) or to climate change (e.g. storminess). In the Pleistocene sand areas of the Netherlands, small-scale Holocene drift-sand...

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  • publication . Article . 2018
    Open Access English
    Authors:
    Willem F. Vletter; Rowin J. van Lanen;
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    Publisher: Stockholm University Press
    Project: NWO | The Dark Age of the Lowla... (2300172486)

    Route networks are influenced by cultural and environmental dynamics. Consequently, route networks themselves often are dynamic as well. This is especially true in lowland areas, such as the Netherlands, where environmental processes (e.g. geomorphological changes, floo...

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  • publication . Article . 2017
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    Authors:
    Jansma, Esther; Van Lanen, Rowin; Pierik, H.J.;
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    Project: NWO | The Dark Age of the Lowla... (2300172486)

    A landscape-archaeological reconstruction of long-distance riverine communication routes in the Low Countries, presenting initial results of the Dark Age of the Lowlands in an Interdisciplinary Light project

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  • publication . Article . 2016
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    Authors:
    Rowin J. van Lanen; Bert J. Groenewoudt; Theo Spek; Esther Jansma;
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    Project: NWO | The Dark Age of the Lowla... (2300172486)

    Research on route-network stability is rare. In time, due to cultural and/or natural causes, settlement locations and route orientation shift. The nature of these spatial changes sheds light on the complex interaction between settlements and surrounding natural landscap...

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