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van der Vegt, H. (author), Storms, J.E.A. (author), Walstra, D.J.R. (author), Li, L. (author), Howes, N.C. (author), Nordahl, Kjetil (author), Martinius, A.W. (author)
Geological models are generated by interpretation and interpolation of sparse data. To limit uncertainty, relevant analogues are used to extrapolate knowledge of previously studied, well understood systems. However, these analogues only provide a snapshot of deposition. During delta progradation, sediment will not only be deposited, but is also...
abstract 2017
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van der Vegt, H. (author), Storms, J.E.A. (author), Walstra, D.J.R. (author), Li, L. (author), Nordahl, Kjetil (author), Martinius, A.W. (author), Howes, Nick (author)
abstract 2017
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Wang, Y. (author), Abels, H.A. (author), Storms, J.E.A. (author), Martinius, A.W. (author)
There are certain orbital cycles influencing the relative position and location of the earth towards the sun, resulting in the cyclic insolation received on the earth, which causes climate changes and subsequent environmental response in the catchment, including precipitation, temperature, and vegetation, and so on. Furthermore, such catchment...
abstract 2018
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van der Vegt, H. (author), Storms, J.E.A. (author), Walstra, D.J.R. (author), Li, L. (author), Nordahl, Kjetil (author), Martinius, A.W. (author), Howes, N.C. (author)
In deltaic deposits, the largest volumes of sandy deposits occur at the delta top (as channel accretion, overbank deposits) and as distinct or amalgamated sandy mouth bars in the upper delta front. We use process-based models to study the sediment distribution in four evolving deltas, each with a different input sediment profile. We show how the...
abstract 2018
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Wang, Y. (author), Storms, J.E.A. (author), Martinius, A.W. (author), Abels, H.A. (author)
Orbital climate forcing is demonstrated to result in cyclic changes as reflected in the catchment, including precipitation, temperature, vegetation, sediment supply and water discharge. All of these are known to largely impact alluvial architecture. Climate change related to the 21-kyr precession cycle was proposed as driver of regularly...
abstract 2018
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Azpiroz Zabala, M. (author), Storms, J.E.A. (author), van der Vegt, H. (author), Walstra, D.J.R. (author), Obradors-Latre, Arnau (author), Ponten, A. (author)
abstract 2019
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