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van der Stok-Nienhuis, J. (author)
The different phases in the life of archaeological objects can be described by artefact biography. This dissertation defines an updated version: artefact biography 2.0, and the life phases of Early Iron Age bronze studs from Oss-Zevenbergen, the Netherlands, are elaborated. Throughout the thesis, the research revolves around information value....
doctoral thesis 2017
van der Stok-Nienhuis, J. (author), Robbiola, Luc (author), Giuliani, Roberta (author), Joosten, Ineke (author), Huisman, Hans (author), van Os, Bertil (author), Sietsma, J. (author)
Curly malachite (CM) is found as a green cupric carbonate hydroxide corrosion product on archaeological bronze, mostly on artefacts retrieved from graves. In this paper, a morphological characterization approach is proposed, enabling the investigation of the formation process of CM. It is suggested that curly malachite precipitates from an...
journal article 2016
Nienhuis, J. (author), De Haan, C. (author), Langeveld, J.G. (author), Klootwijk, M. (author), Clemens, F.H.L.R. (author)
Distributed Temperature Sensing (DTS) with fiber-optic cables is a powerful tool to detect illicit connections in storm sewer systems. High frequency temperature measurements along the in-sewer cable create a detailed representation of temperature anomalies due to illicit discharges. The detection limits of the monitoring equipment itself are...
conference paper 2012