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Advokaat, Eldert L. (author), van Hinsbergen, Douwe J.J. (author), Kaymakcıc, Nuretdin (author), Vissers, Reinoud L.M. (author), Hendrikse, Bart W. H. (author)
https://doi.org/10.1080/00206814.2014.954279
report 2014
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Bliekendaal, Erik (author)
A extensive overview of the literature discussion on magma chamber evolution is presented. There are two end-member models, the large magma chamber and the incremental pluton growth. This author considers both models for valid and concludes that only detailed study of a pluton can reveal to what extent which model is most plausible. From field...
report 2012
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van Lipzig, M.L.H.M. (author)
report 2011
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Dijkhuizen, Anja (author)
report 2011
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Koopman, Marijn (author)
The Ilgin Basin in Central Anatolia is the southeastern extension of the Akşehir-Afyon Basin, situated at the eastern periphery of the Isparta Angle region. The basin geometry, its patterns of sediment infill and its kinematics are controlled by the interference between Late Cenozoic (i.e. neotectonic) overprints and re-activation of old,...
report 2011
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Grothe, Arjen (author)
Upper Cretaceous and Paleogene sediments in the Tarim Basin (western China) are archive of the easternmost remnants of the early Paratethys Sea, an epicontinental sea that covered a large part of Eurasia and probably extended into the Mediterranean Tethys in the west. Its final retreat out of the Tarim Basin has been suggested to be associated...
report 2011
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van Rossem, Lisa (author)
report 2011
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Klaver, Martijn (author)
The Bakhuis granulite belt (western Suriname) consists of an early Proterozoic high-grade supracrustal sequence characterised by ubiquitous compositional banding. Orthopyroxene is invariably present in both the mafic and dominant quartzofeldspathic lithologies. Locally, the Bakhuis belt has experienced ultrahigh-temperature metamorphic...
report 2011
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Karimlou, Gosro (author)
The impact of an abandoned hydraulic gold mine and an open cast copper-gold mine on the quality of fine-grained sediment (<63 μm) was investigated at several creeks in the Quesnel river catchment catchment in British Columbia, Canada. Bed sediment samples, suspended sediment samples, vertical profiles and/or corings were collected at five field...
report 2011
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Kil, R.A. (author)
The island of Favignana provides an exceptional three-dimensional insight in the architecture of a Lower Pleistocene bioclastic calcarenite complex. Due to the degree of quarrying, a large amount of outcrops is available in the eastern part of the island. Two campaigns resulted in the logging of stratigraphic sections, recording of sedimentary...
report 2010
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de Haas, Tjalling (author)
The upper Columbia River is an anastomosing river. Anastomosing rivers consist of a network of channels enclosing floodbasins. The factors that determine the configuration of river networks such as the upper Columbia River are unknown. Additionally the origin of anastomosing rivers is unclear. Two main theories exist on the origin of anastomosis...
report 2010
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Lavooi, Eva (author)
report 2010
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Groen, Ralph Dirk (author)
report 2010
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Peters, karlijn (author)
report 2010
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Klompmaker, Adiël (author)
report 2010
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Klompmaker, Adiël A. (author), Artal, Pedro (author), van Bakel, Barry W. M. (author), Fraaije, René H. B. (author), Jagt, John W. M. (author)
All known etyid crabs (Crustacea, Decapoda) from the upper Albian – lower Cenomanian Aldoirar coralgal-dominated patch reef (Albeniz Unit, Eguino Formation), as exposed at the disused Koskobilo quarry in Navarra, northern Spain, are described, discussed and illustrated. A new species, Xanthosia koskobiloensis, the first member of the genus on...
report 2010
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Bakker, R.R. (author)
The island of Timor, SE Asia is the result of Arc-continent collision of the Banda Arc with the Australian Continental margin. Shortening of the Australian plate strata leads to thickening of the crust. Assuming isostasy, this should cause uplift. We hypothesize that the uplift of Timor can be explained by the built-up of a fold-and-thrust belt....
report 2010
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van Lipzig, Marloes (author), Karimlou, Gosro (author)
report 2010
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Gilding, Douglas (author)
report 2010
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Reichgelt, Tammo (author)
report 2010
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