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  • Symposium on advances in vegetation science, Nijmegen, The Netherlands, May 1979. Classification and ordination
  • Lithostratigraphy and provenance of the Early-Pleistocene deposits in the southern Netherlands and northern Belgium
  • An almost complete Early-Pleistocene sequence of the Tegelen and Kedichem Formation has been studied in the southern Netherlands and northern Belgium. Former Dutch and Belgian lithostratigraphic units are correlated and a new, more detailed
  • Periglacial environments during the Early Pleistocene in the Southern Netherlands and Northern Belgium
  • The palaeoenvironment of three Early Pleistocene glacials in The Netherlands and Belgium are studied : the intra-Tiglian Beerse glacial and the Eburonian and Menapian cold stages. Climatic conditions are expressed by specific periglacial phenomena
  • Sea level, groundwater and basal peat growth-a reassessment of data from the Netherlands
  • An analysis is made of the relative time-depth positions for published data from the base of the so-called Lower Peat in The Netherlands. Development of this peat is generally linked with the Holocene sea-level rise. Emphasis is placed
  • A micromorphological and chemical study of a buried Saalian till deposit in the northern part of the Netherlands
  • Symposium on advances in vegetation science, Nijmegen, The Netherlands, May 1979. Succession
  • The development of blowouts in De Blink, a coastal dune area near Noordwijkerhout, the Netherlands
  • Glacigenic properties of till. Studies in glacial sedimentology from the Allgäu Alps and The Netherlands.
  • Outline of river adjustments in small river basins in Belgium and the Netherlands since the Upper Pleniglacial in Lake, mire and river environments during the last 15.000 years.
  • Small river-basins in lowland areas of Belgium and The Netherlands show four episodic river adjustments since the Upper Pleniglacial, dated at the end of the Pleniglacial/early Late Glacial and the Late Dryas, Boreal, and Subboreal/Subatlantic
  • The Stokersdobbe: geology and palynology of a deep pingo remnant in Friesland (The Netherlands)
  • in The Netherlands, the Stokersdobbe is at its base filled with sand and gravel overlaid by a loam deposit of Bolling age. The decay of the pingo could be dated between 13.000 (Bolling) and 18.000 radiocarbon years B.P. The period of growth of the pingo is correlated
  • Analysis of regional differences of forecasts with the multi-layer model in the Netherlands.
  • Downstream changes of total and partitioned metal concentrations in the flood deposits of the River Geul (the Netherlands)
  • Morphological effects of Pleistocene faulting in unconsolidated sediments (Central Graben, Netherlands)
  • Changing fluvial style of periglacial lowland rivers during the Weichselian Pleniglacial in the eastern Netherlands in Periglacial processes and landforms.
  • Abrasion as an agent for sand supply in a Holocene lagoon, Almere and Zuiderzee members, Groningen formation, in the Netherlands
  • Pliozäne und pleistozäne gestauchte Ablagerungen bei Emmerschans, Drenthe, Niederlande Pliocene and pleistocene ice-pushed deposits near Emmerschans, Drenthe, The Netherlands
  • A palynological investigation of the Moershoofd, Hengelo, and Denekamp interstadials in the Netherlands
  • Radiocarbon dating of vegetation horizons, illustrated by an example from the Holocene coastal plain in the northern Netherlands
  • The shallow structure of the Roggenplaat (the Netherlands) as deduced from high-resolution multi-channel seismic profiling
  • Hydrochemical facies analysis of coastal dunes and adjacent low lands : the Netherlands as an example in Dunes of the European Coasts. Geomorphology - Hydrology - Soils.