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R. Dreesen, M. Dusar, J. Matthijs, M. Van Den Eeckhaut, F. Gullentops and J. Poesen (2014)

An exceptional landslide tongue near Alden Biesen (Limburg, Belgium): the relevance of temporary exposures of the subsoil for elucidating complex geological history.

Relicta Monografie├źn, 9:87-104.

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In: Erwin Meylemans, Jean Poesen & Ingrid In 't Ven (Eds.) The Archaeology of Erosion, the Erosion of Archaeology. Proceedings of the Brussels Conference, april 28-30 2008.
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