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Development of plateau dunes controlled by iron pan formation and changes in land use and climate

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Development of plateau dunes controlled by iron pan formation and changes in land use and climate. / Breuning-Madsen, Henrik; Bird, Karen Lise; Balstrøm, Thomas; Elberling, Bo; Kroon, Aart; Lei, Else Benete.

I: Catena, Bind 171, 01.12.2018, s. 580-587.

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Breuning-Madsen, H, Bird, KL, Balstrøm, T, Elberling, B, Kroon, A & Lei, EB 2018, 'Development of plateau dunes controlled by iron pan formation and changes in land use and climate', Catena, bind 171, s. 580-587. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.catena.2018.07.011

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Breuning-Madsen, H., Bird, K. L., Balstrøm, T., Elberling, B., Kroon, A., & Lei, E. B. (2018). Development of plateau dunes controlled by iron pan formation and changes in land use and climate. Catena, 171, 580-587. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.catena.2018.07.011

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Breuning-Madsen H, Bird KL, Balstrøm T, Elberling B, Kroon A, Lei EB. Development of plateau dunes controlled by iron pan formation and changes in land use and climate. Catena. 2018 dec 1;171:580-587. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.catena.2018.07.011

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Breuning-Madsen, Henrik ; Bird, Karen Lise ; Balstrøm, Thomas ; Elberling, Bo ; Kroon, Aart ; Lei, Else Benete. / Development of plateau dunes controlled by iron pan formation and changes in land use and climate. I: Catena. 2018 ; Bind 171. s. 580-587.

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title = "Development of plateau dunes controlled by iron pan formation and changes in land use and climate",
abstract = "Plateau dunes are unique landforms which formed as erosion relicts in blow-out areas in Late Pleistocene sandydeposits. They are negative forms in contrast to normal dunes where sand is accumulated (positive form).Plateau dunes are located in the European Aeolian Sand Belt in the Netherlands, Germany and Denmark and theyare flat-topped features with a bog in the central part often covered by a thin aeolian sand layer. A conceptualmodel of formation and further development of plateau dunes in time are presented in detail, using 14C dates ofburied peat layers and OSL dates of sandy sediments. Special focus is on the influence of climate factors, pedology,and human activity on the formation of plateau dunes.",
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T1 - Development of plateau dunes controlled by iron pan formation and changes in land use and climate

AU - Breuning-Madsen, Henrik

AU - Bird, Karen Lise

AU - Balstrøm, Thomas

AU - Elberling, Bo

AU - Kroon, Aart

AU - Lei, Else Benete

PY - 2018/12/1

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N2 - Plateau dunes are unique landforms which formed as erosion relicts in blow-out areas in Late Pleistocene sandydeposits. They are negative forms in contrast to normal dunes where sand is accumulated (positive form).Plateau dunes are located in the European Aeolian Sand Belt in the Netherlands, Germany and Denmark and theyare flat-topped features with a bog in the central part often covered by a thin aeolian sand layer. A conceptualmodel of formation and further development of plateau dunes in time are presented in detail, using 14C dates ofburied peat layers and OSL dates of sandy sediments. Special focus is on the influence of climate factors, pedology,and human activity on the formation of plateau dunes.

AB - Plateau dunes are unique landforms which formed as erosion relicts in blow-out areas in Late Pleistocene sandydeposits. They are negative forms in contrast to normal dunes where sand is accumulated (positive form).Plateau dunes are located in the European Aeolian Sand Belt in the Netherlands, Germany and Denmark and theyare flat-topped features with a bog in the central part often covered by a thin aeolian sand layer. A conceptualmodel of formation and further development of plateau dunes in time are presented in detail, using 14C dates ofburied peat layers and OSL dates of sandy sediments. Special focus is on the influence of climate factors, pedology,and human activity on the formation of plateau dunes.

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DO - 10.1016/j.catena.2018.07.011

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