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Hydrogeological aspects of Eocene clay layers in Flanders: Ypresian Clay and Bartonian Clay. Origin, Process, and Effects of Subsurface Sediment Mobilisation on Reservoir to Regional Scale, Gent, 2001. Proceedings.

Kristine Walraevens UGent, Marleen Coetsiers, Dirk De Smet, Kristine Martens and Marc Van Camp UGent
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  title        = {Hydrogeological aspects of Eocene clay layers in Flanders: Ypresian Clay and Bartonian Clay. Origin, Process, and Effects of Subsurface Sediment Mobilisation on Reservoir to Regional Scale, Gent, 2001. Proceedings.},
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Chicago
Walraevens, Kristine, Marleen Coetsiers, Dirk De Smet, Kristine Martens, and Marc Van Camp. “Hydrogeological Aspects of Eocene Clay Layers in Flanders: Ypresian Clay and Bartonian Clay. Origin, Process, and Effects of Subsurface Sediment Mobilisation on Reservoir to Regional Scale, Gent, 2001. Proceedings.” In .
APA
Walraevens, K., Coetsiers, M., De Smet, D., Martens, K., & Van Camp, M. (n.d.). Hydrogeological aspects of Eocene clay layers in Flanders: Ypresian Clay and Bartonian Clay. Origin, Process, and Effects of Subsurface Sediment Mobilisation on Reservoir to Regional Scale, Gent, 2001. Proceedings.
Vancouver
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Walraevens K, Coetsiers M, De Smet D, Martens K, Van Camp M. Hydrogeological aspects of Eocene clay layers in Flanders: Ypresian Clay and Bartonian Clay. Origin, Process, and Effects of Subsurface Sediment Mobilisation on Reservoir to Regional Scale, Gent, 2001. Proceedings.
MLA
Walraevens, Kristine, Marleen Coetsiers, Dirk De Smet, et al. “Hydrogeological Aspects of Eocene Clay Layers in Flanders: Ypresian Clay and Bartonian Clay. Origin, Process, and Effects of Subsurface Sediment Mobilisation on Reservoir to Regional Scale, Gent, 2001. Proceedings.” Print.