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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.

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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 .
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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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