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Using a multi-receiver survey of apparent electrical conductivity to reconstruct a Holocene tidal channel in a polder area

(2012) CATENA. 95. p.104-111
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BELGIAN COASTAL-PLAIN, ELECTROMAGNETIC INDUCTION SENSOR, Three-layered soil model, Depth modelling, Tidal channel, Electromagnetic induction, Proximal soil sensor, ECa, SOIL-SALINITY, EM38DD, DEPTH, MAP

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Saey, Timothy, Mohammad Monirul Islam, Philippe De Smedt, Eef Meerschman, Ellen Van De Vijver, Alexander Lehouck, and Marc Van Meirvenne. 2012. “Using a Multi-receiver Survey of Apparent Electrical Conductivity to Reconstruct a Holocene Tidal Channel in a Polder Area.” Catena 95: 104–111.
APA
Saey, T., Islam, M. M., De Smedt, P., Meerschman, E., Van De Vijver, E., Lehouck, A., & Van Meirvenne, M. (2012). Using a multi-receiver survey of apparent electrical conductivity to reconstruct a Holocene tidal channel in a polder area. CATENA, 95, 104–111.
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Saey T, Islam MM, De Smedt P, Meerschman E, Van De Vijver E, Lehouck A, et al. Using a multi-receiver survey of apparent electrical conductivity to reconstruct a Holocene tidal channel in a polder area. CATENA. 2012;95:104–11.
MLA
Saey, Timothy, Mohammad Monirul Islam, Philippe De Smedt, et al. “Using a Multi-receiver Survey of Apparent Electrical Conductivity to Reconstruct a Holocene Tidal Channel in a Polder Area.” CATENA 95 (2012): 104–111. Print.
@article{3009374,
  author       = {Saey, Timothy and Islam, Mohammad Monirul and De Smedt, Philippe and Meerschman, Eef and Van De Vijver, Ellen and Lehouck, Alexander and Van Meirvenne, Marc},
  issn         = {0341-8162},
  journal      = {CATENA},
  keyword      = {BELGIAN COASTAL-PLAIN,ELECTROMAGNETIC INDUCTION SENSOR,Three-layered soil model,Depth modelling,Tidal channel,Electromagnetic induction,Proximal soil sensor,ECa,SOIL-SALINITY,EM38DD,DEPTH,MAP},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {104--111},
  title        = {Using a multi-receiver survey of apparent electrical conductivity to reconstruct a Holocene tidal channel in a polder area},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.catena.2012.02.001},
  volume       = {95},
  year         = {2012},
}

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