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Past landscapes and present-day techniques: reconstructing 'submerged' medieval landscapes in the western part of Sealand Flanders

(2005) LANDSCAPE HISTORY. 27. p.52-64
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Vanslembrouck, Nele, Alexander Lehouck, and Erik Thoen. 2005. “Past Landscapes and Present-day Techniques: Reconstructing ‘Submerged’ Medieval Landscapes in the Western Part of Sealand Flanders.” Landscape History 27: 52–64.
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Vanslembrouck, N., Lehouck, A., & Thoen, E. (2005). Past landscapes and present-day techniques: reconstructing “submerged” medieval landscapes in the western part of Sealand Flanders. LANDSCAPE HISTORY, 27, 52–64.
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Vanslembrouck N, Lehouck A, Thoen E. Past landscapes and present-day techniques: reconstructing “submerged” medieval landscapes in the western part of Sealand Flanders. LANDSCAPE HISTORY. UNITED KINGDOM: The Society; 2005;27:52–64.
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Vanslembrouck, Nele, Alexander Lehouck, and Erik Thoen. “Past Landscapes and Present-day Techniques: Reconstructing ‘Submerged’ Medieval Landscapes in the Western Part of Sealand Flanders.” LANDSCAPE HISTORY 27 (2005): 52–64. Print.
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  author       = {Vanslembrouck, Nele and Lehouck, Alexander and Thoen, Erik},
  issn         = {0143-3768},
  journal      = {LANDSCAPE HISTORY},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {52--64},
  publisher    = {The Society},
  title        = {Past landscapes and present-day techniques: reconstructing 'submerged' medieval landscapes in the western part of Sealand Flanders},
  volume       = {27},
  year         = {2005},
}