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A Geoarchaeological Reconstruction of the Late Quaternary Landscape Evolution of a Historical Gold Mining Area in the Portuguese Tagus Valley (Arneiro, Nisa, Nordeste Alentejano).

Sarah Deprez UGent and Morgan De Dapper UGent (2008) Landscape Evolution & Geoarchaeology. p.13-14
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Landscape Evolution & Geoarchaeology
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13-14 pages
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yes
classification
C1
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425363
handle
http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-425363
date created
2008-07-02 09:57:00
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@inproceedings{425363,
  author       = {Deprez, Sarah and De Dapper, Morgan},
  booktitle    = {Landscape Evolution \& Geoarchaeology},
  pages        = {13--14},
  title        = {A Geoarchaeological Reconstruction of the Late Quaternary Landscape Evolution of a Historical Gold Mining Area in the Portuguese Tagus Valley (Arneiro, Nisa, Nordeste Alentejano).},
  year         = {2008},
}

Chicago
Deprez, Sarah, and Morgan De Dapper. 2008. “A Geoarchaeological Reconstruction of the Late Quaternary Landscape Evolution of a Historical Gold Mining Area in the Portuguese Tagus Valley (Arneiro, Nisa, Nordeste Alentejano).” In Landscape Evolution & Geoarchaeology, 13–14.
APA
Deprez, S., & De Dapper, M. (2008). A Geoarchaeological Reconstruction of the Late Quaternary Landscape Evolution of a Historical Gold Mining Area in the Portuguese Tagus Valley (Arneiro, Nisa, Nordeste Alentejano). Landscape Evolution & Geoarchaeology (pp. 13–14).
Vancouver
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Deprez S, De Dapper M. A Geoarchaeological Reconstruction of the Late Quaternary Landscape Evolution of a Historical Gold Mining Area in the Portuguese Tagus Valley (Arneiro, Nisa, Nordeste Alentejano). Landscape Evolution & Geoarchaeology. 2008. p. 13–4.
MLA
Deprez, Sarah, and Morgan De Dapper. “A Geoarchaeological Reconstruction of the Late Quaternary Landscape Evolution of a Historical Gold Mining Area in the Portuguese Tagus Valley (Arneiro, Nisa, Nordeste Alentejano).” Landscape Evolution & Geoarchaeology. 2008. 13–14. Print.