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Middle-Late Pleistocene landscape evolution of the Dover Strait inferred from buried and submerged erosional landforms

(2019) QUATERNARY SCIENCE REVIEWS. 203. p.209-232
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Geomorphology, Pleistocene, Palaeogeography, Megaflood, Western Europe, NORTH-SEA BASIN, EUROPEAN ICE-SHEET, ENGLISH-CHANNEL, TUNNEL-VALLEYS, RIVER, MORPHOLOGY, BRITAIN, BEDROCK, ORIGIN, SHELF

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Garcia Moreno, David et al. “Middle-Late Pleistocene Landscape Evolution of the Dover Strait Inferred from Buried and Submerged Erosional Landforms.” QUATERNARY SCIENCE REVIEWS 203 (2019): 209–232. Print.
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Garcia Moreno, D., Gupta, S., Collier, J. S., Oggioni, F., Vanneste, K., Trentesaux, A., Verbeeck, K., et al. (2019). Middle-Late Pleistocene landscape evolution of the Dover Strait inferred from buried and submerged erosional landforms. QUATERNARY SCIENCE REVIEWS, 203, 209–232.
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Garcia Moreno, David, Sanjeev Gupta, Jenny S Collier, Francesca Oggioni, Kris Vanneste, Alain Trentesaux, Koen Verbeeck, et al. 2019. “Middle-Late Pleistocene Landscape Evolution of the Dover Strait Inferred from Buried and Submerged Erosional Landforms.” Quaternary Science Reviews 203: 209–232.
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Garcia Moreno, David, Sanjeev Gupta, Jenny S Collier, Francesca Oggioni, Kris Vanneste, Alain Trentesaux, Koen Verbeeck, Wim Versteeg, Herve Jomard, Thierry Camelbeeck, and Marc De Batist. 2019. “Middle-Late Pleistocene Landscape Evolution of the Dover Strait Inferred from Buried and Submerged Erosional Landforms.” Quaternary Science Reviews 203: 209–232.
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Garcia Moreno D, Gupta S, Collier JS, Oggioni F, Vanneste K, Trentesaux A, et al. Middle-Late Pleistocene landscape evolution of the Dover Strait inferred from buried and submerged erosional landforms. QUATERNARY SCIENCE REVIEWS. 2019;203:209–32.
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D. Garcia Moreno et al., “Middle-Late Pleistocene landscape evolution of the Dover Strait inferred from buried and submerged erosional landforms,” QUATERNARY SCIENCE REVIEWS, vol. 203, pp. 209–232, 2019.
@article{8589339,
  author       = {Garcia Moreno, David and Gupta, Sanjeev and Collier, Jenny S and Oggioni, Francesca and Vanneste, Kris and Trentesaux, Alain and Verbeeck, Koen and Versteeg, Wim and Jomard, Herve and Camelbeeck, Thierry and De Batist, Marc},
  issn         = {0277-3791},
  journal      = {QUATERNARY SCIENCE REVIEWS},
  keywords     = {Geomorphology,Pleistocene,Palaeogeography,Megaflood,Western Europe,NORTH-SEA BASIN,EUROPEAN ICE-SHEET,ENGLISH-CHANNEL,TUNNEL-VALLEYS,RIVER,MORPHOLOGY,BRITAIN,BEDROCK,ORIGIN,SHELF},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {209--232},
  title        = {Middle-Late Pleistocene landscape evolution of the Dover Strait inferred from buried and submerged erosional landforms},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.quascirev.2018.11.011},
  volume       = {203},
  year         = {2019},
}

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