Research School for Socio-Economic and
Natural Sciences of the Environment
Research School for Socio-Economic and
Natural Sciences of the Environment
Agenda

Luminescence dating of discontinuous geological archives - the power of high-resolution geochronological data sets

Date: 07 April 2017
Time: 13:30 - 16:30
Location: Utrecht University, Ruppert 033, Ruppertgebouw, Leuvenlaan 21 in Utrecht

Programme:

13.30   Welcome

  • 13.40   Dating the world’s largest Holocene beach-ridge plain in southern Mexico (Kees Nooren, UU)
  • 14.00   Reconstructing accretion rate on a subsiding salt marsh using OSL (Sjoerd Postma, WUR)
  • 14.20   Intertidal sediment accretion under accelerated sea level rise – example from Ameland (Ad v/d Spek, Deltares /UU)
  • 14.40   Historical morphodynamics of the Overijsselse Vecht: evolution of extreme meanders (Cindy Quik, WUR)

15.00   Tea Break

  • 15.30   The chronology of Trinil – a key site to study human evolution on East Java (Indonesia) (José Joordens, LU)
  • 15.50   The recurrence of river avulsion in Bolivia (Rick Donselaar, TUD)
  • 16.10   Reconstructing drift-sand activity in the Netherlands (Harm-Jan Pierik, UU)

16.30   Drinks

Attendance is free, registration not needed

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