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Dr. Dick van der Wateren


Dr. Dick van der Wateren

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Landforms - Science & Media
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Résumé

News Editor & PR Manager at COSIS.net. I own Amsterdam-based companies Landforms Science & Media, specialising in science communication and Boks Communicatie, offering communication training and coaching in schools. Documentary films and education projects are among the other activities of Landforms Science & Media. Landforms Science & Media has run the Press Office for the European Geosciences Union from 2003 to 2011.

My research as a geologist took me to Antarctica, Spitsbergen, Southern Africa and places all over NW Europe. Starting in the summer of 2010, I participate in research in Central Sweden of 1.9 billion year old metasediments and volcanics. Please click on map below to find my geotagged publications. Scroll down for my Antarctic publications.




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Publications

 
Date Publication
2004 Book Section: Till and moraine emplacement in a deforming bed surge—an example from a marine environment
Boulton, G S Van Der Meer, J J M Hart, J Beets, D Ruegg, G H J Van Der Wateren, F M Jarvis, J
Elsevier
2003 Book Section: Ice-marginal terrestrial landsystems: Southern Scandinavian Ice Sheet Margin
Van der Wateren, F.M.
ISBN: 978-0340806661
In COSIS.net Bookshop
2002 Article: Neotectonic evolution and sediment budget of the Meuse catchment in the Ardennes and the Roer Valley Rift System Roer Valley Rift System
Van Balen, R T Houtgast, R F Wateren, F M Van Der Vandenberghe, J
Netherlands Journal of Geosciences / Geologie en Mijnbouw, 81, 211-215
2002 Book Section: Processes of Glaciotectonism
Van der Wateren, F.M.
ISBN: 978-0750642262
Book
2001 Article: Late Neogene passive margin denudation history - cosmogenic isotope measurements from the Central Namib desert
Van der Wateren, F.M., & Dunai, T.J.
Global and Planetary Change, 30, 267-303
Article
2000 Article: Cenozoic Glaciation of the Rennick Glacier Area, the Everett Range and Yule Bay Area, Antarctica
Van Der Wateren, Frederik M Verbers, Anja L L M
Polarforschung, 60, 73-77
2000 Article: Sediment budget and tectonic evolution of the Meuse catchment in the Ardennes and the Roer Valley Rift System
Van Balen, R T Hougast, R F Van Der Wateren, F M Vandenberghe, J Bogaart, P W
Global and Planetary Change, 27, 113-129
2000 Book Section: Kinematic indicators of subglacial shearing
Van der Wateren, F.M., Kluiving, S.J., & Bartek, L.R.
ISBN: 978-1-86239-072-0
Chapter
Book
1999 Article: Feedbacks of lithosphere dynamics and environmental change of the Cenozoic West Antarctic Rift System
Van Der Wateren, Frederik M & Cloetingh, S A P L
Global and Planetary Change, 23, 1-24
Article
1999 Article: Contrasting Neogene denudation histories of different structural regions in the Transantarctic Mountains rift flank constrained by cosmogenic isotope measurements
Van der Wateren, F.M., Dunai, T.J., Van Balen, R.T., Klas, W., Verbers, A.L.L.M., Passchier, S., & Herpers, U.
Global and Planetary Change, 23, 145-172
Article
1999 Article: Lithosphere Dynamics and Environmental Change of the Cenozoic West Antarctic Rift System, Special Issue
Van der Wateren, F.M., & Cloetingh, S.A.P.L. (eds.)
Global and Planetary Change, 23, 1-248
1999 Article: Structural geology and sedimentology of the Heiligenhafen till section, Northern Germany
Van der Wateren, F.M.
Quaternary Science Reviews, 18, 1625-1639
article
1998 Article: Sublimation of ice through sediment in Beacon Valley, Antarctica
Hindmarsh, R C A Van Der Wateren, F M Verbers, Anja L L M
Geografiska Annaler Series A Physical Geography, 80A, 209-219
1996 Article: Till and moraine emplacement in a deforming bed surge—an example from a marine environment
Boulton, G S Van Der Meer, J J M Hart, J Beets, D Ruegg, G H J Van Der Wateren, F M Jarvis, J
Quaternary Science Reviews, 15/10, 961–987
1995 Book Section: Processes of Glaciotectonism
Van der Wateren, F.M.
ISBN: 0750623527
1995 Article: Structural Geology and Sedimentology of Push Moraines. - Processes of soft sediment deformation in a glacial environment and the distribution of glaciotectonic styles
Van der Wateren, F.M.
Mededelingen Rijks Geologische Dienst, 54, 1-168
1995 Article: East Antarctic ice sheet; stabilists strike again
Van der Wateren, F.M., & Hindmarsh, R.C.A.
Nature, 376, 389-391
1994 Article: Proglacial subaquatic outwash fan and delta sediments in push moraines-indicators of subglacial meltwater activity
F.M. van der Wateren
Sedimentary Geology, 91, 145-172

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Geosciences, Geology, glacial geology, geomorphology, Antarctica, desert, structural geology, science communication, press officer, EGU, Namibia