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Bayesian inversion of a CRN depth profile to infer Quaternary erosion of the northwesternCampine Plateau (NE Belgium)

Bibliographic reference Laloy, Eric ; Beerten, Koen ; Vanacker, Veerle ; Christl, Marcus ; Rogiers, Bart ; et. al. Bayesian inversion of a CRN depth profile to infer Quaternary erosion of the northwesternCampine Plateau (NE Belgium). In: Earth Surface Dynamics, Vol. 5, no.3, p. 331-345 (2017)
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