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Ronald van Balen

POSITION: PROFESSOR | QUATERNARY GEOLOGY
TNO UNIT: ENERGY TRANSITION (GEOMODELLING)
UNIVERSITY: VRIJE UNIVERSITEIT AMSTERDAM
 
TNO LOCATION: UTRECHT
EMAIL: [email protected] / [email protected]
TEL: +31888665395

RESEARCH AREA

[Describe briefly your main research area, your ambitions within that research area and how these relate to TNO’s goals; max. 200 words]

Unravelling the impact of climate change, sea level change and tectonic motions on the evolution and composition of the Dutch subsurface, including its aggregates and groundwater resources, and the archeological record.

RECENT RESULTS

New insights into the impacts of faults on the fluvial history, hydrogeology, archeology and seismicity in the southern Netherlands was studied.

PHD SUPERVISION

  • Hessel Woolderink (NWO)
  • Hans van Hateren (VU internal)
  • Fei Peng (Chinese Scholarship Council)
  • Rimbaud Lapperre (prov. Brabant, Brabant Water, Waterschap Aa&Maas)
  • Ewerton da Silva (ITN)

TOP PUBLICATIONS

  • T. Van Balen, M.A.J. Bakker, C. Kasse, H. Woolderink. Late Glacial surface rupturing earthquake at the Peel Boundary fault zone, Roer Valley Rift System, the Netherlands. Quaternary Science Reviews 218:254, 2019
  • A.G. Woolderink, C. Kasse, K. M., Cohen, W.Z. Hoek, R.T. Van Balen, Spatial and temporal variations in river terrace formation, preservation and morphology. Lower Meuse Valley, the Netherlands, Quaternary Research, 1-22, 2018
  • Peng, M.A. Prins, C. Kasse, K.M. Cohen, N. Van der Putten, J. Van der Lubbe, W.H.J. Toonen, R.T. Van Balen, An improved method for paleoflood reconstruction and flooding phase identification, applied to the Meuse River in the Netherlands, Global and Planetary Change 177. 2019.

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