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P035 Buried valleys in the North Sea region: New investigations in the project BurVal Introduction 1 Buried valleys are deep glacial erosion structures with depth down to more than 500 m and length of up to 100 km. They occur in southern Scandinavia Poland and the Baltic States Northern Germany the Netherlands and the eastern part of the UK. The increasing importance of the buried valleys for the water supply makes systematical hydrogeological and geophysical investigations necessary to enable a water management in a sustainable and balanced way. Basically buried valleys influence – depending on their sedimentary filling – the

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2005-09-04
2020-10-24
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