As part of his studies on Oceanography, Cornelis Kasse often connects relevant areas like Permafrost. His Permafrost study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Oceanography. As part of his studies on Geomorphology, he frequently links adjacent subjects like Sinuosity. He regularly links together related areas like Geomorphology in his Sinuosity studies. In his research, he performs multidisciplinary study on Climate change and Younger Dryas. He applies his multidisciplinary studies on Younger Dryas and Climate change in his research. In his papers, he integrates diverse fields, such as Physical geography and Earth science. In his research, he performs multidisciplinary study on Earth science and Physical geography. Cornelis Kasse merges Paleontology with Pleistocene in his study.
His Paleontology study overlaps with Pleistocene, Archaeology and Quaternary. While working on this project, Cornelis Kasse studies both Archaeology and Paleontology. Other disciplines of study, such as Climate change and Climatology, are mixed together with his Oceanography studies. Cornelis Kasse applies his multidisciplinary studies on Climate change and Holocene in his research. Cornelis Kasse combines Holocene and Radiocarbon dating in his studies. Cornelis Kasse performs multidisciplinary study on Climatology and Oceanography in his works. Interglacial and Stadial are the two main areas of interest in his Glacial period studies. He incorporates Stadial and Glacial period in his studies. His study deals with a combination of Geomorphology and Aeolian processes.
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Late Pleistocene evolution of the Rhine-Meuse system in the southern North Sea basin: imprints of climate change, sea-level oscillation and glacio-isostacy
F.S. Busschers;C. Kasse;R.T. van Balen;J. Vandenberghe.
Quaternary Science Reviews (2007)
River response to variations of periglacial climate in mid-latitude Europe
J Mol;J Vandenberghe;C Kasse.
Sandy aeolian deposits and environments and their relation to climate during the Last Glacial Maximum and Lateglacial in northwest and central Europe
Cornelis Kees Kasse.
Progress in Physical Geography (2002)
Climate‐related river activity at the Weichselian‐Holocene transition: a comparative study of the Warta and Maas rivers
Jef Vandenberghe;C. Kasse;S.J.P. Bohncke;S. Kozarski.
Terra Nova (1994)
Response of the Rhine–Meuse fluvial system to Saalian ice‐sheet dynamics
F.S. Busschers;R.T. van Balen;K.M. Cohen;C. Kasse.
Late Pleistocene and Holocene palaeogeography of the Lower Tagus Valley (Portugal): effects of relative sea level, valley morphology and sediment supply
Geert-Jan Vis;Cornelis Kasse;Jef Vandenberghe.
Quaternary Science Reviews (2008)
Climatic change and fluvial dynamics of the Maas during the Late Weichselian and Early Holocene.
C. Kasse;Jef Vandenberghe;S.J.P. Bohncke.
Late Weichselian fluvio-aeolian sands and coversands of the type locality Grubbenvorst (southern Netherlands): sedimentary environments, climate record and age
C. Kasse;D. Vandenberghe;F. De Corte;P. Van Den Haute.
Journal of Quaternary Science (2007)
Sensitivity of Weichselian fluvial systems to climate change (Nochten mine, eastern Germany)
C Kasse;J Vandenberghe;J Van Huissteden;S.J.P Bohncke.
Quaternary Science Reviews (2003)
Detection of rapid climate change in Last Glacial fluvial successions in the Netherlands
J. van Huissteden;C. Kasse.
grid and pervasive computing (2001)
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