The Physical Geography of Western Europe

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Acknowledgements

The authors, editor, and publishers wish to thank the following, those who helped with the preparation of this volume, and those who have kindly given permission for the use of copyright material.

Franca Geerdes (Utrecht University) has been a great help during all stages of preparation of this volume. She conducted a lively correspondence with (potential) authors, reviewers, and publishers, and assisted in the preparation of the manuscripts in many ways. Nigel Pears (formerly University of Leicester) has been very helpful in correcting the English texts prepared by German, French, Dutch, Danish, and Italian authors. Special thanks are due to Joke Koster–van Dijk (Huizen) for thoroughly checking manuscripts during various stages of preparation.

We are grateful to the members of the Cartographic Department of the Faculty of Geosciences (Utrecht University), in particular to Margriet Ganzeveld, Margot Stoete, and Gerard van Bethlehem, who have prepared all artwork, including the reproduction of the photographic plates. Their graphic and photographic expertise is gratefully acknowledged and their patience with a demanding editor is very much appreciated.

Unless otherwise indicated all photographs are made by the authors. The following persons have kindly given permission for the use of additional photographic material: Yvette Dewolf (Paris) for Fig. 6.4; Leo Tebbens (Utrecht) for Fig. 6.7; Henk Berendsen (Utrecht) for Figs. 6.14 and 6.15; Philippe Larroudé (Grenoble) for Figs. 7.11 and 7.12; Simon Smit—Fotografie (Den Burg) for Fig. 8.13; Bernd Probst (Melsdorf) for Fig. 10.5; Pim Beukenkamp (Utrecht) for Figs. 11.6, 11.7, 11.8, 11.13, 11.15, 19.2, 19.3, and 20.3; Hans Middelkoop (Utrecht) for Fig. 11.12; Lothar Eissmann (Leipzig) for Figs. 11.14 and 21.6; Jean–François Billet (Lille) for Fig. 14.10; Michèle Evin (Amiens) for Fig. 14.16; Roger Langohr (Ghent) for Fig. 16.14; Jan van Mourik (Universiteit van Amsterdam) for Fig. 16.15; Stiboka Collection (Wageningen) for Fig. 16.21; Jean Trautmann (Strasbourg) for Fig. 18.2; Daniel Delahaye (Université de Rouen) for Fig. 18.4; Jean Philippe Malet (Université de Strasbourg) for Fig. 18.16; Monsieur Casabonne (Maire d’Arette, France) for Fig. 18.8; François Valla (Cemagref Grenoble) for Fig. 18.19; François Rapin (Cemagref Grenoble) for Fig. 18.20. Eduard Koster has provided additional photographs for Figs. 3.9B, 3.9c, 3.12A, 3.12B, 4.4, 4.6, 4.7, 4.8, 4.11, 4.12, 21.4, 21.7, and 21.12.

Our sincere thanks go to the following reviewers, whose comments helped to improve earlier drafts of the chapters: Theo van Asch, Pieter Augustinus, Henk Berendsen, Pim Beukenkamp, Jan Boerma, Wim Hoek, Hans Middelkoop, Peter de Ruiter, Henk van Steijn, Leo Tebbens, Joost Terwindt, Jos Verhoeven, and Stan White (Utrecht University), Yvonne Battiau–Queney (University of Science and Technology of Lille), Tom Bloemers, Bas van Geel, and Joke Koster–van Dijk (University of Amsterdam), Margot Böse (Free University of Berlin), Peter Buurman (Wageningen University), Alain Demoulin and Albert Pissart (University of Liège), Jos Dijkmans (Netherlands Institute of Applied Geoscience [TNO]), Richard Dikau (University of Bonn), Jürgen Ehlers (Hamburg Geological Survey), Bernard Etlicher (University of Saint–Étienne), Clare Goodess (University of East Anglia), Leendert Louwe Kooijmans (University of Leiden), Koen Kramer (Alterra Wageningen), Jean–Pierre Lautridou (Centre de Géomorphologie [CNRS], Caen), Ernst Look (Niedersächsisches Landesambt für Bodenforschung, Hannover), Jaap van der Meer (Queen Mary, University of London), Hans–Heinrich Meyer (University of Applied Sciences, Erfurt), Maurizio

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