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    Doelgericht kiezen van groenbemesters op kleigrond - Groenbemesterdag 2020
    Balen, Derk van; Molendijk, Leendert ; Haagsma, Wiepie - \ 2020
    'Betonnen' bovenlaag vraagt veel dieselolie
    Balen, Derk van; Ruiter, Harry de - \ 2020
    Groenbemester voorkomt laag beton
    Balen, Derk van - \ 2020
    Klimaatadaptatie in de open teelten : Inventarisatie van klimaattrends, risico’s en adaptatiemaatregelen voor boerenbedrijven inde open teelten
    Verstand, Daan ; Schaap, Ben ; Schoorlemmer, Herman ; Wolf, Pieter de; Balen, Derk van; Verhagen, Jan - \ 2020
    Wageningen : Stichting Wageningen Research, Wageningen Plant Research (WPR), Businessunits Open Teelten en Agrosysteemkunde (Rapport / Stichting Wageningen Research, Wageningen Plant Research (WPR), Businessunits Open Teelten en Agrosysteemkunde WPR 824) - 89
    Kosten en baten van beter bodembeheer
    Klompe, Koen ; Balen, Derk van; Wolf, Pieter de - \ 2020
    Klimaatadaptatie
    Balen, Derk van; Verstand, Daan - \ 2020
    Redesigning Long Term Systems Experiments in the Netherlands
    Haan, Janjo de; Apeldoorn, Dirk van; Wesselink, Marie ; Berg, Wim van den; Balen, Derk van; Sukkel, Wijnand - \ 2019
    Bodemindicatoren in BASIS : Identificatie van de belangrijkste biologische en chemische bodemparameters (“bodemindicatoren”) in het project BASIS over de periode 2009-2016
    Hoek, J. ; Balen, D. van; Haagsma, W. ; Berg, W. van den; Asperen, P. van; Sukkel, W. ; Haan, J. de; Bloem, J. - \ 2019
    Wageningen : Wageningen University & Research, Business unit Open Teelten (Rapport / Wageningen University & Research, Business unit Open Teeltenn WPR-798) - 56
    In deze studie is nagegaan welke gemeten chemische en biologische bodemparameters het beste onderscheid maken tussen de verschillende grondbewerkingssystemen en teeltsystemen in de systeemproef BASIS in Lelystad. Met variantieanalyse en multivariate statistische technieken zijn bodemparameters in BASIS geanalyseerd. Samenvattend blijkt potentieel mineraliseerbare stikstof (PMN) en de N-totaal de beste bodemindicatoren te zijn om verschillen tussen systemen van hoofdgrondbewerking (ploegen versus niet-kerende bewerkingen) en verschillen tussen teeltsystemen (biologisch versus gangbaar) weer te geven. Daarnaast zijn HWC, biomassa schimmels, biomassa bacteriën en borium- en magnesiumgehalte goede bodemindicatoren om deze verschillen te duiden. De correlatie tussen PMN en organische stof en de correlatie tussen HWC en organische stof blijkt goed te zijn. Vanwege de hoge correlatie tussen HWC en PMN en de hoge prijs van de PMN meting heeft HWC de voorkeur. Aanbevolen wordt de analyse te gebruiken in de ontwikkeling van de BLN en vergelijkbare analyses te doen voor andere maatregelen en andere systeemproeven.
    Typologie van boeren in Flevoland : Een verkenning van typen boeren die het anders willen
    Smit, A.B. ; Schoorlemmer, H.A.B. ; Balen, D.J.M. van; Janssens, S.R.M. ; Wolf, P.L. de - \ 2019
    Wageningen : Wageningen Economic Research (Wageningen Economic Research rapport 2019-106) - ISBN 9789463951395 - 25
    Agriculture in the province of Flevoland is very diverse in identity and presentation. The sector contains different ‘types’ of entrepreneurship besides different subsectors (field and vegetable farming, dairy farming, greenhouse horticulture, flower bulb growing, etc.). These types not only hold conventional, organic and biodynamic agriculture. There is also much variation within these three main stream types as to the motivation of farmers ‘to change’ and the direction in which they are moving. This report contains an inventory of such types and of the innovations that take place within those types.
    'Toekomst en techniek' in Lelystad
    Balen, Derk van; Veldhuisen, Bram - \ 2019
    A Late Glacial surface rupturing earthquake at the Peel Boundary fault zone, Roer Valley Rift System, the Netherlands
    Balen, R.T. van; Bakker, M.A.J. ; Kasse, C. ; Wallinga, J. ; Woolderink, H.A.G. - \ 2019
    Quaternary Science Reviews 218 (2019). - ISSN 0277-3791 - p. 254 - 266.
    Earthquake - Glacio-isostacy - Rupture length - Trench

    Paleoseismological trenching studies constrain recurrence times and magnitudes of faulting events and earthquakes on active faults. In a trench along the central part of the Peel Boundary fault zone (PBFZ), southeastern Netherlands, evidence was found for such a large faulting event that occurred around 14 ka. The event caused a fault scarp in unconsolidated sediments of ∼1 m height. A colluvial wedge was formed next to the scarp. A second faulting event offsets this colluvial wedge by 0.2–0.1 m. This event can be tentatively dated at ∼13 ka. During or immediately after the second event, a large clastic dyke intruded along the fault plane. The dyke is not faulted, but its emplacement did cause some minor thrust faulting around the injection. The sudden character of the main faulting event, the brittle deformation style of loam layers, the lack of growth faulting in the colluvial wedge, the clastic dykes and the flame structures demonstrate that the main faulting event was a surface rupturing earthquake. Based on the scarp height, the estimated moment magnitude is about 6.8 ± 0.3. Similar observations in a previous trench site suggest that the length of the surface rupture was at least 32 km. The earthquake took place during the Weichselian (Würmian) Late Glacial. This timing corresponds to the start of the glacio-isostatic forebulge collapse in the Netherlands. Glacio-isostatic movements have been invoked before to explain earthquake events in the Roer Valley Rift System in which the PBFZ is situated, and in northern Germany and Denmark. If these earthquakes can indeed be attributed to a collapsing forebulge, their ages should show a decrease in the direction of ice-sheet retreat. This might indeed be the case, as the ages decrease from 14 ka and 13 ka in this trench via 13–16 ka at the Osning Thrust Zone, NW Germany, to 12–14 ka in northern Denmark.

    Randeffecten in vaste rijpaden : Verschillen in opbrengsten tussen binnen- en buitenrijen aanleiding voor onderzoek
    Balen, D.J.M. van; Bastiaansen, Lucas ; Janmaat, Leen - \ 2019
    Ekoland 39 (2019)6. - ISSN 0926-9142 - p. 35 - 35.
    Ondiep ploegen
    Balen, Derk van; Kroonen-Backbier, Brigitte - \ 2019
    Goede bodemconditie is het beste wapen tegen weersextremen
    Balen, Derk van - \ 2019
    Ecoploeg in proef met gereduceerde grondbewerking
    Balen, Derk van - \ 2019
    Goede bodemconditie is het beste wapen tegen weersextremen
    Balen, Derk van - \ 2019
    Capaciteitsvraag drukt op de bodem
    Balen, Derk van - \ 2019
    'Droogte 2018 geeft mooie basis'
    Balen, Derk van - \ 2019
    Minder bewerken maakt bodem klimaatbestendig
    Balen, Derk van; Rijk, Joost - \ 2019
    High-resolution optical dating of Late Holocene storm surge deposits – a showcase from Schokland (Noordoostpolder, the Netherlands)
    Biggelaar, D.F.A.M. van den; Wallinga, J. ; Balen, R.T. van; Kasse, C. ; Troelstra, S. ; Kluiving, S.J. - \ 2019
    Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 44 (2019)4. - ISSN 0197-9337 - p. 886 - 899.
    Storm surges have a major impact on land use and human habitation in coastal regions. Our knowledge of this impact can be improved by correlating long-term historical storm records with sedimentary evidence of storm surges, but so far few studies have applied such an approach. Here we apply, for the first time, state-of-the-art optically stimulating luminescence (OSL) methods to obtain high-resolution age information on a sequence of Late Holocene storm surge deposits. By combining this chronological framework of storm surges with other reconstruction methods, we investigate the storm surge impact on the former island Schokland, located in a former inlet of the North Sea (central Netherlands). During the Late Holocene, Schokland transformed from a peat area that gradually inundated (~800 CE) via an island in a marginal marine environment (~1600 CE) to a land-locked island in the reclaimed Province of Flevoland (1942 CE). These transitions are recorded in the sediment archive of the island, consisting of silty clay with sandy intervals deposited during storm surges. A series of ten quartz OSL ages, obtained using best-practice methods to deal with incomplete resetting of the OSL signal and dose rate heterogeneity, reveal two periods of storm surge deposition, around 1600 CE and between 1742 and 1822 CE. Historical sources indicate that major storm surges hit Schokland during these periods. Laboratory analyses (thermogravimetry, grain-size, foraminifera, bivalves and ostracods) corroborates the existence of the two sets of storm surge deposits within the clay sequence. Our study sets a benchmark for obtaining robust depositional age constraints from storm surge sediments, and demonstrates the great potential of modern OSL methods to contribute to improved assessment of storm surge risk. © 2018 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.
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