submitted:

 

 

114. Gersie et al., The interplay between tectonics, climate and sea-level change in the Holocene floodplain and Pleistocene terraces of the Suriname River, tropical South America.

 

113. Woolderink, H., Cohen, K.M., Kasse, C.,  Kleinhans, M.G.., R.T. Van Balen, Patterns in river channel sinuosity of the Meuse, Roer and Rhine rivers in the Lower Rhine Embayment rift-system, are they tectonically forced? Geomorphology

 

 

in press:

 

112. Peng, F., R. van Balen, K.  Beets, C. Kasse, C., M. A. Prins, N. van der Putten, S.R. Troelstra, H. Woolderink, and J. van der Woude, Rapid flood intensification and environmental response of the Lower Meuse during the Allerød-Younger Dryas climate oscillation. Accepted for Geomorphology. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.geomorph.2020.107469

 

 

published:

111. Vis, G.J., E. van Linden, R. van Balen, and K. Cohen, 2020. Depressions caused by localized subsidence in the Netherlands, Belgium and Germany: a link with coal mining? Proc. IAHS, 382, 201–205, 2020 https://doi.org/10.5194/piahs-382-201-2020

110. Van Hateren, J.A., U. Van Buuren, S.M. Arens, R.T. Van Balen and M.A. Prins, 2020. Identifying sediment transport mechanisms from grain size-shape distributions, applied to aeolian sediments. Earth Surf. Dynam., 8, 527-553.

109. Peng, F., C. Kasse, M.A. Prins, R. Ellenkamp,  M.Y. Krasnoperov., R.T. van Balen, 2020, Paleoflooding reconstruction from Holocene levee deposits in the Lower Meuse valley, the Netherlands, Geomorphology, 352, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.geomorph.2019.107002

108. Van Buuren , U. Prins, M.A., Wang, X., Stange, M., Yang, X., R.T. van Balen, 2020. Fluvial or aeolian? Unravelling the origin of fine-grained deposits on terraces in the Hanzhong Basin (Qinling Mountains, central China), Geomorphology, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.geomorph.2020.107294

107. Lapperre, R.E., C. Kasse, V. F. Bense, H.A.G. Woolderink, R. T. Van Balen, 2019. A review of fault zone permeability and associated groundwater level steps in the Roer Valley Rift System. Netherlands Journal of Geosciences, doi: 10.1017/njg.2019.4

106. Woolderink, H.A.G., C. Kasse, L.P.A. Grooteman, R.T. Van Balen, 2019. Interplay between climatic, tectonic and anthropogenic forcing in the Lower Rhine Graben, the Roer river, 2019. Geomorphology 344, 25–45.

105. Van Balen, R.T., M.A.J. Bakker, C. Kasse, H. Woolderink, 2019. A Late Glacial surface rupturing earthquake at the Peel Boundary fault zone, Roer Valley Rift System, the Netherlands. Quaternary Science Reviews 218:254.

104. Yang, X., X. Wang, R.T. Van Balen, M.A. Prins, S. Wang, U. Van Buuren, and H. Lu, 2019. Fluvial terrace formation and early human settlement in the Hanzhong Basin, Qingling Mountains, central China, Global and Planetary Change 178, 1-14. DOI: 10.1016/j.gloplacha.2019.04.007

103. Peng, F., M.A. Prins, C. Kasse, K.M. Cohen, N. Van der Putten, J. Van der Lubbe, W.H.J. Toonen, R.T. Van Balen, 2019. An improved method for paleoflood reconstruction and flooding phase identification, applied to the Meuse River in the Netherlands, Global and Planetary Change 177. DOI: 10.1016/j.gloplacha.2019.04.006

102. Briant, R.M., Bridgland, D.R., Cordier, S, Rixhon, G., van Balen, R., 2019. FLAG at 20: Papers from the Fluvial Archives Group 20th anniversary meeting in Poland, Quaternary Research DOI: 10.1017/qua.2018.138

101. Avsin, N., J. Vandenberghe, R. van Balen, N. Gunec Kiyak, T. Ozturk, 2019, Tectonic and climatic controls on Quaternary fluvial processes and terrace formation in a Mediterranean setting: the Göksu River, Southern Anatolia. Quaternary Research, 91(02):533-547.

100. Kitover, D.C.. H. Renssen, R. Van Balen, J. Vandenberghe,  and D. M. Roche, 2019. Coupling of VAMPERS within iLOVECLIM: experiments during the LGM and Last Deglaciation. Journal of Quaternary Science, DOI: 10.1002/jqs.3094

99. Kluiving, S. J., Gerard Aalbersberg. Ronald T. van Balen, Cornelis Kasse, 2018, Glacial geology of Saalian relief around Midwolda, eastern Groningen, the Netherlands. Netherlands Journal of Geosciences 97, 261-282.

98. Woolderink, H. A. G., Kasse, C., Cohen, K. M., Hoek, W. Z., Van Balen, R. T., 2018. Spatial and temporal variations in river terrace formation, preservation and morphology. Lower Meuse Valley, the Netherlands, Quaternary Research, 1-22. https://doi.org/10.1017/qua.2018.49.

97. Van den Biggelaar, D.F.A.M.,  J. Wallinga, R.T. van Balen, C. Kasse, S. Troelstra and S.J. Kluiving. 2018. High-resolution optical dating of Late Holocene storm surge deposits – a showcase from Schokland (Noordoostpolder, the Netherlands). Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, DOI: 10.1002/esp.4542

96. Shang, Y., Prins, M. A., Beets, C. J., Kaakinen, A., Lahaye, Y., Dijkstra, N., Rits, D. S., Wang, B., Zheng, H. & van Balen, R. T., 2018. Aeolian dust supply from the Yellow River floodplain to the Pleistocene loess deposits of the Mangshan Plateau, central China: Evidence from zircon U-Pb age spectra. Quaternary Science Reviews 182: 131-143, DOI: 10.1016/j.quascirev.2018.01.001

95. Van Hateren, J. A., Prins, M. A. & van Balen, R. T. 2017. On the genetically meaningful decomposition of grain-size distributions: A comparison of different end-member modelling algorithms. Sedimentary Geology 23. DOI: 10.1016/j.sedgeo.2017.12.003

94. Wang, X., J. Vandenberghe, H. Lu, R. van Balen, 2017. Climatic and tectonic controls on the fluvial morphology of the Northeastern Tibetan Plateau (China). Journal of Geographical Sciences, 27(11): 1325-1340. DOI: 10.1007/s11442-017-1438-9

93. Rits, D.S., C.J. Beets, M.A. Prins, R.T. van Balen, S.R. Troelstra, C. Luo, B. Wang, X. Li, J. Zhou, H. Zheng, 2017. Geochemical characterization of the middle and late Pleistocene alluvial fan-dominated infill of the northern part of the Weihe Basin, Central China. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 482, 57–69.

92. Van den Biggelaar, D.F.A.M., S.J. Kluiving, R.T. van Balen, C. Kasse, 2017. Landscape and homonin habitation hisotry of Flevoland (central Netherlands). In: S.J. Kluving, L. Kootker and R.A.E. Hermans (eds.), Interdisciplinarity between Humanities and Science. Sidestone Press, Leiden, 139-162.

91. Rits, D.S., Van Balen, R.T., Prins, M.A., H. Zheng, 2017 Evolution of the alluvial fans of the Luo River in the Weihe Basin, Central China, controlled by faulting and climate change - a reevaluation of the paleogeographical setting of Dali man site. Quaternary Science Reviews 166, 339-351.

90. Kasse, C, R. Van Balen, S. Bohncke, J. Wallinga, J. Vreugdenhil, 2017. Climate and base-level controlled fluvial system change and incision during the last glacial interglacial transition, Roer river, The Netherlands - western Germany. Netherlands Journal of Geosciences 96, 71-92.

89. Veldkamp, T., J. Baartman, T. Coulthard, D. Maddy, J. Schoorl, J. Storms, A. Temme, R. Van Balen,M. Van De Wiel, W. Van Gorp, W. Viveen, A.Whittaker, 2017. Two decades of numerical modelling to understand long term fluvial archives: advances and future perspectives. Quaternary Science Reviews 166, 177-187.

88. Van den Biggelaar, D., Van Balen, R., Kluiving, S., A. Verpoorte, G.M. Alink, 2017. Gravel size matters: Early Middle Palaeolithic artefacts made from local Rhine and Meuse deposits in the central Netherlands. Netherlands Journal of Geosciences, 96 – 3, 261–271.

87. Gersie, K., P.G.E.F. Augustinus, R.T. Van Balen, 2016. Marine and anthropogenic controls on the estuary of the Suriname River over the past 50 years. Netherlands Journal of Geosciences 95, 419-428.

86. Rits, D. S., Prins, M.A., Troelstra, S.R., Van Balen, R.T. , Zheng, Y., Beets, C.J., Wang, B., Li, X., Zhou, J., Zheng, H., 2016. Facies analysis of the Middle and Late Quaternary sediment infill of the northern Weihe Basin, central China, Journal of Quaternary Science 31, 152-165.

85. Niekus, MA, R.T. van Balen, J.M. Bongers, A.H. Bosch, D.C. Brinkhuizen, H. Huisman, J. Jelsma, L. Johansen, K. Kasse, S.J. Kluiving, H. Paas, E. Schrijer, D. Stapert, 2016. News from the North, A Late Middle Palaeolithic site rich in handaxes on the Drenthe-Frisian till plateau near Assen, the Netherlands: first results of a trial excavation. Quaternary International 411, 284-304

84. Wang, X., J. Vandenberghe, S. Yi, R. Van Balen, H. Lu, 2015. Climate-dependent fluvial architecture and processes at suborbital timescale: an example from the NE Tibetan Plateau. Global and Planetary Change 133, 318-329

83. Papanikolaou, I.D., R. van Balen, P.G. Silva, K.Reicherter, 2015. Geomorphology of Active Faulting and seismic hazard assessment: New tools and future challenges. Introduction to the Special Issue on the Geomorphology of Active Faulting. Geomorphology 237, 1-13.

82. Kitover, R. van Balen , J. Vandenberghe, H. Renssen, D.M. Roche, 2015. LGM permafrost thickness and extent in the Northern Hemisphere derived from the earth system model iLOVECLIM. Permafrost and Periglacial Processes, doi: 10.1002/ppp.1861.

81. Van Balen, R.T. , Forzoni, A.,Van Dam, J., 2015. Active faulting and folding along Jumilla Fault Zone, northeastern Betics, Spain. Geomorphology 237, doi: 10.1016/j.geomorph.2013.12.001, 88-97.

80. Kitover, D. R. van Balen, D. M. Roche, J. Vandenberghe, and H. Renssen, 2014. Coupling of the VAMPER permafrost model within the earth system model iLOVECLIM (version 1.0): description and validation. Geosci. Model Dev. 8, 1445-1460

79. Stange, K.M., Van Balen, R., Garcia-Castellanos, D., S., Cloetingh. 2014. Numerical modelling of terrace staircase formation in the Quaternary drainage system of the southern Pyrenees, Ebro basin, NE Iberia. Basin Research, DOI: 10.1111/bre.12103, 1365-2117.

78. Van den Biggelaar, D., S. J. Kluiving, S.J.P. Bohncke, R.T. van Balen, C. Kasse, M.A. Prins, J. Kolen, 2014. Landscape potential for the adoption of crop cultivation: Role of local soil properties and groundwater table rise during 6000-5400 BP in Flevoland (central Netherlands. Quaternary International, DOI: 10.1016/j.quaint.2014.09.063.

77. Ter Voorde, M., R. van Balen, E. Luijendijk, H. Kooi, 2014. Weichselian and Holocene climate history reflected in temperatures in the upper crust of the Netherlands. Netherlands Journal of Geosciences 93, 107-117, doi: 10.1017/njg.2014.9.

76. Van den Biggelaar, D., Kluiving, S., Van Balen, R., Kasse, C., Troelstra, S., Prins, M., 2014. Storms in a lagoon: flooding history during the last 1500 years derived from geological and historical archives of Schokland (Noordoostpolder, The Netherlands). Netherlands Journal of Geosciences 93, 175-196.

75. Viveen, W., Schoorl, J., Veldkamp, A., Van Balen, R.T., 2014. Modelling the impact of regional uplift and local tectonics on fluvial terrace preservation. Geomorphology 210, 119-135.

74. Wang, X., R. van Balen, S. Yi, J. Vandenberghe, H. Lu., 2014. Differential tectonic movements in the confluence area of the Huang Shui and Huang He rivers (Yellow River), NE Tibetan Plateau, inferred from fluvial terraces. Boreas 43, 469-484.

73. Van Dam, J., Furi, M., Van Balen, R., 2014. Re-interpreting the biochronology of the La Celia and Los Gargantones mammal sites (late Miocene, Murcia, Spain) . Geobios, doi: 10.1016/j.geobios.2014.03.002

72. Stange, K.M., R.T. van Balen, C. Kasse, J. Vandenberghe, J. Carcaillet, 2014. Linking morphology across the glaciofluvial interface: a 10Be supported chronology of glacier advances and terrace formation in the Garonne River, northern Pyrenees, France. Geomorphology 207, 71-95 .

71. Wang, X., D. Vandenberghe, S.Yi, J. Vandenberghe, H. Lu, R. Van Balen, P. Van den Haute. Late and Middle Pleistocene palaeo-climatic and geomorphological evolution at the interface between the Menyuan basin and the adjacent Qilian Mountains, Northeastern Tibetan Plateau, 2013.Quaternary Research, 80, 534-544.

70. Stange, K.M., R. T. van Balen, J. Carcaillet, J. Vandenberghe, 2013. Timing and controls on foreland terrace staircases: Inferences from 10Be exposure ages of the Segre River, Southern Pyrenees. Global and Planetary Change, 101, 97-112 .

69. Kitover, D., R.T. van Balen, D. Roche, J. Vandenberghe, H. Renssen, 2013. New estimates of permafrost evolution during the last 21k years in Eurasia using numerical modelling. Permafrost and Periglacial Processes, 24, 286-303.

68. Viveen, W., J.M. Schoorl; A. Veldkamp, R. T. Van Balen, S. Desprat, J.R. Vidal-Romani, 2013. Reconstructing the interacting effects of base level, climate and tectonic uplift in the Lower Mino River terrace record: a gradient modelling evaluation. Geomorphology, 186, 96-118. DOI: 10.1016/j.geomorph.2012.12.026.

67. Viveen, W., Schoorl, J.M., Veldkamp, A., Van Balen, R.T., Vidal-Romani, J.R., 2013. Fluvial terrace map of the NW Iberian lower Mino River, Journal of Maps, DOI:10.1080/17445647.2013.821096.

66. Stange, K.M., Van Balen, R.T., Vandenberghe, J., Pena, J.L, Sancho, C., 2013. External controls on Quaternary fluvial incision and terrace formation at the Segre River, Southern Pyrenees. Tectonophysics, 602, 316-331.

65. Viveen, W., Braucher, R., Bourles, D., Schoorl, J., Veldkmap, T., Van Balen, R.T., Wallinga, J., Fernandeze-Mosquera, D., Sanjurjo-Sanchez, J., Vidal-romani, J.R., in press. A 0.65 Ma chronology and incision rate assessment of the NW Iberian Mino River terraces based on 10Be and luminescence dating. Global and Planetary Change, 94-95, 82-100, DOI: 10.1016/j.gloplacha.2012.07.001

64. Kitover, D., Renssen, H., Van Balen, R.T., Vandenberghe, J., accepted, proceedings TICOP meeting. Modeling Permafrost Response of the Last Glacial Termination: first results of the VAMPER model. InHinkel, K.M. (ed.). Proceedings of the 10th international permafrost conference, Salekhard, Yamal-Nenets, 25-29 June 2012, 209-214.

63. Wang, X., Lu, H., Vandenberghe, J., Zheng, S., Van Balen, R.T., 2012. Late Miocene uplift of the NE Tibetan Plateau inferred from basin filling, planation and fluvial terraces in the Huang Shui ctachment. Global and Planetary Change, 88-89, p.10-19. DOI: 10.1016/j.gloplacha.2012.02.009

62. Viveen, W. R.T. van Balen; J.M. Schoorl; A. Veldkamp; A.J.A.M. Temme; J.R. Vidal-Romani, 2012. Tectonic geomorphology and neotectonic activity of the NW Iberian Atlantic Margin with examples from the Mino river system. Tectonophysics, 544-545, p.13-30. DOI: 10.1016/j.tecto.2012.03.029

61. Busschers, F.S., K.M. Cohen, J. Vandenberghe, R.T. Van Balen, C. Kasse, J. Wallinga and H. J. T. Weerts 2011. Comment on "Causes, consequences and chronology of large-magnitude palaeoflows in Middle and Late Pleistocene river systems of northwest Europe" by Westaway and Bridgland (2010). Earth Surf. Process. Landforms , 36, 1836-1840.

60. Luijendijk, E., R. T. Van Balen , M. Ter Voorde, and P. A. M. Andriessen, 2011, Reconstructing the Late Cretaceous inversion of the Roer Valley Graben (southern Netherlands) using a new model that integrates burial and provenance history with fission track thermochronology, J. Geophys. Res., 116, B06402, doi:10.1029/2010JB008071.

59. Van Balen, R.T., F.S. Busschers, 2010. Human presence in the central Netherlands during early MIS 6 (~170-190 Ka): evidence from early Middle Paleolithic artefacts in ice-pushed Rhine-Meuse sediments. Netherlands Journal of Geosciences 89, 77-84.

58. Luijendijk, E., ter Voorde, M., Van Balen, R., Verweij,H., Simmelink, E., 2010. Thermal state of the Roer Valley Graben, part of the European Cenozoic Rift System Basin Research.DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2117.2010.00466.x

57. Van Balen, R.T., Busschers, F., Tucker, G., 2010. Modeling the response of the Rhine-Meuse fluvial system to Late Pleistocene climate change. Geomorphology 114 440-452.

56. Van Balen, R.T., Kasse, C., De Moor, J., 2008. The impact of groundwater flow on meandering, example from the Geul, the Netherlands. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 33, 2010-2028. DOI: 10.1002/esp.1651

55. Ward, P., Van Balen, R.T., Verstraeten, G., Renssen, H., Vandenberghe, J., 2008. The impact of land use and climate change on late Holocene and future suspended sediment yield of the Meuse catchment. Geomorphology 103, 389-400. DOI:10.1016/j.geomorph.2008.07.006

54. Busschers, F., R.T. van Balen , K.M. Cohen, C. Kasse, H.J.T. Weerts, J. Wallinga, 2008. Response of the Rhine-Meuse fluvial system to Saalian ice-sheet dynamics. Boreas, 37, 377-398, DOI: 10.1111/j.1502-3885.2008.00025.x..

53. De Moor, J., Kasse, C., Van Balen, R.T., J. Vandenberghe and J. Wallinga, 2008. Human and climate impact on catchment development during the Holocene, Geul River, the Netherlands Geomorphology, 98, 316-339.

52. Ward, P. Renssen, H., Aerts, J., van Balen, R.T.,J. Vandenberghe, 2008. Strong increases in flood frequency and discharge of the River Meuse over the late Holocene: impacts of long-term anthropogenic land use change and climate variability. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 12:159-175 www.hydrol-earth-sci.net/112/159/2008. Cited 28 May 2008.

51. Busschers, F. S., Kasse, C., Van Balen, R.T., Vandenberghe, J., Cohen, K., Weerts, H.J.T., and Wallinga, J., in press. Late Pleistocene evolution of the Rhine in the southern North Sea Basin: imprints of climate change, sea-level oscillations and glacio-isostacy. Quaternary Science Reviews, 26, 3216-3248.

50. De Moor, J., Van Balen, R.T., and C. Kasse, 2007. Simulating meander evolution of the Geul River (The Netherlands) using a topographic steering model. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 32, 1077-1093.

49. Cloetingh, S.A.P.L.,, P.A. Ziegler, P.J.F. Bogaard, P.A.M. Andriessen, I.M. Artemieva, G. Bada, R.T. van Balen, F. Beekman, Z. Ben-Avraham, J.-P. Brun, Bunge, H.P., 2007. TOPO-EUROPE: The geoscience of coupled deep Earth-surface processes. Global and Planetary Change 58, 1-118.

48. Peters, G., Van Balen, R.T. 2007. Tectonic Geomorphology of the northern Upper Rhine Graben, Germany. Global and Planetary Change 58, 310-334.

47. Peters, G., Van Balen, R.T. 2007. Pleistocene tectonics inferred from fluvial terraces of the northern Upper Rhine Graben, Germany. Tectonophysics, 430, 41-65.

46. Peters, G., Buchmann, T., Connolly, P. Van Balen, R.T., Wenzel, F., Cloetingh, S.A.P.L., 2005. Interplay between tectonic, fluvial and erosional processes along the Western Border Fault of the northern Upper Rhine Graben, Germany. Tectonophysics, 406, 39-66.

45. Worum, G., Michon, L., Van Wees, J.D., Van Balen, R.T., Cloetingh, S., Pagnier, H., 2005. Pre-Neogene controls on present-day fault activity in the West Netherlands Basin and Roer Valley Rift System (southern Netherlands): role of variations in fault orientation in a uniform low-stress regime, Quaternary Science Reviews, 24, 475-490.

44. Michon, L., Van Balen, R.T. , 2005. Characterization and quantification of active faulting in the Roer valley rift system based on high precision digital elevation models.Quaternary Science Reviews, 24, 457-474.

43 .Van Balen, R.T., Houtgast, R.F., and Cloetingh, S.A.P.L., 2005. Neotectonics of the Netherlands. Quaternary Science Reviews, 24, 439-454.

42. Houtgast, R.F., Van Balen, R.T , and Kasse, C., 2005. Late Quaternary tectonic evolution of the Feldbiss Fault. Quaternary Science Reviews, 24, 491-510.

41. Bense, V., and R.T. van Balen, 2004. The effect of fault relay and clay smearing on groundwater flow patterns in the Lower Rhine Embayment. Basin Reserach, 16, 397-411, doi: 10.111/j.1365-2117.2004.00238.x.

40. Worum, G., Van Wees, J.D., Bada, G., Van Balen, R.T. and Cloetingh, S.A.P.L.,2004. Slip tendency analysis as a tool to constrain fault reactivation: a numerical approach applied to 3D fault models in the Roer Valley Rift System (SE Netherlands). Journal of Geophysical Research, 109, B02401, doi:10.1029/2003JB002586.

39. Van Balen, R.T,, Vandenberghe, J., Kasse, C., 2003. Fluvial response to rapid envirnomental change. Special issue of Quaternary Science Reviews , 2053-2235.

38. Bogaart, P.W., Van Balen, R.T. , Kasse, C., and Vandenberghe, J., 2003. Process-based modelling of fluvial system response to rapid climate change I: model formulation and generic applications. Quaternary Science Reviews, 22, 2077-2095.

37. Bogaart, P.W., Van Balen, R.T. , Kasse, C., and Vandenberghe, J., 2003. Process-based modelling of fluvial system response to rapid climate change II: application to the river Maas during the Last Glacial-Interglacial transition. Quaternary Science Reviews, 22, 2097-2110.

36. Houtgast, R.F., Van Balen, R.T. , Kasse, C., Vandenberghe, J., 2003 . Late Quaternary tectonic evolution and aseismic near surface fault displacements along the Geleen Fault (Feldbiss Fault Zone - Roer Valley Rift System, the Netherlands), based on trenching. Netherlands Journal of Geosciences/Geologie en Mijnbouw, 82, 2.

35. Bense, V., Van Balen, R.T. , De Vries, J., 2003. The impact of faults on hydrogeological conditions in the southeastern part of the Netherlands. Geologie en Mijnbouw/Netherlands Journal of Geosciences, 82, 41-54.

34. Verweij, J.M., Simmelink, H.J., Van Balen, R.T. , David, P., 2003. History of petroleum systems in the southern part of the Broad Fourteens Basin Geologie en Mijnbouw/Netherlands Journal of Geosciences, 82, 71-90.

33. Bense, V., Van den Berg, E.H., Van Balen, R.T. , 2003. Deformation mechanisms and hydraulic properties of fault zones in unconsolidated sediments; the Roer Valley Graben Rift System, the Netherlands. Hydrogeology Journal, 11, 319-332.

32. Michon, L., Van Balen, R.T., , Merle, O., Pagnier, H., 2003 Cenozoic evolution of the Roer Valley Rift System integrated at European scale. Tectonophysics, 367, 101-126.

31. Bense, V., Van Balen, R.T. , 2003. Hydrogeological aspects of fault zones on various scales in the Roer Valley Rift System. Journal of Geochemical Exploration, 78, 317-320.

30. Houtgast, R.F., Van Balen, R.T. , Bouwer, L.M., Brand, G.B.M., Brijker, J.M., 2002 Late Quaternary activity of the Feldbiss Fault zone, Roer Valley Rift System, based on displaced fluvial terrace fragments. Tectonophysics, 352, 295-315.

29. Van Balen, R.T., R.F. Houtgast, F.M. Van der Wateren and J. Vandenberghe, 2002, Neotectonic evolution and sediment budget of the Meuse catchement in the Ardennes and the Roer Valley Rift System, Geologie en Mijnbouw/Netherlands Journal of Geosciences, 81, 211-215.

28. Van Balen, R.T., Verweij, J.M., Van Wees, J.D., Simmelink, H., Van Bergen, F., and Pagnier, H., 2002. Deep subsurface temperatures in the Roer Valley Graben and the Peelhorst, the Netherlands-new results, Geologie en Mijnbouw/Netherlands Journal of Geosciences, 81, 19-26.

27. Bogaart, P.W., R.T. van Balen, J. Vandenberghe and C. Kasse, 2002. Process-based modelling of the climate forcing of fluvial sediment flux: some examples and a discussion of optimal model complexity. In: Sediment flux to basins: Causes, Controls, and Consequences, S.J. Jones and L.E. Frostick (eds.), Geological Society Special Publications, 191, 197-208.

26. Garcia-Castellanos, D., Cloetingh, S., and Van Balen, R., 2000. Modelling the Middle Pleistocene uplift in the Ardennes-Rhenish Massif: Thermo-mechanical weakening under the Eifel?, Global and Planetary Change, 27, 39-52.

25. Van Balen, R.T., Houtgast, R.F., Van der Wateren, F.M., Vandenberghe, J., and P.W. Bogaart, 2000. Sediment budget and tectonic evolution of the Meuse catchment in the Ardennes and the Roer Valley Rift System, Global and Planetary Change, 27, 113-130.

24. Houtgast, R.F., and Van Balen, R.T., 2000. Neotectonics of the Roer Valley Rift System, the Netherlands,Global and Planetary Change, 27, 131-146.

23. Bogaart, P.W., Van Balen, R.T., 2000. , Numerical modelling of the response of alluvial rivers to Quaternary climate change, Global and Planetery Change, 27, 147-164.

22. Van Balen, R.T., Van Bergen, F., De leeuw, C., Pagnier, H., Simmelink, E., Van wees, J.D., Verweij, H., 2000. Modelling Namurian hydrocarbon systems in the Dutch part of the Southern North Sea Basin, Extended Abstract, proc. EAGE-2000.

21. Van Balen, R.T., Van Bergen, F., De Leeuw, C., Pagnier, H., Simmelink, E., Van Wees, J.D., Verweij, H. 2000. Modelling the evolution of hydrocarbon systems in the inverted West Netherlands Basin, the Netherlands, Journal of Geochemical Exploration, 685-688.

20. Verweij, J.M., Simmelink, H.J., David, P., Van Balen, R.T., Van Bergen, F., Van Wees, J.D.A.M., 2000. Geodynamic and hydrodynamic evolution of the Broad Fourteens Basin and the development of its petroleum systems: an integrated 2D basin modelling approach, Journal of Geochemical Exploration, 69-70, 635-639.

19. Van Balen, R.T., Van Bergen , F., De Leeuw, C., Pagnier, H., Simmelink, H., Van Wees, J.D., Verweij, J. , 2000 , Modelling subsidence, compaction, heatflow and hydrocarbon generation and migration in the West Netherlands Basin, the Netherlands, Geologie en Mijnbouw/Netherlands Journal of Geosciences,79, 29-44.

18. Van Balen,R.T. and Skar, T., 2000 The influence of faults and intraplate stresses on the overpressure evolution of the Halten Terrace, mid-Norwegian margin, Tectonophysics, 320, 331-345.

17. Van der Wateren, F.M., Dunai, T.J., Van Balen, R.T., Werner, K., Verbers, A., Paschier, S. and Helpers, U., 1999. , Contrasting Neogene denudation histories of different structural regions in the Transantarctic Mountains rift flank constrained by cosmogenic isotope measurements, Global and Planetary Change, 23, 145-172

16. Skar, T., Van Balen, R.T., Arnesen, L. and Cloetingh, S., 1999, Origin of overpressures on the Halten Terrace, offshore mid-Norway: the potential role of mechanical compaction, pressure transfer and stress. In: A.C. Aplin, A.J. Fleetand J.H.S. Macquaker (eds.)., Muds and mudstones: physical and fluid flow properties, Geological Society of London, Spec. Pub., 158, 137-156.

15. Skar, T., Van Balen, R.T., and Hansen, S., 1999 Overpressuring in Cretaceous shales on the Halten Terrace, offshore mid-Norway: nature and causes. In: A. Mitchell and D. Grauls, eds., Overpressures in petroleum exploration, proc. workshop Pau 1998, Bull. Centre Rech. Elf Explor. Prod., mem. 22., Elf-EP editions, Pau, p. 69-75.

14. Van Balen, R.T. and Heeremans, M., 1999 Middle Proterozoic-Early Paleozoic evolution of central Baltoscandian intracratonic basins: evidence for asthenospheric diapirs, Tectonophysics, 300, p.131-142.

13. Van Balen, R.T., Lenkey, L., Horvath, F. and Cloetingh, S.A.P.L., 1999 , Twodimensional modelling of stratigraphy and compaction driven fluid flow in the Pannonian Basin. In: B. Durand, L. Jolivet, F. Horvath and M. Serrane (Eds.), The Mediterranean Basins: Tertiary extension within the Alpine orogen, Geological Society of London, spec. pub. 156, p. 391-414.

12. Van Balen, R.T., Podladchikov, Yu.Yu. and Cloetingh, S.A.P.L., 1998, A new multi-layered model for intraplate stress-induced differential subsidence of faulted lithosphere, applied to rifted basins, Tectonics, 17, 938-954.

11. Van Balen, R.T. and Podladchikov, Yu.Yu., 1998. The effect of inplane force variations on a faulted elastic thin-plate, implications for relative sealevel changes in sedimentary basins, Geophysical Research Letters, 25, 3903-3907.

10. Ter Voorde, M., Van Balen, R.T., Bertotti, G., and Cloetingh, S.A.P.L., 1998 . The influence of a stratified rheology on the flexural response of the lithosphere to (un)loading by extensional faulting, Geophysical Journal International, 134: 721-735.

9. Cloetingh, S., Van Balen, R.T., Ter Voorde, M., Zoetemeijer, B.P., Den Bezemer, T., 1997. Mechanical aspects of sedimentary basin formation: development of integrated models for lithospheric and surface processes, Geologische Rundschau, 86:226-240.

8. Peper, T., Van Balen, R. and Cloetingh, S., 1995. Implications of orogenic wedge growth, intraplate stress variations and eustatic sea-level change for foreland basin stratigraphy: inferences from numerical modelling. In: Stratigraphic evolution of foreland basins, S.L. Dorobek and G.M. Ross (eds.), S.E.P.M. (Society for Sedimentary Geology), Spec. Pub., 52:25-35.

7. Van Balen, R. and Cloetingh, S., 1995. Neural network analyses of stress-induced overpressures in the Pannonian Basin, Geophysical Journal International , 121:532-544.

6. Van Balen, R.T., Van der Beek, P.A., and Cloetingh, S.A.P.L., 1995. The effect of rift shoulder erosion on stratal patterns at passive margins: implications for sequence stratigraphy, Earth Planetary Science Letters, 134:527-544.

5. Van Balen, R. and Cloetingh, S., 1994. Tectonic control of the sedimentary record and stress- induced fluid flow. In: Geofluids: origin, migration, and evolution of fluids in sedimentary basins, J. Parnell (ed.), Geological Society of London, Spec. Pub. 78:9-26.

4. Wildenborg, A.F.B., Cloetingh, S.A.P.L., De Mulder, E.F.J., Van Balen, R.T., Van Dijke, J.J., Van Gijssel, K., Veldkamp, A., Daudre, B., and Remmelts, G., 1994. Towards a predictive barrier model for Zechstein rock salt in the Netherlands, Actes du Colloque Geoprospective-Paris, Unesco, 409-425.

3. Poliakov, A.N.B., Van Balen, R., Podladchikov, Yu., Daudre, B., Cloetingh, S., and Talbot, C., 1993. Numerical analyses of how sedimentation and redistribution of surficial sediment affect salt diapirism, Tectonophysics, 226:199-216.

2. Van Balen, R.T. and Cloetingh, S.A.P.L., 1993. Stress-induced fluid flow in sedimentary basins. In:Diagenesis and basin development, A.D. Horbury and A.G. Robinson (eds.), American Association of Petroleum Geologists (Tulsa), Stud. Geol., 36: 87-98.

1. Cloetingh, S.A.P.L., and Van Balen, R.T, 1993. Tectonic control of the sedimentary record and stress-induced fluid flow: constrains from basin modelling. In: Geofluids'93, contributions to an international conference on fluid evolution, migration and interaction in rocks, J. Parnell, A.H. Ruffel and N.R. Moles (eds.), 268-271.

Thesis:

Van Balen, R.T., 1995. Tectonic control on the hydrodynamics and sedimentary record of extensional basins. Thesis Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, pp. 202.