Archive Prof. Eng. J.J. Peters

About the archive

In 2012 we lost Jean Jacques Peters, former engineer of Flanders Hydraulics Research (1964 till 1979) and international expert in sediment transport, river hydraulics and morphology. As a tribute to him we have created potamology, a virtual memorial archive whose aim is to preserve and disseminate his way of thinking and his morphological approach to river problems all over the world.
This archive provides four modules, each with its specific information set relevant to Peters’ work. Where available and if not confidential, there will also be access to the full text. In dialogue with Peters’ family we continue to make his life’s work accessible.


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The Devono-Carboniferous transition in the Franco-Belgian basin with reference to Foraminifera and Brachiopods
Conil, R.; Dreesen, R.; Lentz, M.A.; Lys, M.; Plodowski, G. (1986). The Devono-Carboniferous transition in the Franco-Belgian basin with reference to Foraminifera and Brachiopods. Ann. Soc. géol. Belg. (1968) 109(1): 19-26
In: Annales de la Société géologique de Belgique. Vaillant-Carmanne: Liège. ISSN 0037-9395
Peer reviewed article  

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Keywords
    Geological time > Phanerozoic > Paleozoic > Palaeozoic > Carboniferous
    Geological time > Phanerozoic > Paleozoic > Palaeozoic > Devonian
    Brachiopoda [WoRMS]; Foraminifera [WoRMS]
    Belgium [Marine Regions]; Europe, France [Marine Regions]
    Marine

Authors  Top 
  • Conil, R.
  • Dreesen, R.
  • Lentz, M.A.
  • Lys, M.
  • Plodowski, G.

Abstract
    After a brief summary of the most striking evolutionary trends of the Upper Frasnian through Lower Tournaisian foraminifer assemblages in Northwestern Europe, some new biostratigraphic data are discussed mainly from an important section near St. Hilaire (Avesnois area, Northern France) as well as their impact on the problem of the Devono-Carboniferous boundary in the Franco-Belgian Basin.

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