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Spade Work

  • Joh. van Veen
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Abstract

Holland — the Netherlands — may be said to be a sand and mud dump left over from the ice age. When the Polar ice-cap, covering the North of Europe to a line roughly from Hull to Amsterdam, began to recede for good, huge amounts of sand, which the melting ice had left on the bottom and the shores of the North Sea, became apparent.

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© Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht 1950

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  • Joh. van Veen

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