INQUA NETHERLANDS is the Netherlands' national representation in INQUA, the International Union for Quaternary Research.

Dutch institutes doing Quaternary Research

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Academic and applied research institutions
Leiden University | Faculty of Archaeology LINK Archaeology, Paleonthology
NIOZ | Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research LINK Marine ecology and evolution; Marine chemistry and geology
TNO | Geological Survey of the Netherlands LINK Division Geology: Consultancy, Mapping, Research.
Deltares | Delta Institute LINK Applied Geology
RCE National Agency for Cultural Heritage LINK Division Archeology
University of Amsterdam | Faculty of Science LINK Institute for Biodiversity and Ecosystem Dynamics (IBED):
Physical Geography, Palaeoecology
Utrecht University | Faculty of Geosciences LINK Dept. of Physical Geography: Geomorphology, Quaternary Geology
Utrecht University | Faculty of Geosciences LINK Dept. of Earth Sciences: Stratigraphy & Palaeonthology
Utrecht University | Faculty of Science LINK Dept. of Biology: Palaeoecology
Utrecht University | Faculty of Science LINK Dept. of Physics: Marine and Atmospheric Research
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam | Faculty of Earth and Life Sciences LINK Institute for Earth Sciences
 
Dating Laboratories
Utrecht University | Faculty of Science LINK Dept. of Physics: R.J. Van der Graaf laboratory 14C dating
University of Groningen | Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences LINK Centre for Isotope Research (CIO) - 14C dating.
Delft University of Technology | Reactor Institute Delft LINK The Netherlands Centre for Luminescence Dating
 
National research coordination and funding bodies
Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW) LINK Earth and Climate Council
NWO-ALW - Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research LINK Division Earth and Life Sciences


INQUA committees of neighbouring countries

BELQUA, Belgium LINK Meetings Members
DEUQUA, Germany LINK Meetings News
QRA, United Kingdom LINK Meetings

 

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