Thanks to the many individuals at the Cultural Heritage Agency of the Netherlands, the Directorate Heritage and Arts and elsewhere who contributed to the success of this programme, particularly the other authors of the original report: Jaap-Evert Abrahamse, Anita Blom, Jeroen Bouwmeester, Otto Brinkkemper, Fred Brounen, Tessa de Groot, Jan Willem de Kort, Rik Feiken, Hans Huisman, Dian Jansen, Menne Kosian, Els Romeijn, Marieke Snoek, Liesbeth Theunissen, Inge van der Jagt and Henk Weerts (Cultural Heritage Agency of the Netherlands), Hanneke Bos (ADC Archeoprojecten, Amersfoort), Kim Cohen, Gilles Erkens, Harm Pierik and Kay Koster (Utrecht University, Department of Physical Geography), Marjolein Gouw-Bouman (Utrecht University, Faculty of Geosciences), Roula Dambrink, Jan Stafleu and Jeroen Schokker (TNO — Geological Survey), Mikko Kriek (BCL, Archaeological Support, Amsterdam, the Netherlands), Roy van Beek (Wageningen University and Research, Soil Geography and Landscape Group, Cultural Geography Group, the Netherlands), Henk van Reuler (Wageningen University and Research, Flowerbulbs, Nursery stock and Fruit), Folkert de Vries and Gilbert Maas (Wageingen University and Research, Alterra), Reneé de Bruijn, Sieb de Vries, Marc Hijma, Veronique Marges and Peter Vos (Deltares Research Institute, Utrecht). Thanks also to the succession of colleagues who have been the internal clients for the programme — Jos Bazelmans, Jos Deeben and Susan Lammers — for their inspiring support.
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