Landscapes and Landforms of Belgium and Luxembourg

  • Alain Demoulin

Part of the World Geomorphological Landscapes book series (WGLC)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xi
  2. Frédéric Boulvain, Noël Vandenberghe
    Pages 9-33
  3. Michel Erpicum, Myriem Nouri, Alain Demoulin
    Pages 35-41
  4. Alain Demoulin, François Barbier, Augustin Dekoninck, Michèle Verhaert, Gilles Ruffet, Christian Dupuis et al.
    Pages 63-84
  5. Geoffrey Houbrechts, François Petit, Jean Van Campenhout, Etienne Juvigné, Alain Demoulin
    Pages 85-99
  6. Alain Demoulin, Etienne Juvigné, Geoffrey Houbrechts
    Pages 101-113
  7. Alexandre Peeters, Camille Ek
    Pages 115-137
  8. Yves Quinif, Vincent Hallet
    Pages 139-158
  9. Koen Beerten, Roland Dreesen, Jos Janssen, Dany Van Uytven
    Pages 193-214
  10. Kris Vanneste, Thierry Camelbeeck, Koen Verbeeck, Alain Demoulin
    Pages 215-236
  11. Jean Poesen, Tom Vanwalleghem, Jozef Deckers
    Pages 253-267
  12. Gert Verstraeten, Bastiaan Notebaert, Nils Broothaerts, Jef Vandenberghe, Paul De Smedt
    Pages 269-280
  13. Lennert Schepers, Tom Maris, Patrick Meire, Stijn Temmerman
    Pages 281-296
  14. Olivier Dewitte, Miet Van Den Eeckhaut, Jean Poesen, Alain Demoulin
    Pages 335-355
  15. Stéphane Pirson, Michel Toussaint, Dominique Bonjean, Kévin Di Modica
    Pages 357-383
  16. François Petit, Robert Maquil, Birgit Kausch, Eric Hallot
    Pages 395-410
  17. André Ozer, Michiel Dusar
    Pages 411-424

About this book


This book provides an informative and intriguing overview of the most scenic landscapes of Belgium and Luxembourg. Geodiversity is emphasized, for example the periglacial features in the Hautes Fagnes area, the planation surfaces in the Ardennes and Oesling, and the famous caves of Han/Lesse and Remouchamps. The book’s chief goals are to provide the reader with enjoyable and informative descriptions of the selected sites within their regional geographical and geological settings; to offer an up-to-date survey of the evolution of Belgium’s and Luxembourg’s landscape; and to share additional information on the cultural value of the respective sites wherever appropriate. 
The book is a richly illustrated reference work that makes accessible for the first time a wealth of information currently scattered among many national and regional journals. It will benefit earth scientists, environmental scientists, tourism geographers and conservationist
s alike.


Coastal Geomorphology Han/Lesse Caves Landscapes and Landforms of Belgium and Luxembourg Planation Surfaces in the Ardenne and Oesling Remouchamps Caves Semois Valley

Editors and affiliations

  • Alain Demoulin
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of Physical Geography and QuaternaryUniversity of LiègeLiègeBelgium

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