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De gemeentegronden in Noord-Brabant en Limburg en hunne ontginning : eene geschied- en landhuishoudkundige studie

Droesen, W.J. (1927)
In olden times the diluvial sands of the southern Netherlands around the village nucleus formed widespread heaths, fens and bogs. On them the farmers had rights of grazing, and of digging peat and turf. In Saxon areas in the eastern Netherlands these lands became common property (marches or commons, Du. marken), while in the south, under the influence of French law, the land became municipal property.Over the centuries they were reclaimed on a small scale; new settlements and villages grew up...

Over verspreiding en periodiciteit van de zoetwaterwieren in Drentsche heideplassen : bijdrage voor het samenstellen eener Nederlandsche wierenflora

Beijerinck, W. (1927)
The pools were all situated in the diluvium of the Dutch northern province of Drente. From the macroflora 3 main types of pools were distinguished which paralleled 3 clearly distinguishable associations of the algal flora. Several algae may serve as type species. In plankton collected and isolated by centrifuging from open water, Flagellatae usually predominated, Desmidiaceae were few and Bacillariaceae and Cyanophyceae were almost absent. Protococcaceae and Desmidiaceae may temporarily predo...