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PUBLICATIONS

PUBLICATIONS

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2019

Denmark’s exemplary gender balance trips up in science

Mette Bendixen, Claire Meehan, Vanessa Jane Hall & Ida Vogel

Nature 572, 178 (2019)

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Time is running out for sand

Mette Bendixen, Jim Best, Chris Hackney & Lars Lønsmann Iversen

Nature 571, 29-31.

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One Couple, two cities: How to handle an international career move

Mette Bendixen & Lars Lønsmann Iversen

Nature 550, 101-104

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Promises and Perils of Sand exploitation in Greenland

Mette Bendixen, Irina Overeem, Minik Rosing, Anders Anker Bjørk, Kurt H. Kjaer, Aart Kroon, Gavin Zeitz & Lars Lønsmann Iversen

Nature Sustainability, 2, 98-104.

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2018

Funding agencies can prevent harassment

Lars Lønsmann Iversen & Mette Bendixen

Science, 361, pp. 140

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2017

Greenland: Build an economy on sand

Mette Bendixen, Lars Lønsmann Iversen, Irina Overeem

Science, 358, 879-879

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Delta progradation in Greenland driven by increasing glacial mass loss

Mette Bendixen, Lars Lønsmann Iversen, Anders Anker Bjørk, Bo Elberling, Andreas Westergaard-Nielsen, Irina Overeem, Katy R Barnhart, Shfaqat Abbas Khan, Jason E Box, Jakob Abermann, Kirsty Langley, Aart Kroon

Nature 550, 101-104

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 Deltas, freshwater discharge, and waves along the Young Sound, NE Greenland

Aart Kroon, Jakob Abermann, Mette Bendixen, Magnus Lund, Charlotte Sigsgaard, Kirstine Skov, Birger Ulf Hansen

Ambio 46 (1), 132-145

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Sea-level proxies in Holocene raised beach ridge deposits (Greenland) revealed by ground-penetrating radar

Lars Nielsen, Mette Bendixen, Aart Kroon, Mikkel Ulfeldt Hede, Lars B Clemmensen, Ronny Weβling, Bo Elberling

Scientific Reports, 7: 46460. 

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Conceptualizing delta forms and processes in Arctic coastal environments

Mette Bendixen, Aart Kroon

Earth Surface Processes and Landforms Volume 42, Issue 8, 1227–1237

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2014

Morphological records of storm floods exemplified by the impact of the 1872 Baltic storm on a sandy spit system in south‐eastern Denmark

Lars B Clemmensen, Mette Bendixen, Mikkel U Hede, Aart Kroon, Lars Nielsen, Andrew S Murray

Earth Surface Processes and Landforms Volume 39, Issue 4, 499–508

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2013

Sandy berm and beach-ridge formation in relation to extreme sea-levels: A Danish example in a micro-tidal environment

Mette Bendixen, Lars B Clemmensen, Aart Kroon

Marine Geology Volume 344, 53-64

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Joint interpretation of beach-ridge architecture and coastal topography show the validity of sea-level markers observed in ground-penetrating radar data

Mikkel U Hede, Mette Bendixen, Lars B Clemmensen, Aart Kroon, Lars Nielsen

The Holocene Volume 23, Issue 9, 1238-1246

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2012

Morphology and sedimentary architecture of a beach‐ridge system (Anholt, the Kattegat sea): a record of punctuated coastal progradation and sea‐level change over the past∼ 1000 years

Lars B Clemmensen, Lars Nielsen, Mette Bendixen, Andrew Murray

Boreas Volume 41, Issue 3, 422-434

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2011

Coastal evolution of a cuspate foreland (Flakket, Anholt, Denmark) between 2006-2010

Lars B Clemmensen, Mette Bendixen, Lars Nielsen, Sabrina Jensen, Louise Schrøder

Bulletin of Geological Society of Denmark. Vol. 59, p. 37-42.

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