Hovius

Ho·vi·us

(hō'vē-ŭs),
Jacob, Dutch ophthalmologist, 1710-1786. See: canal of Hovius.
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We had the chance to start a series of measurements directly after the quake and continue for the next few years," said Niels Hovius, head of the Geomorphology program at GFZ.
Vermeulen GM, Slijper H, Feitz R, Hovius SE, Moojen TM, Selles RW.
Hovius JW, de Wever B, Sohne M, Brouwer MC, Coumou J, Wagemakers A, et al.
WS Tarnopolsky, "Discrimination and the Law in Canada" (1992) 41 UNBLJ 215; Berend Hovius, "The Legacy of the Supreme Court of Canada's Approach to the Canadian Bill of Rights: Prospects for the Charter" (1982) 28:1 McGill LJ 31.
Hovius N (1998) Controls on sediment supply by large rivers, relative role of Eustasy, climate, and tectonism in continental rocks.
Marjolijn Hovius, IFDH immediate past president, has also been involved
De Kraker M, Selles RW, Schreuders TAR, Stam HJ, Hovius SER (2009) Palmar abduction: Reliability of 6 measurement methods in healthy adults.
The polemic surrounding the stole embodies a reaction to the profound shifts brought by the reforms of the Council of Trent, infringing on parochial life somewhat later in France than in other Catholic countries in Europe; Craig Harline and Eddy Put have documented how Mathias Hovius faced robust opposition from a cross-section of his clergy when implementing ecclesiastical reforms in the Low Countries.