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See detailHautrage (Lower Cretaceous) and Sclayn (Upper Pleistocene) - Field Trip Guide-book.
Damblon, Freddy ULg; Pirson, Stéphane; Gerrienne, Philippe ULg

in Memoirs of the Geological Survey of Belgium (2008), 55

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See detailField-guide of the excursion on September 13th, 2008, an introduction.
Damblon, Freddy ULg; Pirson, Stéphane ULg; Gerrienne, Philippe ULg

in Memoirs of the Geological Survey of Belgium (2008), 55

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See detailRecent palynological data in the Hautes-Fagnes, Belgium
Streel, Maurice ULg; Damblon, Freddy ULg

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See detailCan we use authigenic phosphate minerals in cave entrance as palaeoenvironmental data recorders? A case study from Walou cave (Belgium)
Pirson, Stéphane; Hatert, Frédéric ULg; Court-Picon, Mona et al

in Geologica Belgica (2008), 12

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See detailComparison of cross-field pitting in fresh, dried and charcoalified softwoods
Gerards, Thomas ULg; Damblon, Freddy ULg; Wauthoz, B. et al

in Iawa Journal (2007), 28(1), 49-60

Cross-field pitting is one of the most reliable characters for softwood identifi cation. During charcoalification, a range of severe qualitative and quantitative modifications may occur in cross-field ... [more ▼]

Cross-field pitting is one of the most reliable characters for softwood identifi cation. During charcoalification, a range of severe qualitative and quantitative modifications may occur in cross-field pitting. As most fossil or archaeological wood remains are preserved as charcoal (fusain), the question arises whether these modifications hamper the accurate identification of some taxa. This work is a systematic biometric study of a wide range of gymnosperm cross-field pitting after experimental charcoalification. We focused on the window-like, piceoid, taxodioid, cupressoid, araucarioid and podocarpoid cross-field pitting types. Our main results are the following: 1) Cross-field pits of wood specimens dried out before charcoalification are hidden by a thin closing wall; in this case, it is often impossible to discriminate between the various types of cross-field pitting. 2) Piceoid cross-field pitting becomes taxodioid-like after charcoalification. 3) Biometric study of charred softwood cross-field pitting dimensions shows that the ratios between height and width of pit aperture and border allow us to distinguish and characterise four types of pitting (window-like, piceoid, taxodioid, cupressoid + araucarioid + podocarpoid [= CAP]). The discrimination within the CAP type requires further investigation. [less ▲]

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See detailThe in situ Glyptostroboxylon forest of Hoegaarden (Belgium) at the Initial Eocene Thermal Maximum (55 Ma)
Fairon-Demaret, Muriel ULg; Steurbaut, Etienne; Damblon, Freddy ULg et al

in Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology (2003), 126(1-2), 103-129

Hundreds of silicified standing stumps have been discovered within a lignitic horizon in the middle of the Tienen Formation near Hoegaarden in northeast Belgium. The anatomical features of the fossil ... [more ▼]

Hundreds of silicified standing stumps have been discovered within a lignitic horizon in the middle of the Tienen Formation near Hoegaarden in northeast Belgium. The anatomical features of the fossil stumps, as those of the numerous silicified secondary xylem remains collected since the last century from this area, demonstrate that they all belong to a single taxodiaceous taxon. The stumps bear characteristics shared by Taxodioxylon gypsaceum and Glyptostroboxylon tenerum, but affinities with the latter appear closer. They are attributed to Glyptostroboxylon sp. Calibration of the sedimentological, stratigraphical and organic carbon isotope data reveals that these taxodiaceous fossil trees developed in a swampy lowland environment most probably during the Initial Eocene Thermal Maximum at ca. 55 Ma. (C) 2003 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved. [less ▲]

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See detailLa Forêt fossile d'Overlaar, Belgique (transition Paléocène-Eocène).
Gerrienne, Philippe ULg; Damblon, Freddy ULg; Fairon-Demaret, Muriel ULg et al

in Monografias Academia Ciencias, Exactas Fisicas, Quimicas y Naturales de Zaragoza (2000), 16

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See detailAgaristoxylon garennicum gen. et sp. nov., an arborescent Ericaceae from the Belgian Upper Paleocene: palaeoenvironmental implications.
Gerrienne, Philippe ULg; Beeckman, Hans; Damblon, Freddy ULg et al

in Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology (1999), 104

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See detailIdentification of a fossil wood specimen in the Red Sandstone Group of Southwestern Tanzania: stratigraphical and tectonic implications.
Damblon, Freddy ULg; Gerrienne, Philippe ULg; Doutrelepont, Hughes et al

in Journal of African Earth Sciences (1998), 26

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