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See detailAtlas Numérique de Belgique :Mise en œuvre d’une séquence pédagogique
Close-Lecocq, Jean-François; Poncelet, Nadia ULg; Binard, Marc ULg

in GEO (2016), 79

Dans sa communication, Jean François CLOSE, enseignant à Liège, s’interroge sur les cartes à disposition de l’enseignant en classe de Géographie. L’Atlas numérique de Belgique se révèle un outil très ... [more ▼]

Dans sa communication, Jean François CLOSE, enseignant à Liège, s’interroge sur les cartes à disposition de l’enseignant en classe de Géographie. L’Atlas numérique de Belgique se révèle un outil très complet basé sur l’analyse de cartes existantes. Il offre aussi la possibilité d’utiliser les cartes proposées pour construire de nouvelles cartes multicritères. La mise en œuvre d’une séquence pédagogique nous livre quelques exercices prêts à l’emploi pour exploiter en classe la richesse de cet atlas en ligne. Deux fiches techniques en fin de dossier précisent la démarche à suivre pour la réalisation de nouvelles cartes. [less ▲]

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See detailEast African Great Lake Ecosystem Sensitivity to changes final report
Descy, J.-P.; André, L.; Delvaux, C. et al

Report (2015)

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See detailLANDSAFE: LANDING SITE RISK ANALYSIS SOFTWARE FRAMEWORK
Schmidt, Ralph; Bostelmann, Jonas; Cornet, Yves ULg et al

in International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences (2012), XXXIX(B4), 505-510

The European Space Agency (ESA) is planning a Lunar Lander mission in the 2018 timeframe that will demonstrate precise soft landing at the polar regions of the Moon. To ensure a safe and successful ... [more ▼]

The European Space Agency (ESA) is planning a Lunar Lander mission in the 2018 timeframe that will demonstrate precise soft landing at the polar regions of the Moon. To ensure a safe and successful landing a careful risk analysis has to be carried out. This is comprised of identifying favorable target areas and evaluating the surface conditions in these areas. Features like craters, boulders, steep slopes, rough surfaces and shadow areas have to be identified in order to assess the risk associated to a landing site in terms of a successful touchdown and subsequent surface operation of the lander. In addition, global illumination conditions at the landing site have to be simulated and analyzed. The Landing Site Risk Analysis software framework (LandSAfe) is a system for the analysis, selection and certification of safe landing sites on the lunar surface. LandSAfe generates several data products including high resolution digital terrain models (DTMs), hazard maps, illumination maps, temperature maps and surface reflectance maps which assist the user in evaluating potential landing site candidates. This paper presents the LandSAfe system and describes the methods and products of the different modules. For one candidate landing site on the rim of Shackleton crater at the south pole of the Moon a high resolution DTM is showcased. * Corresponding [less ▲]

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See detailCHOLTIC Epidémies de choléra au lac Tanganyika induites par les changements climatiques ?
Plisnier, Pierre-Denis; Bompangue, Didier; Piarroux, Renaud et al

in Sciences Connection (2011), 35(Juillet-Août), 38-42

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See detailTransformée de Hough et détection de linéaments sur images satellitaires et modèles numériques de terrain
Poncelet, Nadia ULg; Cornet, Yves ULg

in Bulletin de la Société Géographique de Liège (2010), 54

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