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See detailContribution à l'étude des hêtraies d'Europe occidentale: Remarques préliminaires sur la phénologie des hêtraies - Note 3
Malaisse, François ULg

Book published by Laboratoire de botanique systématique (1963)

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See detailLa distinction entre employés et ouvriers en droit allemand, belge, français et italien
François, Lucien ULg

Book published by Faculté de droit de Liège et Martinus Nijhoff (1963)

In the four jurisdictions, labour law has granted a different status to workers said to be "white collar" and others said to be "blue collar workers". Therefore labour law had to formulate a criterion ... [more ▼]

In the four jurisdictions, labour law has granted a different status to workers said to be "white collar" and others said to be "blue collar workers". Therefore labour law had to formulate a criterion precise enough to put each particular case in one of these two categories. This required desperate efforts because the distinction is grounded partly in real situations but also on biases which distort the perception of reality. By studying the way in which lawyers have reasoned, one can compare various ways of approaching a same problem and note the unease of these lawyers and their approach stripped of what the peculiar features through which these phenomena manifest themselves in each country may accidentally present. - Le droit du travail de ces quatre pays a donné des statuts juridiques différents aux travailleurs dits ouvriers et aux travailleurs dits employés. Il a donc dû élaborer un critère assez précis pour pouvoir ranger chaque cas individuel dans une de ces deux catégories. Effort presque désespéré parce que la distinction repose non seulement sur la différence des situations réelles, mais aussi sur des préjugés qui ont faussé la perception de la réalité. L'étude de la façon dont on a raisonné permet de comparer diverses manières d'aborder un même problème et d'apercevoir l'embarras et les méthodes des juristes dépouillés de ce que les traits particuliers par lesquels ils se manifestent dans chaque pays peuvent comporter d'accidentel. [less ▲]

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See detailMécanisme de la sédimentation de l'assise de Montfort entre Eseux et Tavier
Ek, Camille ULg

in Annales de la Société Géologique de Belgique (1963), 86(5), 273-284

L'assise de Montfort (Famennien supérieur) consiste en une alternance de grès fins arkosiques et de carbonates, surtout de la ferrodolomite. Les grès dominent. L'alternance des deux sédiments est due au ... [more ▼]

L'assise de Montfort (Famennien supérieur) consiste en une alternance de grès fins arkosiques et de carbonates, surtout de la ferrodolomite. Les grès dominent. L'alternance des deux sédiments est due au fréquent passage des conditions de mer ouverte à des conditions lagunaires et vice-versa. Cette alternance eut lieu dans une mer épicontinentale subsidente et peu profonde. Cette explication dispense de recourir à des causes non sédimentaires, comme des à-coups de la subsidence. L'alternance est due à des modifications périodiques de la morphologie des fonds marins littoraux. [less ▲]

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See detailLes bancs rouges de l'assise de Montfort dans l'est du synclinorium de Dinant:origine et valeur comme moyen de corrrélation
Ek, Camille ULg

in Annales de la Société Géologique de Belgique (1963), 86(6), 325-344

Origin of the red color: the red film around sand grains is continental. Same origin for the red argillaceous matrix. The red color of micas is authigenic. From a lithostratigraphic point of view, the red ... [more ▼]

Origin of the red color: the red film around sand grains is continental. Same origin for the red argillaceous matrix. The red color of micas is authigenic. From a lithostratigraphic point of view, the red episode was simultaneous in the whole region. This episode was considered by the inventor of the Montfort Formation as the top of that stratum. [less ▲]

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See detailLe Bled ej Jel (Maroc oriental).Etude géomorphologique
Ek, Camille ULg; Mathieu, Léon

in Annales de la Société Géologique de Belgique (1963), 87(1-5), 131-146

Bled ej Jel is a part of the Guercif Plain (Eastern Morocco). The present-time climate is subarid.A low and long crestline runs meandering in the Bled. Natural profiles and excavations were studied ... [more ▼]

Bled ej Jel is a part of the Guercif Plain (Eastern Morocco). The present-time climate is subarid.A low and long crestline runs meandering in the Bled. Natural profiles and excavations were studied, showing that the crestline is lying on soltanian (wurmian) deposits and is covered by a rharbian (neolithic) colluvium. The complete succession is described. As prctical conclusion, the authors develope some considerations on soil utilisation and protection. [less ▲]

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See detailQuelques observations sur les effets des pluies violentes de janvier 1963 dans le Moyen-Atlas et le Prérif (Maroc)
Ek, Camille ULg; Mathieu, Léon

in Bulletin de la Société Belge d'Etudes Géographiques = Tijdschrift van de Belgische Vereniging voor Aardrijkskundige Studies (1963), 32(2), 281-299

Study of the results of the very heavy rains of January '63 in a region of Morocco. RAINFALL. Local maxima of more than 5 in. (in Prérif ) and more than 4 in, (in Middle Atlas) were recorded in one day. I ... [more ▼]

Study of the results of the very heavy rains of January '63 in a region of Morocco. RAINFALL. Local maxima of more than 5 in. (in Prérif ) and more than 4 in, (in Middle Atlas) were recorded in one day. I. SOIL EROSION and SOIL PROTECTION : see the plates. II. EROSION EFFECTS ON THE ROADS. Action on the roads is particularly severe because roads often concentrate running water, talus are fragile, pipes may be blocked. Some remedies are proposed, CONClUSIONS : Slopes being not in equilibrium with the present time climate (see R. Raynal, 1957 ) , safety measures have to be taken : preliminary study of soil and slopes reactions to any civil engineering work, strict maintenance of ditches, roads, etc. As there is no practical remedy for great floods in open plains, water is to be slowed down by many little works in the mountains. [less ▲]

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