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See detailHoe staan vreemdelingen en allochtonen tegenover recht en gerecht in België?
Martiniello, Marco ULg; Foblets, Marie-Claire; Parmentier, Stephan et al

in Rechtskundig Weekblad (2004), 68(16), 601-617

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See detailHoe zijn ravijnen in oude bossen ontstaan? Studiegeval Neigembos
Schotmans, Jeroen; Poesen, Jean; Vanmaercke, Matthias ULg

in Jaarboek ... : de aardrijkskunde (2015)

Het onderzoek naar ravijnvorming onder akkerland kreeg recent veel aandacht binnen de geomorfologie. Ravijnen onder bos komen echter ook voor, maar deze werden minder bestudeerd. Een belangrijke motivatie ... [more ▼]

Het onderzoek naar ravijnvorming onder akkerland kreeg recent veel aandacht binnen de geomorfologie. Ravijnen onder bos komen echter ook voor, maar deze werden minder bestudeerd. Een belangrijke motivatie voor onderzoek naar ravijnen onder bos is dat dit nieuwe inzichten kan aanreiken over het historisch landgebruik en mens-milieu interacties. Deze studie onderzocht grote ravijnen in het Neigembos, een oud bos nabij Ninove. De huidige hypothese stelt dat deze ravijnen ontstaan zijn door smeltwatererosie tijdens de klimaatsopwarming na het einde van de laatste ijstijd. Onderzoek van ravijnen in andere bossen van Vlaanderen heeft echter aangetoond dat dergelijke ravijnen ook kunnen ontstaan door menselijk toedoen in een recenter verleden. Dit artikel toont op basis van een geomorfologische analyse en de studie van oud kaartmateriaal aan dat het ontstaan van de ravijnen in Neigembos met grote waarschijnlijkheid het gevolg is van landgebruiksveranderingen in historische tijden. Deze bijdrage levert nuttige achtergrondinformatie voor een excursie over geomorfologische processen in oude bossen. [less ▲]

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See detail'De hoeren der welluidendheid'. Spelevaren met Coetzee, Claus en Shelley
Steyaert, Kris ULg

in Hiligsmann, Philippe; Janssens, Guy; Vromans, Joseph (Eds.) Woord voor woord, zin voor zin. Liber Amicorum voor Siegfried Theissen (2005)

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See detailHölder Continuity and Wavelets
Simons, Laurent ULg

Doctoral thesis (2015)

There exist a lot of continuous nowhere differentiable functions, but these functions do not have the same irregularity. Hölder continuity, and more precisely Hölder exponent, allow to quantify this ... [more ▼]

There exist a lot of continuous nowhere differentiable functions, but these functions do not have the same irregularity. Hölder continuity, and more precisely Hölder exponent, allow to quantify this irregularity. If the Hölder exponent of a function takes several values, the function is said multifractal. In the first part of this thesis, we study in details the regularity and the multifractality of some functions: the Darboux function, the Cantor bijection and a generalization of the Riemann function. The theory of wavelets notably provides a tool to investigate the Hölder continuity of a function. Wavelets also take part in other contexts. In the second part of this thesis, we consider a nonstationary version of the classical theory of wavelets. More precisely, we study the nonstationary orthonormal bases of wavelets and their construction from a nonstationary multiresolution analysis. We also present the nonstationary continuous wavelet transform. For some irregular functions, it is difficult to determine its Hölder exponent at each point. In order to get some information about this one, new function spaces based on wavelet leaders have been introduced. In the third and last part of this thesis, we present these new spaces and their first properties. We also define a natural topology on them and we study some properties. [less ▲]

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See detailHölderlin in Holland
Spinoy, Erik ULg

in Yang : Tijdschrift voor Literatuur en Kommunikatie (1989), 25(3-4), 101-108

This article examines how the work of the German romantic poet Friedrich Hölderlin has been received and framed in Dutch literature.

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See detailHole lattice influence on the magnetization of drilled superconductors
Lousberg, Grégory ULg

Poster (2007, September)

Article associé : Bulk high-Tc superconductors with drilled holes: how to arrange the holes to maximize the trapped magnetic flux?

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See detailHolliday junction cleavage by yeast Rad1 protein
Habraken, Yvette ULg; Sung, Patrick; Prakash, Louise et al

in Nature (1994), 371

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See detailHollow atoms : a theoretical challenge
Vaeck, N; Hansen, J E; Palmeri, P et al

in Physica Scripta (2001), T95

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See detailHollow Cylinder Tests on Boom Clay: Modelling of Strain Localization in the Anisotropic Excavation Damaged Zone
François, B; Labiouse, V; Dizier, A et al

in Rock Mechanic and Rock Engineering (2014), 47(1), 71-86

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See detailThe Hollywood Cobweb : New Laws of Attraction (The Spectacular Mechanics of Blockbusters)
Tomasovic, Dick ULg

in Strauven, Wanda (Ed.) The Cinema of Attractions Reloaded (2007)

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See detailHollywood et la terreur
Tomasovic, Dick ULg

Conference given outside the academic context (2008)

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See detailHolocaust postmemory and the legacy of un-death in Nicole Krauss’ Great House
Munos, Delphine ULg

Conference (2013, October 03)

In an interview closely following on the release of The History of Love, Krauss made it clear that, contrary to what some critics had ventured, her second novel was not about Holocaust survivors. “I am ... [more ▼]

In an interview closely following on the release of The History of Love, Krauss made it clear that, contrary to what some critics had ventured, her second novel was not about Holocaust survivors. “I am the grandchild of people who survived that historical event,” Krauss pointed out. “I’m not writing their story – I couldn’t write their story […]. What interests me is the response to catastrophic loss.” Great House, Krauss’s third novel, can be seen to further investigate this “response to catastrophic loss” – in a way which makes only tangential and mediated references to the Holocaust. The novel spans eighty years, starting from the near-end of World War 2, and traces the passing-on of a desk of massive proportions. Complete with nineteen drawers, one of which remains locked until it is symbolically revealed to be empty at the close of the book, the desk operates as some kind of trans-historical fetish for most of its successive keepers (and aspiring acquirers). Narrated through a set of five characters whose lives prove overshadowed less by the Holocaust itself than by its felt resonances in the psyches of loved ones, Great House is a polyphonic work that raises questions about the anatomy of ‘Holocaust postmemory’ (Marianne Hirsch), its temporality, but also its reification in conformity with defense mechanisms that take the form of death-denying fantasies. Here, while turning to the past, some clearly unreliable first-person narrators reveal their lifelong investment in fetishizing memories of themselves and others so as to better keep all sense of temporality and mortality at bay – in a way suggesting that fantasies of un-death have helped them fill in the gap left by the unspeakable horror of the Holocaust, and were later transmitted in lieu of ‘memory proper’. This paper will thus focus on Great House’s rich imagery, and its narrative strategies, in order to investigate Krauss’ representation of the paradoxes of Holocaust postmemory. [less ▲]

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See detailHolocene carbon cycle dynamics
Kleinen, Thomas; Brovkin, Victor; von Bloh, Werner et al

in Geophysical Research Letters (2010), 37

We are investigating the late Holocene rise in CO2 by performing four experiments with the climate-carbon-cycle model CLIMBER2-LPJ. Apart from the deep sea sediments, important carbon cycle processes ... [more ▼]

We are investigating the late Holocene rise in CO2 by performing four experiments with the climate-carbon-cycle model CLIMBER2-LPJ. Apart from the deep sea sediments, important carbon cycle processes considered are carbon uptake or release by the vegetation, carbon uptake by peatlands, and CO2 release due to shallow water sedimentation of CaCO3. Ice core data of atmospheric CO2 between 8 ka BP and preindustrial climate can only be reproduced if CO2 outgassing due to shallow water sedimentation of CaCO3 is considered. In this case the model displays an increase of nearly 20 ppmv CO2 between 8 ka BP and present day. Model configurations that do not contain this forcing show a slight decrease in atmospheric CO2. We can therefore explain the late Holocene rise in CO2 by invoking natural forcing factors only, and anthropogenic forcing is not required to understand preindustrial CO2 dynamics. [less ▲]

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See detailHOLOCENE DUST RECORD IN A BELGIAN PEAT BOG: MULTIPROXY GEOCHEMICAL APPROACH
Allan, Mohammed ULg; Le Roux, Gael; Fagel, Nathalie ULg et al

Conference (2014, June 01)

Ombrotrophic peatlands are unique environmental archives of natural and anthropogenic atmospheric dust deposition. Their surface layers are exclusively fed by atmospheric inputs. A peat bog core from ... [more ▼]

Ombrotrophic peatlands are unique environmental archives of natural and anthropogenic atmospheric dust deposition. Their surface layers are exclusively fed by atmospheric inputs. A peat bog core from Misten in Eastern Belgium southern covering the last 7500 years (dated by 210Pb and 14C methods) was investigated to reconstruct dust depostion based on a combination of the Rare Earth Elements (REE) and lithogenic elements concentrations, as well as Nd and Pb isotopes data. Nd isotope signature was used to decipher between local and distal dust supplies, the Pb isotopes to trace the antropogenic influences. Peat humification was used to evaluate hydroclimatic conditions. Dust fluxes show pronounced increase at 3200-2800BC, 600BC, AD600, 1000AD, 1200AD and from 1700 AD. Lead isotope signatures are consistent with local and regional contamination by coal combustion and smelting activities. The Nd values show large variability, between -5 and –13, identifying three major sources of dust: local soils, distal volcanic and desert particles. Our results are in agreement with atmospheric reconstructions from other continental archives, confirming that the Misten peat is a valid archive for dust deposition. The approach combining geochemical elementary content and isotope data in ombrotrophic peat allows to decipher between dust flux changes related to human and climate forcing. [less ▲]

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See detailHolocene dust record in a NW European peat bog: A multiproxy approach
Allan, Mohammed ULg; Le Roux, Gael; Verheyden, Sophie et al

Conference (2013, August 28)

Dust deposition in southern Belgium is estimated from the geochemical signature of an ombrotrophic bog. The analyses of Rare Earth Elements (REE) and lithogenic element concentrations as well as Nd ... [more ▼]

Dust deposition in southern Belgium is estimated from the geochemical signature of an ombrotrophic bog. The analyses of Rare Earth Elements (REE) and lithogenic element concentrations as well as Nd isotopes were performed by HR-ICP-MS and MC-ICP-MS respectively, in a  6 m peat section representing 5300 years, from 30 BC to 5300 BC dated by the 14C method. REE concentration variations in peat samples were used as a dust proxy and the Nd isotopes to trace the sources. Peat humification and testate amoebae were used to evaluate hydroclimatic conditions. The range of dust deposition varied from 0.03 to 4 g m-2 yr-1. The highest dust fluxes were observed from 800 to 600 BC, and from 3200 to 2800 BC and correspond to cold periods. The Nd values show large variability, between -5 and –13, identifying three major sources of dust: local soils, distal volcanic and desert particles. By comparing our results with the dust recorded in other peat bogs and ice cores from different latitudes, we evidence that the Misten peat is a valid archive for dust deposition. [less ▲]

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See detailHolocene environmental changes in lake sediments from Northern Chilean Patagonia
Nuttin; Fagel, Nathalie ULg; Brogniet et al

Poster (2009)

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