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See detailPre-treatment Technologies
Wertz, Jean-Luc ULg; Paquot, Michel ULg

Scientific conference (2011, September 28)

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See detailPre-war Planning in Belgium
Bechet, Christophe ULg

in Janz, Oliver; Apostolopoulos, Nicolas (Eds.) 1914-1918-online. International Encyclopedia of the First World War (in press)

Abstract: Since the Treaty of London in 1839, pre-war planning theories in Belgium oscillated between two positions: on one hand secure and defend which border would be endangered, on the other hand ... [more ▼]

Abstract: Since the Treaty of London in 1839, pre-war planning theories in Belgium oscillated between two positions: on one hand secure and defend which border would be endangered, on the other hand constitute in Antwerp a powerful national sanctuary. This concentration of most of the available military means in Antwerp was far more appropriate in the event of a French invasion. But this perspective decreased after the Franco-Prussian war in 1870, while the possibility of a trespassing by the two belligerents became greater and greater. The fortifications of Namur and Liège were voted by the Chambers in 1887 as a deterrent to both France and Germany. Nevertheless, without totally putting aside the defence of the Belgian southwestern border, high-ranking officers seemed to fear more and more a violation of the eastern border. Due to the completion of fortifications on the Meuse in 1892, German columns were supposed to move forward south of the river, through the Belgian Ardennes. On the eve of the Great War, King Albert I would have preferred to concentrate the army on the Meuse but his Chief of Staff selected a central position in order to maintain and secure his line of communication with Antwerp. The lack of a determined and “standardized” doctrine at the highest level of the army led to a “mixed” or compromise plan adopted in a hurry during the first days of mobilization in August 1914. [less ▲]

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See detailPréambule
Meulemans, Thierry ULg; Collette, Fabienne ULg; Van der Linden, Martial ULg

in Meulemans, Thierry; Collette, Fabienne; Van der Linden, Martial (Eds.) Neuropsychologie des fonctions exécutives (2004)

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Belloi, Livio ULg

in Delville, Michel (Ed.) L'Œuvre en morceaux : esthétiques de la mosaïque (2006)

New critical approaches on the mosaic, apprehended from an interdisciplinary perspective (poetry, art history, film, multimedia).

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Delville, Michel ULg; Belloi, Livio ULg

in Belloi, Livio; Delville, Michel (Eds.) L'oeuvre en morceaux (2006)

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See detailPrecambrian geodynamics and ore formation: The Fennoscandian Shield
Weihed, Pär; Arndt, Nicholas; Billström, Kjell et al

in Ore Geology Reviews (2005), 27(1-4), 273-322

Compared with present-day global plate tectonics, Archaean and Palaeoproterozoic plate tectonics may have involved faster moving, hotter plates that accumulated less sediment and contained a thinner ... [more ▼]

Compared with present-day global plate tectonics, Archaean and Palaeoproterozoic plate tectonics may have involved faster moving, hotter plates that accumulated less sediment and contained a thinner section of lithospheric mantle. This scenario also fits with the complex geodynamic evolution of the Fennoscandian Shield from 2.06 to 1.78 Ga when rapid accretion of island arcs and several microcontinent-continent collisions in a complex array of orogens was manifested in short-lived but intense orogenies involving voluminous magmatism. With a few exceptions, all major ore deposits formed in specific tectonic settings between 2.06 and 1.78 Ga and thus a strong geodynamic control oil ore deposit formation is suggested. All orogenic gold deposits formed syn- to post-peak metamorphism and their timing reflects the orogenic younging of the shield towards the SW and west. Most orogenic gold deposits formed during periods of crustal shortening with peaks at 2.72 to 2.67, 1.90 to 1.86 and 1.85 to 1.79 Ga. The ca. 2.5 to 2.4 Ga Ni-Cu PGE deposits formed both as part of layered igneous complexes and associated with mafic volcanism, in basins formed during rifling of the Archaean craton at ca. 2.5 to 2.4 Ga. Svecokarelian ca. 1.89 to 1.88 Ga Ni-Cu deposits are related to mafic-ultramafic rocks intruded along linear belts at the accretionary margins of microcratons. All major VMS deposits in the Fennoscandian Shield formed between 1.97 and 1.88 Ga, in extensional settings, prior to basin inversion and accretion. The oldest "Cyprus-type" deposits were obducted onto the Archaean continent during the onset of convergence. The Pyhasalmi VMS deposits formed at 1.93 to 1.91 Ga in primitive, bimodal arc complexes during extension of the arc. In contrast, the Skellefte VMS deposits are 20 to 30 million years younger and formed in a strongly extensional intra-arc region that developed on continental or mature arc crust. Deposits in the Bergslagen-Uusimaa belt are similar in age to the Skellefte deposits and formed in a microcraton that collided with the Karelian craton at ca. 1.88 to 1.87 Ga. The Bergslagen-Uusimaa belt is interpreted as an intra-continental, or continental margin back-arc, extensional region developed on older continental crust. Iron oxide-copper-gold (IOCG) deposits are diverse in style. At least the oldest mineralizing stages, at ca. 1.88 Ga, are coeval with calc-alkaline to monzonitic magmatism and coeval and possibly cogenetic subaerial volcanism more akin to continental arcs or to magmatic arcs inboard of the active subduction zone. Younger mineralization of similar style took place when S-type magmatism occurred at ca. 1.80 to 1.77 Ga during cratonization distal to the active N-S-trending subduction zone in the west. Possibly, interaction of magmatic fluids with evaporitic sequences in older rift sequences was important for ore formation. Finally, the large volumes of anorthositic magmas that characterize the Sveconorwegian Orogeny formed a major concentration of Ti in the SW part of the Sveconorwegian orogenic belt under granulite facies conditions, about 40 million years after the last regional deformation of the Sveconorwegian Orogeny, between ca. 930 and 920 Ma. (c) 2005 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved. [less ▲]

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See detailPrecambrian microfossils from Mbuji-Mayi Supergroup, Democratic Republic of Congo
Kabamba Baludikay, Blaise ULg

Diverse speeche and writing (2013)

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See detailPrécarité et parentalité difficile : une aide coordonnée au bénéfice de l’enfant. « Seconde Peau », le projet de maisons médicales et d’hôpitaux liégeois
Vanmeerbeek, Marc ULg

Conference (2010, December 11)

Une collaboration entre des centres de santé de première ligne (maisons médicales) et des services hospitaliers (Service SOS Familles du CHC - Liège et maternité universitaire au CHR de la Citadelle ... [more ▼]

Une collaboration entre des centres de santé de première ligne (maisons médicales) et des services hospitaliers (Service SOS Familles du CHC - Liège et maternité universitaire au CHR de la Citadelle - Liège) a permis de mettre sur pieds une intervention précoce dans le milieu de vie au bénéfice de nourrissons et jeunes enfants victimes de négligence ou de troubles de l'attachement. [less ▲]

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See detailPrécarité psycho-sociale différentielle des hommes et des femmes
Born, Michel ULg; Gavray, Claire ULg

in Cahiers de l'IPSA (1996), 19

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See detailLa précarité psychosociale différentielle entre hommes et femmes
Born, Michel ULg; Gavray, Claire ULg

in Neuilly, M. (Ed.) La disqualification (1996)

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See detailPrecast Hollow Core Slabs in Fire: Numerical Simulations and Experimental Tests
Dotreppe, Jean-Claude ULg; Franssen, Jean-Marc ULg

in Franssen, Jean-Marc; Benichou; Kodur (Eds.) et al Proceedings of SiF'04: Third International Structures in Fire workshop (2004)

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See detailLa précaution en droit administratif, Rapport international de synthèse
Pâques, Michel ULg

in Le principe de précaution en droit administratif - Precautionary Principle and Administrative Law (2007)

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See detailLa précaution en droit administratif, Rapport international de synthèse
Pâques, Michel ULg

in General Reports - Rapports généraux, XVIIe Congrès de l'Académie internationale de droit comparé (2007)

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See detailLa précession du plan d'oscillation du pendule de Foucault : une approche géométrique intuitive
De Rop, Yves ULg; Moreau, Olivier

in Revue des Questions Scientifiques (2002), 173(3), 261-276

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See detailPrecessional and half-precessional climate forcing of Mid-Devonian monsoon-like dynamics
De Vleeschouwer, David; Da Silva, Anne-Christine ULg; Boulvain, Frédéric ULg et al

in Climate of the Past (2012), 8

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See detailPrecessional and half-precessional climate forcing of Mid-Devonian monsoon-like dynamics
De Vleeschouwer; Da Silva, Anne-Christine ULg; Boulvain, Frédéric ULg et al

in Climate of the Past Discussions (2011), 7

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