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See detailAn integrated micro-simulation modeling framework to measure and predict emissions and dynamic exposure
Janssens, Davy; Cools, Mario ULg; Vanhoof, Koen et al

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See detailAdverse effects of antibiotics on activated sludge process: the erythromycin case
Louvet, Jean-Noël ULg; Attik, Ghania; Dumas, Dominique et al

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See detailDisplacement Extrapolation Method : An alternative to J-integral for stress intensity factors computation using X-FEM
Minnebo, Hans; Majérus, Julien; Noels, Ludovic ULg

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Stress intensity factors (SIFs) computation techniques based on J-integral methods [1] are widely used in finite element codes. However, the Displacement Extrapolation Method (DEM) [2] is an alternative ... [more ▼]

Stress intensity factors (SIFs) computation techniques based on J-integral methods [1] are widely used in finite element codes. However, the Displacement Extrapolation Method (DEM) [2] is an alternative way to compute them. The idea is to process an extrapolation based on the relative displacement of the crack face nodes. This method is generally less accurate than integral methods, but it requires much less computational resources. The method is well documented and is implemented in some finite element software. The X-FEM introduced in [3] is suited for crack problems. However, the literature on DEM in the X-FEM case seems to be non-existent in the present time. This paper tries to fill this lack in the literature by describing a new method using X-FEM. The approach followed here is only developed for Linear Elastic Fracture Mechanics. Note that the finite element software Code_Aster [4] already computes SIFs with DEM in X-FEM, but in a slightly different way. [less ▲]

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See detailSocial enterprise
Defourny, Jacques ULg

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See detailA survey of honey bee colony losses in Belgium, fall 2008 to spring 2009
Nguyen, Bach Kim ULg; Mignon, Jacques ULg; Laget, D. et al

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See detailIs left ventricular longitudinal function related to metabolic abnormalities and fat distribution?
Laret, V; Magne, Julien ULg; O'Connor, K et al

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See detailDynamique spatiale de rejet des déchets au sein des fourmilières Myrmica rubra
Diez, Lise; Lejeune, Philippe ULg; Detrain, Claire

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La vie en société de milliers d’individus apparentés dans un milieu confiné augmente le risque de transmission des pathogènes. Par le biais de comportements hygiéniques collectifs tels quel le rejet des ... [more ▼]

La vie en société de milliers d’individus apparentés dans un milieu confiné augmente le risque de transmission des pathogènes. Par le biais de comportements hygiéniques collectifs tels quel le rejet des déchets, les insectes sociaux ont développé des défenses spécifiques contre les pathogènes. Nous avons comparé la dynamique de rejet de différents types de déchets (cadavres, proies et morceaux de vermiculite) introduits dans des nids de Myrmica rubra. L’analyse vidéo, réalisée grâce à un programme original de suivi du déchet et de digitalisation des zones de couvain, a permis un suivi précis du déplacement de ces déchets au sein du nid. La vermiculite a été rapidement rejetée après 12 ± 4 minutes, les cadavres ont été éliminés après 139 ± 28 min et les proies ont été consommées puis rejetées après 17,3 ± 0,3 heures. L’analyse spatiale des déchets a montré un déplacement rapide des cadavres loin du couvain alors que les proies étaient fréquemment apportées près des larves pour la consommation. L’efficacité de la gestion des déchets a été testée par ailleurs en comparant la survie de colonies de fourmis ayant ou non la possibilité de rejeter leurs cadavres. La mortalité des adultes et des larves vivant dans des nids contraints de garder leurs cadavres est significativement supérieure à celle observée dans les colonies contrôles, confirmant l’importance de ce rejet pour la survie et le bon état sanitaire de la fourmilière. [less ▲]

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See detail"Giant Planets Aurorae" - Europlanet RI Science Case in the Working Packages
Rucker, M Scherf H O; Blanc, M.; André, N. et al

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See detailAssimilation of high-frequency radar surface currents measurements to optimize tidal boundary conditions and wind forcing
Barth, Alexander ULg; Alvera Azcarate, Aïda ULg; Gurgel, Klaus-Werner et al

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An ensemble smoother scheme is presented to assimilate high-frequency (HF) radar surface currents to improve tidal boundary conditions and wind forcings of a circulation model of the German Bight. To ... [more ▼]

An ensemble smoother scheme is presented to assimilate high-frequency (HF) radar surface currents to improve tidal boundary conditions and wind forcings of a circulation model of the German Bight. To create an ensemble of dynamically realistic tidal boundary conditions, a cost function is formulated which is directly related to the probability of each perturbation. This cost function ensures that the perturbations are spatially smooth and that the structure of the perturbations satisfies approximately the harmonic linearized shallow water equations. Based on those perturbations an ensemble simulation is carried out using the full three-dimensional General Estuarine Ocean Model (GETM). Optimized boundary values are obtained using all observations within the assimilation period using the covariances of the ensemble simulation. The approach acts like a smoother scheme since past and future observations are taken into account. The final analysis is obtained by rerunning the model using the optimal perturbation of the boundary conditions. The analyzed model solution satisfies thus the model equations exactly and does not suffer from spurious adjustments often observed with sequential assimilation schemes. Model results are also compared to independent tide gage data. The assimilation also reduces the model error compared to those sea level observations. The same scheme is also used to correct surface winds. Surface winds are crucial for accurately modeling the marine circulation in coastal waters. The method is validated directly by comparing the analyzed wind speed to in situ measurements and indirectly by assessing the impact of the corrected winds on sea surface temperature (SST) relative to satellite SST. [less ▲]

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See detailDiarrhea and vomitting in a yorkshire terrier
Ramery, Eve ULg; Papakonstantinou, Stratos; Pinilla, Manuel et al

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See detailSémiochimiques et danger - Les phéromones d'alarme
Verheggen, François ULg

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See detailNiveau de contamination et spéciation des métaux lourds dans l'Oued Fès et l'Oued Sebou.
Bouezmarni, Mohamed ULg; Debbaut, Vincent ULg; Diouri, S. El Edrissi et al

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See detailLand conversion to industrialization and its impacts on household food security in Red River Delta, Vietnam
Nguyen Thi, Dien; Lebailly, Philippe ULg; Vu Dinh, Ton

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Since 1990s Vietnam is undergoing rapid industrialization with the national goal of becoming an industrial country. As a result, large tracts of agricultural land were conversed to industrial zones and ... [more ▼]

Since 1990s Vietnam is undergoing rapid industrialization with the national goal of becoming an industrial country. As a result, large tracts of agricultural land were conversed to industrial zones and clusters. This paper analyzes the complex impacts caused by industrialization on household food security. Both qualitative and quantitative methods were applied to investigate how land conversion process to industrial companies affected food security of different groups of peasant households in Hung Yen province, the most rapid industrialization province in Red River Delta of Vietnam. The study showed that industrialization and neo-liberalism affected household food security in three aspects: the lost of large agricultural land area which did not ensure stable jobs for peasants; the decline of living quality as a result of environmental pollution and high living costs; and the lost of household self reliance on food, with 77 percent of surveyed households not producing enough food for their own consumption. Industrialization had created a new class structure in the Vietnamese countryside with the rise of landless peasants who survived by selling their labor and who are net food buyers. The study contributes to the research that link the analysis of household food security with livelihood systems in the processes interacting across scales, from the very local to the global. [less ▲]

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See detailL'erreur totale pour le transfert de méthodes
Rozet, Eric ULg

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See detailEuropean Union-Africa Partnership on cotton
Berti, Fabio ULg

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See detailReally TVD advection schemes for shelf seas
Mercier, Christophe ULg; Delhez, Eric ULg

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During the last decade large efforts have been devoted to the development of high-resolution schemes to solve advection problems. High-resolution conservative numerical schemes satisfying conservative ... [more ▼]

During the last decade large efforts have been devoted to the development of high-resolution schemes to solve advection problems. High-resolution conservative numerical schemes satisfying conservative, monotonicity preserving and shock-capturing properties are nowadays widely used in ocean modeling. Among these, TVD schemes, based on the concept of Total Variation Diminishing (TVD), were progressively adopted because of their good behavior that guarantees a solution free from numerical artifacts (no overshooting, no spurious oscillation, small diffusion) that can spoil the physical significance of the results. Most of the TVD schemes and associated limiters have been originally developed in idealized one-dimensional flows described by a linear advection. In finite volume marine models, one has however often to deal with the depth integrated advection equation. This formulation is usually preferred because of its conservative form that is particularly suited to numerical treatment using a finite volume approach. Conservative numerical schemes can be easily formulated to ensure that the total mass of the advected quantity is conserved. This property is very valuable in the context of environmental studies for which a strict equilibrium of the mass budget of pollutants is often more relevant that the raw accuracy of the integration scheme. In the same context, the numerical scheme should also produce neither new local extremum nor negative concentrations, i.e. it should be monotonicity preserving which is implied by the TVD property. The development of TVD schemes for the resolution of advection equations written in the conservative form is however not trivial. Numerical experiments show that the blind application to the depth-integrated equation of the usual TVD schemes and associated flux limiters introduced in the context of linear advection can lead to non-TVD solutions in presence of complex geometries. Spatial and/or temporal variations of the local bathymetry can indeed break the TVD property of the usual schemes. Really TVD schemes can be recovered by taking into account the local depth and its variations in the formulation of the flux limiters. Using this approach, a generalized superbee limiter is introduced and validated. [less ▲]

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See detailY'a-t-il des missionnaires congolais en Belgique
Demart, Sarah ULg

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See detailCOMMUNITY FORESTS IN CENTRAL AFRICA: PRESENT HURDLES AND PROSPECTIVE EVOLUTIONS
Karsenty, Alain; Lescuyer, Guillaume; Ezzine de Blas, Driss et al

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See detailA new role for the PP2A regulatory subunit Balpha in angiogenesis
Martin, Maud ULg

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See detailTotal Error Concept in Validation of Viral Activity in Cell Cultures
Gibein, N.; Rozet, Eric ULg

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Due to the high variability inherent of experimental recipients, validating biological methods is often a complex exercise, and following ICH Q2R1 recommendations is not always feasible and/or meaningful ... [more ▼]

Due to the high variability inherent of experimental recipients, validating biological methods is often a complex exercise, and following ICH Q2R1 recommendations is not always feasible and/or meaningful. Linking systematic error and random error to obtain a unique criterion, as defined in ISO guideline, could be of interest to capture the total variability in biological assays. In this paper, the use of Total Error concept in the validation of biological assays was for the first time investigated and compared to a conventional interpretation of the ICH guideline. Both decision methodologies concluded that the assaywas valid from 2.13 to 5.83 log10(CCID50/ml). However, only the Total Error approach using accuracy profile as decision tool allowed to guarantee that accurate and reliable results will be obtained during the future routine application of the assay. In addition, the risk to obtain out of acceptance limits results was estimated using this approach and was found out to be at the most 3.1% irrespective of the concentration level, thus demonstrating the reliability of the biological assay. [less ▲]

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See detailMulti-scale modelling of failure in heterogeneous periodic thin shells
Mercatoris, Benoît ULg; Massart, Thierry J.

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See detailEstimation of tidal boundary conditions and surface winds by assimilation of high-frequency radar surface currents in the German Bight
Barth, Alexander ULg; Alvera Azcarate, Aïda ULg; Gurgel, Klaus-Werner et al

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Numerical ocean models are affected by errors of various origins: errors in the initial conditions, boundary conditions and atmospheric forcings, uncertainties in the turbulence parametrization and ... [more ▼]

Numerical ocean models are affected by errors of various origins: errors in the initial conditions, boundary conditions and atmospheric forcings, uncertainties in the turbulence parametrization and discretization errors. In data assimilation, observations are used to reduce the uncertainty in the model solution. Ensemble-based assimilation schemes are often implemented such that the expected error of the model solution is minimized. It is shown that the observations can also be used to obtain improved estimates of the, in general, poorly known boundary conditions and atmospheric forcings. An ensemble smoother scheme is presented to assimilate high-frequency (HF) radar surface currents to improve tidal boundary conditions and wind forcings of a circulation model of the German Bight. To create an ensemble of dynamically realistic tidal boundary conditions, a cost function is formulated which is directly related to the probability of each perturbation. This cost function ensures that the perturbations are spatially smooth and that the structure of the perturbations satisfies approximately the harmonic linearized shallow water equations. Based on those perturbations an ensemble simulation is carried out using the full three-dimensional General Estuarine Ocean Model (GETM). Optimized boundary values are obtained using all observations within the assimilation period using the covariances of the ensemble simulation. The approach acts like a smoother scheme since past and future observations are taken into account. The final analysis is obtained by rerunning the model using the optimal perturbation of the boundary conditions. The analyzed model solution satisfies thus the model equations exactly and does not suffer from spurious adjustments often observed with sequential assimilation schemes. Model results are also compared to independent tide gauge data. The assimilation also reduces the model error compared to those sea level observations. The same scheme is also used to correct surface winds. Surface winds are crucial for accurately modeling the marine circulation in coastal waters. The method is validated directly by comparing the analyzed wind speed to in situ measurements and indirectly by assessing the impact of the corrected winds on sea surface temperature (SST) relative to satellite SST. [less ▲]

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See detail« La mer dans la Passion de sainte Salsa »
Fialon, Sabine ULg

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See detailDo faces capture attention in a bottom-up fashion? An eye-movement study
Devue, Christel ULg; Belopolsky, Artem; Theeuwes, Jan

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Due to their high social and biological significance, faces should be able to capture attention in a bottom-up fashion. Accordingly, a recent visual search study showed that the presence of an upright ... [more ▼]

Due to their high social and biological significance, faces should be able to capture attention in a bottom-up fashion. Accordingly, a recent visual search study showed that the presence of an upright distractor face slows down the search for a butterfly target while the presence of a butterfly distractor does not affect the search for a target face (Langton et al., 2008). To further test whether upright faces automatically capture attention we recorded eye movements during a cued target search task. We show that when the search alternates between a face and a butterfly target (Experiment 1), faces are found faster and with less saccades than butterflies. The presence of the opposite distractor within the display (e.g. a face during a butterfly search) slows down the search but to a higher extent when the distractor is a face. Similarly, faces capture the eyes more frequently than butterflies. In a control experiment inverted face targets were also found more efficiently than inverted butterfly targets and captured the eyes more frequently than butterflies when presented as distractors (Experiment 2). However, when upright or inverted faces were always presented as irrelevant distractors (Experiment 3), we could not found any sign of disruption caused by their presence during a search for butterfly or flower targets. These results challenge the view that faces capture attention automatically. Rather, they suggest that faces only attract attention when their processing is relevant during the search task and that they can otherwise be ignored. [less ▲]

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See detailRem Koolhaas, Le Corbusier et la ville-événement
Steinmetz, Rudy ULg

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See detailOrganic farming in Wallonia : situation and perspectives
Burny, Philippe ULg

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See detailModeling post-combustion CO2 capture with amine solvents
Léonard, Grégoire ULg; Heyen, Georges ULg

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Oral communication at the Cape-forum, Aachen, 2010. Modeling CO2 capture process and optimization of some process parameters with an equilibrium-based model.

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See detailDiversity Management in Belgium
Cornet, Annie ULg; Zanoni

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See detailla gestion des âges
Cornet, Annie ULg

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See detailIntegration sozialer Aspekte bei der Bewertung von Prozessen auf Basis erneuerbarer Energien
Kopriwa, Nicole; Reitinger, C; Penner, H et al

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See detailImaging techniques
Calvo Del Castillo, Helena ULg; Cervera Xicotencatl, Ariadna; Oger, Cécile

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See detailDiversity in the sound production mechanism in Ophidiiformes
Parmentier, Eric ULg; Mann, David; Kever, Loïc ULg et al

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See detailCordon sanitaire : de l'éthique et de la responsabilité
Jamin, Jérôme ULg

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See detailComparison of two physiognomies of rupestrian fields occurring along a soil gradient
Le Stradic, Soizig ULg; Buisson, Elise; Fernandes, Geraldo Wilson

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See detailloads hungry and masses too big: measure nouns on the move?
Declerck, Bernard; Brems, Lieselotte ULg

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See detailFuran formation in baby food model systems from vitamin C and unsaturated fatty acids
Owczarek-Fendor, Agnieszka; De Meulenaer, Bruno; Scholl, Georges ULg et al

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See detailRohstoffwandel als Herausforderung f�r die Verfahrenstechnik
Fayyaz, Sara; Hillerbrand, Rafaela; Pfennig, Andreas ULg

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See detailAnalyse invasive versus analyse par faisceaux d'ions pour déterminer les sources géologiques de pigments préhistoriques de la grotte du Renne à Arcy-sur-Cure (Yonne, France)
Salomon, Hélène ULg; Beck, Lucile; Coquinot, Yvan et al

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La grotte du Renne à Arcy-sur-Cure a été le théâtre d'occupations tardives par les derniers Néandertaliens, il y a environ 34 000 ans, soit avant l'apparition de l'art pariétal. Ils y ont utilisé d ... [more ▼]

La grotte du Renne à Arcy-sur-Cure a été le théâtre d'occupations tardives par les derniers Néandertaliens, il y a environ 34 000 ans, soit avant l'apparition de l'art pariétal. Ils y ont utilisé d'importantes quantités de roches pigmentées rouges et noires respectivement riches en fer et en manganèse. Les roches pigmentées ont été réduites en poudre soit par broyage, soit par abrasion, opération qui a produit des facettes d'usure sur les blocs. Le but de l'utilisation de ces matériaux n'est pas connu puisque Neandertal n'a laissé aucun témoignage de préoccupation esthétique. Rechercher les modalités d'acquisition des matières premières colorantes permet de connaître l'aire géographique fréquentée par ces hommes fossiles et de percevoir les propriétés de ces matériaux que les Néandertaliens désiraient exploiter. La caractérisation de ces matériaux s'est faite dans un premier temps par des méthodes de pétrographie traditionnelle impliquant le prélèvement parfois conséquent dans les matières colorantes archéologiques (prélèvement réduit en poudre pour la diffraction des rayons X, coupes pour faire des lames minces observées au microscope pétrographique). Ces investigations ont permis de distinguer deux sources d'approvisionnement en matières colorantes riches en oxydes de fer situées dans un rayon de 10 km autour de la grotte. Dans un second temps, la mise en place d'un protocole d'analyses non invasives visait à obtenir autant, voire plus, d'informations sur ces vestiges désormais connus, sans le moindre prélèvement. L'analyse par PIXE a permis de déterminer les éléments majeurs et les éléments traces marqueurs des groupes géologiques. Elle a pu être appliquée à la fois aux blocs bruts et aux blocs facettés pour lesquels les prélèvements sont impossibles. Les différentes sources de matières premières identifiées dans un premier temps par pétrographie, sont dans l'ensemble confirmées par PIXE. Mais une troisième source de roches rouges est à suspecter, ce que la pétrographie n'avait pas permis de déterminer. [less ▲]

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See detailL’entrepreneurship senior
Cecchini, Isabelle ULg; huby, E.; Cornet, Annie ULg

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See detailGestion de la diversité, pourquoi et pour qui ?
Cornet, Annie ULg

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See detailAffective valence and false memoires in Aging
Dehon, Hedwige ULg; laroi, Frank; van der Linden, Martial

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See detailFocus on the epidemiology of metabolic syndrome in Luxembourg. Data from ORISCAV-LUX study
Alkerwi, A; Lair, ML; Guillaume, Michèle ULg

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See detailReDrop ? Vorhersage von Extraktionskolonnen durch L�sung der Tropfenpopulationsbilanzen
Kopriwa, Nicole; Ayesterán, José M.; Buchbender, Florian et al

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See detailMorphemes in the mind: Are there graded effects of semantic similarity on morphological processing in children?
Deacon, Hélène; Downing, Jennifer; Gonnerman, Laura et al

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See detailOn the origin of Planosols – the process of ferrolysis revisited
Van Ranst, Eric; Cornelis, Jean-Thomas ULg; Dumon, Mathijs et al

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Abstract : Planosols have been recognized as a Major Soil Group right from the beginning in the legend of the FAO Soil Map of the World. Also in WRB system it maintained that position at Reference Soil ... [more ▼]

Abstract : Planosols have been recognized as a Major Soil Group right from the beginning in the legend of the FAO Soil Map of the World. Also in WRB system it maintained that position at Reference Soil Group level on the account that a major pedogenetic process, ferrolysis, is underlaying the severe stagnic properties that characterize this group. With the recent introduction of Stagnosols in WRB it appears that a serious overlap has been introduced at Reference Soil Group level. This paper aims to throw new light on the genesis of Planosols, drawing from new soil surveys conducted in the south-western Ethiopian highlands. The conclusion is that it is highly unlikely that ‘ferrolysis’ can be called in to explain the genesis of Planosols in the Ethiopian highlands. As Ethiopia is one of the mainstays of Planosols, it is suggested that WRB rethinks its strategy on soils with stagnic properties as there is room for rationalization. [less ▲]

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See detailLe développement durable: un concept incontournable
Stassart, Pierre M ULg

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See detailInfection models for dermatophytes research
Mignon, Bernard ULg

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See detailAnforderungen an die wissenschaftlich fundierte Auslegung der Phytoextraktion und Wege zu ihrer Umsetzung
Delinski, Dirk; Pfennig, Andreas ULg; Leistner, Jörg et al

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See detailReDrop – Vorhersage von Extraktionskolonnen durch Lösung der Tropfenpopulationsbilanzen
Kopriwa, Nicole; Ayesterán, J; Buchbender, Florian et al

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See detailConvergent evolution for sound production with a putative slow muscle in a Perciform fish Glaucosoma buergeri (Glaucosomatidae)
Mok, Hin-Kiu; Tsai, Kai-En; Chiu, Pai-Ho et al

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See detailUnit Operations simulated on the molecular level
Pereira Neto, A; Babic, D; Pfennig, Andreas ULg

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See detailLes concepts de l'égalité et de la diversité
Cornet, Annie ULg

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See detailFrom Justification to phenomenology
Frère, Bruno ULg

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The aim of this paper is to demonstrate the value of French pragmatist sociology as a post-Bourdieusian critical sociology. Against interpretations of justifications as cultural tool kits, we carve out ... [more ▼]

The aim of this paper is to demonstrate the value of French pragmatist sociology as a post-Bourdieusian critical sociology. Against interpretations of justifications as cultural tool kits, we carve out the framework’s phenomenological underpinnings in order to XXX. We suggest that the pragmatist notion of ‘grammar’ is useful to articulate the normative macro-elements that motivate local actions and justifications, while phenomenology helps us to understand those as expressions of fundamental ways of relating to the world [less ▲]

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See detailThe role of first-line hospitals: needs and challenges in changing environment.
Porignon, Denis ULg; Holder, Renato

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See detailTNFR-induced activation of MAP3K14/NIK enhances TNFR1-induced cell death
Boutafalla, Layla; Bertrand, Mathieu; Remouchamps, Caroline ULg et al

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See detailProcess mineralogy and automated phase identification in mixed copper ores at Kansanshi (Zambia)
Kottgen; Bastin, David ULg; Dufrane, Florent et al

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See detailComprehensive geriatric assessment : are the interRAI Acute care and the Minimum geriatric screening tool complements or substitutes ?
Wellens, N; Deschodt, M; Boman, X et al

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