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See detailCathéter épicutanéo-cave double voie versus simple voie: une étude randomisée chez le nouveau-né prémature
Marion, W.; Battisti, Oreste ULg; Anthopoulou, N. et al

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See detailSynthèse de chélateurs bifonctionnels en vue du développement d’agents de contraste pour l’IRM
Thonon, David ULg; Paris, Jérôme; Jacques, Vincent et al

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See detailComparison of ENFA and GLM modelling for summer habitat suitability of the sperm whale in the northwestern Mediterranean Sea
Praca, Emilie; Gannier, Alexandre; Das, Krishna ULg et al

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See detailNavigation neurochirurgicale basée sur des modèles biomécaniques
Vigneron; Boman, Romain C.; Ponthot, Jean-Philippe et al

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See detailTowards a carbon balance at the Lonzée crop site
Moureaux, Christine ULg; Debacq, Alain ULg; Suleau, Marie ULg et al

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See detailDifferent approaches to measure environmental odours emitted by landfill areas
Romain, Anne-Claude ULg; Delva, Julien ULg; Nicolas, Jacques ULg

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This paper presents different methods to assess the odour emission and the odour annoyance in the surroundings. It is shown, on the example of landfill areas and composting facilities, that chemical ... [more ▼]

This paper presents different methods to assess the odour emission and the odour annoyance in the surroundings. It is shown, on the example of landfill areas and composting facilities, that chemical analyses are helpful to identify key compounds of the odour release, and to set up the specification of a monitoring instrument. Sensitive methods, like dynamic olfactometry or sniffing team investigation, are mainly applicable to provide a global odour plume or an average annoyance zone. And the electronic nose can supply a warning signal to the plant manager or a real time estimation of the annoyance zone. [less ▲]

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See detailComparative pharmacokinetics of two intravenous dosage rates of tiludronate in healthy adult horses
Delguste, Catherine ULg; Amory, Hélène ULg; Guyonnet, Jérôme et al

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Plasma and urine pharmacokinetics of tiludronate administered once daily as an intravenous bolus of 0.1 mg/kg for ten consecutive days (group 1, n=6) was compared to a single slow infusion of 1 mg/kg ... [more ▼]

Plasma and urine pharmacokinetics of tiludronate administered once daily as an intravenous bolus of 0.1 mg/kg for ten consecutive days (group 1, n=6) was compared to a single slow infusion of 1 mg/kg (group 2, n=6) in healthy adult horses. Plasma samples were collected at regular intervals for a period of 16 and 7 days in groups 1 and 2 respectively. Continuous urine collection for determination of cumulative urinary excretion of tiludronate was performed during 16 and 7 days in groups 1 and 2 respectively, and over 24-hour periods every 10 days until 60 days after the last tiludronate administration in both groups. Tiludronate concentrations were obtained in all plasma and urine samples using HPLC with UV detection. Plasma pharmacokinetic parameters were determined using a noncompartmental approach. Group 1 mean (± SD) AUCss was 3.76 (±0.698) mg.h.L-1 and group 2 mean (± SD) AUCtot was 39.07 (±3.699) mg.h.L-1. Mean (± SD) clearance (Cl) was 0.027 (±0.0042) and 0.026 (±0.0022) L.h-1.kg-1 in groups 1 and 2, respectively. Neither the dose corrected AUC (p=0.724) nor the Cl (p=0.528) were statistically different between groups. Relative plasma bioavailability (infusion versus bolus) was 103%. Cumulative urine tiludronic acid excretion could not be compared between groups due to analytical limitations (LOQ of 0.025 mg.L-1), which led to numerous missing data particularly in group 1, and an inability to conduct appropriate statistical and pharmacokinetic analyses. In conclusion, both dosage rates of tiludronate were considered bioequivalent with regards to plasma pharmacokinetics. [less ▲]

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See detailA West Florida Shelf ROMS Nested into HYCOM: Ensemble-based Assimilation of HF-Radar Surface Currents and a 2005 Red Tide Case Study with Simulated Drifters
Barth, Alexander ULg; Alvera Azcarate, Aïda ULg; Weisberg, R. H.

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A West Florida Shelf (WFS) model is constructed by nesting the Regional Ocean Model System (ROMS) in the Atlantic Hybrid Coordinate Ocean Model (HYCOM) to include both local and deep-ocean forcing ... [more ▼]

A West Florida Shelf (WFS) model is constructed by nesting the Regional Ocean Model System (ROMS) in the Atlantic Hybrid Coordinate Ocean Model (HYCOM) to include both local and deep-ocean forcing, particularly the Gulf of Mexico Loop Current (LC). Hindcast experiments from 2004 to 2006 are presented and compared to observed temperature (moorings and BSOP profiling floats), ADCP velocity time series and HF-Radar surface currents. Two different mixing schemes (Mellor Yamada level 2.5 and K-Profile Parameterization, KPP) are tested and the importance of the vertical resolution for mixing is addressed. The model results of those different configurations are compared to temperature observations on the shelf. Results obtained with the Mellor Yamada scheme are closer to observations during winter (negative buoyancy flux and strong winds) while in summer (positive buoyancy flux and in general weaker wind) the KPP scheme produces more realistic results. Given the present HYCOM configuration we assessed the benefit of nesting ROMS in HYCOM compared to nesting ROMS in climatology. The model solutions on the shelf were compared to various in situ data. The model performed best when using the HYCOM boundary values. Simulated trajectories for drifters deployed off Tampa Bay and Sarasota were used to address the evolution of Karenia brevis concentrations during the 2005 red tide. Near surface drifters were advected offshore, whereas drifters deployed in the bottom Ekman layer matched the subsequently observed Karenia brevis distributions, showing the importance of the 3D structure of coastal ocean currents for red tide on the WFS. As a first attempt at assimilating CODAR surface currents we used an ensemble simulation carried out under different wind forcings to estimate the error covariance of the model state vector and the covariance between the ocean currents and the wind. Improvements were obtained for the modeled currents, not only at the surface, but also at depth. [less ▲]

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See detailA New Discontinuous Galerkin Formulation for Kirchhoff-Love Shells
Noels, Ludovic ULg; Radovitzky, Raul

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See detailEcological Impacts of Invasive Plant Species
Vanderhoeven, Sonia ULg

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See detailMeasurement-induced spatial modulation of spontaneous decay and photon arrival times
von Zanthier, J.; Bastin, Thierry ULg; Agarwal, G. S.

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See detailGivetian megaspores from Libya and Belgium
Steemans, Philippe ULg; Breuer, P.; Gerrienne, Philippe ULg et al

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See detailKnowledge-aided Array Calibration for Registration-based Range-dependence Compensation in Airborne STAP Radar with Conformal Antenna Arrays
Ries, Philippe; Lesturgie, Marc; Lapierre, Fabian D. et al

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See detailClimatic differentiation of the invasive alien plant Senecio inaequidens (Asteraceae) during invasion
Monty, Arnaud ULg; Mahy, Grégory ULg

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Despite the problems they cause, biological invasions represent a great opportunity to study large-scale plant evolution, e.g. in response to changing climate. Senecio inaequidens DC. is an herbaceous ... [more ▼]

Despite the problems they cause, biological invasions represent a great opportunity to study large-scale plant evolution, e.g. in response to changing climate. Senecio inaequidens DC. is an herbaceous perennial originating from South Africa. It was introduced as a wool alien in a few precise locations about one century ago and after a lag phase of several decades, started to spread rapidly throughout Europe and its contrasted climate. Our study uses common garden experiments to assess the differentiation of the species along both altitudinal and climatic gradients. Life history traits are measured and linked to climatic conditions of source populations. Results show that the species evolved along a climatic gradient from the Mediterranean to the high Pyrenean. This along-invasion differentiation can be linked to mean temperature evolution along the gradient and shows how an introduced species can potentially develop adaptations to new encountered thermic conditions in a length of time of several decades. How understanding the adaptive response of a plant to new climatic conditions will help anticipating the potential response of the flora to climate change is discussed. [less ▲]

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See detailDetecting awareness in impaired states of consciousness
Vanhaudenhuyse, Audrey ULg

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See detailOptimization of drug-cyclodextrin complexation reaction by a static supercritical carbon dioxide method
Brion, Michael; Nizet, Dominique; Piel, Géraldine ULg et al

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See detailLa situation économique de la culture des céréales en Belgique
Burny, Philippe ULg

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See detailThermal and structural behavior of blends made of palm oil, anhydrous milk fat or their fractions.
Braipson, Sabine ULg; Gibon, Véronique; Deroanne, Claude

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See detailLe tétras lyre dans les Hautes-Fagnes : quarante ans de suivis - dix ans d'actions.
Poncin, Pascal ULg; Keulen, Christine; Loneux, Michèle ULg et al

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See detailPARTICIPATION OF ULG STUDENTS TO THE SSETI MICROSATELLITE PROGRAMME USING SAMCEF
Bolland, M.; COLLIGNON, G.; VANDENPLAS, X. et al

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The objective of this presentation is to discuss the participation of students at the University of Liège to the educational spacecraft project SSETI-ESEO proposed by the European Space Agency. SSETI ... [more ▼]

The objective of this presentation is to discuss the participation of students at the University of Liège to the educational spacecraft project SSETI-ESEO proposed by the European Space Agency. SSETI students are now mainly involved in the ESEO satellite for which the University of Liège is in charge of the MECH work package. The students have to propose a design for the structure of the solar panels (including the geometry and materials) and their deployment and pointing mechanisms (including electrical circuits, motors, hinges and actuators). Through detailed finite element computations in the SAMCEF software, they have to verify the structural integrity of the panels during the launch phase and to guarantee a safe deployment once on-orbit. Another task is to ensure an appropriate orientation of the solar panels to collect the maximum power from the sun. An industrial partner specialized in the development of computer-aided engineering solutions, SAMTECH, and a research center, Liège Space Center (CSL), also bring their expertise to the project. [less ▲]

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See detailRestrictive annuloplasty for ischemic mitral regurgitation may induce functional mitral stenosis.
Magne, Julien ULg; Sénéchal, M; Mathieu, P et al

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See detailLEODIUM project and student space activities at the University of Liege
Vandenrijt, Jean-François ULg; Rochus, Pierre ULg; Kerschen, Gaëtan ULg et al

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the origin of the LEODIUM project which stands for Low Earth Orbit Demonstration of Innovations in University Mode. This project aims to create student pico- or nano-satellites. There is a strong ... [more ▼]

the origin of the LEODIUM project which stands for Low Earth Orbit Demonstration of Innovations in University Mode. This project aims to create student pico- or nano-satellites. There is a strong motivation coming from the students and from the academic members to promote space. Being unexperienced in complete satellite design, as a first step in this direction, we started working with the ESA funded SSETI association. At the moment, two teams of students are working on SSETI satellites. One is working as the MECH team which is in charge of the design of the sun-pointing solar panels of the European Student Earth Orbiter (ESEO) satellite mechanisms, the other team is working on the phase-A studies of the Narrow Angle Camera (NAC) which will be the core payload of the European Student Moon Orbiter (ESMO) satellite, both in collaboration with local industrials. The students are mainly working on ESEO and ESMO as part of their master thesis. In addition to that, two PhD students are in charge of the coordination of the teams (one for the ESEO team and another for the ESMO team). They will also be the link between previous and new students every times an overlap will occur and ensure that information is not lost during the transition. In this paper, we will describe the current design and the achievements on the ESEO solar panels and the ESMO NAC camera. Explanation will also be given on how the collaboration between the local student and the SSETI association is managed. Finally, we will briefly introduce the prospective for the LEODIUM project. [less ▲]

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See detailIAS Mesoscale Surface Circulation Observed Through Satellite Altimetry and its Influence in a Small Scale, Coastal Domain, Studied with a ROMS Model of the Cariaco Basin
Alvera Azcarate, Aïda ULg; Barth, Alexander ULg; Virmani, J. I. et al

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The Intra-Americas Sea (IAS) surface circulation is characterized by large scale currents. The Caribbean current, which originates in the Lesser Antilles, travels westwards through the Caribbean Sea and ... [more ▼]

The Intra-Americas Sea (IAS) surface circulation is characterized by large scale currents. The Caribbean current, which originates in the Lesser Antilles, travels westwards through the Caribbean Sea and eastern Mexico and passes through the Gulf of Mexico to finally form the Gulf Stream. This complex system of currents is also characterized by a high mesoscale variability, such as eddies and meanders. The objectives of this work are twofold: first, the multi-scale surface circulation of the IAS is described using satellite altimetry. The topographic influence of the different basins forming the IAS, the characteristic time and spatial scales, and the time variability of the surface circulation will be addressed. The second objective is to analyze the influence of this large scale circulation on a small scale coastal domain with a ROMS-based model of the Cariaco basin (Venezuela). Cariaco is a deep (1400 m), semi-enclosed basin connected to the open ocean by two shallow channels (Tortuga and Centinela Channels). Its connection with the open sea, and therefore the ventilation of the basin, occurs in the surface layers. The Cariaco ROMS model will be used to study the exchanges of mass, heat and salt through the channels. A 1/60 degree ROMS model nested in the global 1/12 degree HYCOM model from the Naval Research Laboratory will be used for this study. In addition, a series of observations (satellite altimetry and in situ temperature, salinity and velocity data), will be used to assess the influence of the Caribbean circulation on the basin. [less ▲]

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See detailThe Pregnancy-Associated Glycoproteins: Biochemical Aspects and Clinical Application for Pregnancy Follow-up
Melo de Sousa, Noelita ULg; Barbato, O.; Bella, Amina ULg et al

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Pregnancy diagnosis is an important part in reproduction management of ruminants. In the last years, a large polymorphic family of placenta-expressed proteins has been discovered in ruminant species and ... [more ▼]

Pregnancy diagnosis is an important part in reproduction management of ruminants. In the last years, a large polymorphic family of placenta-expressed proteins has been discovered in ruminant species and used for pregnancy diagnosis. Members of this family are named pregnancy-associated glycoproteins (PAG), being synthesized in the mono- and binucleate cells of the ruminant’s trophectoderm. Part of them are released in the maternal blood circulation where they can be assayed by different laboratory techniques. Due to large variety of expressed molecules and to large variations in the post-translational processing of the PAG, different immuno-systems present different ability to quantify the PAG released in blood. The sensitivity (92 to 100%) and specificity of PAG radioimmunoassay when used for pregnancy diagnosis are very high. The assay of PAG can also bring very interesting information for researchers working in programs focused on the study of embryonic and fetal mortalities, as well as on embryo biotechnology (ET, FIV, clonage), animal nutrition, or infections diseases resulting in pathologies affecting the pregnancy. [less ▲]

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See detailWhat about concrete in the next thirty years ?
Courard, Luc ULg

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See detailPhase I/IIclinical trial of local GM-CSF application in patients with cervical HPV-associated low grade squamous intraepithelial lesions
Hubert, Pascale ULg; Doyen, Jean ULg; Chapelle, X. et al

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Background: Quantitative and functional alterations of professional antigen-presenting cells (APC) in SIL suggest that these lesions may have a diminished capacity to capture viral antigens. Moreover, GM ... [more ▼]

Background: Quantitative and functional alterations of professional antigen-presenting cells (APC) in SIL suggest that these lesions may have a diminished capacity to capture viral antigens. Moreover, GM-CSF (whose production is decreased in HPV-transformed keratinocytes) is an essential factor for the migration of APC in cervical (pre)neoplastic lesions formed in vitro and transplanted in vivo on mouse. In this study we performed a phase I/II clinical trial in order to determine whether a local application of GM-CSF on cervical low-grade squamous intraepithelial lesions (LSIL) might increase the recruitment of APC into the epithelium and indirectly the viral antigen presentation to the immune system. Methods: Fifteen patients with LSIL (10 GM-CSF and 5 placebo) were enrolled in this study. Patients received 4 GM-CSF applications (or placebo gel) and were followed during 6-7 months. APC infiltration was quantified by immunostaining with anti-CD1a mAb. Cellular immune response was evaluated by using an IFN-gamma intracellular staining on PBMC stimulated in vitro with the E7 HPV16 protein and L1 HPV16 Virus-like particles (VLP). Hybrid capture was performed to semi-quantify the viral DNA in cervical brush specimens. Results: GM-CSF applications were well tolerated in all patients. No difference in the cytological/histological and viral parameters assessed at 2 and 6 months after the last application was observed between the GM-CSF and the placebo group. An increased number of CD1a+ APC was observed in 6/10 patients treated by GM-CSF compared to 1/5 patient in the placebo group. There was an increased immune response against HPV in the GM-CSF group showed by NK and T cells producing IFN-gamma. [less ▲]

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See detailReconstitution of Holocene El Niño Cycles in Southern America from High-Resolution Lake Sediments.
Boes; Loutre; De Batist et al

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See detailTwo millennia of atmospheric lead and heavy metal pollution in Belgium : a record from an ombrotrophic peat bog
De Vleeschouwer; Gerard; Goormaghtigh et al

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See detailSperm quality and cryopreservation in Perca fluviatilis
Linhart, Ottomar; Alavi Hadi, S. M.; Rodina, M. et al

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See detailDevelopment of discontinuous Galerkin method for linear strain gradient elasticity
Chandran, Ram B; Noels, Ludovic ULg; Radovitzky, Raul

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See detailTestostérone et troubles de l'humeur
Scantamburlo, Gabrielle ULg

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See detailQuantum imaging with incoherent photons
Thiel, C.; Solano, E.; Bastin, Thierry ULg et al

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See detailProsody and foreign language learning
Rasier, Laurent ULg

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See detailA multi-scale strategy for the modelling of failure in masonry plates and shells
Massart, Thierry J.; Mercatoris, Benoît ULg; Diaby, Adama

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See detailNew insights in the thermomechanical modelling of soils
Laloui, Lyesse; François, Bertrand ULg

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See detailOsteoblast : a cell under compression
Sanchez, Christelle ULg

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See detailA new interpretation of the Io UV footprint morphology
Bonfond, Bertrand ULg; Grodent, Denis ULg; Gérard, Jean-Claude ULg et al

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The electromagnetic interaction between Io and the jovian magnetic field leads to an auroral UV footprint consisting of single or multiple UV spots in both jovian hemi- spheres. According to current ... [more ▼]

The electromagnetic interaction between Io and the jovian magnetic field leads to an auroral UV footprint consisting of single or multiple UV spots in both jovian hemi- spheres. According to current theories, the perturbation induced by the motion of Io in the plasma torus propagates along the field lines in the form of Alfvén waves and finally causes electron precipitation in the jovian ionosphere. The occurrence and mul- tiplicity of the secondary spots appear to be related to the position of Io in the plasma torus and have been attributed to partial reflections of the Alfvén waves on the torus boundaries. Nevertheless, the discrepancies between the predicted inter-spot distances and the measurements were found difficult to explain. Additionally, some crucial con- figurations of Io in the torus had never been observed. Our recent HST/ACS observations of the footprint in so far unexplored Io-plasma torus configurations lead to the finding of a new feature in the footprint: a faint spot upstream of the main spot. The observations of this precursor emission, together with the inconsistencies related to the inter-spot distances, suggest a new interpretation of the footprint morphology. We propose that the precursor and the first secondary spot stem from the same mechanism and we interpret them as the counterparts of the main spot occurring in the opposite hemisphere. [less ▲]

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See detailAnalysis tools of food consumption trends
Duquesne, Brigitte ULg

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See detailMaximum-likelihood Based Range-dependence Compensation for Coherent Multistatic STAP-based Radar
Neyt, Xavier; Acheroy, Marc; Verly, Jacques ULg

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See detailImpact of future Greenland deglaciation on global weathering fluxes and atmospheric CO2
Munhoven, Guy ULg; Brovkin, Victor; Ganopolski, A. et al

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About 1.76×10^6 km2 of Greenland are currently covered by ice. It is expected that this large ice mass will melt away over the next 3000 years if anthropogenic CO2 emissions continue to rise (Alley et al ... [more ▼]

About 1.76×10^6 km2 of Greenland are currently covered by ice. It is expected that this large ice mass will melt away over the next 3000 years if anthropogenic CO2 emissions continue to rise (Alley et al., 2006). As a result, the bedrock currently covered by ice will lie free and become subject to chemical weathering. The resulting weathering fluxes will contribute to increase both the consumption rate of atmospheric CO2 and the production rate of riverine bicarbonate. Increasing these two fluxes will tend to decrease the atmospheric CO2 partial pressure, as a result of the modified ocean-atmosphere carbon cycle. Chemical weathering may thus possibly act as a negative feedback in the Greenhouse World. Other changes (e.g., vegetation cover and additional climate change) concomitant with the melting of the Greenland ice-sheet may either amplify or dampen, if not reverse the weathering effect. Here we use the intermediate complexity Earth System model CLIMBER-2 to quantify and analyse the weathering flux changes that result from the projected melting of the Greenland ice sheet and the implications for atmospheric CO2. The biogeochemical module of CLIMBER-2 has been extended to account for the consumption of atmospheric CO2 and the production of riverine bicarbonate by continental weathering processes, as a function of geographically distributed runoff (interactively provided by the CLIMBER-2 climate module) and lithology (derived from Amiotte Suchet et al., 2003). We find that the increased weathering processes alone would lead to a sustained 0.2 ppm/kyr decrease in atmospheric pCO2. The climate change resulting from the deglaciation of Greenland reduces the magnitude of this trend to 0.1 ppm/kyr. Only in the case where the effect of freshly comminuted bedrock is taken into account (Clark et al., 2006) does the weathering feedback help to reduce atmospheric pCO2 by about 10 ppm in 5000 years. Alley R.B. et al. (2005) Science 310, 456–460. Amiotte Suchet P. et al. (2003) Global Biogeochemical Cycles 17, 1139, doi:10.1029/2002GB001891. Clark P.U. et al. (2006) Quaternary Science Reviews 25, 3150–3184. [less ▲]

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See detailInterest of DOC in the study of consciousness
Vanhaudenhuyse, Audrey ULg

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See detailHousehod dynamics and the well-beeing after partnership dissolution
Bould, S.; Hartmann, P.; Schmaus, G. et al

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See detailLe rôle de l’ingénieur en imagerie médicale
Verly, Jacques ULg; Vigneron, Lara M.; Boman, Romain C. et al

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See detailInfluence of water exchanges on the gallery convergence
Gerard, Pierre ULg; Charlier, Robert ULg; Chambon, René et al

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See detailHow does the age of hoverfly females affect their reproduction?
Almohamad, Raki; Verheggen, François ULg; Francis, Frédéric ULg et al

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See detailNew methodology for generating realistic data for evaluation of performance of radar STAP algorithms
Ries, Philippe; Tey, Shuwen; Verly, Jacques ULg et al

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See detailEvaluations plurielles : concepts et défis
Vandoorne, Chantal ULg; Demarteau, Michel

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See detailUitspraakonderwijs en communicatieve aanpak: nog steeds een onmogelijke liefde?
Rasier, Laurent ULg; Hiligsmann, Philippe

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See detailEnhancement of the relaxation of SiGe layers by He ion implantation using a delta-Si:C layer
Buca, D.; Goryll, M.; Holländer, B. et al

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See detailLong term behaviour of the Boom Clay: influence of viscosity on the pore pressure distribution
Coll, Cécile; Charlier, Robert ULg; Li, Xiang Ling et al

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See detailLe marché et l'état à l'heure de la mondialisation
Bourgeois, Marc ULg

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See detailVoix et regards de femmes : Francesca Caccini, Barbara Strozzi
Corswarem, Emilie ULg

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See detailLa coopération unversitaire belgo-congolaise
Rubbers, Benjamin ULg; Petit, Pierre

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See detailLate Recurrence of Ischemic Mitral Regurgitation after Restrictive Annuloplasty: Is LV Remodeling the Sole Mechanism?
Sénéchal, M; Magne, Julien ULg; Dumesnil, JG et al

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