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Articles dans des revues avec comité de lecture : Année 2009

WINGS: A WIde-field Nearby Galaxy-cluster Survey. II. Deep optical photometry of 77 nearby clusters

3 août 2012

Context: This is the second paper of a series devoted to the WIde Field Nearby Galaxy-cluster Survey (WINGS). WINGS is a long term project which is gathering wide-field, multi-band imaging and spectroscopy of galaxies in a complete sample of 77 X-ray selected, nearby clusters (0.04 < z (...)

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WINGS: A WIde-field Nearby Galaxy-cluster Survey. II. Deep optical photometry of 77 nearby clusters

9 juillet 2012

Context: This is the second paper of a series devoted to the WIde Field Nearby Galaxy-cluster Survey (WINGS). WINGS is a long term project which is gathering wide-field, multi-band imaging and spectroscopy of galaxies in a complete sample of 77 X-ray selected, nearby clusters (0.04 < z (...)

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Morphological and palaeoseismological analysis along the Taleghan fault (Central Alborz, Iran)

19 janvier 2012

P>The Taleghan fault (TF) is a major active fault of the Central Alborz mountain range in Iran. Located 50 km northwestwards of Tehran, this 80-km-long fault represents one of the major structures threatening 15 million people living in the capital of Iran and the surrounding cities (e.g. (...)

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Lipids from the nacreous and prismatic layers of two Pteriomorpha Mollusc shells

19 janvier 2012

Mollusc shells are acellular biominerals, in which macromolecular structures are intimately associated with mineral phases. Most studies are devoted to proteins, despite sugars have been described. Lipids were extracted from the calcite prismatic and aragonite nacreous layer of two mollusc (...)

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Nature and evolution of the lithospheric mantle beneath the passive margin of East Oman: evidence from mantle xenoliths sampled by Cenozoic alkaline lavas

19 janvier 2012

Cenozoic alkaline lavas from the Al Ashkharah area, facing the Indian ocean along the North-East Oman coastline, contain numerous small (‹ 2cm) mantle xenoliths. They provide a unique opportunity to investigate the nature and evolution of the upper mantle beneath the Oman passive margin, (...)

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Review of Self-potential methods in Hydrogeophysics

19 janvier 2012

The self-potential (SP) method is a passive geophysical method based on the natural occurrence of electrical fields on the Earth's surface. Combined with other geophysical methods, SP surveys are especially useful for localizing and quantifying groundwater flows and pollutant plume spreading, (...)

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2D Electrical Resistivity Tomography surveys optimisation of solutes transports in porous media

19 janvier 2012

The purpose of this study is to quantify experimentally the evolution of dissolved species in porous media from 2D resistivity models. Transport experiments are carried out at the laboratory scale by performing flow in a model porous medium obtained by filling a transparent container with mono (...)

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Effect of alpha-damage annealing on apatite (U–Th)/He thermochronology

19 janvier 2012

Recent data on He diffusion challenge the temperature sensitivity of apatite (U–Th)/He thermochronology: the damage induced by recoil of U and Th decay series during emission of α particles (α-recoil damage) has been proposed to modify He-diffusion properties through time. However, we propose that (...)

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Review of Self-potential methods in Hydrogeophysics

4 mai 2011

The self-potential (SP) method is a passive geophysical method based on the natural occurrence of electrical fields on the Earth's surface. Combined with other geophysical methods, SP surveys are especially useful for localizing and quantifying groundwater flows and pollutant plume spreading, (...)

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2D Electrical Resistivity Tomography surveys optimisation of solutes transports in porous media

4 mai 2011

The purpose of this study is to quantify experimentally the evolution of dissolved species in porous media from 2D resistivity models. Transport experiments are carried out at the laboratory scale by performing flow in a model porous medium obtained by filling a transparent container with mono (...)

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Effect of alpha-damage annealing on apatite (U–Th)/He thermochronology

4 mai 2011

Recent data on He diffusion challenge the temperature sensitivity of apatite (U–Th)/He thermochronology: the damage induced by recoil of U and Th decay series during emission of α particles (α-recoil damage) has been proposed to modify He-diffusion properties through time. However, we propose that (...)

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Morphological and palaeoseismological analysis along the Taleghan fault (Central Alborz, Iran)

4 mai 2011

P>The Taleghan fault (TF) is a major active fault of the Central Alborz mountain range in Iran. Located 50 km northwestwards of Tehran, this 80-km-long fault represents one of the major structures threatening 15 million people living in the capital of Iran and the surrounding cities (e.g. (...)

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Lipids from the nacreous and prismatic layers of two Pteriomorpha Mollusc shells

4 mai 2011

Mollusc shells are acellular biominerals, in which macromolecular structures are intimately associated with mineral phases. Most studies are devoted to proteins, despite sugars have been described. Lipids were extracted from the calcite prismatic and aragonite nacreous layer of two mollusc (...)

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GALEACYSTA ETRUSCA COMPLEX: DINOFLAGELLATE CYST MARKER OF PARATETHYAN INFLUXES TO THE MEDITERRANEAN SEA BEFORE AND AFTER THE PEAK OF THE MESSINIAN SALINITY CRISIS

3 mars 2011

More than one thousand specimens of a morphological complex including Galeacysta etrusca Corradini & Biffi 1988 from 11 Upper Miocene and Lower Pliocene localities of the Paratethyan and Mediterranean realms have been studied using a biometric approach in part relating to the degree of (...)

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GALEACYSTA ETRUSCA COMPLEX: DINOFLAGELLATE CYST MARKER OF PARATETHYAN INFLUXES TO THE MEDITERRANEAN SEA BEFORE AND AFTER THE PEAK OF THE MESSINIAN SALINITY CRISIS

3 mars 2011

More than one thousand specimens of a morphological complex including Galeacysta etrusca Corradini & Biffi 1988 from 11 Upper Miocene and Lower Pliocene localities of the Paratethyan and Mediterranean realms have been studied using a biometric approach in part relating to the degree of (...)

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Nature and evolution of the lithospheric mantle beneath the passive margin of East Oman: evidence from mantle xenoliths sampled by Cenozoic alkaline lavas

12 novembre 2010

Cenozoic alkaline lavas from the Al Ashkharah area, facing the Indian ocean along the North-East Oman coastline, contain numerous small (‹ 2cm) mantle xenoliths. They provide a unique opportunity to investigate the nature and evolution of the upper mantle beneath the Oman passive margin, (...)

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