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Articles dans des revues avec comité de lecture : Année 2008

Evaluating Ground-Penetrating Radar use for water infiltration monitoring

7 juin 2013

Ground-Penetrating Radar (GPR) was tested to monitor water infiltration in sand. Water was injected down an 81 cm long tubed hole, with a piezometer recording the depth of water and a tap valve used to adjust it to 15 cm ± 2 cm above the bottom of the tube. During the 20 minutes of infiltration (...)

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Variations de l'histoire de la mousson nord-africain entre 6,2 et 4,9 Ma. Relations avec la crise de salinité messinienne.

4 juillet 2012

Une étude minéralogique et géochimique a été réalisée sur les sédiments du Site ODP 659, afin d'établir un modèle de dépôt des sédiments au niveau du plateau du Cap Vert et de restituer la variabilité de la mousson nord-africaine sur la période 6,2 Ma-4,9 Ma. Les périodes d'intensification de la mousson (...)

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Reconstruction of Northern African monsoon between 6.2 and 4.9 Ma and possible relationships with Late Miocene events

22 janvier 2012

Reconstruction of Northern African monsoon between 6.2 and 4.9 Ma and possible relationships with Late Miocene events. Mineralogical and geochemical investigations have been realized on ODP Site 659 in order to better understand the detrital sedimentation of the Cap Verde plateau and to (...)

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Reconstruction of paleostorm events in a coastal lagoon (Herault, South of France)

22 janvier 2012

Finding records of past catastrophic storm events is essential to evaluate the long term climatic evolution in a given coastal area. This question has been addressed by the study of sediment cores sampled in a small coastal lagoon of the French Mediterranean coast (Pierre Blanche lagoon). Two (...)

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Soluble organic matrices of aragonitic skeletons of Merulinidae (Cnidaria, Anthozoa)

22 janvier 2012

Our interpretation of the overall taxonomy and evolution of the Scleractinia, the most important reef builders in tropical areas, has long depended exclusively on morphology of the calcareous skeletons. The reported series of physical and biochemical characterizations of skeletons and the (...)

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Structure and composition of the nacre–prisms transition in the shell of Pinctada margaritifera (Mollusca, Bivalvia)

22 janvier 2012

A microstructural, mineralogical, and chemical study of the nacre–prisms boundary in the shells of Pinctada margaritifera shows that this boundary is not an abrupt transition, but that there exists a distinct fibrous layer with clear topographic structures and evidence of growth lines. A (...)

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Crystallization of biogenic Ca-carbonate within organo-mineral micro-domains. Structure of the calcite prisms of the Pelecypod Pinctada margaritifera (Mollusca) at the submicron to nanometre ranges

22 janvier 2012

Atomic force microscopy (AFM) and transmission electron microscopy (TEM) were used to investigate the fine structure of the calcite prisms from the pearl-oyster shell Pinctada margaritifera. The AFM analysis shows that the prisms are made of densely packed circular micro-domains (in the 0.1 mm (...)

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A swarm of small shield volcanoes on Syria Planum, Mars

22 janvier 2012

This study focuses on the volcanism in Syria Planum, located at the center of the Tharsis bulge at an altitude of 6 to 8 km above Mars datum. Syria Planum was previously recognized as a center for the tectonic activity of Tharsis, but not as a major locus for volcanic activity, despite its (...)

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Capillary geochemistry in non-saturated zone of soils. Water content and geochemical signatures.

22 janvier 2012

The unsaturated zone (UZ) retains aqueous solutions against gravity by capillary forces. This suction state corresponds to a decreasing internal pressure of the water, which modifies its thermodynamic properties. Accordingly, the speciation of solutes and the solubility of solids and gases in (...)

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Reconstruction of Northern African monsoon between 6.2 and 4.9 Ma and possible relationships with Late Miocene events

4 mai 2011

Reconstruction of Northern African monsoon between 6.2 and 4.9 Ma and possible relationships with Late Miocene events. Mineralogical and geochemical investigations have been realized on ODP Site 659 in order to better understand the detrital sedimentation of the Cap Verde plateau and to (...)

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Reconstruction of paleostorm events in a coastal lagoon (Herault, South of France)

4 mai 2011

Finding records of past catastrophic storm events is essential to evaluate the long term climatic evolution in a given coastal area. This question has been addressed by the study of sediment cores sampled in a small coastal lagoon of the French Mediterranean coast (Pierre Blanche lagoon). Two (...)

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Soluble organic matrices of aragonitic skeletons of Merulinidae (Cnidaria, Anthozoa)

4 mai 2011

Our interpretation of the overall taxonomy and evolution of the Scleractinia, the most important reef builders in tropical areas, has long depended exclusively on morphology of the calcareous skeletons. The reported series of physical and biochemical characterizations of skeletons and the (...)

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Structure and composition of the nacre–prisms transition in the shell of Pinctada margaritifera (Mollusca, Bivalvia)

4 mai 2011

A microstructural, mineralogical, and chemical study of the nacre–prisms boundary in the shells of Pinctada margaritifera shows that this boundary is not an abrupt transition, but that there exists a distinct fibrous layer with clear topographic structures and evidence of growth lines. A (...)

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Crystallization of biogenic Ca-carbonate within organo-mineral micro-domains. Structure of the calcite prisms of the Pelecypod Pinctada margaritifera (Mollusca) at the submicron to nanometre ranges

4 mai 2011

Atomic force microscopy (AFM) and transmission electron microscopy (TEM) were used to investigate the fine structure of the calcite prisms from the pearl-oyster shell Pinctada margaritifera. The AFM analysis shows that the prisms are made of densely packed circular micro-domains (in the 0.1 mm (...)

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A swarm of small shield volcanoes on Syria Planum, Mars

4 mai 2011

This study focuses on the volcanism in Syria Planum, located at the center of the Tharsis bulge at an altitude of 6 to 8 km above Mars datum. Syria Planum was previously recognized as a center for the tectonic activity of Tharsis, but not as a major locus for volcanic activity, despite its (...)

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Capillary geochemistry in non-saturated zone of soils. Water content and geochemical signatures.

4 mai 2011

The unsaturated zone (UZ) retains aqueous solutions against gravity by capillary forces. This suction state corresponds to a decreasing internal pressure of the water, which modifies its thermodynamic properties. Accordingly, the speciation of solutes and the solubility of solids and gases in (...)

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Radiochemotherapy of locally advanced anal canal carcinoma: prospective assessment of early impact on the quality of life (randomized trial ACCORD 03).

20 mai 2010

BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: The aim of this study was to prospectively assess the quality of life (QOL) of patients treated by concomitant chemo radiation for locally advanced anal canal carcinoma. MATERIALS AND METHODS: We report on a subgroup of 119 patients enrolled in a 306-patient therapeutic (...)

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First isolated extramedullary relapse in children with B-cell precursor acute lymphoblastic leukaemia: results of the Cooprall-97 study.

20 mai 2010

We report on the efficiency of treatment of first isolated extramedullary relapse of B-cell precursor acute lymphoblastic leukaemia. Sixty-eight children and adolescents were included in the trial COPRALL-97. Stratification criteria were time to relapse: first complete remission duration of (...)

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Validation of the French version of the colorectal-specific quality-of-life questionnaires EORTC QLQ-CR38 and FACT-C.

20 mai 2010

BACKGROUND: The aim of this study was to test the psychometric properties of the French version of the European Organization for Research and Treatment (EORTC) quality-of-life colorectal questionnaire (QLQ-CR38) and the functional assessment of cancer therapy-colorectal version 4 (FACT-C). (...)

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