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ORBi Open Repository and Bibliography (207,634 recursos)
In may 2007, the ULg's Administrative Board (joined in June 2007 by the FUSAGx) decided to create an institutional repository and defined a strong institutional self-archiving policy to increase the visibility, accessibility and impact of the University's publications (Board's decision). This decision led to the official launch, in November 2008, of the ORBi platform including both the Academic Bibliography and the Institutional Repository of the Wallonia-Europe University Academy.

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1. Niche modeling within and between species in the genus Erythrophleum : intergating phylogenetic data and environmental niche models to explore speciation mechanisms - Gorel, Anaïs
In this study we investigated the climatic niche between and within closely related tropical tree species of the Erythrophleum genus (Fabaceae, Caesalpinioideae): E. ivorense, E. suaveolens and E. africanum. Two major hypotheses, the refuge theory and the ecological gradient hypothesis, have been developed to explain the current distribution of tree clades across tropical Africa. To identify the speciation mechanisms, we used a combination of geographic data and environmental factors to quantify the degree of niche conservatism (or divergence). We used two sets of distribution data for the purpose of this study. Species distribution data for the whole of tropical Africa...

2. Family farming in a changing landscape : how activities change when forest disappears - Feintrenie, Laurène; Gillet, Pauline; Garcia, Claude; Boulaud, A. L.; Ferlay, A.; Codina Llavinia, Elisabeth; Lehnebach, Charlotte; Vermeulen, Cédric
In the Congo Basin forests, local communities used to live from hunting, fishing and gathering, and from slash and burn agriculture. Nowadays, few places remain isolated from the external world, and local practices often have to integrate new parameters. How do family farming and forest activities evolve in a changing landscape, when forest disappears? To answer this question we selected three social and ecological systems positioned in specific places on the forest transition curve (Mather 1992), to constitute a synchronic sample of forested social and ecological system representative of the evolution of Congo Basin Forests. We conducted in 2013 and...

3. Détection de l'érosion dans un bassin versant agricole par comparaison d'images multidates acquises par drone - Lisein, Jonathan; Pineux, Nathalie; Pierrot-Deseilligny, marc; Degré, Aurore; Lejeune, Philippe

4. Improving knowledge on Forest elephant’s ecophysiology (Loxodonta africana cyclotis) for better wildlife conservation - Ngama, Steeve; Vermeulen, Cédric; Bindelle, Jérôme
Peer reviewed

5. Siltation and Pollution of Rivers in the Western Highlands of Cameroon: a Consequence of Farmland Erosion and Runoff - Djoukeng, Henri Grisseur; Tankou, Christopher Mubeteneh; Degré, Aurore
Peer reviewed

6. Electronic nose Technology for reactor state and biogas quality assessment in anaerobic digestion - Adam, Gilles; Lemaigre, Sébastien; Goux, Xavier; Romain, Anne-Claude; Delfosse, Philippe

7. Application des techniques de photogrammétrie avec un drone à la caractérisation de la ressource forestière - Lisein, Jonathan; Lejeune, Philippe

8. Les multiples interactions entre la gestion de la biodiversité et de l'eau à travers l'analyse de services écosystémiques - Dufrêne, Marc

9. Carte de la Portance Ecologique du Territoire Wallon - Hendrickx, Sébastien; Van Der Kaa, Claire

10. Carte des Lignées Climaciques du Territoire Wallon - Hendrickx, Sébastien; Van Der Kaa, Claire

11. Estimating the aboveground biomass of Central African tropical forests at the tree, canopy and region level - Bastin, Jean-François

12. Approche agroforestière. Synthèse des travaux menés par le projet DACEFI2 en agroforesterie. Document de capitalisation. - Boldrini, Sylvie; Meunier, Quentin; Boukouendji, Basile; Ibinga Bouka, Sostène; Federspiel, Michèle; Doucet, Jean-Louis
Le projet DACEFI-2 a eu pour mission première la promotion de la foresterie communautaire comme outil de développement des communautés rurales. L’approche au Gabon en matière de gestion des terroirs villageois s’est voulue plus embrassante, promouvant en sus de l’exploitation forestière des activités comme l’agriculture, le maraîchage, la collecte des produits forestiers non ligneux ou encore l’agroforesterie. L’agroforesterie est une thématique qui converge parfaitement avec la gestion raisonnée de la forêt, et idéalement avec les modes d’interaction préexistants des villageois avec celle-ci. Concilier dans un même espace la culture de plantes vivrières et l’accès à des arbres à fort intérêt socio-économique...

13. Error - Bastin, Jean-François

14. Soil redistribution and weathering controlling the fate of geochemical and physical carbon stabilization mechanisms in soils of an eroding landscape - Doetterl, Sebastien; Six, Johan; Bodé, Samuel; Opfergelt, Sophie; Boeckx, Pascal; Van Oost, Kristof; Cornelis, Jean-Thomas
Peer reviewed

15. Microbiological quality of surface water treated with Moringa oleifera seeds or cakes during the storage : case study of water reservoirs of Loumbila, Ziga and Ouaga 3 Dams in Burkina Faso. - Kabore, Aminata; Savadogo, Boubacar; Otoidobiga, Harmonie C.; Sawadogo, Adama; Rosillon, Francis; Traore, Alfred S.; Dianou, Dayéri
Peer reviewed

16. Protection of Antarctic microbial communities–‘out of sight, out of mind’ - Hughes, Kevin; Cowan, Don; Wilmotte, Annick
Peer reviewed

17. Pathways of change in a coastal resource system: Study from Kampong Trach district, Kampot province - Voe, Pisidh; Touch, Panha; Diepart, Jean-Christophe
Over the past several years, Cambodia’s coastal resources system has undergone considerable transformation. The causes have included uncontrolled fishing activities, tourism development, salt and shrimp farming, sand mining, and trade, to name just the most significant. Against this background, this study analyzes pathways of change over the past 15 years in coastal resource systems in two neighboring communities in the Kampong Trach district of Kampot province. The analysis proceeds on two different levels. We first look at change in respect of the cross-scale multiple drivers in the resource system at village level and its effects on the social and ecological components of the marine, intertidal and agricultural areas...

18. Learning for social-ecological resilience: conceptual overview and key findings - Diepart, Jean-Christophe

19. Learning for resilience: Insights from Cambodia's rural communities

20. Quantifying landscape anthropisation patterns: concepts, methods and limits - Vranken, Isabelle

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