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Research projects

01/01/2002 to 31/12/2006

IUAP Project: The Land of Sumer and Akkad

The main objective of this IUAP- project is to investigate the interaction between the palaeoenvironments and the development of the social, political, and economic institutions of the populations in Mesopotamia in the middle and late Holocene.
01/01/2002 to 31/12/2004

EUROSEISMIC: European Marine Seismic Metadata and Information Centre

The principal objective of EUROSEISMIC is to compile a metadatabase of seismic profiles which image the European seabed and sub-seabed and are held by the project partners.
01/01/2002 to 12/12/2004


All the descriptive (and interpretative) data (texts, diagram, section, geophysical logs) of the Walloon Region are gradually computerised and assembled in databases.
01/01/2002 to 01/02/2004

DB-ARCO: Databank of slate and coticule

Digital cartography of underground workings of slate and coticule
01/02/2000 to 01/02/2004

GESTCO: Geological Storage of CO2

European potential for the geological storage of CO2 from fossil fuel combustion.
La Calamine
01/01/2000 to 01/01/2002

La Calamine

This study aims at identifying the geological constraints responsible for the genesis of the La Calamine deposit, as well as of the deep-reaching gossans of the surrounding Zn-Pb vein-type deposits.
01/01/1998 to 31/12/2018

Geological map of Wallonia

The update of the geological maps in Wallonia permits to collect new data and the treatment of the previous collected data since the first mapping campaign. This new geological cartography campaign is essentially based on new fieldwork.
01/01/1993 to 31/12/2018

The Pleistocene fauna in Palaeolithic sites: the human-animal connection

Human-animal relationships during the Palaeolithic have often been regarded to be limited to subsistence related issues. Here, we propose to broaden the scope of this human-animal connection and include other dimensions like the hunting of pachyderms and small species, and the spiritual importance of hunted animals.


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