Les eaux souterraines en Belgique
9/26/14

Il manquait un ouvrage  décrivant les nappes aquifères tant du nord que du sud du pays. Le voici, utile bien sûr aux professionnels du secteur. Mais le curieux y trouvera aussi de quoi s’enrichir.

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“Let’s live my village”, in search of the Wallonia countryside
9/25/14

Distinguishing the country from the town has become difficult. In Belgium, there tends to be some confusion in relation to this question.

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Preparing ourselves for a rise in sea level
4/8/14

Through this century, tens of millions of people will have to face increased coastal floodings. Even if there is still a great deal of uncertainty regarding the extent of the rise in sea level as a result of global warming, building dykes will cost less than repairing likely damage.

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The erroneous GPS signal
2/10/14

Has your GPS sent you the wrong way? Well, it’s not the end of the world! However, it is a problem if the GPS used to plan this route was inaccurate. A problem that’s on the road to being solved.

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Tracking volatile organic compounds
1/31/14

Isoprene and methanol are, among others, volatile organic compounds that are naturally released into the environment by plants. But what role do they play in atmospheric pollution and climate change?

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