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See detailSupplementary Information for "Global ecomorphological restructuring of dominant marine reptiles prior to the K/Pg mass extinction"
Maclaren, James ULiege; Bennion, Rebecca ULiege; Bardet, Nathalie ULiege et al

in Maclaren, James; Bennion, Rebecca; Bardet, Nathalie (Eds.) et al Global ecomorphological restructuring of dominant marine reptiles prior to the K/Pg mass extinction (2022)

Mosasaurid squamates were the dominant amniote predators in marine ecosystems during most of the Late Cretaceous. Evidence from multiple sites worldwide of a global mosasaurid community restructuring ... [more ▼]

Mosasaurid squamates were the dominant amniote predators in marine ecosystems during most of the Late Cretaceous. Evidence from multiple sites worldwide of a global mosasaurid community restructuring across the Campanian–Maastrichtian transition may have wide-ranging implications for the evolution of diversity of these top oceanic predators. In this study, we use a suite of biomechanical traits and functionally descriptive ratios to investigate how the morphofunctional disparity of mosasaurids evolved through time and space prior to the Cretaceous-Palaeogene (K/Pg) mass extinction. Our results suggest that the worldwide taxonomic turnover in mosasaurid community composition from Campanian to Maastrichtian is reflected by a notable increase in morphofunctional disparity on a global scale, but especially driven the North American record. Ecomorphospace occupation becomes more polarised during the late Maastrichtian, as the morphofunctional disparity of mosasaurids plateaus in the Southern Hemisphere and decreases in the Northern Hemisphere. We show that these changes are not associated with strong modifications in mosasaurid size, but rather with the functional capacities of their skulls, and that mosasaurid morphofunctional disparity was in decline in several provincial communities before the K-Pg mass extinction. Our study highlights region-specific patterns of disparity evolution, and the importance of assessing vertebrate extinctions both globally and regionally. Ecomorphological differentiation in mosasaurid communities, coupled with declines in other formerly abundant marine reptile groups, indicates widespread restructuring of higher trophic levels in marine food webs was well underway when the K-Pg mass extinction took place. [less ▲]

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See detailClasses de densité bâtie résidentielle par secteur statistique en Wallonie, Belgique
Nishimwe, Antoinette ULiege

in La preuve par l'image 2020 : Exposition (2020)

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See detailVizieR Online Data Catalog: Planet candidates discovered using K2's 1st yr (Crossfield+, 2016)
Crossfield, I. J. M.; Ciardi, D. R.; Petigura, E. A. et al

in Planet candidates discovered using K2's 1st yr (Crossfield+, 2016) (2016)

We select our FGK stellar sample from the all-sky Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) Dwarf Catalog (TDC; Stassun et al. 2014, arXiv:1410.6379). We extract time-series photometry from the target ... [more ▼]

We select our FGK stellar sample from the all-sky Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) Dwarf Catalog (TDC; Stassun et al. 2014, arXiv:1410.6379). We extract time-series photometry from the target pixel files provided by the K2 project using circular, stationary, soft-edged apertures. See section 2 for further explanations. We obtained high-resolution optical spectra of 83 planet candidate hosts using the HIRES echelle spectrometer on the 10m Keck I telescope (R=55000). We obtained spectra of 27 candidate host stars using the Levy high-resolution optical spectrograph mounted at the Automated Planet Finder (APF; R~80000 or 100000). We obtained spectra of a small number of candidate stellar hosts using the FEROS fiber-fed echelle spectrograph at the 2.2m MPG telescope (R~48000). See section 3.1 for further details. We obtained high-resolution imaging (HRI) for 164 of our candidate systems. Our primary instrument for this work was NIRC2 at the 10m Keck II telescope, with which we observed 110 systems. As part of multi-semester program GN-2015B-LP-5 (PI Crossfield) at Gemini Observatory, we observed 40 systems with the NIRI camera in the K-band. We also observed 33 stars with PHARO/PALM-3000 at the 5m Hale Telescope and 14 systems with LMIRCam at LBT, all at the K-band. We observed 39 stars at visible wavelengths using the automated Robo-AO laser adaptive optics system at the Palomar 1.5m telescope. Through our Long-Term Gemini program we also acquired high-resolution speckle imaging of 32 systems in narrowband filters centered at 692 and 880nm using the DSSI camera at the Gemini North telescope. See section 3.3 for further explanations. (7 data files). [less ▲]

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See detailGeological map of the Rogaland anorthosite province – Scale 1:75000
Marker, Mogens; Schiellerup, Henrik; Meyer, Gürli B. et al

in Duchesne, Jean-Clair; Korneliussen, Are (Eds.) Ilmenite deposits and their geological environment. With special reference to the Rogaland Anorthosite Province (2003)

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See detailKleinhandelscentra -Centres de commerce de détail
Merenne-Schoumaker, Bernadette ULiege

in Van Hecke Etienne (Ed.) Deuxième Atlas national de Belgique (1999)

VIII.18 board. Four maps: Current purchases, purchasing semi-current, planned shopping centers and hypermarkets, employment in retail trade. Comments on the back of the board in French, Dutch, English and ... [more ▼]

VIII.18 board. Four maps: Current purchases, purchasing semi-current, planned shopping centers and hypermarkets, employment in retail trade. Comments on the back of the board in French, Dutch, English and German [less ▲]

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See detailCoupe des terrains primordiaux de la Belgique, de Fumay à Gembloux ; Coupe géologique de Mézières à Attigny
Dumont, André ULiege

in Société géologique de France (Ed.) Réunion extraordinaire à Mézières, (département des Ardennes), du 1 au 10 septembre 1835 (1835)

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