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La Sous-Famille des Taramelliceratinae (Ammonitina, Haploceratoidea, Oppeliidae) de l'Oxfordien moyen et supérieur (Zone à Plicatilis, Sous-Zone à Vertebrale - Zone à Bimammatum, Sous-Zone à Berrense) du Nord de la Vienne, France (Province subméditerranéenne) [Subfamily Taramelliceratinae (Ammonitina, Haploceratoidea, Oppeliidae) from Middle and Upper Oxfordian strata (Plicatilis Zone, Vertebrale Subzone - Bimammatum Zone, Berrense Subzone) of N Vienne, France (submediterranean province)]
Quereilhac Philippe
Carnets de Géologie , 2009,
Abstract: In the area of northern Poitou studied Taramelliceratinae are present at every level except in the Schilli Subzone, itself possibly absent, and the Stenocycloides Subzone in which only Perisphinctidae and Trimarginites sp. occur. Although some species are known and cited in the literature often, they are figured infrequently or not at all: Taramelliceras (Taramelliceras) dentostriatum (Quenstedt), T. (T.) callicerum (Oppel), T. (Proscaphites) anar (Oppel). Here, the ranges of these species in the stratigraphic succession were determined through their association with other faunas in the same collections, using the presence or absence of known precise stratigraphic markers (for example: Neomorphoceras chapuisi (Oppel) = Transversarium Zone, Luciaeformis Subzone ; Taramelliceras (? Taramelliceras) colleti (Lee) = Rotoides Subzone ; "Epipeltoceras semimammatum" (Quenstedt) = Bimammatum Zone, "Berrense" Subzone, Semimammatum horizon) and/or the disappearance of species with longer ranges (for example: the disappearance of Neoprionoceras lautlingensis (Rollier) which is present in the Parandieri Subzone, but absent in the overlying Luciaeformis Subzone). The ranges of certain species that had been incorrectly located stratigraphically : T. (T.) dentostriatum (Quenstedt), T. (T.) callicerum (Oppel), T. (T.) externnodosum Dorn, have been restored to their true location as determined from their occurrences in the author's collections and in those of other collectors who had noted their stratigraphic relationships to other taxa.It is recommended that the date of creation of the Luciaeformis Subzone and the Nectobrigensis, Luciaeformis and Subschilli horizons (Middle Oxfordian, Transversarium Zone) should be rectified. Currently, these are indicated as having been created in 1984. However, if the author's name, G. Melendez, is correct the date of their creation cannot have been 1984, the year in which the G. Melendez thesis was defended, for the manuscript was published only in 1989. It is also proposed that the Duongi horizon Melendez, 1989, be renamed as the Duongae horizon Melendez, 1989, because the index form, Perisphinctes (Dichotomoceras) duongi Melendez, 1989, is an ammonite species named to honor of A.N. Duong, a woman.The study involved more than fifteen hundred individuals, all collected in the zone investigated. Only the most representative are figured here. The poor state of preservation of the ammonites (encrusted, often worn on one face, with the umbilicus not accessible) did not permit measurement (hence no table) except that of the diameter and so
La faune ammonitique des marnes à fossiles ferrugineux de la région de Niort, France (Oxfordien inférieur, Zone à Cordatum, Sous-Zone à Cordatum) [The ammonite fauna of the 'marls with ferruginous fossils' from the Niort region, France (Lower Oxfordian, Cordatum Zone, Cordatum Subzone)]
Quereilhac Philippe,Marchand Didier,Jardat Rémi,Bonnot Alain
Carnets de Géologie , 2009,
Abstract: A new collection of ammonites from the 'marls with ferruginous ammonites' in the Niort region (France), previously studied by Grossouvre (1922), provides a large amount of biostratigraphic, paleoenvironmental and paleogeographic information. The fauna is dated Early Oxfordian: Cordatum Zone, Cordatum Subzone, probably the lower part of it. In addition, it is unique in western Europe owing to: 1) the species found of which some appear to be known only in this deposit 2) by the extremely atypical domination of the couple Taramelliceras - Creniceras which represent 2/3 of the specimens. Furthermore, the aspect of the fauna strongly suggests that the habitat was a distal platform unknown in other European strata of the same age. A detailed description of the several species is given, sometimes accompanied by a new taxonomic interpretation.
Sociedades espiritualistas en el pasaje de siglos: entre el cenáculo y las promesas de una ciencia futura (1880-1910)
Soledad Quereilhac
Prismas : Revista de Historia Intelectual , 2012,
Team Play in Football: How Science Supports F. C. Barcelona’s Training Strategy  [PDF]
Philippe Chassy
Psychology (PSYCH) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/psych.2013.49A2002

The paper applies the theory of self-organising systems to sport. The central hypothesis is that team play, implemented as passing in football, is the central factor generating performance. Data from the 2013 European Champions League were used to show that passing speed and precision predict domination (possession), shooting opportunities and performance. By using principal component analysis, the article offers a formula to estimate the team play of any team considering its passing speed, passing precision and ability to score. The compound measure accounts for about 42% of the variance in performance. The impact of this research on the training of football players is discussed.

Inductive Modelling of Vulnerable Sustainability Systems  [PDF]
Philippe Woloszyn
Journal of Service Science and Management (JSSM) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/jssm.2015.84060
Abstract: Within the context of globalisation, managing territorial resources means overcoming the following problems: difficulty in implementing integrated management processes at various organisation levels; conflicting uses; unadapted decision systems, assymetric information and uneven operative processes in each dimension of sustainable development. To illustrate and overpass those difficulties in a territorial level, we propose to introduce an analogical induction-model to describe both vulnerability situations and associated resilience procedures. The construction of this model is founded on a truly integrated approach, combining the economic, social-cultural, and ecological aspects of territorial vulnerability. Constituted by three passive components as potential energy, kinetic energy, and energy dissipation, this approach assumes that economics are a social extension of a environmental energy system. So we claim that social and ecological pillars could be defined as subsystems of a global open inductive sustainability system which considers feedbacks as evolution sources. An applicative illustration of this model will then be presented, through a case study describing 2012’s American severe drought event.
Introducing a HPV Vaccination Program: the Experience in the State of Geneva, Switzerland (2007-2009)  [PDF]
Emilien Jeannot, Philippe Sudre, Philippe Chastonay
World Journal of Vaccines (WJV) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/wjv.2011.12003
Abstract: Objective: The objective of this study is to assess the HPV vaccination coverage of 11 to 19 year-old girls during a state coordinated HPV vaccination program in Geneva, Switzerland, from September 2007 to December 2009. Methods: The HPV vaccination program was coordinated by the State Medical Office. It relied on practitioners in private practice, on the School Health Service and on a temporary vaccination structure at the Geneva University Hospital. Each service provider transmitted quarterly to the State Medical Office the nominal list of the persons who had received their first, second or third shot. The data were processed through the Téléform © software and analyzed to assess the HPV cover-age of the target population. Results: The global coverage rates on December 31st 2009, 2 years after the program had been launched, were 48.1% for one dose, 43.7% for two doses and 41.6% for three doses of the HPV vaccine. These rates were quite different from one cohort to another: for girls born in 1995 (14 year-old), cover rates were 70% for the first, 68.1% for second and 65.1% for the third dose. Conclusion: This study shows that it is possible to obtain a high coverage rates after two years of a state coordinated HPV vaccination program.
Urban Soundscape Informational Quantization: Validation Using a Comparative Approach  [PDF]
Philippe Woloszyn, Thomas Leduc
Journal of Service Science and Management (JSSM) , 2010, DOI: 10.4236/jssm.2010.34049
Abstract: Through interaction with environmental parameters such as light or sound, urban and architectural spaces generate ambiences with identifiable characteristics. This notion of ambiences is related to the human being position through its perception of environmental physical phenomenon during a pedestrian walk. Presented work aims to evaluate, so as to characterize, the impact of sound ambiences (soundscape) onto an urban pedestrian pathway using GIS spatial dynamical mapping. To carry out this scheme, our research work within AMBIOFLUX project concerns spatial interaction between sound ambience (soundscape) and man urban spatial trajectory (soundwalk). Spatial impression of soundsources or soundmarks has to be both defined through acoustical measurement and perception informational evaluation. The remainder of this paper is dedicated to the evaluation’s methodology of the pedestrian pathway’s acoustic fingerprint using the GearScape spatial formalism described thereafter. Preliminary results we have obtained will also be presented and validated.
Characteristics of Patients with Upstaging by Sentinel Lymph Node Biopsy of the N0 Neck in Head and Neck Cancer  [PDF]
Didier Dequanter, Philippe Lothaire
Journal of Cancer Therapy (JCT) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/jct.2011.22037
Abstract: Introduction: To investigate the possible role of sentinel lymph node biopsy (SLNB) to upstage the N0 neck in patients with oral and oropharyngeal squamous cell carcinoma. Methods: Patients with T1-T2 oral and oropharyngeal squamous cell carcinoma accessible to injection and staged N0 into the neck by palaption and CTscan were enrolled in the study. All patients underwent regular follow-up to identify possible recurrence. Results: A sentine lymph node biopsy was performed by 21 consecutive patients. 4 of the 21 patients were upstaged by SNLB. There was a mean follow-up of 31 months. Two patients developed subsequent disease after having been staging by SLNB, respectively negative in one case and positive in the other case. Tumor site, the staging of the primary tumor, presence of ulceration, tumor thickness were the same in the upstaged initially N0 patients. Conclusions: Sentinel lymph node biopsy can be used to upstage the N0 neck patients in perhaps well defined patients.
Biomarkers and atrial fibrillation: A new paradigm for assessing the progression of left atrial endocardial remodelling  [PDF]
Philippe Chevalier, Alina Scridon
Open Journal of Clinical Diagnostics (OJCD) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/ojcd.2012.22004
Abstract: Atrial fibrillation is a heterogeneous disorder that is usually characterized by paroxysmal onset, particularly in patients without structural heart disease. Defining biological markers of atrial remodelling would help identify patients at high risk who would benefit most from prophylactic treatment and careful monitoring. Biomarkers of atrial fibrillation progression would be helpful for following patients that present with asymptomatic atrial fibrillation. Notably, the roles of such markers in the pathophysiology of atrial fibrillation must be determined. Some markers may indicate the presence, complications or progression of the disease, while others may be involved in key pathological processes and thus represent novel therapeutic targets. Although a number of markers have been reported as potential predictors of paroxysmal atrial fibrillation progression towards persistent arrhythmia, their usefulness and clinical value need further validation. This report reviews several newly identified markers of atrial fibrillation progression.
Maxillo-mandibular rehabilitations with very early osteointegrated dental implants for severe hypodontia and anodontia related to ectodermal dysplasia  [PDF]
Philippe Martin, Christian Paulus
Open Journal of Stomatology (OJST) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/ojst.2012.24046
Abstract: The ectodermal dysplasias are rare diseases with hypodontia, hypotrichosis and hypohidrosis. The subject's life is considerably constrained and this from an early age, with major difficulties for the integration and acceptance of conventional prosthetic occlusal rehabilitation. The use of implants is an integral part of early treatment, in the regions of stable growth, that is to say symphysis. In two childs of 5 and 6 years we have made implant-borne prosthetic rehabilitation in the maxilla and the mandible. Aesthetic and social evaluation were positive. We have restored the normal oro-facial functions for the correct development of skeletal bases. They acted as an external fixator intraoral, stimulating the growth by the function. Our question was: can we leave a child throughout his childhood and adolescence with a not suitable removable prosthesis, under the pretext of growth unfinished?
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