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Inproceedings Reference Early European Foodways: examples from the plant and animal realms from selected Early Neolithic sites across Europe.
Located in Library / RBINS Staff Publications 2017
Inproceedings Reference Birds remains from Belgium in the past: results of 40 years of bird bones identification.
Located in Library / RBINS Staff Publications 2017
Inproceedings Reference Retour sur les collections gravettiennes de Maisières-Canal: Réévaluation du potentiel du site et premiers regards croisées sur l’exploitation alimentaire et technique des ressources animales fossiles et non fossiles.
Located in Library / RBINS Staff Publications 2017
Inproceedings Reference Il était une fois Clairefontaine : le quotidien des nonnes d’une abbaye cistercienne au 18ème siècle.
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Inproceedings Reference Oiseaux des villes, oiseaux des champs. Réflexions sur le rôle des espaces ruraux dans l’approvisionnement en oiseaux des zones urbanisées au Moyen Âge.
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Inproceedings Reference Oiseaux et sociétés humaines de la préhistoire à nos jours
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Inproceedings Reference Avian resources in Medieval and Modern Belgium
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Inproceedings Reference Impact of the introduction of turkey on poultry husbandry in Northwestern Europe
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Inproceedings Reference Advances in high-resolution paleoclimate reconstructions using growth experiments, age modelling and clumped isotope analyses
Located in Library / RBINS Staff Publications 2021
Inproceedings Reference Using Fibre-Optic DAS surveying to de-risk a shallow geothermal energy storage site in Brussels, Belgium
Europe is working hard to meet its first climate goals. With High Temperature Aquifer Thermal Energy Storage (HT-ATES) large quantities of green energy can be stored in the subsurface in the form of heat. It is important that a site is characterised well as leakage from the reservoir would degrade the efficiency of the system, and could also endanger potable water supplies. Seismic imaging is currently the method with highest resolution and the largest de-risking capability for geothermal projects. This study pursues the use of fibre-optic distributed acoustic sensing (FO-DAS) technology in seismic acquisition to improve the de-risking ability of seismic data in urban HT-ATES settings. In 2019 TNO and GSB combined a dense surface based high resolution seismic survey with a FO-DAS VSP survey on a potential ATES site in the city of Brussels, Belgium. Besides the technology demonstration, targets were aquifer + seal continuity and depth away from the well as well as acoustic velocity of the sediment overburden for H/V Spectral Ratio calibration. The intermediate result indicates that with FO-DAS it is possible to image the subsurface relatively easy, fast, at low cost and with low environmental impact, even in busy seismically noisy urban areas.
Located in Library / RBINS Staff Publications 2020