62 Works

Quand le syntagme nominal prend ses marques

Peter Lauwers, Katia Paykin, Mihaela ILIOAIA, Machteld Meulleman & Pascale Hadermann
This volume brings together about twenty contributions on the syntax and semantics of predicates and arguments, written by international specialists in the field. The formal architecture of the predicate (verbal and nominal) and the morpho-syntactic means of marking its arguments are addressed, with particular attention to the dative. This book is mainly focused on French, while putting it in perspective with other languages, Romance (Spanish, Romanian), Germanic (Dutch, English) and Slavic (Russian), not to mention...

Economie politique du financement progressif de la protection sociale (LIEPP Working Paper n°38 )

Michaël Zemmour
This article investigates discrimination and the interplay of residential and ethnic stigma on the French housing market using two different methods, paired-testing au- dit study of real estate agencies and face-to-face interviews with real estate agents. The juxtaposition of their findings leads to a paradox: interviews reveal high levels of ethnic discrimination but little to none residential discrimination, while the audit study shows that living in deprived suburbs is associated with a lower probability of...

Ksar Ait Ben Haddou : quelle démarche pour le développement social durable d'un site patrimoine mondial ?

Hayat Zerouali, Loubna Mouna, Hicham Guenoun, Mouna El Gaied, Nozha Smati & Aissa Merah
Dans une interaction entre chercheure et acteurs associatifs. l'objectif de ce travail est de présenter et d'analyser cette dynamique sociale : les incidences positives mais aussi les tensions, les résistances qu'elle engendre.

« Look for the nul » : Paterson ou la cartographie blanche

Aurore Clavier

Data Papers provide an Innovative Tool for Information and Data Management: A Use Case

Dominic Farace & Joachim Schopfel
In earlier work dealing with Data Papers, emphasis initially focused on its definition, the construction of a standardized template in compiling its component parts, its further 1 publication, access and data preservation . this was followed by a study seeking to engage the citation and referencing of data papers and the further sharing and reuse of 2 the data described therein . a more recent work outside GreyNet’s immediate community of practice3 addressed the diverse...

Extensive pollinator sharing does not promote character displacement in two orchid congeners

Nina Joffard
Pollinator sharing between close relatives can be costly, which can promote pollination niche partitioning and floral divergence. This should be reflected by a higher species divergence in sympatry than in allopatry. We tested this hypothesis in two orchid congeners with overlapping distributions and flowering times. We characterized floral traits and pollination niches and quantified pollen limitation in 15 pure and mixed populations, and we measured phenotypic selection on floral traits and performed controlled crosses in...

Data from: Breakdown of gametophytic self-incompatibility in subdivided populations

Thomas Brom, Vincent Castric & Sylvain Billiard
In many hermaphroditic flowering plants self-fertilization is prevented by self-incompatibility (SI), often controlled by a single locus, the S-locus. In single isolated populations, the maintenance of SI depends chiefly on inbreeding depression and the number of SI alleles at the S-locus. In subdivided populations, however, population subdivision has complicated effects on both the number of SI alleles and the level of inbreeding depression, rendering the maintenance of SI difficult to predict. Here, we explore the...

Data from: Signatures of divergence, invasiveness and terrestralization revealed by four apple snail genomes

Jin Sun, Huawei Mu, Jack C. H. Ip, Runsheng Li, Ting Xu, Alice Accorsi, Alejandro Sánchez Alvarado, Eric Ross, Yi Lan, Yanan Sun, Alfredo Castro-Vazquez, Israel A. Vega, Horacio Heras, Santiago Ituarte, Bert Van Bocxlaer, Kenneth A. Hayes, Robert H. Cowie, Zhongying Zhao, Yu Zhang, Pei-Yuan Qian & Jian-Wen Qiu
The family Ampullariidae includes both aquatic and amphibious apple snails. They are an emerging model for evolutionary studies due to the high diversity, ancient history and wide geographical distribution. Insight into drivers of ampullariid evolution is hampered, however, by the lack of genomic resources. Here we report the genomes of four ampullariids spanning the Old World (Lanistes nyassanus) and New World (Pomacea canaliculata, Pomacea maculata and Marisa cornuarietis) clades. The ampullariid genomes have conserved ancient...

Grey communities An empirical study on databases and repositories

Helene Prost & Joachim Schopfel
The paper explores grey communities outside the Grey Literature Network Service (GreyNet) and identifies potential members for GreyNet. GreyNet can be compared to a Learned Society specialised in grey literature as a particular field of library and information sciences (LIS). Its relevance is related to its capacity to enforce the terminology and definition of grey literature in LIS research and publications, and its impact and outreach can be assessed through the proportion of experts dealing...

Assessing the Return on Investments in Grey Literature for Institutional Repositories

Joachim Schöpfel & Chérifa Boukacem-Zeghmouri
A main feature of usage statistics is their benefits for an evaluation of return on investment, especially in the era of big deals between academic libraries, consortia and publishers. Libraries and funding organisations invest heavily and increasingly significant amounts of money in e-journals, e-books, databases and other online resources, and they need to know what they get in return – not (only) in terms of content, but in terms of value for end users. The...

Patrimoine rural matériel et immatériel au magrheb : médiations, tourisme et dévelopemment social. Ksar Ait Ben Haddou, Village de Chenini, Ksours de Tataouine et Ksar Temacine // Tangible and intangible rural heritage in Magrheb: mediations, tourism and social development in Ksar Ait Ben Haddou, Village of Chenini, Ksours of Tataouine and Ksar Temacine

Hayat Zerouali, Loubna Mouna, Moulay Hicham Guennoun, Mouna El Gaied, Nozha Smati & Aissa Merah
In this panel, we will analyze and discuss the transformations of rural heritage functions in the Maghreb from several terrains: Morocco, Tunisia and Algeria. What motivates this Maghreb approach is the socio-cultural and historical substratum that Maghreb societies share as well as the issues related to the preservation and enhancement of their cultural heritage (Ahmed Skounti, 2009). In our respective fields, new dynamics both in terms of development policies, new forms of mediation, and new,...

The City and the City… and the city: space and the politics of seeing in China Miéville’s novel

Isabelle Boof-Vermesse

Entretien avec Bertrand Westphal

Yann Calbérac, Ronan Ludot-Vlasak & Bertrand Westphal

The Grey Side of the Green Road : Empirical Assessment of Academic Publishing in the HAL Open Repository

Joachim Schopfel, Eric kergosien, Helene Prost & Florence Thiault
The paper provides empirical results on the part of grey literature in the French national open repository HAL. The results are based on a quantitative analysis of 973,968 deposits from 1,272 research laboratories affiliated the ten most important research universities in France (IDEX program). 35% of all deposits (documents and records) are grey literature. The main types of these items are conference papers (71%), PhD theses (11%) and preprints and working papers (8%). Their overall...

OpenSIGLE, Home to GreyNet’s Research Community and its Grey Literature Collections: Initial Results and a Project Proposal

Dominic Farace, Jerry Frantzen, Joachim Schopfel, Christiane Stock & Nathalie Henrot
Paper co-authored together with Frantzen J., Stock C., Henrot N., & Schöpfel, J. For the past 16 years, GreyNet has sought to serve researchers and authors in the field of grey literature. To further this end, GreyNet has signed on to the OpenSIGLE repository and in so doing seeks to preserve and make openly available research results originating in the International Conference Series on Grey Literature. GreyNet together with colleagues at INISTCNRS have designed the...

Traitement iconographique de la femme dans un support de presse ethnique : une approche par le carré sémiotique

Maud Herbert & Fatima Regany

Data from: Development of the neurons controlling fertility in humans: new insights from 3D imaging and transparent fetal brains

Filippo Casoni, Samuel A. Malone, Morgane Belle, Federico Luzzati, Francis Collier, Cecile Allet, Erik Hrabovszky, Sowmyalakshmi Rasika, Vincent Prevot, Alain Chedotal & Paolo Giacobini
Fertility in mammals is controlled by hypothalamic neurons that secrete gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH). These neurons differentiate in the olfactory placodes during embryogenesis and migrate from the nose to the hypothalamus before birth. Information regarding this process in humans is sparse. Here, we adapted new tissue-clearing and whole-mount immunohistochemical techniques to entire human embryos/fetuses to meticulously study this system during the first trimester of gestation in the largest series of human fetuses examined to date. Combining...

Data from: Weather and topography regulate the benefit of a conditionally helpful parasite

Jonathan Monsinjon, Christopher McQuaid, Katy Nicastro, Laurent Seuront, Mauricio Oróstica & Gerardo Zardi
Heat-induced mass mortalities involving ecosystem engineers may have long-lasting detrimental effects at the community level, eliminating the ecosystem services they provide. Intertidal mussels are ecologically and economically valuable with some populations facing unprecedented heat-induced mass mortalities. Critically, mussels are also frequently infested by endolithic parasites that modify shell albedo, hence reducing overheating and mortality rates under heat stress. Using a biophysical model, we explored the topographical and meteorological conditions under which endolithically-driven thermal buffering becomes...

Resource competition shapes biological rhythms and promotes temporal niche differentiation in a community simulation

Vance Gao, Sara Morley-Fletcher, Stefania Maccari, Martha Vitaterna & Fred Turek
This is the code and dataset for the article entitled "Resource competition shapes biological rhythms and promotes temporal niche differentiation in a community simulation," in the journal Ecology and Evolution. Competition for resources often contributes strongly to defining an organism’s ecological niche. Endogenous biological rhythms are important adaptations to the temporal dimension of niches, but how other organisms influence such temporal niches have not been much studied, and the role of competition in particular has...

Global Diversification Dynamics Since the Jurassic: Low Dispersal and Habitat-Dependent Evolution Explain Hotspots of Diversity and Shell Disparity in River Snails (Viviparidae)

Björn Stelbrink, Romy Richter, Frank Köhler, Frank Riedel, Ellen Strong, Bert Van Bocxlaer, Christian Albrecht, Torsten Hauffe, Timothy Page, David Aldridge, Arthur Bogan, Li-Na Du, Marivene Manuel-Santos, Ristiyanti Marwoto, Alena Shirokaya & Thomas Von Rintelen
The Viviparidae, commonly known as River Snails, is a dominant group of freshwater snails with a nearly worldwide distribution that reaches its highest taxonomic and morphological diversity in Southeast Asia. The rich fossil record is indicative of a probable Middle Jurassic origin on the Laurasian supercontinent where the group started to diversify during the Cretaceous. However, it remains uncertain when and how the biodiversity hotspot in Southeast Asia was formed. Here, we used a comprehensive...

Introduction

Yann Calbérac & Ronan Ludot-Vlasak

Grisemine, a digital library of grey university literature

Marie-France Claerebout
The progressive change from printed to digital support, induced by the policy of the commercial publishers, is likely to reduce little by little our university library to being a passive relay, and consequently to question our existence in the circuit of the dissemination of scientific information. Our survival depends on our capacity of adaptation. That is why we chose to create without delay our own digital library of grey literature, Grisemine, and to transpose our...

Back to Grey: Disclosure and Concealment of Electronic Theses and Dissertations

Joachim Schopfel & Helene Prost
The open access principle requires that scientific information be made widely and readily available to society. Defined in 2003 as a “comprehensive source of human knowledge and cultural heritage that has been approved by the scientific community”, open access implies that content be openly accessible and this needs the active commitment of each and every individual producer of scientific knowledge. Yet, in spite of the growing success of the open access initiative, a significant part...

Usage of grey literature in open archives: state of the art and empirical results

Joachim Schopfel & Helene Prost
The purpose of our communication is to present first results from a current research on the development and usage of open archives in France. This study aims to gain empirical insight in usage patterns of freely available scientific items deposited in open archives, especially of non-commercial material, e.g. grey literature, mostly not distributed through other channels. We present a state of the art of published empirical data, standardization, research projects etc., together with a survey...

Foreword

Thomas Dutoit, Aleksander Kopka & Katarzyna Szopa

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