Michel Van Camp

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At periods greater than 1000 seconds, Earth's seismic free oscillations have anomalously large amplitude when referenced to the Harvard Centroid Moment Tensor fault mechanism, which is estimated from 300- to 500-second surface waves. By using more realistic rupture models on a steeper fault derived from seismic body and surface waves, we approximated free(More)
Keywords: Superconducting gravimeter Absolute gravimeter Gravity rate of change Slow tectonic deformations Environmental effects Least squares fitting a b s t r a c t This paper evaluates different data-processing methods to determine the gravity rate of change, using repeated absolute gravimeter (AG) measurements and continuous monitoring by a(More)
1,25(OH)2D3 is a known growth inhibitor and differentiation inducer of several cancer cell lines. To establish the molecular mechanism of 1,25(OH)2D3 as an antiproliferating agent, its effect on proliferation and gene regulation was studied in human breast cancer MCF-7 cells. 1,25(OH)2D3 inhibited cell proliferation dose dependently through G1 arrest.(More)
We present Tsoft, a graphical interactive analysis software package originally dedicated to the analysis and processing of gravity time series. Tsoft can also be used to process and analyze all sorts of time series like seismic or other environmental signals. The Tsoft approach has a number of important advantages in the area of pre-treatment of the data(More)
We estimate the signature of the climate-induced mass transfers in repeated absolute gravity measurements based on satellite gravimetric measurements from the Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment (GRACE) mission. We show results at the globe scale and compare them with repeated absolute gravity (AG) time behavior in three zones where AG surveys have been(More)
  • Michael Barber, S J Dean, Michael D Barber, Mary Beth Morrissey, Gary W Barker, Donna J Lavoie +333 others
  • 2016
In the pages that follow, you will see the record of all the publications and creative works produced by faculty in the College of Arts and Sciences over the past year. These works are an impressive tribute to your dedication, creativity, and hard work. They show that you are significant partners in a community of research and scholarship, augmenting(More)
HD 220392 (HR 8895), the brightest member of the visual double star CCDM 23239-5349, is a new short-period variable bright star, probably of the δ Scuti type. The period analysis performed on the complete set of definitive Geneva photometry as well as on the data obtained at the ESO 0.5m telescope shows two periodic-ities of about 4.7 and 5.5 cycles per day(More)
  • V Dehant, M Brondeel, C Bruyninx, P Defraigne, O De Viron, B Ducarme +24 others
The Section " Time, Earth Rotation and Space Geodesy " of the Royal Observatory of Belgium (ROB) contributes to the elaboration of reference systems (terrestrial and celestial) and time scales through both theoretical developments and observations. These scientific objectives result in three main research activities in geodesy: geodetic and geophysical(More)
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