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. .. , Schematic of regolith discretization along z or along x, p.227

. .. , Schematic of point addition on discretized regolith, p.238

. .. , Schematic of point removal on discretized regolith, p.238

, Schematic of discrete regolith profile and mass computation, p.242

, Map of Amazon basin with HYBAM and Dellinger et al. stations, p.247

. .. , of lithium model, one parameter shown, p.253

. .. , Résumé des différents types de modèles de régolithe, p.31

. .. ?-c), Annual mean, area-averaged surface temperature

. .. Flat, Freshwater fluxes for the first 10 years (mSv), p.61

. .. , Summary of methodology and calibration procedure, p.79

, Paramètres et relations supplémentaires du modèles dynsoil, p.99

, List of model parameters

, Équation chimique de l'altération des silicates

, Équation chimique de l'altération des silicates -bilan continent + océan

. .. , Equation chimique de l'altération des carbonates

. .. Ordre-zéro, Altération des silicates en fonction du climat, p.19

. .. , Bilans de masse des phases primaires et secondaires, p.23

, Équation de l'épaisseur de régolithe avec phases primaires et secondaires, p.24

, Expression du flux de dissolution

, Flux de dissolution des cations des silicates, p.71, 2012.

, Équation érosion telle que utilisée dans Maffre, p.74, 2018.

, Seconde équation érosion telle que utilisée dans Maffre, p.86, 2018.

, Équation d'évolution des phases primaires, p.97, 2009.

. .. , Équation d'évolution de l'épaisseur de régolithe, p.98

, Expression du taux de production de régolithe en fonction de la SPF, p.98

, Système d'équations d'évolution du régolithe

, Expression du taux d'altération intégré sur le régolithe, p.98

. .. , Équation du taux d'altération à l'état stationnaire, p.101

. .. , Système d'équations d'évolution du régolithe redimensionné (×n), vol.102

, Changement de coordonnées (×n) dans les équations de Gabet & Mudd, vol.102

, Changement de variables (×n) dans les équations de Gabet & Mudd, p.103

, Correspondance entre variables du système « normal » et redimensionné, vol.104

. .. , Expression du taux d'altération intégré sur le régolithe, vol.104

. .. , Expression du taux d'altération intégré sur le régolithe, vol.104

, Correspondance du taux d'alt. du système « normal » et redimensionné . . 104 5.14 Relation entre k d et ? pour un même taux d'altération stationnaire, p.115

. .. , 122 5.16 équation de l'indice de saturation de l'altération, vol.6

. .. Bilan, , p.143

, Fraction de lithium retenue dans les ph. sec. dans les régolithes, p.144

. .. , Bilan de masse de lithium dans les zones inondées, p.144

. .. , Bilan isotopique de lithium dans les zones inondées, p.144

, Expression du flux de Li retenu dans les zones inondées, cas 1, p.146

, Expression du flux de Li retenu dans les zones inondées, cas 2, p.146

. .. , 150 6.8 relation inverse entre épaisseur de régolithe et érosion, p.150

, Expression du flux de diss. d'une espèce chim, p.152, 2012.

. .. Expression-de-?-land-en-fonction-de-la-température, 153 6.11 fraction de Li retenu par rapport total du Li dissout, p.157

B. , 2 évolution de la densité de phases primaires, coordonnées natives, p.197

, 4 évolution de la densité de phases primaires, coordonnées régolithe fini, p.199

. .. Coordonnées-régolithe-fini, 199 B.6 évolution de la densité de phases primaires, coordonnées régolithe infini, B.5 évolution de l'épaisseur de régolithe

B. , 7 évolution de la surface, érosion et dénudation chimique, p.202

B. , 8 évolution d'une phase i, érosion et dénudation chimique, p.203

B. , 11 évolution du profil de dénudation chimique en coordonnée régolithe, p.204

B. , 12 évolution d'une phase i, coord. régolithe, avec dénudation chimique, p.205

B. , 13 évolution d'une phase i, coord. rég. fini, avec dénudation chimique, p.205

B. , 14 évolution d'une phase i, coord. rég. infini, avec dénudation chimique, p.205

B. , 15 évolution de la densité de phases primaires, p.206

B. , 16 évolution d'une phase i, coord. rég., avec dénud. chim., 2 e démonstration, p.207

, 17 évolution du profil de dénud. chimique W , coord. rég., 2 e démonstration, p.208

B. , 18 profil de phases primaires au temps t, sans érosion, régolithe infini, p.210

. .. , 210 B.20 décroissance du taux de réaction avec la profondeur en loi de puissance, vol.19, p.210

. .. , , p.210

. .. , , p.211

B. , 23 profondeur du point d'inflexion du profil de phases prim

B. , 24 profondeur du point d'inflexion du profil de phases prim, p.212

B. , 25 profil stationnaire de phases primaires, régolithe infini, cas général, p.215

B. , 26 profil stationnaire de phases primaires, régolithe infini, cas linéaire, p.215

B. , 27 abondance de phases primaires en surface, modèle de Gabet & Mudd, p.217

B. , 28 taux de réaction R analogue au modèle de Gabet & Mudd en rég

B. , 29 profil de dénudation chimique dans le modèle à deux phases, p.219

B. ;. , 30 relation entre W et m p dans le modèle à deux phases, p.220

B. , 31 relation entre W et m p dans le modèle à deux phases, 1 ère approximation, p.221

B. , 32 relation entre W et m p dans le modèle à deux phases, 2 e approximation, p.221

C. , 1 évolution de la masse de phases prim., coord. rég. {z, t}, dérivée particul, p.225

, 225 C.3 expression de la dérivée particulaire en coordonnées régolithe {z, t}, p.225

. .. , 226 C.5 passage en coordonnées {x, t} pour la dérivée temporelle, p.227

C. , 6 première expression de la dérivée particulaire en coordonnées {x, t}, p.227

C. , 7 première équation de l'altitude à un point x fixé en coordonnées {x, t}, p.228

C. ;. , 8 expression de la dérivée particulaire en coordonnées {x, t}, p.228

C. ;. , 228 C.10 équation du temps d'altération à un point x fixé, coordonnées {x, t}, p.228

C. ;. , 11 équation d'évolution de la surface du régolithe, coord. {z, t}, p.229

C. ;. , 13 équation du temps d'altération en surface, coordonnées {x, t}, p.230

, 14 expression du taux de production de régolithe

C. ;. , 15 équation discrétisée de l'altitude d'un point x fixé, p.232

C. , 232 C.17 expression discrétisée du taux de dissolution entre deux niveaux x, p.233

C. ;. , 18 équation discrétisée du temps d'altération en surface, p.236

C. ,

C. ;. , 20 calcul discrétisé de la masse totale des phases primaires, p.240

C. , 21 expression du « pas de temps réactif

C. ;. , 22 équation de l'altitude d'un point x fixé sans érosion, p.242