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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
2014Lessons learned from nuclear decay data measurements in the European Metrology Research Programme 'MetroFission'POMME Stefaan; LOIDL Martin; GARCIA-TORANO E.; MAROULI Maria; LE-BRET C.; CRESPO M. T.; PAEPEN Jan; MOUGEOT X.; JOBBAGY Viktor; RODRIGUES M., et al
2013Lessons learned from nuclear decay data measurements in the European Metrology Research Programme 'MetroFission' (June 2013)POMME Stefaan; LOIDL Martin; GARCIA-TORANO Eduardo; MAROULI MARIA; LE-BRET C.; CRESPO M. T.; PAEPEN Jan; MOUGEOT X.; JOBBAGY VIKTOR; RODRIGUES M., et al
2010Lessons Learned from Stock Collapse and Recovery of North Sea Herring: a ReviewDICKEY-COLLAS M.; NASH Richard D. M.; BRUNEL Thomas; VAN DAMME Cindy J. G.; MARSHALL C. Tara; PAYNE Mark R.; CORTEN Ad; GEFFEN Audrey J.; PECK Myron A.; HATFIELD Emma M. C., et al
2010Lessons learnt from a crisis event: how to foster a sound safety cultureMENGOLINI ANNA MARIA; DEBARBERIS LUIGI
2012Lessons learnt from a crisis event: How to foster a sound safety cultureMENGOLINI Anna Maria; DEBARBERIS Luigi
1990Lessons Learnt from Emergencies after Accidents in United Kingdom Involving Dangerous Substances. Community Documentation Centre on Industrial Risk Publication Series, No. 625-UKb3-I.3SMITH E.j.; PURDY G.
2003Lessons Learnt from Fires in BuildingsHERVAS Javier
2003Lessons Learnt from Forest Fire DisastersCOLOMBO Alessandro giuseppe; VETERE ARELLANO Ana lisa
2003Lessons Learnt from Landslide Disasters in EuropeHERVAS Javier
2002Lessons Learnt from Maritime Disasters.VETERE ARELLANO Ana lisa
2009Lessons Learnt from Studies on Sensitivity Analysis Techniques in the EU Project PAMINA - A Benchmark StudyROEHLIG K.-J.; PLISCHKE E.; BOLADO LAVIN Ricardo; BECKER D.-A.; EKSTROEM P.-A.; HOTZEL S.
2009Lessons Learnt from Studies on Sensitivity Analysis Techniques in the EU Project PAMINA: Sensitivity Analysis Applied to Different HLW PA ModelsBOLADO LAVIN Ricardo; COSTESCU BADEA Anca; BECKER D.-A.; SPIESSL S.; FISCHER-APPELT K.; CORMENZANA J.l.; CUNADO M.a.; SCHROEDER T.j.; HART J.; GRUPA J., et al
2012Lessons learnt from the first EMEP intensive measurement periodsAAS W.; BIEBER Elke; BERGSTROM Robert; CEBURNIS D.; ELLERMANN T.; FARGELI H.; FROELICH Marina; GEHRIG Robert; MAKKONEN U.; NEMITZ E., et al
2004Lessons to be Learned from the Comparison of Three Satellite-Derived Biomass Burning Products.BOSCHETTI Luigi; EVA Hugh douglas; BRIVIO P.a.; GREGOIRE Jean-marie
1993Letter to the EditorDE BENI Gianfranco
2002Letter to the Editor of AQUAL: Announcing the Collaboration between the European Co-Operation for Accreditation and the IRMM Improving the Metrological Basis of the European Accreditation System for Chemical Measurements.TAYLOR P.d.p.; BRINKMANN K.; PAPADAKIS Ioannis; CORTEZ L.; BEDNAROVA M.; AREGBE Yetunde
2011Letter to the Editor on the article “Indirect land use change for biofuels: Testing predictions and improving analytical methodologies” by S. Kim and B. DaleO'HARE Michael; DE LUCCHI Mark; EDWARDS Robert; FRITSCHE Uwe; GIBBS Holly; HERTEL Thomas; HILL Jason; KAMMEN Daniel; MARELLI Luisa; MULLIGAN DECLAN, et al
2002Letter to the Editor. A Plausible Mathematical Interpretation of the 'variance' Spectra Ontained with the DSPECplus TM Digital Spectrometer.POMME Stefan
2013Letter to the Editor: Analytical chemistry and metrology have scientific basisEMONS Hendrik
2005Letter to the Editor: Silicon Isotope Amount Ratios and Molar Mass for a Silicon Isotope Reference Material IRMM-018a and NBS 28VALKIERS Staf; DING Tiping; RUSSE Katrin; INKRET M.; DE BIEVRE P.; TAYLOR P.d.p.
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