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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
1991The Nitrate Radical: Physics, Chemistry and the AtmosphereRESTELLI Giambattista; WAYNE R.p.; BIGGS P.; BURROWS J.p.; CANOSA-MAS C.e.; LEBRAS G.
2007Nitrate-depleted Conditions on the Increase in Shallow Northern European LakesWEYHENMEYER GESA; JEPPESEN Erik; ADRIAN Rita; ARVOLA Lauri; BLENCKNER Thorsten; JANKOWSKI Thomas; JENNINGS Eleanor; NOGES PEETER; NOGES Tiina; STRAILE Dietmar
2006Nitric Oxide Stimulates PC12 Cell Proliferation via cGMP and Inhibits at Higher Concentrations Mainly via Energy DepletionPRICE ANNA; GARTLON JOANNE; BROWN Guy C
2010Nitrogen and Biofuels; an Overview of the Current State of KnowledgeERISMAN Jan Willem; VAN GRINSVEN Hans; LEIP Adrian; MOSIER Arvin; BLEEKER Albert; MOISER A
2006Nitrogen and Phosphorous Retention in a Human Altered StreamRUGGIERO A.; SOLIMINI ANGELO; ANELLO M.; ROMANO A.; DE CICCO M.; CARCHINI G.
2009Nitrogen and Phosphorus Retention in Surface Waters: An Inter-Comparison of Predictions by Catchment Models of Different ComplexityHEJZLAR J.; ANTHONY .; ARHEIMER B.; BEHRENDT H.; BOURAOUI Faycal; GRIZZETTI Bruna; GROENENDIJK P.; JEUKEN M. H. J. L.; JOHNSSON H.; LO PORTO A., et al
2006Nitrogen and Sulphur Deposition on Regional and Global Scales: a Multi-model EvaluationDENTENER FRANCISCUS; DREVET J.; LAMARQUE J.f.; BEY I.; EICKHOUT B.; FIORE A.m.; HAUGLUSTAINE D.; HOROWITZ L.w.; KROL M.; KULSHRESTHA U.c., et al
2011Nitrogen as a threat to European water qualityGRIZZETTI Bruna; BOURAOUI Faycal; BILLEN Gilles; VAN GRINSVEN Hans; CARDOSO Ana; THIEU VINCENT; GARNIER Josette; CURTIS Chris; HOWARTH ROBERT W.; JOHNES Penny
1997Nitrogen Content Limitation Due to Chemical Sputtering in Dual Ion Beam Deposited Carbon Nitride filmsHAMMER Peter; HAUPT Justus; GISSLER Wolfram
2004Nitrogen Cycles: Past, Present, Future.GALLOWAY J.n.; DENTENER F.; CAPONE D.g.; BOYER E.w.; HOWARTH R.w.; SEITZINGER S.p.; ASNER G.p.; CLEVELAND Cory; GREEN Pamela; HOLLAND E.a., et al
2007Nitrogen Deposition Drives the Carbon Sink of Temperate and Boreal ForestsGRASSI GIACOMO
1998Nitrogen Excretion and the Cardiorespiratory Physiology of the Gulf Toadfish, Opsanus Beta.GILMOUR K.m.; PERRY Steve, f.; WOOD Chris, m.; HENRY Raymond, p.; LAURENT Pierre; PART Peeter; WALSH Patrick, j.
2011Nitrogen Flows from European Regional Watersheds to Coastal Marine WatersBILLEN Gilles; SILVESTRE Marie; GRIZZETTI Bruna; LEIP Adrian; GARNIER Josette; VOSS M.; HOWARTH ROBERT W.; BOURAOUI Faycal; BEHRENDT H.; LEPISTO Ahti, et al
2011Nitrogen in Current European PoliciesOenema Oene; BLEEKER Albert; BRAATHEN Nils Axel; BULL Keith; CERMAK Pavel; GEUPEL Markus; BUDNAKOVA Michaela; HICKS Kevin; HOFT Robert; KOZLOVA Natalie, et al
2012Nitrogen Source Apportionment for the Catchment, Estuary, and Adjacent Coastal Waters of the River ScheldtVERMAAT Jan E.; BROEKX Steven; VAN ECK Bert; ENGELEN Guy; HELLMANN Fritz; DE KOK Jean-Luc; VAN DER KWAST Johannes; MAES JOACHIM; SALOMONS Wim; VAN DEURSEN Willem
2000Nitrous Oxide (N2O) Emissions from a Coastal Catchment in the Delta of the Po River. Measurement and Modelling of Fluxes from a Mediterranean Lagoon and Agricultural Soils.LEIP Adrian
2005Nitrous Oxide (N2O) Emissions from Waste and Biomass to Energy PlantsFERNANDEZ GUTIERREZ Maria; BAXTER DAVID; HUNTER CHRISTOPHER; SVOBODA Karel
2006Nitrous Oxide Emissions from Waste IncinerationSVOBODA Karel; BAXTER DAVID; MARTINEC Jiri
1991Nitrous Oxide Emissions. Modifications as a Consequence of Current Trends in Industrial Fossil Fuel Combustion and in Land UseDE SOETE G.; SHARP B.
2011NM-300 Silver Characterisation, Stability, HomogeneityCOMERO Sara; KLEIN Christoph; STAHLMECKE B.; ROMAZANOV J; KUHLBUSCH Thomas; VAN DOREN E; WICK P.; LOCORO Giovanni; KOERDEL W.; GAWLIK Bernd, et al
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