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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
2006On the Absence of Magnetic Order in PlutoniumLASHLEY J.c.; LAWSON A.; MCQUEENEY R.j.; LANDER Gerard
1991On the Accuracy of the Determination of Light Absorption by "Yellow Substance" through Induced Fluorescence MeasurementsTASSAN Stelvio; FERRARI Giovanni
1987On the Action Undertaken by the Commission for Promoting Innovations and Technology Transfer within the Member StatesPELLEGRINI Giovanni
2008On the Application of Inductively Coupled Plasma Discharges Sustained in Ar/O2/N2 Ternary Mixture for Sterilization and Decontamination of Medical InstrumentsSTAPELMANN K.; DENIS Benjamin; ROSSI Francois; KYLIAN O.
2013On the Assessment of Automatically Processing HR/VHR Imagery Using Low-Resolution Global Reference DataSYRRIS VASILEIOS; PESARESI Martino
2011On the assessment of vehicle trajectory data accuracy and application to the Next Generation SIMulation (NGSIM) program dataPUNZO Vincenzo; BORZACCHIELLO MARIA TERESA; CIUFFO BIAGIO
2013On the asynchronous approvals of GM crops: Potential market impacts of a trade disruption of EU soy importsHENSELER Martin; PIOT-LEPETIT Isabelle; FERRARI Emanuele; GONZALEZ MELLADO Aida; BANSE Martin; GRETHE Harald; PARISI CLAUDIA; HÉLAINE Sophie
2006On the Behaviour of Spent Fuel Under Simulated Early Canister-failure ConditionsCUI Daqing; RONDINELLA VINCENZO; LOW J; PAN J.; TAMBORINI GABRIELE; SPAHIU Kastriot
2010On the Bias of Instantaneous FAPAR Estimates in Open-Canopy ForestsWIDLOWSKI Jean-Luc
2005On the Burn-up Threshold and Temperature Limit for the Formation of the High Burn-up Structure in UO2 Nuclear Fuel.WALKER Clive thomas; BREMIER Stephane; MATZKE Hj.; RONDINELLA Vincenzo vito; WISS T.a.g.; THIELE H.
2005On the Calibration of Optical Full-Field Strain Measurement SystemsWHELAN MAURICE; HACK Erwin; SIEBERT Thorsten; BURGUETE Richard; PATTERSON Eann; SALEEM Qasim
2014On the CH4 and N2O emission inventory compiled by EDGAR and improved with the EPRTR data for the INGOS projectJANSSENS-MAENHOUT Greet; GUIZZARDI DIEGO; BERGAMASCHI Peter; MUNTEAN Marilena
2002On the Characteristics of Portevin-LeChatelier Bands in Aluminium Alloy 5182 under Stress-Controlled and Strain-Controlled Tensile Testing.ABBADI Mohammed; HAEHNER Johannes peter; ZEGHLOUL Abderrahim
1998On the Characterizaqtion of (U,Np)xTyXz Intermetallic Solid Solutions.WASTIN Franck henri; REBIZANT Jean; STALIOS Achilleas
2012On the choice of the driving temperature for eddy-covariance carbon dioxide flux partitioningLASSLOP Gitta; MIGLIAVACCA MIRCO; BOHRER Gil; REICHSTEIN Markus; BAHN Michael; Ibrom A; JACOBS C.; KOLARI Pasi; PAPALE Dario; VESALA Timo, et al
2003On the Circulation in t5he East Frisian Wadden Sea: Numerical Modelling and Data Analysis.STANEV E.; WOLFF Jorg-olaf; BURCHARD Hans; BOLDING KRISTENSEN Karsten; FLOSER Goetz
2006On the Coherence Between Legal Requirements and Approaches for Detection of Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO) and Derived ProductsVAN DEN EEDE GUY; HOLST-JENSEN Arne; DE LOOSE Marc
2008On the Comparison between the LISFLOOD Modelled and the ERS/SCAT Derived Soil Moisture EstimatesLAGUARDIA GIOVANNI; NIEMEYER STEFAN
1996On the Complementary Use of Ion Beam Techniques in the Near Surface Analysis of Implanted AlloysRAISANEN Jurki; WAETJEN Uwe; BAX Hugo jacob us
2011On the Contribution of Remote Sensing to DOPA, a Digital Observatory for Protected AreasDUBOIS Gregoire; CLERICI Marco; PEKEL JEAN-FRANÇOIS; BRINK Andreas; PALUMBO ILARIA; GROSS DORIT; PEEDELL Stephen; SIMONETTI Dario; PUNGA Mihkel
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