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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
2011Photovoltaics: Status and Perspectives until 2020JAEGER-WALDAU Arnulf
2012Phylogenetic and Functional Metagenomic Profiling for Assessing Microbial Biodiversity in Environmental MonitoringKISAND Veljo; VALENTE Angelica; LAHM Armin; TANET Gerard; LETTIERI Teresa
2006Phylogeography of Calanus helgolandicus and the Black Sea copepod Calanus euxinus, with Notes on Pseudocalanus elongatus (Copepoda, Calanoida)UNAL Ebru; FROST Bruce; ARMBRUST Virginia; KIDEYS Ahmet
2009Physical & Chemical Characterization of Emissions from 2-Stroke Motorcycles - Comparison with 4-Stroke EnginesMARTINI Giorgio; ASTORGA-LLORENS Maria; ADAM Thomas; BONNEL Pierre; FARFALETTI Arianna; JUNNINEN Heiki; MANFREDI Urbano; MONTERO Larisse; MUELLER Anne; KRASENBRINK Alois, et al
2005Physical Aerosol Properties and their Relation to Air Mass Origin at Monte Cimone (Italy) during the first MINATROC Campaign.VAN DINGENEN Rita maria; PUTAUD J.p.; MARTINS-DOS SANTOS S.; RAES Frank paul elisabeth
2005Physical aerosol properties and their relation to air mass origin at Monte Cimone (Italy) during the first MINATROC campaignVAN DINGENEN RITA; PUTAUD JEAN-PHILIPPE; MARTINS DOS SANTOS SEBASTIAO; RAES FRANK
2011Physical and economic consequences of climate change in EuropeCISCAR MARTINEZ Juan Carlos; FEYEN Luc; IGLESIAS Ana; SZABO Laszlo; VAN REGEMORTER Denise; AMELUNG Bas; NICHOLLS Robert J.; WATKISS Paul; CHRISTENSEN Ole; DANKERS Rutger, et al
1988Physical and Metallurgical Phenomena During Simulations of Plasma DisruptionSCHILLER Peter; CAMBINI Mario; BROSSA Francesco; RIGON Giordano
1988Physical and Metallurgical Phenomena During Simulations of Plasma DisruptionsSCHILLER Peter; RIGON G.; CAMBINI Mario; BROSSA Francesco
2012Physical Characterization of Exhaust Particle Emissions from Late Technology Gasoline VehiclesMAMAKOS ATHANASIOS; MANFREDI Urbano; MARTINI Giorgio; PERUJO MATEOS DEL PARQUE Adolfo; MAROTTA Alessandro
2002The Physical Environment as a Key Factor in Assessing the Eutrophication Status and Vulnerability of Shallow SeaDRUON Jean noel; SCHRIMPF Wolfram; DOBRICIC E.; STIPS Adolf
2006The Physical Environment: Lake Peipsi and its Drainage BasinNOGES PEETER
1998Physical Mechanisms in Hyperspectral BRDF Data of Grass WatercressSANDMEIER Stefan; HOSGOOD Brian; ANDREOLI Giovanni
1988Physical Properties Measurements and Leaching Behaviour of Chromium Compounds Solidified in a Cement MatrixZAMORANI Edmondo; SERRINI Giorgio
2014Physical vapour deposition of metallic lithiumVANLEEUW DAVID; SAPUNDJIEV DANISLAV; SIBBENS Goedele; OBERSTEDT Stephan; SALVADOR CASTINEIRA PAULA
2008Physically Constrained Receptor Modelling of PM10 from Winter Time KrakowJUNNINEN Heikki; MOENSTER Jacob; REY Maria; CANCELINHA Jose; DOUGLAS Kevin; DUANE Matthew; FORCINA Vittorio; MUELLER Anne; LAGLER Friedrich; MARELLI Luisa, et al
1998Physically-Based River Basin Modelling within a GIS: the LISFLOOD Model.DE ROO Ad; WESSELING Cees; VAN DEURSEN Willem
2002Physicochemical Methods for Predicting the Biological Potency of Recombinant Follicle Stimulating Hormone. An International Collaborative Study of Isoelectric Focusing and Capillary Zone Electrophoresis.STORRING Patrick; GAINES DAS R. e.; MULDERS John; HALDER Maria
1987Physics and Safety of Advanced Research ReactorsVON DER HARDT Peter; BOENING Klaus
2008Physiological Specialization by Thermal Adaptation Drives Ecological Divergence in a Sympatric Fish Species PairOHLBERGER Jan; STAAKS Georg; PETZOLDT Thomas; MEHNER Thomas; HOELKER Franz
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