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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
2005On the Retrieval of Volcanic Sulfur Dioxide Emissions from GOME Backscatter Measurements.THOMAS Werner; EBERTSEDER T.; VAN ROOSENDAEL M.; VERDEBOUT Jean rene; BALIS D.s.; MELETI C.; ZEREFOS C.
2004On the Role of Hydroxyl Radicals in the Self-Cleansing Capacity of the TroposphereLELIEVELD J.; DENTENER Frank; PETERS W.; KROL M.
2010On the SAR derived alert in the detection of oil spills according to the analysis of the EGEMPFERRARO DI SILVI E CASTIGLIONE Guido; VESPE MICHELE; PERKOVIC Marko; BASCHEK Bjorn; NJOTEN Ove; DE MONTPELLIER Geraldine
2005On the Separation of Net Ecosystem Exchange into Assimilation and Ecosystem Respiration: Review and Improved AlgorithmREICHSTEIN Markus; FALGE Eva; BALDOCCHI Dennis; MATTEUCCI Giorgio; SEUFERT GUENTHER
1989On the Social Acceptability of Inherently Safe TechnologiesOTWAY Harry
2007On the Spatial Characteristics and Scaling Behaviour of the LISFLOOD and the ERS/SCAT Derived Soil Moisture FieldsLAGUARDIA GIOVANNI; NIEMEYER STEFAN
1985On the Suitability of First - Order Differential Models for Two-phase Flow PredictionPROSPERETTI A.
2006On the Suitability of the Use of Normalized Difference Vegetation Index for Forest Fire Risk AssessmentGABBAN Andrea; SAN-MIGUEL-AYANZ JESUS; XAVIER VIEGAS Domingos
2012On the Systematic Reduction of Data Complexity in Multi-model Atmospheric Dispersion Ensemble ModelingRICCIO Angelo; CIARAMELLA Angelo; Giunta Giulio; GALMARINI Stefano; POTEMPSKI Slawomir; SOLAZZO EFISIO
2014On the temporal consistency of chlorophyll products derived from three ocean-colour sensorsBREWIN Robert; MELIN Frederic; SATHYENDRANATH Shubha; STEINMETZ Francois; CHUPRIN Andrei; GRANT M.
2010On the Temporal Resolution of Mass Balance Models for Soluble Chemicals in SoilsPISTOCCHI Alberto
2006On the Thermal Conductivity of UO2 Nuclear Fuel at a High Burn-up of around 100 MWd/kgHMWALKER CLIVE; STAICU DRAGOS; SHEINDLIN Mikhail; PAPAIOANNOU DIMITRIOS; GOLL W.
1995On the Time Evolution of Inertia and Inertialess Particle Populations during Acoustic Agglomeration as a Function of Acoustic PowerCAPERAN Philippe; SOMERS Joseph samuel
2012On the Uncertainty of Phenological Responses to Climate Change and its Implication for Terrestrial Biosphere ModelsMIGLIAVACCA MIRCO; SONNENTAG Oliver; KEENAN Trevor; CESCATTI Alessandro; O'KEEFE John; RICHARDSON Andrew D.
2008On the Underground Production of High Purity Germanium DetectorsHULT MIKAEL; BELOGUROV S.; CALDWELL A.; JANICSKO Josef; KORNOUKHOV V.n.; SCHOENERT S.
2013On the Use and Limitations of Age Dating in Nuclear Safeguards and Forensics: State-of-the- Practice and the Way ForwardVARGA ZSOLT; KRAJKO JUDIT; WALLENIUS Maria; MAYER Klaus
2003On the Use of Available Theoretical Models for the Interpretation of Capillary Phenomena of Molten Metals in the Presence of Oxygen.RATTO Marco; FIORI L.; RICCI E.; ARATO E.
2013On the Use of Emulab Testbeds for Scientifically Rigorous ExperimentsSIATERLIS CHRISTOS; PEREZ GARCIA ANDRES; GENGE BELA
2007On the Use of Geodesic Distances for Spatial InterpolationGRAZZINI JACOPO; SOILLE PIERRE; BIELSKI CONRAD
2009On the Use of Hydrogen in Confined Spaces - Results from the Internal Project InsHydeVENETSANOS Alexander; ADAMS Paul; AZKARATE Inaki; BENGAOUER Alain; BRETT Lois; CARCASSI Marco; ENGEBO Angunn; GALLEGO Eduardo; GAVRIKOV Andrej; HANSEN Olav; HAWKSWORTH Stuart; JORDAN Thomas; KESSLER Armin; KUMAR Suresh; MOLKOV Vladimir; NILSEN Sandra; REINECKE Ernst-Arendt; STOCKLIN Michael; SCHMIDTCHEN Ulrich; TEODORCZYK Andrzej; TIGREAT Delphine; VERSLOOT Nico
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