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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
2009Project H-22: Synthesis and Hydrogen Sorption Characterisation of Magnesium-Rich Compounds with Transition MetalsANDERSSON Yvonne; FILIOU Constantina
2006Project HC-15 - Performance Characterisation of Solid-state Hydrogen Storage MaterialsBROOM Darren; FILIOU CONSTANTINA; MORETTO PIETRO
2008Project PISA: Phosphorus Influence on Steel AgeingACOSTA IBORRA Beatriz; ENGLISH Colin; GILLEMOT Ferenc; DONALDSON Andrew; ORTNER Susan; KIZLER Peter; BRUMOVSKY Milan; LANGER Reinhard; NEONEN Pentti; BALLESTEROS Antonio, et al
2003Project Report. Management of Naturel and Technological Hazards in Central and Eastern European Candidate Countries (PECO). JRC Enlargement Project No. PA 26 of the Fifth Framework ProgrammeWOOD Maureen; VETERE ARELLANO Ana lisa; MUSHTAG F.
2005Projected Changes in Mineral Oil Carbon of European Forests, 1990-2100.SMITH P.; SMITH Jo; WATTENBACH Martin; MEYER Jeannette; LINDNER Marcus; ZAEHLE S.; HIEDERER Roland; JONES R.j.a.; MONTANARELLA Luca; ROUNSEVELL Mark d. a., et al
2005Projected Changes in Mineral Soil Carbon of European Croplands and Graslands, 1990-2008SMITH Jo; ZAEHLE Sonke; HIEDERER ROLAND; MONTANARELLA LUCA; REGINSTER Isabelle; EWERT Frank
1988Projected Materials Requirements for the Next European Torus and for Longterm Tokamak Based DEMO FUSION DevicesSCHILLER Peter; NIHOUL J.
2009Projecting Future Burnt Area in the EU-Mediterranean Countries under IPCC SRES A2/B2 Climate Change ScenariosAMATULLI Giuseppe; CAMIA Andrea; SAN-MIGUEL-AYANZ Jesus
2009Projection of Meteosat Images into World Geodetic System WGS-84 Matching Spot/Vegetation GridCOMBAL Bruno; NOEL Josue
2013Projection of occurrence of extreme dry-wet years and seasons in Europe with stationary and non-stationary Standardized Precipitation IndicesRUSSO SIMONE; DOSIO Alessandro; STERL Andreas; BARBOSA FERREIRA Paulo; VOGT Juergen
2012Projection of R&D-intensive enterprises' growth to the year 2020: Implications for EU policy?VOIGT PETER; MONCADA PATERNO' CASTELLO Pietro
2012Projection of the Future EU Forest CO2 Sink as Affected by Recent Bioenergy Policies Using Two Advanced Forest Management ModelsBOTTCHER Hannes; VERKERK Hans; GUSTI Mykola; HAVLIK Peter; GRASSI Giacomo
2013Projection to 2020 for setting emission reduction targets in the Southern Mediterranean Partner Countries - An approach with a Business-as-Usual scenarioCERUTTI ALESSANDRO; JANSSENS-MAENHOUT Greet
2013Projections for Electric Vehicle Load Profiles in Europe Based on Travel Survey DataPASAOGLU Guzay; FIORELLO Davide; ZANI Loredana; ZUBARYEVA ALYONA; THIEL CHRISTIAN; MARTINO Angelo
2010Projections of future land use in the Municipality of Koper based on the MOLAND modelPERPAR Anton; MUBAREKA Sarah; DERANJA Davor; UDOVC Andrej; PINTAR Marina
2007Proliferation Resistance and Physical Protection Robustness Characteristics of Innovative and Advanced Nuclear Energy SystemsSEVINI FILIPPO; COJAZZI GIACOMO; RENDA GUIDO
2008Proliferation Resistance and Physical Protection Robustness Characteristics of Innovative and Advanced Nuclear Energy SystemsSEVINI Filippo; COJAZZI Giacomo; RENDA Guido
2010Proliferation Resistance and SafeguardsHEDBERG Magnus; LUETZENKIRCHEN Klaus; MAYER Klaus
2005Proliferation Resistance Characteristics for Civilian Nuclear Fuel Cycles AssessmentsCOJAZZI GIACOMO; RENDA GUIDO
2008Proliferation Resistance Characteristics of Advanced Nuclear Energy Systems: a Safeguardability Point of ViewCOJAZZI Giacomo; RENDA Guido; SEVINI Filippo
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