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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
2004Reports of the Technical Working Groups Established under the Thematic Strategy for Soil Protection. Vol. III.: Organic Matter.VAN CAMP Godelieve; GENTILE Anna-rita; BUJARRABAL B.; JONES Robert; MONTANARELLA Luca; OLAZABAL Claudia; SELVARADJOU Senthil k.
2004Reports of the Technical Working Groups Established under the Thematic Strategy for Soil Protection. Vol. IV: Contamination and Land Management.VAN CAMP Godelieve; GENTILE Anna-rita; BUJARRABAL B.; JONES Robert; MONTANARELLA Luca; OLAZABAL Claudia; SELVARADJOU Senthil k.
2004Reports of the Technical Working Groups Established under the Thematic Strategy for Soil Protection. Vol. V: Monitoring.VAN CAMP Godelieve; GENTILE Anna-rita; BUJARRABAL B.; JONES Robert; MONTANARELLA Luca; OLAZABAL Claudia; SELVARADJOU Senthil k.
2004Reports of the Technical Working Groups Established under the Thematic Strategy for Soil Protection. Vol. VI: Research, Sealing and Cross-Cutting Issues.VAN CAMP Godelieve; GENTILE Anna-rita; BUJARRABAL B.; JONES Robert; MONTANARELLA Luca; OLAZABAL Claudia; SELVARADJOU Senthil k.
2006Representation de Textes a l'Aide d'Etiquettes Semantiques dans le Cadre de la Classification AutomatiqueIGNAT CAMELIA; ROUSSELOT François
2008The Representation of Emissions from Megacities in Global Emissions InventoriesBUTLER Timothy; LAWRENCE M. G.; GURJAR B. R.; VAN AARDENNE JOHN; SCHULTZ M.g.; LELIEVELD Jos
2005Representing Aerosol Optical Properties with Theoretical Modelling and Global ObservationsCLERICI MARCO
2005Representing Future Urban and Regional Scenarios for Flood Hazard MitigationBARREDO CANO JOSE'; LAVALLE CARLO; SAGRIS VALENTINA; ENGELEN GUY
2007Representing Soil Pollution by Heavy Metals Using Continuous Limitation ScoresROMIć Marija; HENGL TOMISLAV; ROMIć Davor; HUSNJAK Stjepan
1999Reproducibility is never Proof of Accuracy ...DE BIEVRE P.
2010ReProGlo: a new stem cell based reporter assay aimed to predict embryotoxic potential of drugs and chemicalsBREMER Susanne; UIBEL Frederik; STUMMANN Tina; SCHWARZ Michael; WEIMER Marc; MUEHLEISEN Annette; KÖHLE Christoph
2010The ReProTect Feasibility Study, a novel comprehensive in vitro approach to detect reproductive toxicantsSCHENK Barabara; WEIMER Marc; BREMER Susanne; VAN DER BURG Bart; CORTVRINDT Rita; FREYBERGER Alexius; LAZZARI Giovanna; PELLIZZER Cristian; PIERSMA Aldert; SCHAEFER Wolfgang, et al
2006Repurposing a Learning Activity on Academic Integrity: The Experience of Three UniversitiesNELSON Andrew; FILL Karen; LEUNG Samuel; DIBIASE David
2007Reputation-based GovernancePICCI Lucio
2011Reputation-based GovernancePICCI Lucio
2009The requirements analysis for the Meta-Model Sustainability Impact Assessment Tools (SIAT) to ensure a High Use and Acceptability among Policy Decision Makers - A Critical ReviewSIEBER STEFAN; MÜLLER K.; TSCHERNING Karen; HELMING Katharina; POHLE D.; FRICKE K.; VERWEIJ P.
2008Requirements and Challenges for Building a European Spatial Information Infrastructure: INSPIREANNONI ALESSANDRO; FRIIS-CHRISTENSEN ANDERS; LUCCHI ROBERTO; LUTZ MICHAEL
1998The Requirements and Development of Neutron Beams for Neutron Capture Therapy of Brain CancerMOSS Raymond lloyd; AIZAWA Oshiwa; BEYNON Derek; BREGGER Robert; CONSTANTINE Geoff; HARLING Otto; WATKINS Peter roger derek
2006Requirements for BNCT at a Nuclear Research Reactor - Results from a BNCT Workshop Organized by the European Commission in Prague, November 2005SAUERWEIN WOLFGANG; BURIANEK Jiri; WITTIG ANDREA; MOSS RAYMOND
2009Requirements for Boron Neutron Capture Therapy (BNCT) at a Nuclear Research ReactorSAUERWEIN Wolfgang; MOSS Raymond
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