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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
2010Retrieval of chlorophyll and nitrogen in Norway spruce (Picea abies L. Karst.) using imaging spectroscopySCHLERF Martin; ATZBERGER CLEMENT; HILL Joachim; BUDDENBAUM Henning; WERNER Willy; SCHULER Gebhard
2013Retrieval of Forest Aboveground Biomass and Stem Volume with Airborne Scanning LiDARKANKARE Ville; VASTARANTA Mikko; HOLOPAINEN Markus; RÄTY MINNA; YU Xiaowei; HYYPPÄ Juha; HYYPPÄ Hannu; ALHO Petteri; VIITALA Risto
2012Retrieval of maize canopy fluorescence and reflectance by spectral fitting in the O2-A absorption bandMAZZONI Marina; MERONI MICHELE; FORTUNATO C.; COLOMBO Roberto; VERHOEF Wout
2008Retrieval of Surface Albedo from Satellite SensorsSCHAAF Crystal; MARTONCHIK John; PINTY Bernard; GOVAERTS Yves; GAO Feng; LATTANZIO Alessio; LIU Jicheng; STRAHLER Alan; TABERNER Malcolm
2010Retrieval of Vegetation Biochemicals Using a Radiative Transfer Model and Hyperspectral dataDARVISHZADEH Roshanak; ATZBERGER Clement; SKIDMORE Andrew; SCHLERF Martin
2011Retrieve volunteered geographic information for forest fireSPINSANTI LAURA; OSTERMANN FRANK
2008Retrieving expert opinion on weights for the Active Citizenship Composite IndicatorMASCHERINI MASSIMILIANO; HOSKINS BRYONY LOUISE
2010Retrieving Phenological Stages from Low Resolution Earth Observation DataCOMBAL BRUNO; BARTHOLOME' ETIENNE
2007Retrieving surface parameters for climate models from Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS)-Multiangle Imaging Spectroradiometer (MISR) Albedo ProductsPINTY BERNARD; LAVERGNE Thomas; VOSSBECK Michael; KAMINSKI Thomas; AUSSEDAT Ophelie; GIERING Ralf; GOBRON NADINE; TABERNER MALCOLM; VERSTRAETE MICHEL; WIDLOWSKI JEAN-LUC
2014Retrospective analysis of the Draize test for serious eye damage/eye irritation: importance of understanding the in vivo endpoints under UN GHS/EU CLP for the development and evaluation of in vitro test methodsADRIAENS Els; VIEGAS BARROSO JOAO FILIPE; ESKES Chantra; HOFFMANN Sebastian; MCNAMEE Pauline; ALEPEE Natalie; BESSOU-TOUYA Sandrine; DE SMEDT Ann; DE WEVER Bart; PFANNENBECKER Uwe, et al
2004Retrospective Neutron Fluence Measurements Using Activated Metals and the Underground Laboratory HADES.HULT Mikael
2011Returns to education in European countries. Evidence from the European Community Statistics on Income and Living Conditions (EU-SILC)BADESCU Mircea; D'HOMBRES Beatrice; VILLALBA Ernesto
2014Revaporisation of fission product deposits in the primary circuit and its impact on accident source termBOTTOMLEY Paul; KNEBEL KEVIN; VAN WINCKEL Stefaan; HASTE Tim; SOUVI Sidi; AUVINEN Ari; KALILAINEN J.; KÄRKELÄ Teemu
2005Reverse Isotope Dilution ICP-MS Procedure Applied to the Certification of an Isotopically Enriched Cd Candidate Reference Material. A Case Study.TRESL Ivan; QUETEL Christophe
2002Reversed Food Chain. From the Plate to the Farm. Priorities in Food Safety and Food Technology for European ResearchWOLF Oliver; NILSAGARD Hans
2009Review - Pretreatment and Feeding of Biomass for Pressurized Entrained Flow GasificationSVOBODA Karel; POHORELY Michael; HARTMAN Miloslav; MARTINEC Jiri
2007Review and Improvements of Existing Delimitations of Rural Areas in EuropeJONARD François; LAMBOTTE Michel; BAMPS CATHARINA; DUSART JEAN; TERRES JEAN
2009Review and Inter-comparison of Modelling Land Use Change Effects of BioenergySCARLAT NICOLAE; PETERSEN Jan Erik; EDWARDS Robert
2010A Review of "Soil Classification Systems of the World: Theories, Practices, Nomenclatures and Correlations" - A New Book from Krasilnikov, Ibanez, Arnold and ShobaTOTH Gergely
2008Review of (Q)SAR Models for Skin and Eye Irritation and CorrosionGALLEGOS SALINER Ana; TIER GRACE; WORTH ANDREW
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