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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
2009Scientific, Technical and Economic Committee for Fisheries (STECF). Review of Guidelines for the National Programs and Technical Reports under the Data Collection Framework. Report of the Subgroup on Research Needs (SGECA/SGRN 09-03) Joint Subgroup on Economic Affairs (SGECA) and on Research Needs (SGRN) of the Scientific, Technical and Economic Committee for Fisheries (STECF)VIGNEAU Joel; RAID Tiit
2011Scientific, Technical and Economic Committee for Fisheries and International Council for Exploration of Seas (ICES). Scoping for Impact Assessments for Baltic cod and Evaluation of Cod in Kattegat, North Sea, West of Scotland and Irish Sea (STECF-11-02)SIMMONDS EDMUND
2011Scientific, Technical and Economic Committee for Fisheries. Impact Assessment of Bay of Biscay sole (STECF-11-01)SIMMONDS EDMUND; BIAIS G.; BERTIGNAC M.; MACHER Claire; MERZEREAUD Mathieu; SCOTT ROBERT; VANHEE Willy
2012Scientific, Technical and Economic Committee for Fisheries. International Dimension (STECF-12-11).GAMITO JARDIM JOSÉ ERNESTO
2011Scientific, Technical and Economic Committee for Fisheries. Methodologies for 2011 economic reports (STECF-11-03)GUILLEN GARCIA JORDI
2011Scientific, Technical and Economic Committee for Fisheries. Report of the SGMED-10-03 Working Group on the Mediterranean Part IICARDINALE Massimiliano; RAETZ Hans-Joachim; CHEILARI Anna
2011Scientific, Technical and Economic Committee for Fisheries. Report of the SGMOS-10-05 Working Group on Fishing Effort Regimes regarding Annexes IIA, IIB and IIC of TAC & Quota Regulations, Celtic Sea and Bay of BiscayBAILEY Nick; RAETZ Hans-Joachim
2013Scintilla: A New International Platform for the Development, Evaluation and Benchmarking of Technologies to Detect Radioactive and Nuclear MaterialSANNIE G.; NORMAND S; TAGZIRIA Hamid; PEERANI Paolo; FRIEDRICH Hermann; CHMEL S.; DE VITA R.; PAVAN M.; GRATTAROLA M.; BOTTA E., et al
2001Scission Neutrons at Fission of 235U and 252Cf.KORNILOV N.; KAGALENKO A.b.; HAMBSCH F.-j.
2011Scoping Study on PseudolitesO'DRISCOLL CILLIAN; BORIO DANIELE; FORTUNY GUASCH Joaquim
2013Scoring analysis of design, verification and optimization of high intensity positron source (HIPOS)ZEMAN A.; TUCEK Kamil; DAQUINO G.; DEBARBERIS Luigi; HOGENBIRK A.
2009Scouting for drivers of the European Knowledge Society: the role of social participationVIDONI Daniele; MASCHERINI Massimiliano; MANCA ANNA RITA
2005Scrap Neutron Multiplicity Counter: Design and ManufactureMARIN FERRER MONTSERRAT; PEERANI PAOLO; LOOMAN Marc
2007Screening Active Inputs in Factor-Rich Models by Factors' Main Effect and Interaction PropertiesSALTELLI ANDREA
1989Screening and Household Products for the Emission of Volatile Organic CompoundsKNOEPPEL Helmut; SCHAUENBURG Herbert
2009Screening Important Inputs in Models with Strong Interaction PropertiesSALTELLI Andrea; CAMPOLONGO Francesca; CARIBONI Jessica
2012Screening of chemicals for human bioaccumulative potential with a physiologically based toxicokinetic modelTONNELIER ARNAUD; COECKE Sandra; ZALDIVAR COMENGES Jose'
2007Screening of EU New Chemicals Database concerning an Aquatic Exposure Threshold of No ConcernSOKULL-KLUETTGEN BIRGIT
2006Screening of Probabilistic Safety Evaluations for Different Advanced Reactor ConceptsBOLADO LAVIN RICARDO; KIRCHSTEIGER Christian
2001Screening Slaughtered Cattle for BSE.DESLYS J.p.; COMOY E.; HAWKINS S.; SIMON S.; SCHIMMEL Heinz; WELLS G.; GRASSI J.; MOYNAGH J.
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