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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
1999A Role for Sensitivity Analysis in Presenting the Results from MCDA Studies to Decidion Makers.SALTELLI Andrea; TARANTOLA Stefano; CHAN Karen
2014Role of a Hybrid Energy System Comprising a Small/Medium-Sized Nuclear Reactor and a Biomass Processing Plant in a Scenario with a High Deployment of Onshore Wind FarmsPAPAIOANNOU IOULIA; PURVINS Arturs; SHROPSHIRE David; CARLSSON Johan
2013The role of academic publishers in shaping the development of Web 2.0 services for scholarly communicationSTEWART JAMES; PROCTER Rob; WILLIAMS Robin; POSCHEN Meik
2004The Role of Accelerated Power Generation Technology Development to Reduce Carbon Dioxide Emissions.RUSS Peter
2013The Role of Additionality in the EU Cohesion PoliciesBRANDSMA Andries; CIAIAN PAVEL; KANCS D'ARTIS
2013The Role of Additionality in the EU Cohesion Policies: An Example of Firm-Level Investment SupportBRANDSMA Andries; KANCS D'ARTIS; CIAIAN PAVEL
2003The Role of Advection and Turbulent Mixing in the Vertical Distribution of Phytoplankton.SERRA T.; GRANATA T.; COLOMER J.; STIPS Adolf; MOEHLENBERG F.; CASAMITJANA X.
2010The Role of Ambiguity in the Evaluation of the Net Benefits of the MOSE System in the Venice LagoonFONTINI Fulvio; UMGIESSER Georg; VERGANO Lucia
2014The role of ancillary benefits on the value of agricultural soils carbon sequestration programmes: Evidence from a latent class approach to Andalusian olive grovesRODRIGUEZ Macario; ESPINOSA GODED MARIA; BARREIRO-HURLÉ Jesús
2007The Role of Atmospheric Boundary Layer Processes in Atmospheric ChemistryVILÀ-GUERAU DE ARELLANO Jordi; JONKER Harm; PINO David; TEN BRINK H.; CHAUMERLIAC Nadine; FALOONA Ian; GALMARINI STEFANO; MILLAN M.m.; STUTZ Jochen
2009The Role of Atomic Correlations in the Theoretical Study of Minor Actinide IonsGAIGALAS G.; GAIDAMAUSKAS E.; RUDZIKAS Z.; MAGNANI Nicola; CACIUFFO Roberto
2010The Role of Chemical Composition in WWER RPV Irradiation EmbrittlementKRYUKOV ALEXANDER; DEBARBERIS Luigi; VON ESTORFF Ulrik; GILLEMOT Ferenc
2010The Role of Chemical Composition in WWER RPV Irradiation EmbrittlementKRYUKOV ALEXANDER; DEBARBERIS Luigi; VON ESTORFF Ulrik; GILLEMOT Ferenc
2010The Role of Cities in Achieving the EU Targets on Biofuels for Transportation: The Cases of Berlin, London, Milan and HelsinkiSILVESTRINI Alessandra; MONNI Suvi; PREGERNIG Michael; BARBATO Anna; DALLEMAND Jean-Francois; CROCI Eduardo; RAES Frank
2014The role of claddings in the seismic response of precast structures: the SAFECLADDING full-scale testsNEGRO Paolo; LAMPERTI TORNAGHI MARCO
2007Role of Climate and Agricultural Practice in Determining Matter Discharge into Large, Shallow Lake Võrtsjärv, EstoniaNOGES PEETER; KÄGU Marju; NÕGES Tiina
2014The role of combined laser scanning and video techniques in monitoring wave-by-wave swash zone processesVOUSDOUKAS MICHAIL; KIRUPAKARAMOORTHY Thulasi; OUMERACI Hocine; DE LA TORRE Maria; WUBBOLD Frauke; WAGNER Bernardo; SCHIMMELS Stefan
2012The Role of Contagion in Financial Crises: an Uncertainty Test on Interbank PatternsZEDDA STEFANO; CANNAS GIUSEPPINA; GALLIANI CLARA; DE LISA Riccardo
2001The Role of ECVAM in Promoting the Regulatory Acceptance of Alternative Methods in the European Union.WORTH Andrew; BALLS Michael
2012The role of European Soil Data Centre (ESDAC) to European policy support and public data requirementsPANAGOS Panagiotis; VAN LIEDEKERKE Marc; JONES Arwyn; MONTANARELLA Luca
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