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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
2009Comparison between impementations of European noise mapping methodsKEPHALOPOULOS Stylianos; PAVIOTTI Marco
2005Comparison between Large Reference Cells Calibrated by ESTI-JRC, NREL and PTB, Performed at ECNVAN DER HEIDE Arvid; WINTER Stefan; MORIARTY Tom; ZAAIMAN WILLEM
2014Comparison between MERIS and Regional High-Level Products in European SeasD'ALIMONTE Davide; ZIBORDI Giuseppe; KAJIYAMA Tamito; BERTHON Jean-Francois
2004Comparison Between Numerical Models for Radiative Transfer Simulation in the Atmosphere-Ocean System.BULGARELLI Barbara; DOYLE John piero
2005A Comparison between the Diurnal Heat Signature of a Buried Conducting and Insulating Landmine.LEWIS G.d.
1997A Comparison between the Oxidation Behaviour of Silicon Nitride Hot-Pressed with Neodymium Oxide and a HIPped Silicon Nitride.O'REILLY Mary; CORISH John; FORDHAM Richard john
2000Comparison between the Use of Direct Current Glow Discharge Mass Spectrometry and Inductively Coupled Plasma Quadrupole Mass Spectrometry for the Analysis of Trace Elements in Nuclear Samples.ALDAVE DE LAS HERAS L.; BOCCI F.; BETTI Maria; ACTIS-DATO Louis olivier
2011Comparison of Modelling Approaches for CFD Simulations of High Pressure Hydrogen ReleasesPAPANIKOLAOU EFTHYMIA; BARALDI Daniele
2000Comparison of a Satellite-Based and a Precipitation-Based Drought Index.VIAU A.a.; VOGT Juergen valen tin; BEAUDIN Isabelle
1998Comparison of Activity Measurements of 63-Ni and 55-Fe in the Framework of the EUROMET 297 Project.CASSETTE P.; ALTZITZOGLOU Timotheos
2009Comparison of Adjoint and Forward Monte Carlo Based Treatment Planning for a Realistic Head PhantomNIEVAART Victor Alexander; MOSS Raymond; WITTIG A.
2005Comparison of Advanced Mid-Sized Reactors Regarding Passive Features, Core Damage Frequencies and Core Melt Retention FeaturesWIDER HARTMUT
2000A Comparison of Aerosol Chemical and Optical Properties from the First and Second Aerosol Characterization Experiment.QUINN P.k.; BATES T.s.; COFFMAN D.j.; MILLER T.l.; JOHNSON J.e.; COVERT D.s.; PUTAUD Jean phili ppe jacques bernard; NEUSUSS C.; NOVAKOV T.
2002Comparison of Algorithms for Estimating Ocean Primary Production from Surface Chlorophyll, Temperature and Irradiance.HOEPFFNER Nicolas pierre; ET AL. Amano
2009A Comparison of Alpine Emissions to Forest Soil and Spruce Needle Loads for Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs)BELIS CLAUDIO; OFFENTHALER Ivo; UHL Maria; NURMI-LEGAT Johanna; BASSAN Rodolfo; JACKOBI Gert; KIRCHNER Manfred; KNOTH Wilhelm; KRAEUCHI Norbert; LEVY Walkiria, et al
2003Comparison of Alternative and Conventional Extraction Techniques for the Determination of Zearalenone in Corn.PALLARONI Lea; VON HOLST Christoph
2010Comparison of Automatic DSM Generation Modules by Processing IKONOS Stereo Data of an Urban AreaECKERT Sandra; HOLLANDS Thomas
2013Comparison of background in underground HPGe-detectors in different lead shield configurationsHULT Mikael; LUTTER GUILLAUME; YÜKSEL A.; MARISSENS Gerd; MISIASZEK M.; ROSENGARD CHRISTIAN ULF
2006Comparison of Calculated Spectra for the Interaction of Photons in a Liquid Scintillator: Example of 54Mn 835 keV EmissionCASSETTE P.; AHN G.h.; ALTZITZOGLOU TIMOTHEOS; AUBINEAU-LANIÈCE I.; BOCHUD F.; GARCIA TORANO E.; GRAU CARLES A.; GRAU MALONDA A.; KOSSERT K.; LEE K.b., et al
2010A comparison of CAPRI and SEAMLESS-IF as Integrated Modelling SystemsBRITZ Wolfgang; PEREZ DOMINGUEZ Ignacio; HECKELEI Thomas
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