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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
2011Comparison of three SeaWiFS atmospheric correction algorithms for turbid waters using AERONET-OC MeasurementsJAMET Cédric; LOISEL Hubert; KUCHINKE Christopher; RUDDICK Kevin; ZIBORDI Giuseppe; FENG Hui
2005Comparison of Traceable Calibration Methods for Primary Photovoltaic Reference CellsMUELLEJANS HARALD; ZAAIMAN WILLEM; MERLI Francesco; DUNLOP EWAN; OSSENBRINK HEINZ
2005Comparison of Traceable Calibration Methods for Primary Photovoltaic Reference Cells.MUELLEJANS Harald; ZAAIMAN Willem; MERLI Francesco; DUNLOP Ewan; OSSENBRINK Heinz
2010Comparison of Triple-to-Double Coincidence Ratio (TDCR) Efficiency Calculations and Uncertainty Assessments for 99TcZIMMERMAN B.e.; ALTZITZOGLOU Timotheos; RODRIGUES D.; BRODA R.; CASSETTE P.; MO L; RATEL G.; SIMPSON B.; VAN WYNGAARDT W.; WÄTJEN C.
2002Comparison of Two Ocean Numerical Models: HAMSON and ISPRAMIX for the North Sea Dynamics SimulationsOUBERDOUS Mohamed; POHLMANN Thomas; STIPS Adolf; SCHRIMPF Wolfram
2002Comparison of Two Post-Column Derivatization Systems, Ultraviolet Irradiation and Electrochemical Determination, for the Liquid Chromatographic Determination of Alfatoxins in Food.PAPADOPOULOU-BOURAOUI Andri; STROKA J.; ANKLAM Elke
2012A comparison of two sampling methods for global sensitivity analysisTARANTOLA Stefano; BECKER WILLIAM EDWARD; ZEITZ Dirk
2005Comparison of Univariate and Multivariate Procedures for the Optimisation of the Determination of Cr(III) and Cr(VI) by Ion Chromatography with Chemiluminescence Detection.DERBYSHIRE Michelle; JOHANSSON Magnus; GARDINER Philip; LAMBERTY Andre
2008Comparison of User Performance when Applying System Identification for Assessment of the Energy Performance of Building ComponentsANDROUTSOPOULOS Andreas; BLOEM Johannes; VAN DIJK Dick; BAKER Paul
2004Comparison of Various Models for the Simulation of a Core Disruptive Accident in the MARA 10 Mock-up.ROBBE Marie-france; CASADEI Folco
2006Comparison of Voltammetry and Inductively Coupled Plasma - Mass Spectrometry for the Determination of Heavy Metals in PM10 Airborne Particulate MatterBUZICA DANIELA; GERBOLES MICHEL; BOROWIAK ANNETTE; TRINCHERINI Pier; PASSARELLA ROSANNA; PEDRONI VALERIO
2006Comparison of WOFOST, CropSyst and WARM for Simulating Rice Growth (Japonica Type - Short Cycle Varieties)CONFALONIERI ROBERTO; GUSBERTI DAVIDE; ACUTIS MARCO
2014Comparison of XRD, XANES and TGA methods to assess the O/M ratio of Th0.60Am0.40O2-xPRIEUR DAMIEN; VIGIER JEAN-FRANCOIS; ROTHE J.; SOMERS Joseph
2009Comparison Workshop on a European Digital Elevation ModelMISEREZ Katleen; PEEDELL Stephen; STROBL Peter; DUFOURMONT HANS ANTOON ALFONS; DUSART Jean
2012Comparisons of the European carbon footprint (2000–2006) from three different perspectives within a multi-regional frameworkRUEDA CANTUCHE JOSE
2012Compatibility Analysis between LightSquared and L1/E1 GNSS ReceptionO'DRISCOLL CILLIAN; RAO MARCO; BORIO DANIELE; CANO PONS EDUARDO; FORTUNY GUASCH Joaquim; BASTIDE Frederich; HAYES Dominique
2012The compatibility of EU biofuel policies with global sustainability and the WTOBURRELL Alison; GAY Stephan; KAVALLARI Aikaterini
1994The Compatibility of SiC/SiC Composites with Ceramic Breeder MaterialsFENICI Paolo
2007A Compendium of Case Studies that Helped to Shape the REACH Guidance on Chemical Categories and Read AcrossWORTH ANDREW; TIER GRACE
2011Compendium of reference methods for GMO analysisVAN DEN EEDE Guy
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