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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
2011Europe at risk (following EU-funded research on hazard and risks)DELMONACO Giuseppe; ATUN Funda; CEUDECH Andrea; DEEMING Hugh; DE ROO Arie; LUMBROSO D.; GALDERISI A.; KALLACHE M.; KROPP J.p.; KUNDAK S., et al
2011Europe Must Boost Investment in Solar PowerJAEGER-WALDAU Arnulf
2008Europe Needs More Lisbon to Make ICT Investment More EffectiveBARRIOS Salvador; BURGELMAN Jean-Claude
2008Europe Needs More Lisbon to Make the ICT Investments EffectiveBURGELMAN Jean Claude; SALVADOR Barrios; BOGDANOWICZ Marc
2002Europe's Construction of a Patent System for Biotechnological Inventions. An Assessment of Industry Views.THUMM Nikolaus
2007Europe's Living Landscapes - Essays Exploring our Identity in the CountrysidePEDROLI Bas; VAN DOORN Anne; DE BLUST Geert; PARACCHINI MARIA-LUISA; WASCHER Dirk; BUNCE Freda
2012Europe's relations with the wider world - a unique view from spaceBELWARD Alan
2005Europe-wide Reduction in Primary Productivity Caused by the Heat and Drought in 2003CIAIS Philippe; VIOVY N.; REICHSTEIN Markus; SEUFERT GUENTHER; MATTEUCCI Giorgio
2014Europe-wide survey of estrogenicity in wastewater treatment plant effluents: the need for the effect-based monitoringJAROSOVA Barbora; ERSEKOVA A.; HILSCHEROVA K.; LOOS Robert; GAWLIK Bernd; GIESY J.p.; BLAHA Ludek
2013THE EUROPEAN (V)HTR R&D PROJECT ARCHER : OVERVIEW, FIRST RESULTS AND OUTLOOKDE GROOT Sander; FUETTERER Michael; ROELOFS Ferry; KOHTZ Norbert; SOMERS Joseph; LAURIE Mathias; BUCKTHORPE Derek; SCHEUERMANN Walter
1989The European Accident Code EAC-2 and its Coupling Algorithm between Fuel and Coolant ChannelVAN GOETHEM Goerges; LASSMANN Klaus
2011The European Aerosol Budget in 2006AAN DE BRUGH J.m.; SCHAAP Martijn; VIGNATI Elisabetta; DENTENER Franciscus; KANHERT M; SOFIEV M; HUIJNEN V.; KROL M
2010A European Aerosol Phenomenology - 3: Physical and Chemical Characteristics of Particulate Matter from 60 Rural, Urban, and Kerbside Sites across EuropePUTAUD Jean-Philippe; VAN DINGENEN Rita; ALASTUEY Andres; BAUER Heidi; BIRMILI Wolfram; CYRYS Josef; FLENTJE Harald; FUZZI Sandro; GEHRIG Robert; HANSSON Hans-Christien, et al
2004A European Aerosol Phenomenology. Part 1: Physical Characteristics of Particulate Matter at Kerbside, Urban, Rural and Background Sites in Europe.VAN DINGENEN Rita maria; RAES Frank paul elisabeth; PUTAUD J.p.; BALTENSPERGER Urs; CHARRON Aurelie; FACCHINI M.-chr.; DECESARI Stefano; FUZZI Sandro; GEHRIG Robert; HANSSON Hans-c., et al
2004A European Aerosol Phenomenology. Part 2: Chemical Characteristics of Particulate Matter at Kerbside, Urban, Rural and Background Sites in Europe.PUTAUD J.p.; RAES Frank paul elisabeth; VAN DINGENEN Rita maria; BRUEGGEMANN Erika; FACCHINI M.-chr.; DECESARI Stefano; FUZZI Sandro; GEHRIG Robert; HUEGLIN Cristophe; LAJ Paolo, et al
2013European agricultural landscapes, common agricultural policy and ecosystem services: a reviewVAN ZANTEN Boris; VERBURG Peter; ESPINOSA GODED MARIA; GOMEZ Y PALOMA Sergio; GALIMBERTI Giuliano; KANTELHARDT Jochen; KAPFER Martin; LEFEBVRE MARIANNE; MANRIQUE Rosa; PIORR Annette, et al
2007European Agrochemicals Geospatial Loss Estimator: Model Development and ApplicationsBOURAOUI FAYCAL; ALOE Alberto
2005European Agrophenology MeetingMICALE FABIO; GENOVESE GIAMPIERO
2007European Analytical Column DAC Tries a New Format - European Analytical Column No. 36 from the Division of Analytical Chemistry (DAC) of the European Association for Chemical and Molecular Sciences (EuCheMS)KARLBERG B.; EMONS HENDRIK; ANDERSON J.e.t.
2008European Analytical Column No. 36 from the Division of Analytical Chemistry (DAC) of the European Association for Chemical and Molecular Sciences (EuCheMS)EMONS HENDRIK; KARLBERG B.; ANDERSON J.e.t.
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