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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
2014Evaluación de seguridad de FFHH en Angra-1 para la preparación e incorporación de un capitulo 18 a su informe final de seguridadTRUEBA ALONSO Pedro; VALVIDIA MARTIN Juan Carlos; FERNANDEZ ILLOBRE Luiz; CELSO OLIVEIRA Luiz; HULSMANS Mark
2010Evaluated Nuclear Data for Nuclides within the Thorium-Uranium Fuel CycleCAPOTE R.; LEAL L.; LIU Ping; LIU Tingjin; SCHILLEBEECKX Peter; SIN M.; SIRAKOV I.; TRKOV A.
2006Evaluating Adequagy and Usability of Soil Maps in CroatiaHENGL TOMISLAV; HUSNJAK Stjepan
2013Evaluating e-Government: A Comprehensive Methodological Framework to Assess Policy ImpactsMISURACA GIANLUCA; SAVOLDELLI Alberto; CODAGNONE Cristiano
2008Evaluating EU Risk Management Instruments: Policy Lessons and Prospects for the FutureGARRIDO Alberto; BIELZA DIAZ-CANEJA Maria
2014Evaluating Ranking Robustness in Multi-Indicator Uncertain Matrices: An Application Based on Simulation and Global Sensitivity AnalysisROCCO Claudio; TARANTOLA Stefano
2014Evaluating targets and trade-offs among fisheries and conservation objectives using a multispecies size spectrum modelBLANCHARD Julia; ANDERSEN Ken H.; SCOTT FINLAY; HINTZEN Niels T.; PIET Gerjan; JENNINGS Simon
2013Evaluating the capacity to grasp extreme values of agro-climatic indices under changing climate conditions over EuropeDUVEILLER BOGDAN GRÉGORY HENRY E; CEGLAR ANDREJ; CHUKALIEV ORDAN; NIEMEYER Stefan
2013Evaluating the characteristics of a non-standardised Model Requirements Analysis (MRA) for the development of policy impact assessment toolsSIEBER Stefan; AMJATH-BABU T. S.; MCINTOSH B. S.; TSCHERNING Karen; MÜLLER Klaus; HELMING Katharina; POHLE D.; FRICKE Katharina; VERWEIJ P.; PACINI Cesare, et al
2012Evaluating the demand for carbon sequestration in olive grove soils as a strategy toward mitigating climate changeRODRIGUEZ-ENTRENA Macario; BARREIRO-HURLÉ Jesús; GOMEZ-LIMON Jose A.; ESPINOSA GODED MARIA; CASTRO Juan
2011Evaluating the Effect of Nutrient Levels of Major Soil Types on the Productivity of Wheatlands in HungaryTOTH GERGELY; HERMANN Tamas
2011Evaluating the effectiveness of smoothing algorithms in the absence of ground reference measurementsATZBERGER Clement; EILERS Paul
2014Evaluating the macroeconomic impacts of bio-based applications in the EUSMEETS Edward; VINYES PINTO CRISTINA; TABEAU Andrzej; VAN MEIJL Hans; CORJAN Brink; PRINS Anne Gerdien
2001Evaluating the NESC-I Test and the Integrated Approach to Structural Integrity Assessment.HURST Roger christopher; TAYLOR Nigel; MC GARRY D.; BASS B.r.; RINTAMAA Rauno; WINTLE John
2009Evaluating the Potential of Whole-farm Iinsurance over Crop-specific Insurance PoliciesBIELZA DIAZ-CANEJA MARIA; GARRIDO COLMENERO Alberto
2008Evaluating the Predictive and Explanatory Value of Atmospheric Numerical Models: Between Relativism and ObjectivismSTEYN Douw; GALMARINI STEFANO
2014Evaluating the resilience of critical infrastructures assessing interdependencies and economic impact: the role of inventoriesGALBUSERA LUCA; AZZINI Ivano; JONKEREN OLAF ERIK; NTALAMPIRAS STAVROS; GIANNOPOULOS Georgios
2007Evaluating the Status of Uranium Isotope Ratio Measurements using an Inter-laboratory Comparison CampaignRICHTER STEPHAN; ALONSO MUNOZ ADOLFO; TRUYENS JAN; KUEHN HEINZ; VERBRUGGEN ANDRE; WELLUM Roger
2012Evaluating the suitability of a generic fungal infection model for pest risk assessment studiesBREGAGLIO Simone; CAPPELLI Giovanni; DONATELLI Marcello
2006Evaluating the Uncertainties Associated to Isotope Ratio Measurements Carried out by some Mass Spectrometry Techniques in Real Uranium SamplesDE BOLLE Willy; ALONSO MUNOZ ADOLFO; KUEHN HEINZ; PONZEVERA Emmanuel; QUETEL CHRISTOPHE; RICHTER STEPHAN; WELLUM Roger; PEREIRA DE OLIVEIRA JR. Olivio
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