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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
2010The Fish Embryo Toxicity Test as an Animal Alternative Method in Hazard and Risk Assessment and Scientific ResearchEMBRY Michelle; BELANGER Scott; BRAUNBECK Thomas; GALAY-BURGOS Malyka; HALDER Maria; HINTON David; LÉONARD Marc; LILLICRAP Adam; NORBERG-KING Teresa; WHALE Graham
2012Fish Health and Fisheries, Implications for Stock Assessment and Management: The Mediterranean ExampleLLORET J.; FALIEX E.; SHULMAN G.e.; RAGA J.-A.; SASAL P.; MUÑOZ M.; CASADEVALL M.; AHUIR-BARAJA A. E.; MONTERO F. E.; REPULLÉS-ALBELDA A., et al
2009Fisheries Management and Operations ResearchARNASON Ragnar
2007Fisheries Self-management under ITQsARNASON Ragnar
2011Fishery reform: Many stocks secureCARDINALE Massimiliano; DOERNER Hendrik; ABELLA Alvaro; ANDERSEN Jesper; CASEY John; DOERING Ralf; KIRKEGAARD Eskild; SIMMONDS EDMUND; STRANSKY Christoph
2009FishPopTrace: Developing SNP-based population genetic assignment methods to investigate illegal fishingMARTINSOHN Jann; OGDEN Rob
2005Fission Cross Section Calculations for Pa IsotopesHAMBSCH FRANZ-JOSEF; VLADUCA Gheorghita; TUDORA Anabella; OBERSTEDT STEPHAN; FILIPESCU D.
2013Fission cross section measurements for 240Pu, 242PuSALVADOR CASTINEIRA PAULA; TSINGANIS A.; AICHE Mourad; ANDRIAMONJE S.; BELIER G.; BERTHOUMIEUX E.; BOUTOUX G.; BRYS T.; CALVIANI M.; CZAJKOWSKI S., et al
2002Fission Cross-Section Evaluations in the Frame of the Multi-Modal Fission Model for 237Np(n,f).VLADUCA G.; TUDORA A.; HAMBSCH F.-j.; OBERSTEDT Stephan
2011Fission Cross-Section Measurements of 233U, 245Cm and 241,243Am at CERN n_TOF FacilityCALVIANI M.; ANDRIAMONJE S.; CHIAVERI E.; VLACHOUDIS V.; COLONNA N.; MEAZE M.; MARRONE S.; TAGLIENTE G.; TERLIZZI R.; BELLONI F., et al
2010The Fission Fragment Time-of-Flight Spectrometer VERDIOBERSTEDT Stephan; BORCEA Ruxandra; HAMBSCH Franz-Josef; ZEYNALOV Sh.; OBERSTEDT A.; GOEOEK A.; BELGYA T.; KIS Z.; SZENTMIKLOSI L.; TAKACS K., et al
2001Fission Gas Release and Volume Diffusion Enthalpy in UO2 Irradiated at Low and High Burnup.HIERNAUT Jean pol; RONCHI Claudio
2013FISSION GAS RELEASE MEASUREMENT ON ONE 50.4 GWd/tHM PWR FUEL SEGMENTWEGEN Detlef; PAPAIOANNOU Dimitrios; DE WEERD Wim; RONDINELLA Vincenzo; GLATZ Jean-Paul
1998Fission Mode Calculation for 239U; a Revision of the Multi-Modal Random Neck-Rupture Model.OBERSTEDT Stephan; HAMBSCH F.-j.; DEMATTE Luca
1995Fission Modes in the Compound Nucleus Np-238SIEGLER Peter; OBERSTEDT Stephan; THEOBALD J.p.
1989Fission Neutron Penetration in Iron and Sodium. II. Neutron SpectrometryRIEF Herbert; PERLINI Giuseppe
1988Fission Neutron Penetration in Iron and Sodium. Part I. Activation MeasurementsRIEF Herbert; PERLINI Giuseppe; NICKS Rodolphe
2003Fission of Actinides Using a Tabletop Laser.SCHWOERER H.; EWALD F.; SAUERBREY R.; GALY J.; MAGILL Joseph; RONDINELLA Vincenzo vito; SCHENKEL Roland; BUTZ T.
2002Fission of Actinides Using High Intensity Laser Plasma Interactions. A Comparison of Tabletop and Giant Laser Pulse Systems.GALY J.; MAGILL Joseph; RONDINELLA Vincenzo vito; REBIZANT Jean; SCHENKEL Roland; EWALD F.; SCHWOERER H.; SAUERBREY R.; LEDINGHAM K.w.d.; MC KENNA P., et al
2006Fission Product and Actinide Release from the Debris Bed Test PHEBUS FPT4 - Synthesis of the Post Test Analyses and of the Revaporisation Testing of the Plenum SamplesBOTTOMLEY PAUL; GREGOIRE A.-C.; CARBOL PAUL; GLATZ JEAN-PAUL; KNOCHE Dietrich; PAPAIOANNOU DIMITRIOS; SOLATIE Dina; VAN WINCKEL STEFAAN; GREGOIRE G.; JACQUEMAIN D.
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