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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
2008Impact of a New Invader Ctenophore (Mnemiopsis Leidyi) on the Zooplankton Community of the Southern Caspian SeaROOHI Abolghasem; YASIN Zulfigar; KIDEYS Ahmet E.; HWAI Aileen Tan Shau; KHENARI Ali Ganjian; EKER DEVELI ELIF
1997Impact of Accident Precursors on Risk Estimates from Accident DatabasesKIRCHSTEIGER Christian
2004The Impact of Air Pollutant and Methane Emission Controls on Tropospheric Ozone and Radiative Forcing. CTM Calculations for the Period 1990-2030.DENTENER Frank; STEVENSON D.; COFALA J.; MECHLER R.; AMANN M.; BERGAMASCHI Peter; RAES Frank paul elisabeth; DERWENT R.
2005The Impact of Air Pollutant and Methane Emission Controls on Tropospheric Ozone and Radiative Forcing: CTM Calculations for the Period 1990-2030DENTENER FRANCISCUS; STEVENSON D.s.; AMANN Markus; MECHLER Reinhard; COFALA Janusz; DERWENT Richard; BERGAMASCHI PETER; RAES FRANK
2012The impact of analytical quality criteria and data evaluation on the quantification of genetically modified organismsMEYER Wibke; CAPRIOARA-BUDA Mihaela; JEYNOV Boyan; CORBISIER Philippe; TRAPMANN Stefanie; EMONS Hendrik
2010The Impact of Animal Production Systems on the Nitrogen CycleGALLOWAY J.n.; DENTENER Franciscus; BURKE Marshall; DUMONT E; BOUWMAN L; KOHN R; MOONEY L; SEITZINGER S.p.; KROEZE Carolien
2005Impact of Auto-irradiation on the Thermophysical Properties of Oxide Nuclear Reactor FuelsSTAICU DRAGOS; WISS THIERRY; SHEINDLIN Mikhail; RONDINELLA VINCENZO; HIERNAUT JEAN-POL; RONCHI Claudio
2010Impact of Auto-irradiation on the Thermophysical Properties of Oxide Nuclear Reactor FuelsSTAICU Dragos; WISS Thierry; RONDINELLA Vincenzo; HIERNAUT Jean pol; KONINGS Rudy; RONCHI C.
1999Impact of Biogenic Emissions on Ozone in the Mediterranean Area. A BEMA Modelling Study.THUNIS Philippe; CUVELIER Cornelis
2013The Impact of CAP Reform on the Productivity of EU FarmsRIZOV Marian; POKRIVCAK Jan; CIAIAN PAVEL
2013The Impact of CAP Subsidies on Bank LoansPOKRIVCAK Jan; CIAIAN PAVEL; SZEGENYOVA Katarina
2005The Impact of Carbon Sequestration on the Cost of Electricity and Hydrogen in Europe in the Medium TermTZIMAS Evangelos; PETEVES Stathis dimitris
2005The Impact of Carbon Sequestration on the Production Cost of Electricity and Hydrogen from Coal and Natural-Gas Technologies in Europe in the Medium TermTZIMAS EVANGELOS; PETEVES ESTATHIOS
2010The Impact of Climate Change on Lakes in Northern EuropeBLENCKNER Thorsten; ADRIAN Rita; ARVOLA Lauri; JARVINEN Marko; NOGES Peeter; NOGES Tiina; PETTERSSON Kurt; WEYHENMEYER Gesa
2013The Impact of Climate Change on the European Energy SystemDOWLING PAUL
2004Impact of Climate Change on the Water Cycle and Nutrient Losses in a Finnish Catchment.BOURAOUI Faycal; GRIZZETTI B.; GRANLUND Kristi; REKOLAINEN Seppo; BIDOGLIO Giovanni
2007Impact of Climatic Variability on Parameters Used in Typology and Ecological Quality Assessment of Surface Waters - Implications on the Water Framework DirectiveNOGES PEETER; VAN DE BUND WOUTER; CARDOSO ANA; HEISKANEN ANNA-STIINA
2000Impact of Continental Margings in the Mediterranean Sea. Hints from the Surface Colour and Temperature Historical Record.BARALE Vittorio; ZIN Isabella
2000The Impact of Convergence on the Competitiveness of the European Consumer Electronics Industry.HAZEWINDUS N.; BURGELMAN Jean claude
2013The Impact of Decoupled Payments on Land Prices in the EUCIAIAN PAVEL; KANCS D'ARTIS; SWINNEN Johann
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