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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
1992A Consequence Model for Chlorine and Ammonia Based on a Fatality Index ApproachBROCKHOFF Lars; PETERSEN H.j.s.
2012Consequences of a coexistence policy on the adoption of GMHT crops in the European UnionAREAL FRANCISCO JOSÉ; RIESGO LAURA; GOMEZ-BARBERO Manuel; RODRIGUEZ CEREZO Emilio
2014Consequences of a future climatic scenario for the anchovy fishery in the Alboran Sea (SW Mediterranean): A modeling studyMACIAS MOY DIEGO; CASTILLA-ESPINO David; GARCIA DEL HOYO Jose Juan; NAVARRO Gabriel; CATALAN Igancio; RENAULT Lionel; RUIZ Javier
2011Consequences of and Potential Reasons for Inadequate Dead Time Measurements in Isotope Ratio Mass SpectrometryNYGREN Ulrika; RAMEBÄCK Henrik; VESTERLUND Anna; BERGLUND Michael
1999Consequences of Averaging Operations and Grid Stretching on the Atmospheric Conservation Equations.GALMARINI Stefano; THUNIS Philippe
2011Conservation Agriculture Effects and Policy Support to Mitigate Soil Degradation in Midi-Pyrénées (France)PROSPERI Paolo; TERRES Jean; POINTEREAU Philippe; DOUBLET Sylvain
2013The Conservation and Management of Tunas and Their Relatives: Setting Life History Research PrioritiesJUAN-JORDÁ Maria José; MOSQUEIRA SANCHEZ IAGO; FREIRE Juan; DULVY Nicholas
2013Conservation when landowners have bargaining power: Continuous conservation investments and cost uncertaintyLENNOX Gareth D; GASTON Kevin J.; ACS Szvetlana; DALLIMER Martin; HANLEY Nick; ARMSWORTH Paul R.
2008Consideration of Ageing Effect in Reliability and Safety Analysis of NPP Equipement FunctioningANTONOV Alexander; POLYAKOV Alexander; RODIONOV Andriy
2008Consideration of Natural Hazards in the Design and Risk Management of Industrial FacilitiesCRUZ NARANJO ANA-MARIA; OKADA Norio
2009Considerations for the Development of a Reference Method for Sequencing of Haploid DNA - An Opinion Paper on behalf of the IFCC Committee on Molecular DiagnosticsROUSSEAU F.; GANCBERG David; SCHIMMEL Heinz; NEUMAIER Michael; BUREAU Alexandre; MAMOTTE Cyril; VAN SCHAIK Ron; PAYNE Deborah; PAZZAGLI Mario; YOUNG Ian
2010Considerations on Safety and Proliferation-Resistant Aspects for the MSBR DesignJANSSENS-MAENHOUT Greet; VANDERHAEGEN Matthias
1989Considerations on the Simultaneous Behaviour of the Resonance Fluorescence and Ionization Signals vs Laser Intensity in FlamesSMITH B.w.; JONES B.t.
1988Considerazioni sul Particellato MarinoFERRARI Giovanni
2011The consistency approach for quality control of vaccines - A strategy to improve quality control and implement 3RsDE MATTIA Fabrizio; CHAPSAL Jean-Michel; DESCAMPS Johan; HALDER Maria; JARRETT Nicholas; KROSS Imke; MORTIAUX Frederic; PONSAR Cecile; REDHEAD Keith; MCKELVIE Jo, et al
2008The Consistency Approach for the Quality Control of VaccinesHENDRIKSEN Coenraad; ARCINIEGA Juan; BRUCKNER Lukas; CHEVALIER Michel; COPPENS Emmanuelle; DESCAMPS Johan; DUCHÊNE Michel; DUSEK David; HALDER MARIA; KREEFTENBERG Hans, et al
2007Consistency of Surface Anisotropy Characterization With Meteosat ObservationsLATTANZIO Alessio; GOVAERTS Yves; PINTY BERNARD
2010Consistent and Unbiased Carbon Dioxide Emission Multipliers: Performance of Danish Emission Reductions Via External TradeRUEDA CANTUCHE JOSE; AMORES Antonio F.
2011Consistent assimilation of MERIS FAPAR and atmospheric CO2 into a terrestrial vegetation model and interactive mission benefit analysisKAMINSKI Thomas; KNORR Wolfgang; SCHOLZE Marko; GOBRON Nadine; PINTY Bernard; GIERING Ralf; MATHIEU Pierre Philippe
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