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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
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
2012Consistent 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
2008Consistent Simulation of Bromine Chemistry from the Marine Boundary Layer to the Stratosphere - Part I: Model Description, Sea Salt Aerosols and PHKERKWEG A.; JÖCKEL P; POZZER A; TOST H; SANDER R.; SCHULZ M.; STIER Phillip; VIGNATI Elisabetta; WILSON Julian; LELIEVELD J.
2010Consolidating the Two-Stream Inversion Package (JRC-TIP) to Retrieve Land Surface Parameters from Albedo ProductsCLERICI Marco; VOSSBECK Michael; PINTY Bernard; KAMINSKI Thomas; TABERNER Malcolm; LAVERGNE Thomas; ANDREDAKIS Ioannis
2005Consolidation of Scientific and Technological Expertise to Assess the Reliability of Reactor Pressure Vessel Embrittlement Prediction in Particular for the Arctic Area Plant (COBRA)BALLESTEROS A.; BROS J.; DEBARBERIS LUIGI; SEVINI FILIPPO; ERAK D.; GEZASHCHENKO S.; KRYUKOV A.; SHTROMBAKH Y.; GOLOSCHAPOV S.; PYTKIN Y., et al
1997Consorzio Tutela Ambientale del Sebino.PREMAZZI Guido
1997A Constant Current Coulometer for the High Precision Analysis of Uranium.STUEBER Wolfgang guenther; FINOLY Guylene; LE DUIGOU Y.; BICKEL Michael
1988Constant Neutral Loss Spectra of Small PeptidesPELZER G.; DE PAUW Edwin; NASAR K.
2008Constrained Connectivity for Hierarchical Image Segmentation and SimplificationSOILLE PIERRE
2010Constrained Connectivity for the Processing of Very High Resolution ImagesSOILLE Pierre
1996Construction of an Electrode for Irradiated UO2 Fuel and Preliminary Results Concerning its Use in Aqueous SolutionsBOTTOMLEY Paul david william; WEGEN Detlef; COQUERELLE Michel clement
2013Consumer engagement: An insight from smart grid projects in EuropeGANGALE Flavia; MENGOLINI Anna Maria; ONYEJI Ijeoma
1999The Consumer Product Safety Database: Products, their Potential Risk of Use and Experts in the Analysis of those Products.ALBA SANCHEZ Jose javier; BORDIN Guy; RODRIGUEZ-FERNANDEZ Adela
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