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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
2005Erosion of a Surface Vortex by a Seamount on the Beta PlaneHERBETTE Steven; MOREL Yves; ARHAN Michel
2005Erosion of a Surface Vortex by a Seamount on the Beta Plane.HERBETTE Steven; MOREL Yves; ARHAN Michel
2011Erratum – Practical Application of ISO Guide 34: Revision of the Indicative Values for Ti and Mn in BCR-723LINSINGER Thomas; QUEVAUVILLER Phillippe; EMONS Hendrik
2008Error-Correction Methods and Evaluation of an Ensemble Based Hydrological Forecasting System for the Upper Danube CatchmentBOGNER Konrad; KALAS Milan
2007Ersatz für Tierversuche - nicht nur zum TierschutzGOLDBERG Alan; HARTUNG THOMAS
2012ES4LUCC: A GIS-tool for remotely monitoring landscape dynamicsFORZIERI GIOVANNI; BATTISTINI Alessandro; CATANI Filippo
2006ESARDA Multiplicity Benchmark Exercise - Final reportPEERANI PAOLO; SWINHOE Martyn
2011The ESARDA Working Group on Containment and Surveillance Activities in 2010GONCALVES Joao
2013Essential Biodiversity VariablesPEREIRA Henrique M.; FERRIER Simon; WALTERS Michele; GELLER Gary; JONGMAN Rob H.g.; SCHOLES Robert; BRUFORD Mike; BRUMMITT Neil; BUTCHART Stuart H. M.; CARDOSO Ana, et al
2009Est Modus in Rebus: Analytical Properties of Multi-Model EnsemblesPOTEMPSKI Slawomir; GALMARINI Stefano
2009Est Modus in Rebus: Analytical Properties of Multi-Model EnsemblesPOTEMPSKI Slawomir; GALMARINI Stefano
1997Establishing a SI-traceable Copper Concentration in the Candidate Reference Material MURST ISS A1 Antarctic Sediment Using Isotope Dilution in Combination with Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass SpectrometryPAPADAKIS Ioannis; TAYLOR P.d.p.; DE BIEVRE P.
2014Establishing the level of safety concern for chemicals in food without the need for toxicity testingSCHILTER Benoît; BENIGNI Romualdo; BOOBIS Alan R.; CHIODINI Alessandro; COCKBURN Andrew; CRONIN Mark; LO PIPARO Elena; MODI Sandeep; THIEL Annette; WORTH Andrew
1998Establishment and Characterization of a New Mammary Adonocarcinoma Cell Line Derived from MMTV neu Transgenic Mice.SACCO Maria grazia; GRIBALDO Laura; BARBIERI Ottavia; COLLOTTA Angelo; TURCHI Gino; ZUCCHI Ileana; BAGNASCO Luca; BARONE Domenico; VILLA Anna; MARAFANTE Erminio, et al
2006Establishment and Characterization of New Mammary Adenocarcinoma Cell Lines Derived from Double Transgenic Mice Expressing GFP and Neu OncogeneSACCO MARIA-GRAZIA; FAGGIOLI F.; SOLDATI S.; GRIBALDO LAURA; COLLOTTA ANGELO; PARISELLI FABRIZIO; MALERBA Ilaria; MUSIO A.; MONTAGNA C.; MIRA CATO' E., et al
2001Establishment of an in vitro Reporter Gene Assay for Developmental Cardiac Toxicity.BREMER S.; WORTH Andrew; PAPARELLA Martin; BIGOT Karine; KOLOSSOV Eugen; FLEISCHMANN Bernd; HESCHELER Juergen; BALLS Michael
2001The Establishment of Human Research Tissue Banking in the UK and Several Western European Countries.ANDERSEN Robert; BALLS Michael; BURKE Danny; CUMMINS Marie; FEHILY Deirde; GRAY Neil; DE GROOT Marleen; HELIN Heikki; HUNT Charles; JONES David, et al
2011Establishment of quantification methods for novel polypropylene/polyamide 6 - based bicomponent fibre in textile binary mixturesPICCININI Paola; ALVAREZ SARANDES LAVANDERA Rafael; TRANTALLIDI MARILENA; DE SERTORIO Maria
2000Establishment of SI-Traceable Reference Ranges for the Content of Varioius Elements in the IMEP-9 Water Sample.PAPADAKIS Ioannis; TAYLOR P.d.p.
2001Establishment of SI-Traceable Reference Values for the Content of Various Elements in the IMEP-14 Sediment Sample.PAPADAKIS Ioannis; VENDELBO Ellen; VAN NEVEL Lutgart; TAYLOR P.d.p.
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