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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
2013Four-dimensional distribution of the 2010 Eyjafjallajokull volcanic cloud over Europe observed by EARLINETPAPPALARDO G.; MONA L.; D'AMICO G.; WANDINGER U.; ADAM Mariana; AMODEO A.; ANSMANN A.; APITULEY Arnoud; ALADOS ARBOLEDAS L.; BALIS D., et al
2008Four-Dimensional Variational Data Assimilation for Inverse Modelling of Atmospheric Methane Emissions: Analysis of SCIAMACHY ObservationsMEIRINK Jan Fokke; BERGAMASCHI PETER; FRANKENBERG. C.; D"AMELIO Monica; DLUGOKENCKY Edward; GATTI Luciana; HOUWELING Sander; MILLER John; ROECKMANN Thomas; VILLANI MARIA GABRIELLA, et al
2008Four-Dimensional Variational Data Assimilation for Inverse Modelling of Atmospheric Methane Emissions: Method and Comparison with Synthesis InversionMEIRINK Jan Fokke; BERGAMASCHI PETER; KROL Maarten
2002Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy and Chemometrics as a Tool for the Rapid Detection of Other Vegetable Fats Mixed in Cocoa Butter.GOODACRE Royston; ANKLAM Elke
1987A Fourier Transform Infrared Study of the Rate Constant of the Homogeneous Gas-Phase Reaction N2 O5+ H2 O and Determination of Absolute Infrared Band Intensities of N2 O5 and HNO3RESTELLI Giambattista; CAPPELLANI Francesco; OTTOBRINI Giuseppe
2013The fourth radiation transfer model intercomparison (RAMI-IV): Proficiency testing of canopy reflectance models with ISO-13528WIDLOWSKI Jean-Luc; PINTY Bernard; LOPATKA MACIEJ; ATZBERGER Clement; BUZICA Daniela; CHELLE Michael; DISNEY Mathias; GASTELLU-ETCHEGORRY Jean-Philippe; GERBOLES Michel; GOBRON Nadine, et al
2004Fractal Analysis of High Burn-up Structures in UO2.ANTONIOU I.; IVANOV V.v.; KOSTENKO B.f.; SPINO Jose luis; STALIOS A.d.
1993Fraction Collection after an Optimized MECC Separation of Nucleic Acid ConstituentsMONTANARELLA Luca; DI BIASE Sebastiano
2010Fraction of Absorbed Photosynthetically Active Radiation (FAPAR)GOBRON Nadine; KNORR Wolfgang; BELWARD Alan; PINTY Bernard
2011Fraction of absorbed photosynthetically active radiation (FAPAR) [in 'State of the Climate in 2010']GOBRON Nadine; BELWARD Alan
2013Fraction of Absorbed Photosynthetically Active Radiation (FAPAR) dynamicsGOBRON Nadine
1998Fractional Packing Densities and Fast Diffusion in Uranium and other Light Actinides.BLANK Hubert
1990A Fractional-Step Taylor-Galerkin Method for Unsteady Incompressible FlowsLAVAL Huguette; QUARTAPELLE Luigi
2005Fractionated Locoregional Low-Dose Radioimmunotherapy Improves Survival in a Mouse Model of Diffuse Type Gastric Cancer Using A 213BI-conjugated Monoclonal AntibodyBLOECHEL S.; BECK R.; SEIDL C.; MORGENSTERN ALFRED; SCHWAIGER M.; SENEKOWITSCH-SCHMIDTKE R.
1999Fractographic Failure Analysis of Advanced Structural Ceramics.DUSZA Jan; STEEN Marc pierr e gregoire
1996Fracture Toughness Calibration of the Si3N4/Fe Joint System. A Parametric StudySTAMOS Vassilis; PETEVES Stathis dimitris; KOSTOPOULOS Vassilis
1999Fracture Toughness of Solicon Nitride/Silicon Carbide Nanocomposite at 1350°C.DUSZA Jan; SAJGALIK Pavol; STEEN Marc pierr e gregoire
2011Fragment characteristics from fission of 238U and 234U induced by 6.5-9.0 MeV bremsstrahlungGOEOEK A.; CHERNYKH M.; ECKARDT C.; ENDERS J.; VON NEUMANN-COSEL P.; OBERSTEDT Andreas; OBERSTEDT Stephan; RICHTER A.
2001Fragmentation Pathways of Organoarsenical Compounds by Electrospray Ion Trap Multiple Mass Spectrometry (MS6).LARSEN Bo richter; ASTORGA LLORENS C0vadonga; FLORENCIO M.h.; BETTENCOURT A.h.
1997Fragments' Mass and Energy Characteristics in the Spontaneous Fission of 236-Pu, 238-Pu, 240-Pu, 242-Pu and 244-Pu.DEMATTE Luca; WAGEMANS Cyriel; BARTHELEMY Robert rene; D'HONT P.
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