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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
2011Improvements in Routine Uranium Isotope Ratio Measurements Using the Modified Total Evaporation Method for Multi-Collector Thermal Ionization Mass SpectrometryRICHTER Stephan; KUEHN Heinz; AREGBE Yetunde; HEDBERG Magnus; HORTA DOMENECH Joan; MAYER Klaus; ZULEGER Evelyn; BÜRGER S.; BOULYGA S.; KÖPF A., et al
2011Improving animal welfare and reducing animal use for veterinary vaccine potency testing: state of the science and future directionsSTOKES William; BROWN Karen; KULPA-EDDY Jodie; SRINIVAS Geetha; HALDER Maria; DRAAYER Hans; GALVIN Jeffrey; CLAASEN Ivo; GIFFORD Glen; WOODLAND Ralph, et al
1998Improving Consumer Protection. Support for Food Control.ANKLAM Elke; GILBERT John
1998Improving Explicit Time Integration by Modal Truncation Techniques.GUTIERREZ Eugenio; LOPEZ CELA Juan jose'
2012Improving map generalisation with new pruning heuristicsTAILLANDIER Patrick; GAFFURI JULIEN
2008Improving Metrology in Chemistry Infrastructure in Romania via IRMM-JRC-EC CollaborationDUTA Steluta; TAYLOR Philip; BOICIUC Dragos; IACOBESCU Fanel
1997Improving Modularity in Object-Oriented Finite Element ProgrammingDUBOIS-PELERIN Yves; PEGON Pierre
2011Improving pan-European hydrological simulation of extreme events through statistical bias correction of RCM-driven climate simulationsROJAS MUJICA RODRIGO FELIPE; FEYEN Luc; DOSIO Alessandro; BAVERA DAVIDE
2011Improving pan-European hydrological simulation of extreme events through statistical bias correction of RCM-driven climate simulationsROJAS MUJICA RODRIGO FELIPE; FEYEN Luc; DOSIO Alessandro; BAVERA DAVIDE
2009Improving Pharmacovigilance in Europe: TPMT Genotyping and Phenotyping in the UK and SpainGURWITZ David; RODRÍGUEZ-ANTONA Cristina; PAYNE Katherine; NEWMAN William; GISBERT Javier P.; GUTIÉRREZ DE MESA Emma; IBARRETA RUIZ Dolores
2013Improving the environmental performance of Bio-Waste management with Life Cycle Thinking (LCT) and Life Cycle Assessment (LCA)MANFREDI SIMONE; PANT Rana
2011Improving the evaluation of hydrological multi-model forecast performance in the Upper Danube CatchmentBOGNER Konrad; CLOKE Hannah; PAPPENBERGER Florian; DE ROO Arie; THIELEN DEL POZO Jutta
2011An imputation method for categorical variables with application to nonlinear principal component analysisFERRARI Pier Alda; ANNONI Paola; BARBIERO Alessandro; MANZI Giancarlo
2008In Field Tests of the EURITRACK Tagged Neutron Inspection SystemCARASCO Cedric; PEROT Bertrand; BERNARD S.; MARIANI A.; SZABO J-L; SANNIE G.; ROLL Th.; VALKOVIC V.; SUDAC D.; VIESTI G., et al
2005In Search of the Metrological Basis of Spectroscopic Measurements. A Thinkshop in Bled, Slovenia, 9 April 2001.MAJCEN Nineta; HELD Andrea; DE BIEVRE P.
2005In Situ Airborne Measurements of Aerosol Optical Properties During Photochemical Pollution EventsMALLET Marc; VAN DINGENEN RITA; ROGER Jean-Claude; DESPIAU Serge; CACHIER Helene
2012In situ determination of the remote sensing reflectance: an inter-comparisonZIBORDI Giuseppe; RUDDICK Kevin; ANSKO Ilmar; GERALD Moore; KRATZER S; ICELY John; REINART Anu
1996In Situ Gamma Spectroscopy of Spent Nuclear Fuel Using a CdTe Detector.ABBAS Kamel; NICOLAOU George
2008In Situ Measurements and Model Calculations of Primary Production in Turbid WatersARST Helgi; NOGES Tiina; NOGES PEETER; PAAVEL Birgot
2011In Situ Strain Measurement in the Chip Formation Zone during Orthogonal CuttingUHLMANN E.; GERSTENBERGER R.; HERTER S.; HOGHÉ T.; REIMERS W.; CAMIN B.; MARTINS Rene; SCHREYER A.; FISCHER T.
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