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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
1997New Seveso Directive: Development of a New Philosophy in the Safety Management Systems in Hazardous Sites (Recognition of National, Local and Industrial Culture)PAPADAKIS Georgios; MOUZAKIS Georgios
2012A new solar radiation database for estimating PV performance in Europe and AfricaHULD Thomas; MUELLER Richard; GAMBARDELLA ATTILIO
2003A New SPOT4-VEGETATION Derived Land Cover Map of Northern Eurasia.BARTALEV S.; BELWARD Alan steven; ERSHOV Dimitry; ISAEV A.
2006New Strategies for Extraction and Clean-up of Persistent Organic Pollutants from Food and Feed Samples using Selective Pressurized Liquid ExtractionBJOERKLUND Erland; SPORRING Sune; WIBERG Karin; HAGLUND Peter; VON HOLST CHRISTOPH
2002New Strategies for the Screening and Determination of Aflatoxins and the Detection of Aflatoxin-Producing Moulds in Food and Feed.STROKA J.; ANKLAM Elke
2003New TACIS Regional Projects on Radiation Embrittlement and Integrity Assessment of WWER Reactor Pressure Vessels.BIETH Michel rene; RIEG Claude; AHLSTRAND R.
2009A New Tailored Scheme for the Support of Renewable Energies in Developing CountriesMONER GERONA Magda
2008New Techniques for High-temperature Melting Measurements in Volatile Refractory Materials via Laser Surface HeatingMANARA Dario; SHEINDLIN M.; HEINZ Wilhelm; RONCHI C.
2011New Temperature Monitoring Devices for High-temperature Irradiation Experiments in the High Flux Reactor PettenLAURIE Mathias; FUETTERER Michael; LAPETITE Jean-Marc; FOURREZ Stéphane; MORICE Ronan
2005A New Tool for Variable Multiple Endmember Spectral Mixture Analysis VMESMA.GARCIA HARO Javier; SOMMER Stefan rolf; KEMPER Thomas
2008A New, Global, Multi-annual (2000-2007) Burnt Area Product at 1 Km ResolutionTANSEY Kevin; GREGOIRE JEAN-MARIE; DEFOURNY Pierre; LEIGH Roland; PEKEL Jean-François; VAN BOGAERT Eric; BARTHOLOME' ETIENNE
2009Next Generation Fuel Irradiation Capability in the High Flux Reactor PettenFUETTERER Michael; D'AGATA Elio; LAURIE Mathias; MARMIER Alain; SCAFFIDI-ARGENTINA Francesco; RAISON Philippe; BAKKER Klaas; DE GROOT Sander; KLAASSEN Frodo
2009Next generation mobile network deployment strategiesRAMOS Sergio; FEIJÓO GONZÁLEZ Claudio; GOMEZ-BARROSO Jose-Luis
2012Next-generation Digital EarthGOODCHILD Michael; GUO Huadong; ANNONI Alessandro; BIAN Ling; DE BIE Kees; CAMPBELL Frederick; CRAGLIA Massimo; EHLERS Manfred; VAN GENDEREN John; JACKSON Davina, et al
2008Next-Generation Digital Earth - A Position Paper from the Vespucci Initiative for the Advancement of Geographic Information ScienceCRAGLIA Massimo; GOODCHILD Michael; ANNONI Alessandro; CAMARA Gilberto; GOULD Michael; KUHN Werner; MARK David; MASSER Ian; MAGUIRE David; LIANG Steve, et al
2001Nickel, Cobalt and Chromium-Induced Cytotoxicity and Intracellular Accumulation in Human HaCaT Keratinocytes.ERMOLLI Monica; MENNE' Charlotte; POZZI Giovanni; SERRA BELTRAN Miguel angel; CLERICI Libero antonio
2001Nickel-Induced Proteins in Human HaCaT Keratinocytes: Annexin II and Phosphoglycerate Kinase.ACEVEDO Fernando; SERRA BELTRAN Miguel angel; ERMOLLI Monica; CLERICI Libero antonio; VESTERBERG Olof
2003The Nitrate Aerosol Field over Europe: Simulations with an Atmospheric Chemistry-Transport Model of Intermediate Complexity.SCHAAP M.; VAN LOON M.; TEN BRINK H. m.; DENTENER Frank; BUILTJES P.
1991The Nitrate Radical: Physics, Chemistry and the AtmosphereRESTELLI Giambattista; WAYNE R.p.; BIGGS P.; BURROWS J.p.; CANOSA-MAS C.e.; LEBRAS G.
2007Nitrate-depleted Conditions on the Increase in Shallow Northern European LakesWEYHENMEYER GESA; JEPPESEN Erik; ADRIAN Rita; ARVOLA Lauri; BLENCKNER Thorsten; JANKOWSKI Thomas; JENNINGS Eleanor; NOGES PEETER; NOGES Tiina; STRAILE Dietmar
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