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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
2009Overcoming Barriers to Validation of Non-animal Partial Replacement Methods/Integrated Testing Strategies: The Report of an EPAA-ECVAM Workshop.KINSNER-OVASKAINEN Agnieszka; AKKAN Zerin; CASATI Silvia; COECKE Sandra; CORVI Raffaella; DAL NEGRO Gianni; DE BRUIJN Jack; DE SILVA Odile; GRIBALDO Laura; GRIESINGER Claudius, et al
2001Overcoming Non-Admissibility in ARIMA Model Based Signal Extraction.FIORENTINI Gabriele; PLANAS Christophe
2009Overcoming Semantic Heterogeneity in Spatial Data InfrastructuresLUTZ MICHAEL; SPRADO J.; KLIEN Eva; SCHUBERT Chris; CHRIST Ingrid
2014Overview and progress in the European project: “Supercritical Water Reactor – Fuel Qualification Test”RUZICKOVA M.; SCHULENBERG T.; VISSER D.; NOVOTNY Radek; KISS A.; MARACZY C.; TOIVONEN Aki
2005Overview of Acrylamide Monitoring DatabaseLINEBACK David; WENZL THOMAS; OSTERMANN OLE PETER; DE LA CALLE GUNTINAS MARIA BEATRIZ; ANKLAM ELKE; TAEYMANS Dominique
2011Overview of eutrophication indicators to assess environmental status within the European Marine Strategy Framework DirectiveFERREIRA Joao; ANDERSEN Jesper H.; BORJA Angel; BRICKER Suzanne; CAMP Jordi; CARDOSO DA SILVA Margarida; GARCES Esther; HEISKANEN Ana-stiina; HUMBORG Christoph; IGNATIADES Lydia, et al
2009Overview of Past and Current Activities On fuels for Fast Reactors at the Institute for Transuranium ElementsFERNANDEZ CARRETERO Asuncion; MCGINLEY John; SOMERS Joseph; WALTER Marcus
2009Overview of past and current activities on fuels for fast reactors at the Institute for Transuranium ElementsFERNANDEZ CARRETERO Asuncion; MCGINLEY John; SOMERS Joseph; WALTER M.
2011An overview of seismic testing needs in Europe: towards a new advanced experimental facilityMARAZZI FRANCESCO; POLITOPOULOS Ioannis; PAVESE Alberto
2012Overview of sun photometer measurements of aerosol properties in Scandinavia and SvalbardTOLEDANO C; CACHORRO V; GAUSA M; STEBEL K; AALTONEN V; BERJÓN A; ORTIZ DE GALISTEO J; DE FRUTOS A; BENNOUNA Y; BLINDHEIM S, et al
2012An overview of TACIS and PHARE nuclear safety projects related to thermalhydraulicsPLA FREIXA PATRICIA; FARRAR Brian; DUCHAC Alexander; BIETH Michel
2003An Overview of Tests for Animal Tissues in Animal Feeds Applied in Response to Public Health Concerns Regarding Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy.GIZZI G.; VAN RAAMSDONK L.w.d.; BAETEN V.; MURRAY I.; BERBEN G.; BRAMBILLA Gianfranco; VON HOLST Christoph
2005Overview of the Acrylamide Monitoring Database.LINEBACK D.; WENZL T.; OSTERMANN Ole; DE LA CALLE Beatriz; ANKLAM Elke; TAEYMANS D.
2013An overview of the behaviour of biomass during combustion: Part I. Phase-mineral transformations of organic and inorganic matterVASSILEV Stanislav; BAXTER David; VASSILEVA Christina
2014An overview of the behaviour of biomass during combustion: Part II. Ash fusion and ash formation mechanisms of biomass typesVASSILEV Stanislav; BAXTER David; VASSILEVA Christina
2011An Overview of the Biomass Resource Potential of Norway for Bioenergy UseSCARLAT NICOLAE; DALLEMAND Jean-Francois; SKJELHAUGEN Odd Jarle; ASPLUND Dan; LARS Nesheim
2010An Overview of the Chemical Composition of BiomassVASSILEV Stanislav; BAXTER David; ANDERSEN Lars; VASSILEVA Christina
2013An overview of the composition and application of biomass ash. Part 1. Phase-mineral and chemical composition and classificationVASSILEV Stanislav; BAXTER David; ANDERSEN Lars; VASSILEVA Christina
2013An overview of the composition and application of biomass ash. Part 2. Potential utilisation, technological and ecological advantages and challengesVASSILEV Stanislav; BAXTER David; ANDERSEN Lars; VASSILEVA Christina
1994An Overview of the Main Institutions Active in Italy in the Environmental FieldFACCHETTI Sergio
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