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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
2009Recent Trends and Outlook of the Spanish Energy SystemNEMETH Gabriella; SZABO Laszlo; CISCAR MARTINEZ Juan Carlos; SORIA RAMIREZ Antonio
2006Recent Trends in Global Greenhouse Gas Emissions: Regional Trends 1970-2000 and Spatial Distribution of Key Sources in 2000VAN AARDENNE JOHN; DENTENER FRANCISCUS
2009Recognition and Weak Ties: Is There a Positive Effect of Postdoctoral Position on Academic Performance and Career Development?FERNÁNDEZ ZUBIETA ANA
2006The Recoil Proton Telescope in Non-coincidence Mode for Neutron Fluence MeasurementsLOEVESTAM GOERAN
2011Recommendations on methods for the detection and control of biological pollution in marine coastal watersVANDEKERKHOVE JOCHEN; OLENIN Sergej; ELLIOTT Michael; BYSVEEN Ingrid; CULVERHOUSE Phil F.; DAUNYS Darius; DUBELAAR George B.j.; GOLLASCH Stephan; GOULLETQUER Philippe; JELMERT Anders, et al
1995A Recommended Data Transfer Protocol for Isotope Mass Spectrometric Measurement DataMAYER Klaus; HANSEN Paul; TAYLOR P.d.p.; DE BIEVRE P.; PERRIN R.e.; FIEDLER R.; RODOP D.j.
2008Recommended Lists of Genotoxic and Non-genotoxic Chemicals for Assessment of the Performance of New or Improved Genotoxicity Tests: A Follow-up to an ECVAM WorkshopKIRKLAND David; KASPER Peter; MUELLER Lutz; CORVI RAFFAELLA; SPEIT Guenter
2014Recovery of actinides from actinide-aluminium alloys by chlorination: Part II.SOUCEK Pavel; CASSAYRE L.; ELOIRDI Rachel; MALMBECK Rikard; MEIER ROLAND; NOURRY Christophe; CLAUX BENOIT; GLATZ Jean-Paul
2005Recovery of Minor Actinides from HLLW Using the DIAMEX ProcessSERRANO PURROY DANIEL; BARON P.; CHRISTIANSEN BIRGIT; MALMBECK RIKARD; SOREL C.; GLATZ JEAN-PAUL
2005Recovery of Minor Actinides from HLLW Using the DIAMEX Process.SERRANO-PURROY D.; BARON D.; CHRISTIANSEN B.; MALMBECK R.; SOREL C.; GLATZ Jean-paul
2012Recovery of oil-pollutant from shipwrecks: DIFIS projectMAZARAKOS D.; ANDRITSOS Fivos; KOSTOPOULOS Vassilis
2010Recruitment Dynamics of the Gulf of Riga Herring Stock: Density-Dependent and Environmental EffectsRAID Tiit; KORNILOVS Georgs; LANKOV A.; NISUMAA A.-M.; SHPILEV H.; JAERVIK A.
2011Recurrence Networks: evolution and robustnessSTROZZI Fernanda; POLJANSEK Karmen; BONO Flavio; GUTIERREZ TENREIRO Eugenio; ZALDIVAR COMENGES Jose'
2007Recurrence Quantification Analysis and State Space Divergence Reconstruction for Financial Time Series AnalysisSTROZZI FERNANDA; ZALDIVAR COMENGES JOSE'; ZBILUT JOSEPH
2010Recurrence Quantification Analysis of Spontaneous Electrophysiological Activity during Development: Characterization of In Vitro Neuronal Networks Cultured on Multi Electrode Array ChipsNOVELLINO ANTONIO; ZALDIVAR COMENGES Jose'
2002Recurrence Quantification Based-Liapunov Exponents for Monitoring Divergence in Experimental Data.ZBILUT J. p.; ZALDIVAR J.m.; STROZZI Fernanda
1988Recycling and Shallow Land Burial as Goals for Fusion Reactor Materials DevelopmentPONTI Carlo
2007Recycling of Livestock Manure in a Whole-farm PerspectivePETERSEN S. O.; SOMMER S. G.; BÉLINE F.; BURTON C.; DACH J.; DOURMAD J.y.; LEIP ADRIAN; MISSELBROOK T.; NICHOLSON F.; POULSEN H.d., et al
2011Redefinition and global estimation of basal ecosystem respiration rateYUAN Wenping; LUO Yiqi; LI Xianglan; LIU Shuguang; YU Guirui; ZHOU Tao; BAHN Michael; BLACK Andy; DESAI Ankur R.; CESCATTI Alessandro, et al
1996Redox Reactions and Transport of Selenium through Fractured GraniteYLLERA DE LLANO Abel; BIDOGLIO Giovanni; AVOGADRO Alessandro; GIBSON Peter neil; RIVAS ROMERO P.
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