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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
1997Behaviour of UO2 towards Other Solid and Gaseous Non Metals.BICKEL Michael
1997The BEMA Project. Fluxes of Biogenic VOC from Mediterranean Vegetation by Trap Enrichment Relaxed Eddy Accumulation.GRECO S.; BERTIN Nadia; HANSEN Ute; CICCIOLI Paolo; CECINATO A.; BRANCALEONI E.; FRATTONI Massimiliano
1997The BEMA-Project. An Overveiw of the Castelporziano Experiments.CICCIOLI Paolo; DLUGI R.; FOSTER P.; HEWITT C.n.; KESSELMEIER J.; KOTZIAS Dimitrios; LENZ R.; MANES Fausto; PEREZ PASTOR R.; STEINBRECHER Rainer, et al
1997The BEMA-Project. Biogenic Emissions and CO2 Gas Exchange Investigated on Four Mediterranean Shrubs.HANSEN Ute; VAN EIJK Jacob; BERTIN Nadia; STAUDT Michael; KOTZIAS Dimitrios; FUGIT J.-l.; CECINATO A.; BRANCALEONI E.; CICCIOLI Paolo; BOMBOI MINGARRO M.t.
1997The BEMA-Project. Biogenic Emissions from the Mediterranean Pseudosteppe Ecosystem Present at Castelporziano.CICCIOLI Paolo; FABOZZI Concetta; BRANCALEONI E.; CECINATO A.; FRATTONI Massimiliano; KOTZIAS Dimitrios; FOSTER Panayotis; STEINBRECHER Rainer
1997The BEMA-Project. Diurnal and Seasonal Course of Monoterpene Emissions by Quercus olex I. under Natural Conditions. Application of Light and Temperature Algorithms.BERTIN Nadia; STAUDT Michael; HANSEN Ute; CICCIOLI Paolo; FOSTER Panayotis; FUGIT J.-l.
1997The BEMA-Project. Ecophysiological Studies of Mediterranean Plant Species at the Castelporziano Estate.MANES Fausto; VITALE Marcello
1997The BEMA-Project. General Methods Used during the Castelporziano Campaigns.ENDERS Gerhard; KOTZIAS Dimitrios
1997The BEMA-Project. Scaling-up the Biogenic Emissions from Test Sites at Castelporziano.LENZ R.; FORSTER Eva-maria; SELIGE Thomas
1997The BEMA-Project. Seasonal and Diurnal Patterns of Monoterpene Emissions from Pinus pinea L. (it.) under Field Conditions.STAUDT Michael; BERTIN Nadia; HANSEN Ute; CICCIOLI Paolo; FOSTER P.; FUGIT J.-l.
2001Benchmark Exercise on Expert Judgement Techniques in PSA Level 2.COJAZZI Giacomo giovanni mariano; GRASSINI Germano; FOGLI Daniela; DE GELDER P.; GRYFFROY D.; BOLADO Ricardo; HOFER E.; VIROLAINEN R.; COE I.m.; BASSANELLI A., et al
2011Benchmark Exercise on Risk Assessment Methods Applied to a Virtual Hydrogen Refuelling StationHAM Koos; MARANGON Alessia; MIDDHA Prankul; VERSLOOT Nico; ROSMULLER Nils; CARCASSI Marco; HANSEN Olav; SCHIAVETTI Martino; PAPANIKOLAOU Efi; VENETSANOS Alexander, et al
2007Benchmark Study on Fuel Bundle Degradation in the FPT3 Phebus Test Using the Severe Accident Codes Athlet-CD, ICARE2 and MELCORTOTH BELA; MUELLER Klaus; BIRCHLEY Jon; WADA Hozumi; JAMOND Claude; TRAMBAUER Klaus
2010Benchmark Study on Fuel Bundle Degradation in the PHEBUS FPT2 Test Using State-of-the-Art Severe Accident Analysis CodesTOTH Bela; BIELIAUSKAS ARUNAS; BANDINI G.; BIRCHLEY J.; WADA H; HOHORST J; JAMOND Claude; TRAMBAUER Klaus
2010A Benchmark Study on Risk-Informed In-Service Inspection Methodologies (RISMET)GANDOSSI Luca; SIMOLA Kaisa; STEVENSON Paul; O'REGAN Patrick; LYDELL Bengt; HULTQVIST Göran; LEIJON Anders; ENGER Krister
2012Benchmark testing of algorithms for very robust regression: FS, LMS and LTSTORTI Francesca; PERROTTA Domenico; ATKINSON Anthony C.; RIANI Marco
2009Benchmarking on the Evaluation of Major Accident related Risk AssessmentFABBRI LUCIANO; CONTINI SERGIO
2012The benefit from reduced energy import bills and the importance of energy prices in GHG reduction scenariosDOWLING PAUL; RUSS Hans Peter
2008The Benefit of High-Resolution Operational Weather Forecasts for Flash Flood WarningYOUNIS Jalal; ANQUETIN Sandrine; THIELEN DEL POZO Jutta
2008The Benefit Of High-Resolution Operational Weather Forecasts For Flash Flood WarningYOUNIS JALAL; ANQUETIN Sandrine; THIELEN DEL POZO JUTTA
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