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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
2004The Scaling Law Relating World Point-Precipitation Records to Duration.GALMARINI Stefano; STEYN Dow, g.; AINSLIE Bruce
1999Scenario and Parametric Uncertainty in GESAMAC. A Methodological Study in Nuclear Waste Disposal Risk Assessment.DRAPER David; PEREIRA Antonio; PRADO Pedro; SALTELLI Andrea; CHEAL Ryan; EGUILIOR Sonsoles; MENDES Bruno; TARANTOLA Stefano
1994Scenarios for the Industrialization of the Western MediterraneanROJO Teresa
2011The Scherrer equation versus the ‘Debye–Scherrer equation’GIBSON Peter; HOLZWARTH Uwe
2010Science 2.0 (Change will happen....)BURGELMAN Jean-Claude; OSIMO David; BOGDANOWICZ Marc
2000Science and Governance in the European Union. A Contribution to the Debate.FUNTOWICZ Silvio o.; SHEPHERD Iain maxwe ll; WILKINSON David robert; RAVETZ Jerome r.
2011Science and Policy Challenges of Atmospheric Modelling in Consideration of Health EffectsSKOULOUDIS Andreas; KASSOMENOS Pavlos; NITIS Theodoros
2001Science and Technology for Health Care Systems in Europe.ZAPPACOSTA Mario; BUSSE Reinhard
2003Science and Technology Roadmapping: from Industry to Public Policy.DA COSTA Olivier; BODEN Mark; PUNIE Yves; ZAPPACOSTA Mario
2005Science and the Convention on Biological Diversity's 2010 Target.BALMFORD A.; BENNUN L.; TEN BRINK B.; COOPER D.; COTE I.; CRANE P.; DOBSON A.; DUDLEY N.; DUTTON I.; GREEN Rhys e., et al
2011Science for improving the monitoring and assessment of dryland degradationWINSLOW Mark; VOGT Juergen; THOMAS Richard; SOMMER Stefan; MARTIUS Christopher; AKHTAR-SCHUSTER Mariam
2001Science for the 21st Century: from Social Contract to the Scientific Core.GALLOPIN Gilberto c.; FUNTOWICZ Silvio o.; O'CONNOR Martin; RAVETZ Jerome r.
2011Science policy considerations for responsible nanotechnology decisionsMORRIS Jeff; WILLIS Jim; DE MARTINIS Domenico; HANSEN Bjorn; LAURSEN Henrik; RIEGO SINTES Juan; KEARNS Peter; GONZALEZ Mar
2005Science-Policy Integration Needs in Support of the Implementation of the EU Water Framework DirectiveQUEVAUVILLER Philippe; BALANANIS P.; FRAGAKIS Christos; WEYDERT Marco; OLIVER Michael; KASCHL Arno; KROLL ADELINE; GALBIATI Lorenzo; ZALDIVAR COMENGES JOSE'; BIDOGLIO GIOVANNI
2005Science-policy Integration Needs in Support of the Implementation of the EU Water Framework DirectiveQUEVAUVILLER Philippe; BALABANIS Panagiotis; FRAGAKIS Christos; WEYDERT Marco; OLIVER Michael; KASCHL Arno; ARNOLD Geo; KROLL ADELINE; GALBIATI Lorenzo; ZALDIVAR COMENGES JOSE', et al
2013The Scientific Basis of the Nuclear Fuel CycleDEGUELDRE C.; Grimes Robin W.; RONDINELLA Vincenzo; POINSSOT C.; BOSBACH D.
2011Scientific concepts for an integrated analysis of desertificationREYNOLDS James; GRAINGER Alan; STAFFORD SMITH Mark; BASTIN Gary; GARCIA-BARRIOS L.; FERNANDEZ R. J.; JANSSEN M. A.; JURGENS N.; SCHOLES Robert; VELDKAMP A., et al
2009Scientific Validation of European Common Boundaries Set During the WFD Intercalibration Exercise by Means of an International Dataset on Benthic Invertebrate CommunitiesERBA Stefania; BALESTRINI R.; CHRISTODOULIDES M.t.; FURSE M.t.; OFENBOECK Thomas; VAN DE BUND Wouter; WASSON Jean-Gabriel; BUFFAGNI Andrea
1995Scientific Validation. A Crucial and Unavoidable Prerequisite to the Acceptability of New Tests and Testing StrategiesBALLS Michael
2013Scientific Workshop on Nuclear Fission Dynamics and the Emission of Prompt Neutrons and Gamma Rays, Biarritz, France, 28-30 November 2012HAMBSCH Franz-Josef
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