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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
1997Envelope Analysis of Post-Accidental Thermal Transients for ITERANDRITSOS Fivos; SARIGIANNIS Dimosthenis; DAVERIO Luca
2012ENVIFOOD Protocol: launch of the collectively-agreed sectorial methodology for assessing the environmental performance of food and drink products in EuropeDE CAMILLIS CAMILLO; BLIGNY Jean-Christophe; PENNINGTON David; PÁLYI Balázs; BAUER Christian; SCHENKER Urs; KING Henry; LUNDQUIST Lars; MARTIN Nicolas; UNGER Nicole, et al
2008Environmental Dynamics and Trends in the Mediterranean Sea: A satellite ViewBARALE Vittorio
2011Environmental Information Systems on the Internet: A Need for ChangeSCHADE SVEN; FOGARTY Barbara; KOBERNUS Michael; SCHLEIDT Katharina; GAUGHAN Paul; MAZZETTI Paolo; BERRE Arne J.
2013Environmental labelling of absorbent hygiene products: insights and preliminary outcomes from the EU Ecolabel criteria development processCORDELLA MAURO; BAUER Iris; LEHMANN Anja; SCHULZ Matthias; WOLF Oliver
2012Environmental sustainability assessment of a short wood supply chainMIRABELLA Nadia; CASTELLANI Valentina; SALA SERENELLA
2010Envisioning Digital Europe 2030: Scenario Design on ICT for Governance and Policy ModellingMISURACA GIANLUCA; BROSTER David; CENTENO MEDIAVILLA Isabel Clara
2008Epidemiological Modelling, Surveillance and Web-Based Information Systems: Tools for Public Health Decision MakingSTILIANAKIS NIKOLAOS; WEBER THOMAS
1996EPMA and Mass Spectrometry of Soil and Grass Containing Radioactivity from the Nuclear Accident at ChernobylLEFEVRE Odile; BETTI Maria; KOCH Lothar winfried
2000EPMA of Melted UO2 Fuel Rods Irradiated to a Burn-up of 23 GWd/tU.BOTTOMLEY Paul david william; BREMIER Stephane; GLATZ Jean paul; WALKER Clive thomas
1989Equilibrium and Kinetic Controls on the Subsurface Migration of Radioactive ContaminantsBIDOGLIO Giovanni; AVOGADRO Alessandro
1999Equivalence in Radionuclide Metrology.WOODS M.j.; REHER Dietmar fried rich georg; RATEL G.
2014Equivalence of computer codes for calculation of coincidence summing correction factorsVIDMAR Tim; CAPOGNI M.; HULT Mikael; HURTADO S.; KASTLANDER J.; LUTTER GUILLAUME; LEPY M.-C.; MARTINKOVIC J.; RAMEBÄCK Henrik; SIMA O., et al
2008Equivalences between Mimo and Physical/Synthetic Radar Arrays and its Implications in the Selection of Imaging AlgorithmsFORTUNY GUASCH Joaquim; MARTINEZ-VAZQUEZ Alberto; MENDEZ DOMINGUEZ Elias
2005Ergebnisse einer Doppelt Geblindeten Untersuchung zur Akzeptanz von Flaechendesinfektionsmitteln in Unterschiedlichen Bereichen eines GrossklinikumsSTRICKLER Alexander; ZUR NIEDEN Anja; STILIANAKIS NIKOLAOS; GLADISCH-SCHNEIDER Gabriele; EIKMANN Thomas; HERR Caroline
2012Error study of a hybrid testing system of structures through a state-space modelMOLINA RUIZ Francisco Javier; BOSI Anna; PEGON Pierre; MAGONETTE GEORGES; PINTO VIEIRA Artur
2007Erythemal Monthly Radiation Maps over Europe by Spatial Interpolation of Station DataVERDEBOUT JEAN
2010The ESARDA Working Group on Containment and Surveillance: Activities and achievementsGONCALVES Joao; FUNK Pierre; RICHTER Bernd
2013ESCOs for residential buildings: market situation in the European Union and policy recommendationsIRREK Wolfgang; LABANCA NICOLA; BERTOLDI PAOLO; SUERKEMPER Felix
2012Establishing a reference carbon calculator and policy options to promote low carbon farming practices in the EUTUOMISTO HANNA LEENA; ANGILERI Vincenzo; DE CAMILLIS CAMILLO; LEIP Adrian; PELLETIER NATHANIEL; RAMOS Fabien; HAASTRUP Palle
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