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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
2013Goodness of fit function in the frequency domain for robust calibration of microscopic traffic flow modelsPUNZO VINCENZO; MONTANINO Marcello; CIUFFO BIAGIO
2012Goods, Services And Sensitivity Of European Marine Biotopes: Building On The EUNIS Database With A View To Facilitating Marine Spatial ManagementSALOMIDI Maria; KATSANEVAKIS STYLIANOS MARIOS; BORJA Angel; BRAECKMAN Ulrike; DAMALAS DIMITRIOS; GALPARSORO Ibon; MIFSUD Roberta; MIRTO Simone; PASCUAL Marta; PIPITONE Carlo, et al
2007Granulation and Infiltration Process for Minor Actinide Fuels, Targets and Conditioning MatricesNAESTREN Catharina; FERNANDEZ CARRETERO ASUNCION; HAAS DIDIER; SOMERS JOSEPH; WALTER Marcus
1996Grazing-Incidence X-Ray Magnetic Scattering Studies of UO2(001) SurfacesWATSON G.m.; GIBBS Doon; LANDER Gerard heath; MATZKE Hj.; GAULIN B.d.; BERMAN L.e.; ELLIS W.p.
2006GreenLight, Motor Challenge and GreenBuilding as Opportunities for ESCO ProjectsBERTOLDI PAOLO
2009Grid Connection of Large Wind Power Plants - a European OverviewCIUPULIGA Ana Roxana; GIBESCU Madeleine; FULLI Gianluca; L'ABBATE Angelo; KLING Wil
2009Grid-based Solutions for Computing Large Scale Economic Optimisation Problems Using VirtualisationALBA SANCHEZ Jose; PEREZ DOMINGUEZ Ignacio; DIAZ CORCHERO Miguel Angel; MINGHINI Luca
2007Ground Based SAR and Terrestrial Laser Scanner Data for the Analysis of the Formigal Landslide; the GALAHAD Project Test Site in the Spanish PyreneesHERRERA Gerardo; PONCE DE LEON Diana; MULAS Joaquin; LLORENTE Miguel; HERVAS DE DIEGO FRANCISCO; NOFERINI Linhsia; MECATTI Daniele; MACALUSO Giovanni; TAMBURINI Andrea; FEDERICI Paolo
2003A Ground-Based Interferometer for the Safety Monitoring Of Landslides and Structural DeformationsANTONELLO GIUSEPPE; CASAGLI Nicola; FARINA Paolo; FORTUNY GUASCH JOAQUIM; LEVA Davide; NICO Giovanni; SIEBER ALOIS; TARCHI DARIO
2004Ground-Based SAR Interferometry for Updating DTMs in Landslide Areas and Evaluating Morphological ChangesANTONELLO GIUSEPPE; FORTUNY GUASCH JOAQUIM; LEVA Davide; NICO Giovanni; TARCHI DARIO
2008Growth Mechanisms of Interstitial Loops in Alpha-doped UO2 SamplesJONNET J.; VAN UFFELEN PAUL; WISS THIERRY; STAICU DRAGOS; REMY B.; REST J.
2013Guidelines for health-based ventilation in EuropeWARGOCKI Pawel; CARRER Paolo; DE OLIVEIRA FERNANDES Edurado; HANNINEN Otto; KEPHALOPOULOS Stylianos
2010Guidelines for optimal estimation of correlation ratios based on Monte Carlo simulation of computer codesBOLADO LAVIN Ricardo; PLISCHKE Elmar; TARANTOLA Stefano; BADEA Anca
2012Guidelines for the selection of appropriate remote sensing technologies for landslide detection, monitoring and rapid mapping: the experience of the SafeLand European Project.STUMPF A.; MALET J.-P.; KERLE N.; TOFANI V.; SEGONI S.; CASAGLI N.; MICHOUD C.; JABOYEDOFF M.; FORNARO G.; PEDUTO D., et al
1997H2-Methanol-CO2 Cycle: Storage of CO2 in Deep Marine Sediments Using Methanol as a H2 Transport Vector.SPETCH M.; BANDI Antonio enrico
2012Habitat Mapping Of Blue Shark In The Eastern Mediterranean Sea: Application Of Generalized Additive Models On Commercial Fishery By-CatchDAMALAS DIMITRIOS; MEGALOFONOU Persefoni
2010Haiti Earthquake of 12 January 2010: Field Damage Assessment, Data Collection and AnalysisTAUCER Fabio; CORBAN CHRISTINA; GERHARDINGER Andrea
2010Half-Life Measurement of 124SbPAEPEN Jan; ALTZITZOGLOU Timotheos; VAN AMMEL Raf; SIBBENS Goedele; POMME Stefaan
2006Half-life Measurement of 55FeVAN AMMEL RAF; POMME STEFAAN; SIBBENS GOEDELE
2014Half-life measurements of lutetium-176 using underground HPGe-detectorsHULT Mikael; VIDMAR Tim; ROSENGARD CHRISTIAN ULF; MARISSENS Gerd; LUTTER GUILLAUME; SAHIN Namik
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