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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
2007Measurements of Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Rice Cultivation in ItalySEUFERT GUENTHER; BOCCHI STEFANO; CONEN F.; LEIP ADRIAN
2009Measurements of Microscopic Data at GELINA in Support of DosimetryKOPECKY STEFAN; BORELLA ALESSANDRO; MIHAILESCU LIVIU; MOXON Michael; SCHILLEBEECKX PETER; MASSIMI C.; PORCELLI C.; TRKOV Andrej
2008Measurements of the Branching Ratio of the 209Bi(n, gamma)210gBi/210mBi Reactions at GELINABORELLA Alessandro; BELGYA T.; BERTHOUMIEUX E.; COLONNA N.; DOMINGO-PARDO C.; DROHE Jean Claude; GUNSING Frank; MARRONE S.; MARTINEZ T.; MASSIMI C., et al
2012Measurements of the half-life of 214Po and 218Rn using digital electronicsSULIMAN GABRIEL; POMME Stefaan; MAROULI MARIA; VAN AMMEL Raf; JOBBAGY VIKTOR; PAEPEN Jan; STROH HEIKO; APOSTOLIDIS Christos; ABBAS Kamel; MORGENSTERN Alfred
2007Measurements of the Volume Scattering Function in a Coastal EnvironmentBERTHON JEAN-FRANCOIS; LEE MICHAEL; SHYBANOV Eugeny; ZIBORDI GIUSEPPE
2005Measurements of the Volume Scattering Function in the Northern Adriatic SeaBERTHON JEAN-FRANCOIS; LEE Michael
2011Measuring and Meta-measuring: In Search of New Pathways for Modelling Impacts of ICT-Enabled Services on the Information SocietyMISURACA GIANLUCA; ROSSEL Pierre
1997Measuring SI-Traceable Nitrate Values in Water Samples by a Primary Method of Measurement, Isotope Dilution Mass SpectrometryWOLFF J.-cl.; TAYLOR P.d.p.; DE BIEVRE P.
2013Measuring the Public Value of e‐Government: Trust in Measurement Processes or Processes of Building Trust?SAVOLDELLI Alberto; MISURACA GIANLUCA; CODAGNONE Cristiano
2009Meat and Milk Products in Europe: Impacts and ImprovementsWEIDEMA B.; HERMANSEN J.; EDER Peter
1998Mechanical Behaviour of Hi-Nicalon Fibre-Reinforced Si3N4 Matrix Composites under Monotonic and Fatigue Tensile LoadingOLIVIER Corinne; REYNAUD Pascal; ROUBY Dominique; VEYRET Jean-bernard; FANTOZZI Gilbert
2006Mechanical Characterization of Concrete at High Strain-rate by a Modified Hopkinson Bar: a Tool in Blast and Impact Structural Assessment and DesignCADONI Ezio; SOLOMOS GEORGE; ALBERTINI C.
1988Mechanical Effects of Simulated Plasma Disruptions in Cr-Ni and Cr-Mn Stainless SteelsPIATTI Giovanni
2004Mechanisms Involved in Renal Proximal Tubula Cell Damage Induced in vitro by Ochratoxin A.GENNARI Alessandra; PAZOS Patricia; BOVERI Monica; CALLAGHAN Robert; CASADO Juan; HARTUNG Thomas; PRIETO Pilar
2005Mechanistic Interpretation and Forecasting of Radiation Damage of High Ni RPV Materials DataDEBARBERIS LUIGI; ACOSTA IBORRA BEATRIZ; SEVINI FILIPPO; KRYUKOV A.; ZHURKO D.
1991MECOM, an Object-Oriented Approach to Marine Ecosystem ModellingKOHL Manfred; GABRIC A.; REALINI Giovanni
2011Media Monitoring of Public Health Threats with MedISysLINGE Jens; VERILE Marco; TANEV Hristo; ZAVARELLA Vanni; FUART Flavio; VAN DER GOOT Erik
2009Medical radioisotopes activation in the JRC cyclotron-driven INBARCA neutron activatorMACIOCCO L.; BUONO S.; ABBAS Kamel; COTOGNO Giulio; GIBSON Peter; SIMONELLI Federica; TAGZIRIA Hamid; BURGIO N.; SANTAGATA A; MERCURIO GIOVANNI, et al
2008MedISys: A Multilingual Media Monitoring Tool for Medical Intelligence and Early WarningSTEINBERGER RALF; FUART FLAVIO; POULIQUEN BRUNO; VAN DER GOOT ERIK
2008Mega-Electron-Volt Ion Loss Measurements in JET D-3He Plasmas Using Activation TechniqueBONHEURE Georges; WIESLANDER JOHANNA; HULT MIKAEL; GASPARRO JOEL; MARISSENS GERD; ARNOLD D.; LAUBENSTEIN M.; POPOVICHEV S.; MURARI A.; LENGAR I.
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