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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
2014Mapping and analysing prospective technologies for learning – Results from a consultation with European stakeholders and roadmaps for policy actionACETO Stefania; BOROTIS Spiros; DEVINE Jim; FISCHER Thomas; KAMPYLIS PANAGIOTIS; PUNIE Yves
2014Mapping dietary prevention of cancer in the EU28: European National Cancer Plans and their coverage of dietary prevention of cancerEISENWAGEN SANDRA; LOURO CALDEIRA SANDRA
2010Mapping ERA-NETs across Europe: Overview of the ERA-NET Scheme and its ResultsELENA PÉREZ Susana
2003Mapping Foresight Competence in Europe. The EUROFORE Pilot Project.KEENAN Michael; SCAPOLO Fabiana; ZAPPACOSTA Mario
2011Mapping innovation in the European transport sector : An assessment of R&D efforts and priorities, institutional capacities, drivers and barriers to innovationWIESENTHAL Tobias; LEDUC Guillaume; CAZZOLA PIERPAOLO; SCHADE Wolfgang; KÖHLER Jonathan
2014Mapping of National School Food Policies across the EU28 plus Norway and SwitzerlandSTORCKSDIECK GENANNT BONSMANN STEFAN; KARDAKIS THERESE; WOLLGAST Jan; NELSON Michael; LOURO CALDEIRA SANDRA
2013Mapping of potential risk of ship strike with fin whales in the Western Mediterranean Sea. A scientific and technical review using the potential habitat of fin whales and the effective vessel densityVAES Tom; DRUON Jean-Noel
2003Mapping Radioactivity in the Environment. Spatial Interpolation Comparison 97.DUBOIS G.; MALCZEWSKI Jacek; DE CORT Marc jozef marie raymond
2013Mapping Soil Properties for Europe – Spatial Representation of Soil Database AttributesHIEDERER Roland
2013Mapping Soil Typologies - Spatial Decision Support Applied to the European Soil DatabaseHIEDERER Roland
2013Mapping the European ICT Poles of Excellence: The Atlas of ICT Activity in EuropeDE PRATO GIUDITTA; NEPELSKI DANIEL
2007Mapping the ICT in EU Regions: Location, Employment, Factors of Attractiveness and Economic ImpactBARRIOS SALVADOR; NAVAJAS CAWOOD Elena; MAS Matilde; QUESADA Javier
2007Marine and Coastal Features of the Red SeaBARALE VITTORIO
2011Marine Litter : Technical Recommendations for the Implementation of MSFD RequirementsPIHA HENNA EMILIA; HANKE Georg; GALGANI Francois; WERNER Stefanie; ALCARO Luigi; MATTIDI Marco; FLEET David; KAMIZOULIS George; MAES Thomas; OSTERBAAN Lex, et al
2002Marine Oil Pollution. Technologies and Methodologies for Detection and Early Warning.AL KHUDHAIRY D. h. a.
2010Marine Strategy Framework Directive - Task Group 8 Contaminants and Pollution EffectsLAW Robin; HANKE Georg; ANGELIDIS Michael; BATTY John; BIGNERT Anders; DACHS Jordi; DAVIES Ian; DENGA Yuriy; DUFFEK Anja; HERUT Barak, et al
2010Marine Strategy Framework Directive - Task Group 1 Report Biological DiversityCOCHRANE Sabine; CONNOR David; NILSSON Per; MITCHELL Ian; REKER Johnny; FRANCO Javier; VALAVANIS Vasilis; MONCHEVA Snejana; EKEBOM Jan; NYGAARD Kari, et al
2010Marine Strategy Framework Directive - Task Group 10 Report Marine LitterGALGANI Francois; FLEET David; VAN FRANEKER Jan A.; KATSANEVAKIS Stelios; MAES Thomas; MOUAT John; OOSTERBAAN Lex; POITOU Isabelle; HANKE Georg; THOMPSON Richard, et al
2010Marine Strategy Framework Directive - Task Group 11 Report Underwater Noise and Other Forms of EnergyTASKER Mark; AMUNDIN Mats; ANDRE Michel; HAWKINS Anthony; LANG William; MERCK Thomas; SCHOLIK-SCHLOMER Amy; TEILMANN Jonas; THOMSEN Frank; WERNER Stefanie, et al
2010Marine Strategy Framework Directive - Task Group 2 Non-indigenous SpeciesOLENIN Sergej; ALEMANY Francisco; CARDOSO Ana; GOLLASCH Stephan; GOULLETQUER Philippe; LEHTINIEMI Maiju; MCCOLLIN Tracy; MINCHIN Dan; MIOSSEC Laurence; OCCHIPINTI AMBROGI Anna, et al
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