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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
2007Charpy Impact and Barkhausen Magnetic Noise Testing of Realistic Welds with Parametric Variation of Ni, Si, Cr and Mn ContentDEGMOVA JARMILA; RITO-DE-ABREU DUARTE; HEFTRICH THEO; CHANTRAINE HUGUES; DEBARBERIS LUIGI
2005Chemical Categories and Read AcrossTIER GRACE
2011Chemical elements in Ascomycetes and Basidiomycetes - The reference mushrooms as instruments for investigating bioindication and biodiversitySENA Fabrizio; CENCI R.m.; COCCHI Luigi; PETRINI Orlando; SINISCALCO Carmine; VESCOVI Luciano
2007Chemical Similarity and Threshold of Toxicological Concern (TTC) Approaches: Report of an ECB Workshop held in Ispra, November 2005TIER GRACE; GALLEGOS SALINER Ana; PAVAN MANUELA; WORTH ANDREW; BENIGNI Romualdo; APTULA Aynur; BASSAN Arianna; BOSSA Cecilia; FALK-FILIPSSON Agneta; GILLET Val, et al
1992Chemical, Microbiological, Health and Comfort Aspects of Indoor Air Quality. State of the Art in SBS. EUROCOURSE, 23-27 March 1992, Ispra (Italy)KNOEPPEL Helmut
1994Chemistry of Acquatic Systems. Local and Global Perspectives. Eurocourse, Ispra, 27september - 1 October 1993BIDOGLIO Giovanni; STUMM W.
2008Chemometric Modelling and Remote Sensing of Arable Land Soil Organic Carbon as Mediterranean Land Degradation Indicator - A Case Study in Southern ItalyBOETTCHER Kristin; KEMPER Thomas; MACHWITZ Miriam; MEHL Wolfgang; SOMMER Stefan
1988Chernobyl Radioactivity in Grain Produced in Greece in 1986DOMINICI Guido; MALVICINI Alessandro; PANETSOS Fivos
1989Chernobyl, a Year AfterDOMINICI Guido; MALVICINI Alessandro; CAZZANIGA Renato; SANGALLI Edoardo
2012Choice of steel material for bridge bearings to avoid brittle fractureFELDMANN M.; EICHLER B.; SEDLACEK G.; DAHL W.; LANGERBERG P.; BUTZ C.; LEENDERTZ H.; HANSWILLE G.; PINTO VIEIRA Artur; ATHANASOPOULOU ADAMANTIA, et al
2012Choice of Steel Material to Avoid Brittle Fracture for Hollow Section StructuresFELDMANN Markus; EICHLER B.; KÜHN B.; STRANGHÖNER N.; DAHL W.; LANGENBERG P.; KOUHI J.; POPE R.; SEDLACEK Gerhard; RITAKALLIO P., et al
2007CID Survey Report Satellite Imagery and Associated Services used by the JRC. Current Status and Future NeedsAASTRAND PAER; BURGER ARMIN; HASENOHR PAUL; LOEKKEMYHR PER
2014Citizen Science and Smart CitiesCRAGLIA Massimo; GRANELL CANUT CARLOS
2013A classification of European NUTS3 regionsRAGGI Meri; MARY SÉBASTIEN; SANTINI Fabien; GOMEZ Y PALOMA Sergio
2007Classification of Phthalates According to Their (Q)SAR Predicted Acute Toxicity to Fish: A Case Study.NETZEVA TATIANA; WORTH ANDREW
2010Climate and Air Quality Impacts of Combined Climate Change and Air Pollution Policy ScenariosVAN AARDENNE John; DENTENER Franciscus; VAN DINGENEN Rita; JANSSENS-MAENHOUT Greet; MARMER Elina; VIGNATI Elisabetta; RUSS Hans Peter; SZABO Laszlo; RAES Frank
2010Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation Strategies already in practice based on the 1st River Basin Management Plans of the EU Member StatesNOGES Tiina; NOGES Peeter; CARDOSO Ana
2009Climate change impacts in Europe. Final report of the PESETA research projectCISCAR MARTINEZ Juan Carlos
2005Climate Change Research at JRC in Support of EU Policy MakingRAES FRANK
2014Climate Impacts in Europe. The JRC PESETA II ProjectCISCAR MARTINEZ Juan Carlos; FEYEN Luc; SORIA RAMIREZ Antonio; LAVALLE Carlo; RAES Frank; PERRY Miles; NEMRY Francoise; DEMIREL HANDE; RÓZSAI MÁTÉ; DOSIO Alessandro, et al
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