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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
2007Collection and Evaluation of (Q)SAR Models for Mutagenicity and CarcinogenicityNETZEVA TATIANA; WORTH ANDREW; BENIGNI Romualdo; BOSSA Cecilia
2012Combining Crop Models and Remote Sensing for Yield Prediction: Concepts, Applications and Challenges for Heterogeneous Smallholder EnvironmentsHOEFSLOOT Peter; INES Amor; VAN DAM Jos; DUVEILLER BOGDAN GRÉGORY HENRY E; KAYITAKIRE Francois; HANSEN James
2008Commentary and Worked Examples to EN 1993-1-10 "Material Toughness and Through Thickness Properties" and Other Toughness Oriented Rules in EN 1993SEDLACEK G.; FELDMANN M.; KÜHN B.; TSCHICKARDT D.; HÖHLER S.; MÜLLER C.; HENSEN W.; STRANGHÖNER N.; DAHL W.; LANGENBERG P., et al
2007Commentary and Worked Examples to EN 1993-1-5 "Plated Structural Elements"JOHANSSON Bernt; MAQUOI René; SEDLACEK Gerhard; MÜLLER Christian; BEG Darko; GERADIN MICHEL; PINTO VIEIRA ARTUR; DIMOVA Silvia
2012Commodity Market Development in Europe – Outlook Proceedings of the October 2012 WorkshopFELLMANN Thomas; HELAINE Sophie
2011Commodity Market Development in Europe – Outlook - Proceedings of the October 2011 WorkshopFELLMANN Thomas; HELAINE Sophie
2011Commodity Market Development in Europe – Outlook. Proceedings of the November 2010 WorkshopFELLMANN THOMAS; M'BAREK Robert; GAY Stephan
2008Commodity Modelling in an Enlarged Europe - November 2006 Workshop Proceedings - AGMEMOD Report VBARTOVA Lubica; M'BAREK ROBERT
2009The Common Agricultural Policy SIMulation (CAPSIM) Model: Dairy Reform and Western Balkan Countries Accession ScenariosWITZKE Heinz Peter; ZINTL Andrea; TONINI Axel
2008The Common Agricultural Policy SIMulation (CAPSIM) Model: Database for Agricultural Sector ModellingWITZKE Heinz Peter; TONINI Axel; ZINTL Andrea
2007The Common Agricultural Policy SIMulation (CAPSIM) Model: Structure and ApplicationsWITZKE HEINZ PETER; ZINTL Andrea; TONINI Axel; M'BAREK ROBERT; WITZKE Heinz Peter
2008Common Bio-physical Criteria to Define Natural Constraints for Agriculture in EuropeELIASSON Ase; VAN ORSHOVEN Jos; TERRES JEAN
2007Common Biophysical Criteria for Defining Areas which are Less Favourable for Agriculture in EuropeELIASSON ASE; TERRES JEAN; BAMPS CATHARINA
2009Community Reference Laboratory for Feed Additives - Annual Report Authorisation Activities 2008VON HOLST Christoph; YASAR Sulhattin; SIMONE Giuseppe; PETROVA Jaroslava; LEUSCHNER Renata; STAES Seppe; DE SMET Machteld; ROBOUCH Piotr
2010Community Reference Laboratory for Feed Additives - Annual Report, Authorisation Activities 2009VON HOLST Christoph; SIMONE Giuseppe; PETROVA Jaroslava; PINTO MARCOLINO GOMES CARLOS MAGNO; DROOGHMANS MARITTA; DE SMET Machteld; ROBOUCH Piotr
2008Community Reference Laboratory For Feed Additives Annual Report Authorisation Activities 2007VON HOLST CHRISTOPH; ROBOUCH PIOTR; SIMONE GIUSEPPE; LEUSCHNER RENATA; YASAR Sulhattin; GARALEVICIENE Dalia; STAES SEPPE; DE SMET MACHTELD
2007Community Reference Laboratory for Feed Additives Authorisation: Annual Report 2006VON HOLST CHRISTOPH; SIMONE GIUSEPPE; GARALEVICIENE DALIA; LEUSCHNER RENATA; YASAR Sulhattin; STAES SEPPE; DE SMET MACHTELD
2011Companies’ growth in the EU: What is research and innovation policy’s role?MONCADA PATERNO' CASTELLO Pietro
2012A Comparability Analysis of Global Burden Sharing GHG Reduction ScenariosCISCAR MARTINEZ Juan Carlos; SAVEYN Bert; SORIA RAMIREZ Antonio; SZABO Laszlo; VAN REGEMORTER Denise; VAN IERLAND Tom
1988Comparative Analysis of a Hypothetical Loss-of-Flow Accident in an Irradiated LMFBR Core Using Different Computer Models for a Common Benchmark Problem.NGUYEN Hung; VAN GOETHEM Goerges; LESLIE R.; ROYL P.; RUDGE T.; STRUWE D.; TENTNER A.m.; PIZZICA P.
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