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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
2009Future Fossil Fuel Electricity Generation in Europe: Options and ConsequencesTZIMAS EVANGELOS; GEORGAKAKI ALIKI; PETEVES ESTATHIOS
2009Geological Disposal of Radioactive Waste - Moving Towards ImplementationFALCK WOLFGANG; NILSSON KARL-FREDRIK
2007Global Climate Policy Scenarios for 2030 and beyond - Analysis of Greenhouse Gas Emission Reduction Pathway Scenarios with the POLES and GEM-E3 ModelsRUSS HANS PETER; WIESENTHAL TOBIAS; VAN REGEMORTER Denise; CISCAR MARTINEZ JUAN CARLOS
2012Guidelines for conducting a cost-benefit analysis of Smart Grid projectsGIORDANO VINCENZO; ONYEJI Ijeoma; FULLI Gianluca; SANCHEZ JIMENEZ Manuel; FILIOU Constantina
2008Impacts of Europe's Changing Climate - 2008 Indicator Based AssessmentJOL André; ERHARD Markus; RAES Frank; VAN MINNEN Jelle; SWART Rob; SASTNY Pavel; VAN DINGENEN Rita; VOIGT Thomas; SANDER Gunnar; CHRISTIANSEN Trine, et al
2010Impacts of the EU Biofuel Target on Agricultural Markets and Land Use - A Comparative Modelling AssessmentBLANCO FONSECA Maria; BURRELL Alison; GAY Stephan; HENSELER MARTIN; KAVALLARI AIKATERINI; M'BAREK Robert; PÉREZ DOMÍNGUEZ Ignácio; TONINI Axel; BURRELL Alison
2012The International Reference Life Cycle Data System (ILCD) Handbook - Towards more sustainable production and consumption for a resource-efficient EuropeWOLF Marc-Andree; PANT Rana; CHOMKHAMSRI Kirana; SALA SERENELLA; PENNINGTON David
2009Liquefied Natural Gas for Europe - Some Important Issues for ConsiderationKAVALOV Boyan; PETRIC Hrvoje; GEORGAKAKI Aliki
2008Mapping R&D Investment by the European ICT Business SectorLINDMARK SVEN; TURLEA GEOMINA; ULBRICH MARTIN
2011New plant breeding techniques. State-of-the-art and prospects for commercial developmentLUSSER MARIA; PARISI CLAUDIA; PLAN DAMIEN; RODRIGUEZ CEREZO Emilio
2007A pan-European River and Catchment DatabaseVOGT JUERGEN; SOILLE PIERRE; DE JAGER ALFRED; RIMAVICIUTE ERIKA; MEHL WOLFGANG; FOISNEAU Stéphanie; BODIS KATALIN; DUSART JEAN; PARACCHINI MARIA-LUISA; HAASTRUP PALLE, et al
2013Partial stochastic analysis with the European Commission's version of the AGLINK-COSIMO modelBURRELL Alison; NII-NAATE ZEBEDEE
2011Prioritisation of Research and Development for modelling the safe production, storage, delivery and use of hydrogen.BARALDI Daniele; PAPANIKOLAOU EFTHYMIA; HEITSCH Matthias; MORETTO Pietro; CANT Stewart; ROEKAERTS Dirk; DOROFEEV Sergey; KOTCHOURKO Alexei; MIDDHA Prankul; TCHOUVELEV Andrej, et al
2013Progress in the Management of Contaminated Sites in EuropeVAN LIEDEKERKE Marc; PROKOP Gundula; RABL-BERGER Sabine; KIBBLEWHITE Mark; LOUWAGIE Geertrui
2009R&D Investment in the Priority Technologies of the European Strategic Energy Technology PlanWIESENTHAL Tobias; LEDUC Guillaume; SCHWARZ Hans-Guenther; HAEGEMAN Karel
2010Regulating Air Emissions from Ships: The State of the Art on Methodologies, Technologies and Policy OptionsMIOLA Apollonia; CIUFFO BIAGIO; GIOVINE EMILIANO; MARRA Marleen
2012Requirements on measurements for the implementation of the European Commission definition of the term 'nanomaterial'LINSINGER Thomas; ROEBBEN Gert; GILLILAND Douglas; CALZOLAI LUIGI; ROSSI Francois; GIBSON Peter; KLEIN Christoph
2012Risk Assessment Report 2-ETHOXYETHYL ACETATEPAYA PEREZ Ana; ASCHBERGER KARIN; OLSSON Heidi; VEGRO Stefania; PAKALIN Sazan
2009Risk Management and Agricultural Insurance Schemes in EuropeBIELZA DIAZ-CANEJA Maria; CONTE Costanza; DITTMANN Christoph; GALLEGO PINILLA Francisco; STROBLMAIR Josef; CATENARO Remo
2008Scientific and Technical Contribution to the Development of an Overall Health Strategy in the Area of GMOsQUERCI Maddalena; KLETER Gijs; MALINGREAU Jean-Paul; BROLL Hermann; VAN DEN EEDE Guy
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