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Handbook on Life Cycle Assessment
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In the utility sectors, public values such as affordability, safety, and protection of the environment, require safeguarding. In the last 15 years, most utilities have been either liberalized orExpand
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Performance measurement in the public sector: strategies to cope with the risks of performance measurement
Many public, professional organizations have introduced performance measurement systems in the belief that they will lead to a transparent organization, offering incentives for performance and ableExpand
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A preliminary zonation of the continental Neogene of Anatolia based on rodents
The inventory of one hundred and sixty rodent assemblages from Anatolia ranging in age from Late Oligocene to Early Pleistocene has resulted in an informal local zonation for the Neogene. The sixteenExpand
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A rodent assemblage from the Eo/Oligocene boundary interval near Süngülü, Lesser Caucasus, Turkey
espanolLa asociacion de roedores de Sungulu, que sera descrita a continuacion, contiene dos generos y especies de Ctenodactylidae, un genero y especie de Dipodidae y siete generos representando ochoExpand
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Small mammals from the Early Miocene of Sabuncubeli (Manisa, S.W. Anatolia, Turkey)
The assemblage of small mammals from Sabuncubeli is of special interest because: 1) it is the first from the Early Miocene of Anatolia that occurs associated with a set of large mammal remains, 2) itExpand
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Big data in the public sector: Uncertainties and readiness
We present an assessment framework for evaluating public organizations’ big data readiness in the Dutch public sector. Expand
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System and Actor Perspectives on Sociotechnical Systems
  • H. Bruijn, P. Herder
  • Computer Science
  • IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and…
  • 1 September 2009
This paper addresses the complexity of analyzing and designing sociotechnical systems: systems that involve both complex physical-technical systems and networks of interdependent actors. Expand
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A classification of the Gliridae (Rodentia) on the basis of dental morphology
Abstract The supra-familiar relationships of the Gliridae are discussed. The criterion used for subdividing the Gliridae is the morphology of the cheek teeth because this is the only character knownExpand
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