Publications

COST Action 854: Protozoal Reproduction Losses in Farm Ruminants - Annual Meeting

2005 | Action 854

Plant Regeneration via Suspension Culture Systems- Workshop on Somatic Embryogenesis, Artificial Seeds and Bioreactors

1996 | Action 822

Diseases and Disorders in Forest Nurseries - Activity Report 1992

1992 | Action 813

Conference on Carbon Acquisition in Marine Macroalgae

1999 | Action 49

European Consensus Document on OSA and Hypertension

2010 | Action B26

Conference on the Population Approach: Measuring and Managing Variability in Response, Concentration and Dose - Preliminary Programme

1997

Shore Based Maritime Navigation Aides Systems - Annual Report

1984 | Action 301

Submerged Landscapes of the European Continental Shelf: Quaternary Paleoenvironments

2017 | Action TD0902

COST Action 854: Protozoal Reproduction Losses in Farm Ruminants - Annual Meeting

2005 | Action 854
  • Pages: 73 pages
  • Author(s): Franz J. Conraths
  • Publisher(s): Paper & Tinta
  • ISBN/ISSN: 0043-5163

Proceedings of the COST Action 854 Annual Meeting on “Protozoals Reproduction Losses in Farm Ruminants & of the Conference on “Neospora and Neosporosis: Achievements and Perspectives”, which took place in Warsaw, Poland on 29 August – 2 September 2005.

European Consensus Document on OSA and Hypertension

2010 | Action B26
  • Author(s): G. Parati, C.Lombardi, J. Hedner, M.R. Bonsignore, L. Grote, R. Tkacova, P. Levy, R. Riha, C. Bassetti, M. Siccoli, K. Narkiewicz, V. Somers, G. Mancia and W. McNicholas
  • Publisher(s): Momento Medico
  • ISBN/ISSN: 88-8160-214-8

Consensus document on the management of patients with obstructive sleep apnea and hypertension. Joint recommendations by The European COST Action B26, The European Society of Hypertension and The European Respiratory Society.

Submerged Landscapes of the European Continental Shelf: Quaternary Paleoenvironments

2017 | Action TD0902

Quaternary Paleoenvironmentsexamines the drowned landscapes exposed as extensive and attractive territory for prehistoric human settlement during the Ice Ages of the Pleistocene, when sea levels dropped to 120m-135m below their current levels. This volume provides an overview of the geological, geomorphological, climatic and sea-level history of the European continental shelf as a whole, as well as a series of detailed regional reviews for each of the major sea basins. The nature and variable attractions of the landscapes and resources available for human exploitation are examined, as are the conditions under which archaeological sites and landscape features are likely to have been preserved, destroyed or buried by sediment during sea-level rise. The authors also discuss the extent to which we can predict where to look for drowned landscapes with the greatest chance of success, with frequent reference to examples of preserved prehistoric sites in different submerged environments.