Winiwarter

Wi·ni·war·ter

(vi-ni'vahrt-ĕr),
Felix von, German surgeon, 1852-1931. See: Winiwarter-Buerger disease.
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Die Stakeholder-Theorie kommt ursprunglich und hauptsachlich im unternehmerischen Kontext zur Anwendung, jedoch zunehmend auch im universitaren Bereich (vergleiche exemplarisch Krainer und Winiwarter 2016, Chapleo und Simms 2010, Habicht 2009, Jongbloed et al.
Erisman JW, Galloway JN, Sutton MA, Klimont Z, Winiwarter W (2008) How a century of ammonia synthesis changed the world.
in Barles 2007; see also Winiwarter 2001) The temporal focus in the majority of works has been on the 19th and 20th centuries as this is when urban sanitary infrastructure was introduced on a large scale.
Fue descrita por primera vez por el aleman Felix von Winiwarter en 1879, posteriormente, en 1908, el austriaco Leo Buerger hizo un estudio mas detallado de 30 pacientes (15).
Von Winiwarter provided the first description of a patient with thromboangiitis obliterans in 1879.
Como ventajas, la evaluacion de las emisiones de gases de efecto invernadero permiten diagnosticar, clasificar y medir cuantitativamente las fuentes que contribuyen en mayor proporcion a la generacion de emisiones, realizar un seguimiento de los niveles de emision en el tiempo y revisar el cumplimiento con las normas vigentes establecidas (Rypdal y Winiwarter, 2001).
Therefore the use of first generation biofuel as a sustainable alternative to fossil fuels is questionable and has been the subject of debates (Crutzen, Mosier, Smith, and Winiwarter, 2008).
Several investigators are now exploring this process, including, to my knowledge, Wilson [136], Alvarez [5], Voorhees [129], Winiwarter [139, 140], Auger [8], Czanyi [31], Cainiello [U.
Werner Winiwarter is the Vice Head of the Department of Scientific Computing, University of Vienna, Austria.