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Broadband penetration and broadband competition: evidence and analysis in the EU market
Purpose – To examine broadband competition and broadband penetration in a set of countries that employ the same regulation framework. To define the policy and strategy required to promote broadband in weak markets that ...
(Kluwer Law International, 2006)
On ( ˙ m − ˙ P ) and ( ˙ J − ˙ P )-Type Relations for Close Binaries
(Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2006-08)
In this study we develop relations connecting the rate of orbital period variations P˙ of binary stars with the significant parameters of their evolution, under non-conservative conditions in a fundamental level of ...
Temperature Gradient in Close Binary Systems
(American Institute of Physics, 2006-09-27)
The influence of the gravity darkening effect in the formation of a non iso‐thermal photosphere on close binary stars is presented. Furthermore, a theoretical model that describes thermal differences on the stars’ surfaces, ...
Conservation measures for Falco eleonorae* in Greece
The 4 year LIFE Nature project aims to co-ordinate and implement high priority actions for Falco eleonorae, proposed in the species E.U. Action Plan, for the effective, long-term conservation of the species in Greece. ...
Evaluation of the Environmentalist Dimension of Ecotourism at the Dadia Forest Reserve (Greece)
Environmental education and financial support of nature conservation are considered among the primary components of the environmentalist dimension of ecotourism. The potential of environmental education calls for enhancing ...
Comparative termporal prey use by barn owl (Tyto alba) and little owl (Athene noctua) in the Evros Delta, northeastern Greece
The diets of barn owl (Tyto alba) and little owl (Athene noctua) were studied in the Evros Delta from 2002 to 2004 through pellet analysis. The barn owl preyed primarily on mammals (mainly Microtus, Mus and Crocidura), ...
Floristic records from Dadia-Lefkimi-Soufli National Park, NE Greece
The Dadia–Lefkimi–Soufli National Park in North-Eastern Greece is a protected area distinguished as particularly significant not only at the national but also at the European level. The long-term but mild human exploitation ...
Development of a Geographic Information System for Territory Analysis of Raptor Species
Dadia National Park, in northeastern Greece, is well known for its high diversity of breeding birds of prey, a community exceeding totally 300 territories. An integrated monitoring plan has been implemented by WWF - ...