Publications

In this section you can find an overview of all COST funded publications edited by COST Actions or the COST Association. Please note that COST does not commercialise its publications. If the box "Copies Available" appears, extra copies are available from the COST Association . If not, please contact the Action's Chair, whose details can be found via the 'Actions' section of our website.


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2012 | Action Number: 871

Cryopreservation of crop species in Europe

The Action wanted to improve and apply technologically advanced techniques for plant genetic resources conservation of crops that are grown and/or conserved in Europe with the main emphasis on long-term conservation through cryopreservation.

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2012 | Action Number: FA1002

Journal of Proteomics - Special Issue: Farm Animals Proteomics


2012 | Action Number: 734

Climate Change Impacts on Agriculture in Europe - Final Report of COST Action 734

  • Author(s): Orlandini, S., Nejedlik, P. (Eds.)
  • Publisher(s): Firenze University Press

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2012 | Action Number: FA0701

Manipulative Tenants: Bacteria Associated with Arthropods

Manipulative Tenants: Bacteria Associated with Arthropods introduces the fascinating world of bacteria-arthropod associations with an emphasis on the bacterial partner. Written by an interdisciplinary team of international contributors, this book provides an overview of the diversity of bacterial symbionts identified to date as frequent partners of terrestrial arthropods. It discusses primary (obligatory) symbionts as well as the most abundant secondary (facultative) symbionts currently known. 

Summarizing the most up-to-date information available on each symbiont, the book presents a synopsis of the field from the bacterial angle. Chapters examine Proteobacteria, including  Sodalis  and  Wigglesworthia  in tsetse flies and  Stammerula and other symbiotic bacteria in fruit flies, as well as Bacteroidetes such as  Blattabacterium  and  Cardinium . The book also identifies questions that emerge from the study of these systems. This comprehensive reference introduces the topic of bacteria-arthropod associations to researchers who are not familiar with it, enlarges the scope of knowledge of those who are, and provides a textbook for students in microbiology and other branches of biology.

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2012 | Action Number: 635

The INTERCAFE Field Manual: research methods for cormorants, fishes, and the interactions between them

  • Pages: 142
  • Author(s): Carss, D.N., Parz-Gollner, R. & Trauttmansdorff, J.
  • Publisher(s): NERC (Centre for Ecology & Hydrology)
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  • ISBN/ISSN: 978-1-906698-08-9

INTERCAFE COST Action 635 Final Report II

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2012 | Action Number: 635

Cormorants and the European Environment; exploring cormorant status and distribution on a continental scale

  • Pages: 126
  • Author(s): van Eerden, M., van Rijn, S., Volponi, S., Paquet, J.-Y. & Carss, D.N.
  • Publisher(s): NERC (Centre for Ecology & Hydrology)
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  • ISBN/ISSN: 978-1-906698-07-2

INTERCAFE COST Action 635 Final Report I

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2012 | Action Number: 635

Essential social, cultural and legal perspectives on cormorant-fisheries conflicts

  • Pages: 281
  • Author(s): Marzano, M. & Carss, D.N.
  • Publisher(s): NERC (Centre for Ecology & Hydrology)
  • ISBN/ISSN: 978-1-906698-11-9

INTERCAFE COST Action 635 Final Report IV

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2012 | Action Number: 635

Cormorant-fisheries conflicts in Carp pond areas in Europe and Israel

  • Author(s): Seiche, K., Gerdeaux, D., Gwiazda, R., Levai, F., Musil, P., Nemenonoks, O., Strod, T. & Carss, D.N.
  • Publisher(s): NERC (Centre for Ecology & Hydrology)
  • ISBN/ISSN: 978-1-906698-10-2

INTERCAFE COST Action 635 Final Report V

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2012 | Action Number:

Regulating Restorative Justice. A comparative study of legislative provision in European countries

  • Author(s): Miers, D. and Aertsen, I.
  • Publisher(s): Verlag für Polizeiwissenschaft, Frankfurt am Main


2012 | Action Number:

Regulating Restorative Justice- A comparative Study of Legislative Provision in European Countires

  • Author(s): David Miers and Ivo Aertsen
  • ISBN/ISSN: 978-3-86676-232-9

The purpose of this new study, which originates from COST Action A 21, is to take forward the existing materials contained in Mapping Restorative Justice and in other European overviews. This new book provides a deeper and more reflective account of the genesis and current significance of restorative justice provisions within 14 selected European countries. Each country contribution therefore addresses in great detail the background and contents of its legislation, both at primary and subordinate level. The authors in this book, not only evaluate their legal structures against applicable international standards, but they also analyse the social and political function of restorative justice legislation and they reflect on how different types of regulation further shape and determine restorative justice principles and practices.


2012 | Action Number: IS0906

Audience Research and media management


2012 | Action Number: IS0906

An introduction to public voice and mediated participation


2012

Audience Evolution and the Future of Audience Research

  • Author(s): B. Mierzejewska, D. Shaver, P. Napoli
  • Publisher(s): http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/14241277.2012.675753

This article considers how changes in audience behaviors and in audience information systems are affecting the future of academic audience research. This article first illustrates how changes in the media environment are undermining traditional approaches to audience research while also giving rise to alternative analytical approaches. This article then outlines the contours of a next-generation audience research agenda that reflects these ongoing conceptual and methodological developments. Reflecting these developments, this article next argues for a definition of ratings analysis that focuses not on a particular aspect of audience behavior (i.e., exposure), but on whatever forms of currency are employed in the audience marketplace. From this standpoint, the new media environment provides new forms of “ratings” that exist alongside—and integrate with—the old, and that can renew and revitalize the field of ratings analysis.

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2012 | Action Number: IS0906

Editor's Introduction: Audience involvement and new production paradigms


2012 | Action Number: IS0906

Introduction: Exploring the methodological synergies of multimethod audience research


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