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  1. Robert L. Peters & Joan D. S. Darling (forthcoming). The Greenhouse Effect and Nature Reserves. BioScience 35 (11):707-717.
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  2. Alexander Boer, Tom van Engers, Rob Peters & Radboud Winkels (2007). Separating Law From Geography in GIS-Based Egovernment Services. Artificial Intelligence and Law 15 (1):49-76.
    The Leibniz Center for Law is involved in the project Digitale Uitwisseling Ruimtelijke Plannen [DURP (http://www.vrom.nl/durp); digital exchange of spatial plans] which develops a XML-based digital exchange format for spatial regulations. Involvement in the DURP project offers new possibilities to study a legal area that hasn’t yet been studied to the extent it deserves in the field of Computer Science & Law. We studied and criticised the work of the DURP project and the Dutch Ministry of internal affairs on metadata (...)
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  3. Robert Peters (2005). Once Again, US Supreme Court Thinks It Knows Better Than Congress. Nexus 10:5.
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  4. Robert L. Peters & Joan D. S. Darling (1985). Potential Effects of Greenhouse Warming on Natural Communities. BioScience 35:707-717.
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  5. Robert Henry Peters (1980). Useful Concepts for Predictive Ecology. Synthese 43 (2):257 - 269.
  6. Robert L. Peters (1959). Toward an "Un-Definition" of Decadent as Applied to British Literature of the Nineteenth Century. Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism 18 (2):258-264.
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