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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2008Source Apportionment of Nitrate Pollution in Surface Water Using Stable Isotopes of N and O in Nitrate and B: A Case Study in Flanders (Belgium)ACCOE Frederik; BERGLUND Michael; DUTA Steluta; HENNESSY Carmel; TAYLOR Philip; VAN HOOF Kor; DE SMEDT SandraEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2010SSITKA Investigation of CO and H2 Competitive Adsorption at PEM Fuel Cell Anode CatalystsDAVIES J. C.; TSOTRIDIS Georgios; VARLAM M.; VALKIERS Staf; BERGLUND Michael; TAYLOR PhilipArticles in Journals
2001Total Uncertainty Budget as Method Evaluation for the Determination of Tracer (111Cd) Cadmium and Indigenous Cadmium in Soil Column Effluents with ICP-MS.TIREZ Kristof; BERGLUND Michael; SEUNTJES Piet; DE BRUCKER NicoleArticles in Journals
2009Updated Certified Values of the Lithium Isotopic Reference Materials IRMM-016, IRMM-015 and IRMM-615DUTA Steluta; BERGLUND Michael; TAYLOR PhilipArticles in Journals
2012Use of a Bayesian isotope mixing model to estimate proportional contributions of multiple nitrate sources in surface waterXUE Dongmei; DE BAETS Bernard; VAN CLEEMPUT Oswald; HENNESSY Carmel; BERGLUND Michael; BOECKX PascalArticles in Journals
2009Use of a Temperature-programmable Injector Coupled to Gas Chromatography-combustion-isotope Ratio Mass Spectrometry for Compound-specific Carbon Isotopic Analysis of Polycyclic Aromatic HydrocarbonsMIKOLAJCZUK Agnieszka; GEYPENS Benny; BERGLUND Michael; TAYLOR PhilipContributions to Conferences
2006Use of Isotopes for Tracing Pollution Sources in Groundwater (Characterisation)BERGLUND MICHAEL; ACCOE FREDERIK; GEYPENS BENNY; WIDORY David; BOECKX Pascal; TAYLOR PHILIPContributions to Conferences
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