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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2003JRC Study on Vegetation Activity from SpaceGOBRON NadineArticles in Journals
2007Land Surface Indicators from Space: Methodology and Preliminary ResultsGOBRON NADINE; ROMANOWICZ Agnieszka; AUSSEDAT OphelieEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2008Landsat 7 Enhanced Thematic Mapper JRC-FAPAR Algorithm Theoretical Basis DocumentGOBRON Nadine; TABERNER MalcolmEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2009Long Term Precipitation Chemistry and Wet Deposition in a Remote Dry Savanna Site in Africa (Niger)GALY-LACAUX1 C.; LAOUALI D.; DESCROIX L.; GOBRON Nadine; LIOUSSE C.Articles in Journals
2013Long-Term Measurements Of Plant Phenology Over Europe Derived From Seawifs And MerisCECCHERINI GUIDO; GOBRON Nadine; MIGLIAVACCA MIRCO; ROBUSTELLI MonicaContributions to Conferences
1999The MERIS Global Vegetation Index (MGVI). Description and Preliminary Application.GOBRON Nadine; PINTY Bernard; VERSTRAETE Michel max albert joseph; GOVAERTS Yves marie jean paulArticles in Journals
2007MERIS Level 3 Land Surface Aggregated Products DescriptionAUSSEDAT Ophelie; TABERNER MALCOLM; GOBRON NADINE; PINTY BERNARDEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2007Model Evaluation and Scale Issues in Chemical and Optical Aerosol Properties over the Greater Milan Area (Italy), for June 2001DE MEIJ ALEXANDER; WAGNER S.; CUVELIER CORNELIS; DENTENER FRANCISCUS; GOBRON NADINE; THUNIS PHILIPPE; SCHAAP M.Articles in Journals
2010Monitoring Biosphere Vegetation 1997-2009GOBRON Nadine; BELWARD Alan; PINTY Bernard; KNORR WolfgangArticles in Journals
2006Monitoring the Photosynthetic Activity of Vegetation from Remote Sensing DataGOBRON NADINE; PINTY BERNARD; TABERNER MALCOLM; MELIN FREDERIC; VERSTRAETE MICHEL; WIDLOWSKI JEAN-LUCArticles in Journals
2012Multi-Sensor Intercomparison of JRC-FAPAR products: JRC and VITO implementationGOBRON Nadine; CECCHERINI GUIDOEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2002A New Inversion Scheme for the RPV Model.GOBRON Nadine; LAJAS DulceArticles in Journals
2003Observing Earthquake-Related Dewatering Using MISR/TERRA Satellite Data.PINTY Bernard; GOBRON Nadine; VERSTRAETE Michel m.; MELIN Frederic; WIDLOWSKI Jean-luc; GOVAERTS Yves marie jean paul; DINER David; FIELDING Eric; NELSON David l.; MADARIAGA Raul, et alArticles in Journals
2009On the Need to Observe Vegetation Canopies in the Near-Infrared to Estimate Visible Light AbsorptionPINTY Bernard; LAVERGNE Thomas; WIDLOWSKI Jean-Luc; GOBRON Nadine; VERSTRAETE MichelArticles in Journals
2014On The Response Of The European Vegetation Phenology To Hydroclimatic AnomaliesCECCHERINI GUIDO; GOBRON Nadine; MIGLIAVACCA MIRCOArticles in Journals
2002Optimal Merging of LAC and GAC Data from SeaWiFS.MELIN Frederic; STEINICH Christiane; GOBRON Nadine; PINTY Bernard; VERSTRAETE Michel m.Articles in Journals
2002Optimal Merging of LAC and GAC Data from the SeaWifS.MELIN Frederic; STEINICH Christiane; GOBRON Nadine; VERSTRAETE Michel; PINTY BernardArticles in Journals
2008Partitioning the Solar Radiant Fluxes in Forest Canopies in the Presence of SnowPINTY BERNARD; KAMINSKI Thomas; GIERING Ralf; GOBRON NADINE; TABERNER MALCOLM; VERSTRAETE MICHEL; VOSSBECK Michael; WIDLOWSKI JEAN-LUC; AUSSEDAT O.; LAVERGNE T.Articles in Journals
2006Potential of Long Time Series of FAPAR Products for Assessing and Monitoring Land Surface ChangesGOBRON NADINE; VERSTRAETE MICHEL; PINTY BERNARD; AUSSEDAT Ophelie; TABERNER MALCOLMContributions to Conferences
2009Potential of Long Time Series of FAPAR Products for Assessing and Monitoring Land Surfaces Changes: Examples in Europe and the SahelGOBRON Nadine; VERSTRAETE Michel; PINTY Bernard; TABERNER Malcolm; AUSSEDAT OphelieArticles in books
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