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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2000Effect of Sea Breeze on Air Pollution in the Greater Athens Area. Part I. Comparison between Field Measurements and Numerical Results for the MEDCAPHOT Campaign.CLAPPIER Alain; MARTILLI A.; GROSSI Paola; THUNIS Philippe; PASI F.; KRUEGER B.; CALPINI B.; GRAZIANI Giovanni; VAN DEN BERGH H.Articles in Journals
1998ETEX: A European Tracer Experiment; Observations, Dispersion Modelling and Emergency Response.VAN DOP H.; ADDIS R.; FRASER G.; GIRARDI Francesco; GRAZIANI Giovanni; INOUE Y.; KLUG Werner; KULMALA A.; NODOP Katrin; PRETEL J.Articles in Journals
2002Forecasting the Consequences of Accidental Releases of Radionuclides in the Atmosphere from Ensemble Dispersion Modelling.GALMARINI Stefano; BIANCONI Roberto; BELLASIO Roberto; GRAZIANI GiovanniArticles in Journals
1986The Italian Energy Demand: the MEDEE 3 ApproachBINGEN G.; GRAZIANI GiovanniArticles in Journals
1998Mesoscale Circulation across the Alps. Preliminary Simulation of TRANSALP 1990 ObservationsMARTILLI A.; GRAZIANI GiovanniArticles in Journals
1998Mesoscale Transport of Atmospheric Trace Constituents across the Central Alps. The TRANSALP Tracer Experiments.AMBROSETTI P.; ANFOSSI Domenico; GRAZIANI Giovanni; LAMPRECHT R.; MARZORATI A.; NODOP Katrin; SANDRONI Santino; STINGELE Alwig godebald; ZIMMERMANN H.Articles in Journals
1988Meteorological Data Related to the Chernobyl AccidentGRAZIANI GiovanniEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
1991The Multi-fractal Nature of Radioactivity Deposition on Soil after the Chernobyl AccidentGRAZIANI GiovanniArticles in Journals
1998Numerical Simulation of Daytime Mesoscale Flow over Highly Complex Terrain: Alps Case.VARVAYANNI M.; BARTZIS N.g.; CATSAROS Nicolas; GRAZIANI Giovanni; DELIGIANNIS S.Articles in Journals
1993Preliminary Simulations of the Flow Field over the Attic PeninsulaGRAZIANI GiovanniArticles in Journals
1990Radioactivity Measurements in Air over Europe after the Chernobyl AccidentGRAZIANI Giovanni; GIRARDI Francesco; STANNERS DavidArticles in Journals
1990Radioactivity Measurements in Europe after the Chernobyl Accident. Part 2. Fallout and DepositionGRAZIANI Giovanni; STANNERS DavidEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
1989Radioactivity Measurements in Europe after the Chernobyl Accident. Part I. AirGRAZIANI Giovanni; STANNERS David; MARCIANO Luigi; GROSSI Luisella; PEIRS D.EUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
1995Regulatory Atmospheric Short and Medium Range Dispersion Models in ItalyCIRILLO M.; GRAZIANI GiovanniArticles in Journals
1999RTMOD, an Internet Based System to Analyse the Predictions of Long-Range Atmospheric Dispersion Models.BELLASIO Roberto; BIANCONI Roberto; GRAZIANI Giovanni; MOSCA SoniaArticles in Journals
1991A Simple and a Fractal Analysis of the European On-Line Network for Airborne Radioactivity MonitoringGRAZIANI Giovanni; GIRARDI FrancescoArticles in Journals
2002Simulation of the Circulation and Related Photochemical Ozone Dispersion in the Po Plains (Northern Italy). Comparison with the Observations of a Measuring Campaign.DOSIO A.; GALMARINI Stefano; GRAZIANI GiovanniArticles in Journals
1999Simulation of the Meteorological Conditions during the PIPAPO Campaign.GRAZIANI Giovanni; DOSIO A.Contributions to Conferences
1998A Statistical Methodology for the Evaluation of Long-Range Dispersion Models: An Application to the ETEX Exercise.MOSCA S.; GRAZIANI Giovanni; BELLASIO R.Articles in Journals
1993A System for Using the Air Radioactivity Measurements in a Long Range Model to Forecast Cloud EvolutionGRAZIANI GiovanniArticles in Journals
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