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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2008Ocean Colour and Climate ChangeHOEPFFNER Nicolas; WILSON Cara; LAVENDER SamanthaArticles in books
2008Ocean Colour Radiometry and Water QualityHOEPFFNER Nicolas; BROWN Christopher; DOERFFER Roland; ISHIZAKA Joji; GOWER Jim; LYNCH MervynArticles in books
2011Overview of eutrophication indicators to assess environmental status within the European Marine Strategy Framework DirectiveFERREIRA Joao; ANDERSEN Jesper H.; BORJA Angel; BRICKER Suzanne; CAMP Jordi; CARDOSO DA SILVA Margarida; GARCES Esther; HEISKANEN Ana-stiina; HUMBORG Christoph; IGNATIADES Lydia, et alArticles in Journals
2009Remote Sensing of Coastal WatersHOEPFFNER NICOLAS; ZIBORDI GIUSEPPEArticles in books
2010Scientific Support to the European Commission on the Marine Strategy Framework Directive - Management Group ReportCARDOSO Ana; COCHRANE Sabine; DOERNER Hendrik; FERREIRA João; GALGANI Francois; HAGEBRO Claus; HANKE Georg; HOEPFFNER Nicolas; KEIZER Paul; LAW Robin, et alEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2006SST and Primary Production Variability in the Northwest African Upwelling Area - Relationship to Climate ChangeNYKJAER LEO; DJAVIDNIA Samuel; HOEPFFNER NICOLASContributions to Conferences
2009SST Derivation from MSG for PUMA Pilot Projects in FisheriesCLERICI MARCO; HOEPFFNER NICOLAS; DIOP Mbaye; KA Amadou; KIRUGARA David; NDUNGU JaneArticles in Journals
2008Why Ocean Colour? The Societal Benefits of Ocean-Colour TechnologyPLATT Trevor; HOEPFFNER Nicolas; STUART Venetia; BROWN ChristopherBooks
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