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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2004Towards Good Ecological Status of Surface Waters in Europe. Intepretation and Harmonisation of the Concept.HEISKANEN Ana-stiina; VAN DE BUND W.; CARDOSO A. c.; NOGES PeeterArticles in Journals
2005Water and Nutrient Mass Balance of the Partly Meromictic Temperate Lake VereviNOGES PEETERArticles in Journals
2006Water Framework Directive - The Way to Water Ecosystems Sustainability in EuropeNOGES PEETER; POIKANE SANDRA; CARDOSO ANA; VAN DE BUND WOUTERArticles in Journals
2005The Water Framework Directive Final Intercalibration Register for Lakes, Rivers, Coastal and Transitional Waters: Overview and Analysis of Metadata.NOGES PEETER; VAN DE BUND WOUTER; CARDOSO ANA; HAASTRUP PALLE; WUERTZ JORGEN; DE JAGER ALFRED; MACLEAN ANDREW; HEISKANEN ANNA-STIINA; G. TOTH LaszloEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2008Water Level Changes in a Large Shallow Lake as Reflected by the Plankton:Periphyton Ratio of Sedimentary DiatomsHEINSALU Atko; LUUP Helen; ALLIKSAAR Tiiu; NOGES PEETER; NOGES TiinaArticles in Journals
2003The WFD Intercalibration Network. Progress to Date.NOGES Peeter; HEISKANEN Ana-stiina; VAN DE BUND W.; CARDOSO A. c.Contributions to Conferences
2011Why do Phytoplankton Species Composition and Traditional Water Quality Parameters Indicate Different Ecological Status of a Large Shallow Lake?TUVIKENE Lea; NOGES Tiina; NOGES PeeterArticles in Journals
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