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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2008Highlights of Large Lake Research and Management in EuropeNOGES PEETER; KANGUR Külli; NOGES Tiina; REINART Anu; SIMOLA Heikki; VILJANEN MarkkuArticles in Journals
2010The Impact of Climate Change on Lakes in Northern EuropeBLENCKNER Thorsten; ADRIAN Rita; ARVOLA Lauri; JARVINEN Marko; NOGES Peeter; NOGES Tiina; PETTERSSON Kurt; WEYHENMEYER GesaArticles in books
2009Impacts of Climate Change on Physical Characteristics of Lakes in EuropeNOGES Tiina; NOGES Peeter; JOLMA Ari; KAITARANTA JoniEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2008In Situ Measurements and Model Calculations of Primary Production in Turbid WatersARST Helgi; NOGES Tiina; NOGES PEETER; PAAVEL BirgotArticles in Journals
2011Increased nutrient loading and rapid changes in phytoplankton expected with climate change in stratified South European lakes: sensitivity of lakes with different trophic state and catchment propertiesNOGES Peeter; NOGES Tiina; GHIANI Michela; SENA Fabrizio; FRESNER Roswitha; FRIEDL Maria; MILDNER JohannaArticles in Journals
2006Indicators and Criteria to Assess Ecological Status of the Large Shallow Temperate Polymictic Lakes Peipsi (Estonia/Russia) and Võrtsjärv (Estonia)NOGES PEETER; NOGES TiinaArticles in Journals
2011Morphometry and trophic state modify the thermal response of lakes to meteorological forcingNOGES Peeter; NOGES Tiina; GHIANI Michela; PARACCHINI Bruno; PINTO GRANDE Joaquin; SENA FabrizioArticles in Journals
2007Nitrate-depleted Conditions on the Increase in Shallow Northern European LakesWEYHENMEYER GESA; JEPPESEN Erik; ADRIAN Rita; ARVOLA Lauri; BLENCKNER Thorsten; JANKOWSKI Thomas; JENNINGS Eleanor; NOGES PEETER; NOGES Tiina; STRAILE DietmarArticles in Journals
2006Paleolimnological Assessment of Eutrophication History of Large Transboundary Lake Peipsi, Estonia/RussiaNOGES Tiina; HEINSALU Atko; ALLIKSAAR Tiiu; NOGES PEETERArticles in Journals
2011Phosphorus Retention as the Function of External Loading, Hydraulic Turnover Time, Area and Relative Depth in 54 Lakes and ReservoirsKOIV Toomas; NOGES Tiina; LAAS AloArticles in Journals
2008Relations of Phytoplankton In Situ Primary Production, Chlorophyll Concentration and Underwater Irradiance in Turbid LakesARST Helgi; NOGES PEETER; NOGES Tiina; PAAVEL BirgotArticles in Journals
2009Relationships Between Lake Morphometry, Geographic Location and Water Quality Parameters of European LakesNOGES TiinaArticles in Journals
2010Review of Published Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation Measures Related with WaterNOGES Tiina; NOGES Peeter; CARDOSO AnaEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2008Silicon Load and the Development of Diatoms in Three River-Lake Systems in Countries Surrounding the Baltic SeaNOGES PEETER; NOGES TIINA; ADRIAN Rita; WEYHENMEYER GesaArticles in Journals
2012Strength and uncertainty of lake phytoplankton metrics for assessing eutrophication impacts in lakes.CARVALHO Laurence; POIKANE Sandra; LYCHE SOLHEIM Anne; PHILLIPS Geoff; BORICS Gabor; CATALAN Jordi; DE HOYOS Caridad; DRAKARE Stina; DUDLEY Bernard; JARVINEN Marko; LAPLACE-TREYTURE Christophe; MAILEHT Kairi; MCDONALD Claire; MISCHKE U; MOE Jannicke; MORABITO G.; NOGES Peeter; NOGES Tiina; OTT Ingmar; PASZTALENIEC Agnieszka, et alArticles in Journals
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
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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