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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2011Assessing Organic Carbon Distribution in the Koiliaris Critical Zone Catchment (Greece) by Using Geostatistical TechniquesAKSOY ECE; PANAGOS Panagiotis; NIKOLAIDIS Nikolaos; MONTANARELLA LucaContributions to Conferences
2012Assessing soil erosion in Europe based on data collected through a European NetworkPANAGOS Panagiotis; MEUSBURGER Katrin; VAN LIEDEKERKE Marc; ALEWELL Christine; HIEDERER Roland; MONTANARELLA LucaArticles in Journals
2011Assessing Soil Processes and Function across an International Network of Critical Zone Observatories: Research Hypotheses and Experimental DesignBANWART Steven; BERNASCONI Stefano; BLOEM Jaap; BLUM Winfired; BRANDAO MIGUEL; BRANTLEY Susan; CHABAUX Francois; DUFFY Christopher; KRAM Pavel; LAIR Georg, et alArticles in Journals
2009Basin characteristics and nutrient losses: the EUROHARP catchment network perspectiveBOURAOUI Faycal; GRIZZETTI Bruna; ADELSKÖLD G.; BEHRENDT H.; DE MIGUEL I, et alArticles in Journals
2007Carbon Sink Enhancement in Soils of Europe: Data, Modeling, VerificationSTOLBOVOY VLADIMIR; MONTANARELLA LUCA; PANAGOS PANAGIOTISEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2014A classification of water erosion models according to their geospatial characteristicsKARYDAS Christos G.; PANAGOS Panagiotis; GITAS Ioannis Z.Articles in Journals
2013Contaminated sites in Europe: Review of the current situation based on data collected through a European NetworkPANAGOS Panagiotis; VAN LIEDEKERKE Marc; YIGINI YUSUF; MONTANARELLA LucaArticles in Journals
2014Designing sustainable soils in Earth’s critical zoneBANWART Steven; SOUZA DANIELLE MAIA; MENON Manoj; NIKOLAIDIS Nikolaos; PANAGOS Panagiotis, et alContributions to Conferences
2014Detection of harvested forest areas in Italy using Landsat imageryBORRELLI PASQUALE; MODUGNO Sirio; PANAGOS Panagiotis; MARCHETTI Marco; SCHÜTT Brigitta, et alArticles in Journals
2008Development of a bottom-up Approach for Soil Indicators: Organic Carbon and Soil Loss Assessment for the Italian TerritoryVINCI Ialina; FUMANTI Fiorenzo; GIANDON Paolo; PANAGOS PanagiotisContributions to Conferences
2014The EIONET soil organic carbon data collection results and the comparison with a modeled datasetPANAGOS Panagiotis; HIEDERER Roland; VAN LIEDEKERKE Marc; BAMPA FrancescaContributions to Conferences
2013Estimating soil organic carbon in Europe based on data collected through an European networkPANAGOS Panagiotis; HIEDERER Roland; VAN LIEDEKERKE Marc; BAMPA FrancescaArticles in Journals
2013Estimating the soil organic carbon content for European NUTS2 regions based on LUCAS data collectionPANAGOS Panagiotis; BALLABIO CRISTIANO; YIGINI YUSUF; DUNBAR MARTHA BONNETArticles in Journals
2011European digital archive on soil maps (EuDASM): preserving important soil data for public free accessPANAGOS Panagiotis; JONES Arwyn; BOSCO CLAUDIO; KUMAR S.Articles in Journals
2013European perspective of ecosystem services and related policiesDUNBAR MARTHA BONNET; PANAGOS Panagiotis; MONTANARELLA LucaArticles in Journals
2011The European Soil Data Centre and the Process of INSPIRE Data Specification for the Annex-III Theme SOILPANAGOS Panagiotis; VAN LIEDEKERKE MarcContributions to Conferences
2012European Soil Data Centre: Response to European policy support and public data requirementsPANAGOS Panagiotis; VAN LIEDEKERKE Marc; JONES Arwyn; MONTANARELLA LucaArticles in Journals
2006The European Soil DatabasePANAGOS PANAGIOTISArticles in Journals
2007The European Soil PortalPANAGOS PANAGIOTIS; VAN LIEDEKERKE MARCArticles in Journals
2006The European Soil Portal: Serving the European Citizen with European Soil DataPANAGOS PANAGIOTIS; VAN LIEDEKERKE MARCContributions to Conferences
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