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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2010On the Temporal Resolution of Mass Balance Models for Soluble Chemicals in SoilsPISTOCCHI AlbertoArticles in Journals
2011Scenario analysis of pollutants loads to European regional seas for the year 2020. Part II: Assessment of priority chemicals – an example with three pilot substancesMARINOV DIMITAR; PISTOCCHI Alberto; TROMBETTI MARCO; BIDOGLIO GiovanniEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2008A Simplified Parameterization of the Monthly Topsoil Water BudgetPISTOCCHI Alberto; BOURAOUI Faycal; BITTELLI M.Articles in Journals
2010Some Considerations on Continental Scale Pollutant Transport Modelling in European Marine WatersPISTOCCHI Alberto; STIPS AdolfEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2010Spatially Explicit Multimedia Fate Models for Pollutants in Europe: State of the Art and PerspectivesPISTOCCHI Alberto; VIZCAINO Pilar; SARIGIANNIS DimosthenisArticles in Journals
2009Substance or Space? The Relative Importance of Substance Properties and Environmental Characteristics in Modeling the Fate of Chemicals in EuropeHOLLANDER Anne; PISTOCCHI Alberto; HUIJBREGTS Mark; RAGAS M. J.; VAN DE MEENT DikArticles in Journals
2014Use of a Simple GIS-Based Model in Mapping the Atmospheric Concentration of γ-HCH in EuropeVIZCAINO MARTINEZ MARIA; PISTOCCHI AlbertoArticles in Journals
2010Using Decision Tree Analysis and GIS in Modelling (semi)VOC Emissions at the European ScalePISTOCCHI Alberto; FAUSER Patrik; THOMSEN MarianneEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
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